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Reconnected: Col Charles Henderson, 621 CRW CC, Town Hall discussing updates for the California wildfires at Travis AFB in the GRDC. Please send questions through the messenger app.
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The @621CRW Town Hall is live on Facebook right now, send in any questions you may have over Facebook Messenger https://t.co/X0kpU3U7Wo
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Col. Charles Henderson, 621 CRW CC, Town Hall discussing updates for the California wildfires at Travis AFB in the GRDC. Please send questions through the Facebook messenger.
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Representatives from @VacavilleFire, @fema and @Travis_AFRC will be at @621CRW Town Hall. Live on Facebook @ 10am… https://t.co/SYH9LKpsI4
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Devil Raider families, start posting your questions for the 10am PST Commander's Call now.
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The 621st CRW commander, Col Henderson, is hosting a Town Hall today at 10am PST, and another at 7pm PST, in the Global Readiness Deployment Center, Bldg. 924, Travis AFB. All personnel and their families are invited to attend. Representatives from the Vacaville Fire Department, FEMA, the Airman & Family Readiness Center, Finance, and others will be there to answer any questions in regards to the recent fires. For those who are currently evacuated, deployed, or otherwise unable to attend in person, we are collecting questions now. Please start sending us your questions through Facebook messenger, and we will answer them during the Town Hall. Also, Log in to Facebook at 10am to tune into our live stream of the event. We will continue monitoring our messenger throughout the Town Hall to answer as many questions during the event as we can.
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West Coast Devil Raiders, Get in your questions for the live Commander's Call at 10am PST on Facebook https://t.co/Y7fzdfRTI3
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One team, one mission According to U.S. Northern Command, the DoD has delivered approximately 7.8 million meals, 6.4 million liters of water and 271 generators to Puerto Rico in support of FEMA and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. #HurricaneMaria U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) | 18th Air Force | U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center
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“Mobility Airmen are typically the first ones in and the last ones to depart. This is a critically important mission and the CRW Airmen are making a difference,” said Master Sgt. Dale Nyhus, contingency response team chief at the airfield in Ponce, Puerto Rico Our Airmen continue to make us proud, we are humble to be able to provide humanitarian aid to Puerto Rico during this difficult time. #HurricaneMaria To read the full story, click on the image below. U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) 18th Air Force Air Mobility Command U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center
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Volunteer Airmen and families from the 821st Contingency Response Group are raising money and collecting donations to give out to the local community affected by the Northern California fires that have spread across the area since Oct. 8. So far, the team has collected more than $2,000 in cash donations, and approximately 7,000 lbs of relief supplies. The donations will go to the Leaven Center in Fairfield, where relief agencies will ensure they get distributed to those affected by the fires. The 821 Contingency Response Group is humble to be able to support the community in times like this, we thank the community for all the support they have provided as well. The CRW remains ready to respond to requests from civil authorities with personnel and resources if necessary. (Photos courtesy of Tech. Sgt. Ryan Padgett)
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Airmen along side Soldiers and FEMA employees, load food and water onto a U.S. Navy HH-60 Seahawk helicopter and a Marine MV-22 Osprey at Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. Joint Task Force-Puerto Rico was established to provide FEMA with the unique capabilities the Department of Defense can bring to the island following the devastation caused by #HurricaneMaria U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) | 18th Air Force U.S. Navy | U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center | FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency
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Important information to keep our families safe. #CaliforniaWildfires https://t.co/oZV22BcKMB
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The Governor of Puerto Rico visited Roosevelt Roads Airfield, where the 821st CRG Airmen are operating out of, to see supplies offloaded and delivered to the community. #HurricaneMaria
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West Coast Devil Raiders, stay vigilant, stay safe!
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“Being part of a unit with people who are willing to step up and support complete strangers without hesitation is heartwarming and inspiring,” said 1st Lt. Shane Lockridge, civil engineer air advisor for the 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, California. “It really reaffirms that I am privileged to serve next to the most selfless and genuine people in this country.” Check out our feature story highlighting Airmen doing selfless acts for our community in a time of need, #HurricaneHarvey. U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center Air Mobility Command
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RT @DVIDSHub: Hurricane Maria Relief #PuertoRico #PuertoRicoRelief #HurricaneMaria #hurricane https://t.co/k780hyUrDT https://t.co/hzi3PqRi…
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The 821st CRG Airmen are working hand-in-hand with the U.S. Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and a number of other agencies to deliver humanitarian aid throughout Puerto Rico. U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) | Air Mobility Command | 18th Air Force | U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center #HurricaneMaria
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821st Contingency Response Squadron continues to offload food, water and other supplies in support of Hurricane Maria relief efforts throughout Puerto Rico. U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM) | 18th Air Force | Air Mobility Command | U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center
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Congratulations to Staff Sgt. Scott Allen, 621st Contingency Response Wing's Devil Raider of the Month. Allen is an Aerial Porter assigned to the 821st Contingency Response Support Squadron, Travis Air Force Base, California. He distinguished himself as the September Devil Raider of the Month as an In-Transit Visibility Unit Type Code Equipment Custodian. During this period, Allen served as the lead Load Team Chief in support of Exercise Mobility Guardian by overseeing the upload of 238 passengers and 211 tons of cargo on 53 missions, further enabling real-world training for United States and coalition forces. Additionally, he upgraded 10 ITV equipment servers and printers by integrating new hardware valued at $3,500 dollars, allowing for quicker and more reliable operation capabilities. Lastly, he deployed ITV servers in support of three Air Mobility Command tasking's which successfully enabled the tracking of 23 personnel and 77 tons of cargo on four missions. Allen is currently deployed in support of Hurricane Maria relief efforts. His leadership and management skills set the example for others. Give'em hell!!
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The 621st Contingency Response Wing has been actively engaged in all hurricane response support. In the aftermath of #HurricaneMaria, 157 members were tasked to deploy to San Juan, Roosevelt Roads, Ponce, and Aguadilla in Puerto Rico. The wing continues to support from stateside locations as well to help manage airflow and relief mission support in coordination with the appropriate agencies. To read the full story, click on the photo below. 18th Air Force Air Mobility Command U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Center U.S. Transportation Command (USTRANSCOM)
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