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  • TCU ROTC cadets experience mission, culture at Altus AFB

    Air Force cadets from Texas Christian University visited Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, Sept. 14-15, 2023. During the two-day tour, the cadets interacted with Airmen and leaders across the base and gained insight on how different units work together in the Air Force.

  • Why I Stay: Capt. Lamar Reece

    Capt. Lamar Reece, 97th Air Mobility Wing deputy chaplain, from Summerville, South Carolina, served enlisted for nine years before commissioning as a chaplain to further his Air Force career.

  • Why I Stay: 1st Lt. Catherine Grimm

    1st Lt. Catherine J. Grimm, 97th Air Mobility Wing judge advocate chief of adverse actions, from Hinsdale, Illinois, recently transitioned into active duty after joining the Air Force ROTC and has a goal of becoming a colonel.

  • Altus | Why I Stay Blue: Capt. Tyler Stout

    Capt. Tyler Stout, 97th Air Mobility Wing executive officer, from Mishawaka, Indiana, commissioned in 2019 from the United States Air Force Academy and plans to stay for the foreseeable future.

  • Why I Stay: Capt. Tyler Stout

    Capt. Tyler Stout, 97th Air Mobility Wing executive officer, from Mishawaka, Indiana, commissioned in 2019 from the United States Air Force Academy and plans to stay for the foreseeable future.

  • Why I Stay: Staff Sgt. Zachary Horton

    Staff Sgt. Zachary Horton, 97th Security Forces Squadron unit training manager, originally from Mount Pleasant, Texas, started his Air Force career in January 2015, but knew from a young age he wanted to serve his country.

  • Why I Stay: Staff Sgt. Douglas Gerrity

    Staff Sgt. Douglas Gerrity, 58th Airlift Squadron loadmaster instructor, chose to reenlist for another four years to continue his education in health science and achieve his dream of commissioning as a physical therapist.