• New facility offers hope for homeless vets

    From service, dedication and honor to despair, hopelessness and homeless. Many of us find it difficult to imagine how one travels from one set of terms to the other. Just as many of us know that 'There, but for the grace of God, go I.' The reasons and stories are as varied as the veterans of all

  • Visual Information merges with Public Affairs

    The base photography and audiovisual personnel have been officially integrated with the 934th Public Affairs as of Oct. 1. The merger has effectively consolidated the photo and audiovisual into one unit to streamline its functions, said Master Sgt. Paul Zadach, the noncommissioned officer in charge

  • APS officer wins command award

    Another Flying Viking has made the 934th Airlift Wing and his unit proud with recognition from the major command-level. Capt. Andrew Severt, 27th Aerial Port Squadron officer-in-charge of combat readiness, was named Air Reserve Command, Logistics Readiness Squadron, Company Grade Officer of the Year

  • First C-130 H3 arrives in Minneapolis from NY

    MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL AIR RESERVE STATION, MINN -- The first C-130/H3 model aircraft touched down at the 934th Airlift Wing at the Minneapolis-St. Paul Air Reserve Station May 20 at 2:30 p.m. marking the beginning of the 2006 Base Realignment and Closure directive to trade eight H2 model aircraft

  • 934th SFS Airmen add another weapon to toolbox

    In an ever-changing world where traditional sports like football and basketball are now competing for popularity with combat sports such as mixed martial arts, military members are finding that these combat sports are effective training tools as well as entertainment venues. Long gone are the days

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