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  • COVID-19: Deep Cleaning, New Precautions for Gym Reopening May 11

    As Recce Town facilities are reopening, preventative measures are taking place to ensure the safety and health of the base community from COVID-19. Airmen from the 9th Force Support Squadron (FSS) conducted a deep cleaning of the Harris Fitness Center facility before the scheduled reopening on May

  • Salute to Northern California Flyover

    The Recce Town T-38s and 9th Reconnaissance Wing will be performing a formation flyover throughout Northern California, Saturday, 09 May, beginning at 12 p.m., in salute to everyone on the frontlines in the fight against COVID-19, as well as those staying at home to “flatten the curve” of the virus.

  • U-2 Phase Maintenance

    The U-2 Dragon lady is vital to the mission globally and in order to keep the mission going the plane needs to be maintained, to do that, Airmen from the 9th Maintenance Squadron (MXS) deconstruct the plane during phase maintenance.

  • Taking her all the way in

    As the U-2 Dragon Lady is positioned in the hangar, crew chiefs conduct post-flight inspections that involve checking the exterior of the aircraft, putting chalks on the wheels, and other post inspections.

  • Hunting and Fishing Allowed on Base Again

    The restrictions put in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic have been difficult, but necessary to keep people safe. In an effort to ease some of the restrictions securely, Recce Town leadership is opening up hunting and fishing to the base community.

  • Believing can aid in healing

    Despite the current pandemic, the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response office on Recce Town has created multiple events to recognize the importance of the month.This April, the theme for Sexual Assault Awareness and Response Prevention Month is, “Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission.” 

  • COVID and Custody

    Custodial agreements are a necessary part of some Air Force family’s lives. With the recent pandemic and Department of Defense travel restrictions being extended, families are concerned how custodial agreements may be affected.However, families can breathe a sigh of relief due to guidelines recently

  • Team Beale looks out for dorm residents during COVID-19 pandemic

    The stresses caused by COVID-19 have affected nearly every part of Beale’s community. To combat this an outpouring of support has been seen on the installation.An example of this support took place on April 18, 2020, when Beale’s Chaplain Corps and dorm leadership provided meals to the Airmen