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  • Westover conducts annual readiness exercise

    Airmen from units throughout the 439th Airlift Wing participated in an annual readiness exercise, here, June 11 through 14.The event assessed Airmen’s ability to survive and operate in a hostile environment for a period of time. “The objective of this particular exercise is called ATSO, which stands for the ability to survive and operate,” said
  • Welcome to Westover!

    “We’re excited to offer the public an opportunity to visit Westover, learn about our mission, and get to know the Reserve Citizen Airmen who make it all possible,” said Tech. Sgt. Shane Phipps, 439th public affairs superintendent.
  • 4 Lenses focuses on personality traits

    The 4 Lenses class was held at the Command Post, Sun. June 9, facilitated by Chief Master Sgt. Al Raymond. 4 Lenses is a personality type indicator developed from the Myers Briggs’ model and is a class that helps people identify their own and others’ personality traits. The focus is on teams understanding each other’s strengths and communicating more effectively with people with different perspectives. “The class will help people stop and consider how best to communicate with others on their team.” Said Lisa Delgado, Director of Psychological Health, Westover ARB. Delgado and others from Airman and Family Readiness will be trained to facilitate more people on base in the future. “I am excited to get trained in this and offer classes at Westover,” said Delgado. “The content is useful for personal and professional application with adults and children.” For more information contact Lisa Delgado at 413-557-2456, Veterans Crisis Line at 1-800-273-8255 Press 1, Military OneSource at 1-800-342-9647, and Federal Employee Assistance Program 1-800-222-0364.
  • Westover hosts AFRC process improvement event

    Representatives from across Air Force Reserve Command recently held a rapid improvement event, here, June 10 through 14.The event aimed to pinpoint potential process improvements for current Logistics Readiness Officer (LRO), or 21R, training requirements. The overall project is an AFRC A4 human capital strategy, with the objective of creating an
  • Aircraft Maintenance and 28 tires

    Maintainers assigned to the 439th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron replace tires on a C-5M Super Galaxy May 30, 2019, on the flightline at Westover Air Reserve Base, Mass.
  • Westover AMDS conducts Mass Casualty Excercise

    The 439th Aerospace Medicine Squadron on June 10 conducted a Mass Casualty Exercise at the Westover Clinic parking lot. The entire squadron got involved in all aspects of triage and field care. "It was an unique opportunity for our squadron to be involved in a scenario like this, it's totally different then what we do on the UTA weekends," said Senior Airman Juan Fonseca Tapia, Medical Technician, 439th AMDS. "We got a chance to work together and see what it would be like." We have a lot of younger airmen in the unit and they said it was awesome training, said Fonseca Tapia.
  • Make sure your American flag is serviceable for Flag Day

    How are unserviceable flags destroyed? According to the American legion...
  • Defenders prepare Airmen for basic training

    Trainees from the Development and Training Flight (DTF) here participated in a weapons safety clearing simulation June 9.
  • Run the Runway event takes off at Westover

    Run the Runway event takes off at Westover
  • Westover Top Three donate to Boys and Girls Club

    Westover Top Three donate to Boys and Girls Club