Category: 920th Rescue Wing

920th Rescue Wing Reserve Citizen Amputee Airman Scores 9 Medals at Wounded Warrior Games

Hundreds of spectators, families and service members cheered as Team Air Force defeated three-time defending champions, Team Navy, during the wheelchair basketball gold match in a nail-biting edge-of-your-seat competition, 66-60, June 28, 2019, during the Department of Defense Wounded Warrior Games June 21 – 30 in Tampa Bay, Florida.

SPACECOM Commander Presents Two Bronze Stars to Reserve Citizen Airman Tech. Sgt. Nick Torres

The Air Force Space Command and Joint Force Space Component Commander Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, presented two bronze star medals, including one with valor, to a Reserve Citizen Airman from the 308th Rescue Squadron on June 14, 2019.

Maj. Gen. Bruce Miller Visits 920th Rescue Wing at Patrick Air Force Base to Learn About its Mission

Not even the king of Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffet, could compete with a two-star general when a tropical rock band halted its set to pay tribute to Maj. Gen. Ronald B. “Bruce” Miller with the Air Force song–island style, when he showed up in a Florida beach town with 15 Texans.

U.S. Air Force Reserve Commander Born at Sea After Parents Fled Vietnam Pays it Forward Through Service

Asan Bui was born at sea forty-four years ago this month. Adrift in the ocean, aboard a wooden boat, Bui’s father and expectant mother found themselves pitted against all odds along with their 5 children, ages 2 to 11.

Pararescue Command Chief Master Sgt. Douglas C. Isaacks Leaves Leagcy of Resilent Leadership

Attaining the rank of Chief Master Sergeant, the Air Force’s highest enlisted rank, is usually the pinnacle of an Airman’s career, but for Command Chief Master Sgt. Douglas C. Isaacks, a 20-year pararescueman, his career has been a daisy chain of successes leading to his rise to the top in the most-deployed, and only Reserve Rescue wing in the nation.

920th Pararescueman Air Force Reserve Spouse Sheri Hufnagel Serves as Homefront Hero


The car battery died; the air conditioner just quit working; the dog needs to be walked; the kids need help with homework; your dentist called for appointments; dinner hasn’t been cooked; the dishes aren’t clean; the grass is too tall; and the laundry hasn’t been started. This is day two of your spouse being gone on an overseas combat deployment.