Airmen from the 97th Air Mobility Wing welcomed Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force JoAnne S. Bass during a visit to Altus Air Force Base March 2, 2021.
Air Force Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps (AFJROTC) cadets from Southeast High School, Oklahoma City, visited Altus Air Force Base, March 10, 2021. Cadets toured the base to learn about how we train exceptional mobility Airmen and experience life first-hand at an active duty installation.
Female leaders from across the 97th Air Mobility Wing shared empowering messages of sisterhood and the continuing benefits of “breaking the glass ceiling” during an in person and virtual panel discussion March 11-12, 2021, at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma.
Airmen from the 97th Air Mobility Wing and Jackson County Health Department hosted a workshop for base and city of Altus community members, known as U-Night, Feb. 25, 2021, at the Southwest Technology Center in Altus.
The Air Force’s history is filled with bold African American Airmen who have challenged the status quo and dared to fly, fight and win. African American service members have continued to break barriers and make history since the Air Force became its own branch of service in 1947.
Members of the 97th Air Mobility Wing received their second round of COVID-19 vaccinations February 12, 2021, at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma.
Dr. Rick Rigsby, an internationally acclaimed public speaker, returned to Altus Air Force Base on February 4 and 5, 2021, to share stories with Airmen about Black History Month while emphasizing the different characteristics which make a leader memorable.
Airmen gather in a kitchen exchanging knowledge on cooking skills. Homemade chicken soup was boiling on the stovetop as they shared a sense of community and family. This is how Col. Judy Rattan, the 97th Medical Group commander at Altus Air Force Base, and her husband Chris Rattan, enjoy spending
Airmen from the 97th Air Mobility Wing competed in the base’s first-ever Lip Sync Battle, Jan. 29, 2021, at Club Altus.