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Default Air Force Logo ADC ensures Airmen receive guidance, counsel
For Airmen seeking advice concerning legal matters or guidance on how to navigate a legal issue, the Area Defense Counsel is always an option available to them.
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2018
Defense Secretary James N. Mattis speaks to 366th Fighter Wing Airmen Jan. 16, 2018, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Airmen were given the opportunity to ask Mattis questions on various topics during a town hall. Defense Secretary James N. Mattis visits Mountain Home Air Force Base
Defense Secretary James N. Mattis visited here Jan. 16, 2018. After a visit to Vancouver, Canada, Mattis stopped by to meet with the 366th Fighter Wing leadership and Airmen responsible for the recent record-breaking deployments of the F-15E Strike Eagle.
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2018
Photo of Martin Luther King Martin Luther King's impact on Airmen
“If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.” Even through a quote, the kind of man Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was can be seen
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2018
USAF Honor Guardsman recognized by Idaho governor USAF Honor Guardsman recognized by Idaho governor
Airman 1st Class Daniel Smith, a U.S. Air Force Honor Guard ceremonial guardsman, was recognized for his military accomplishments January 8 by Idaho Governor C.L. Otter during his State of the State address.
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2018
AFE Airmen are responsible for ensuring the aircrews gear is in top-notch condition before takeoff. Aircrew Flight Equipment airmen save lives
When aircrew take to the skies, they have to be focused and that focus needs to be clear in case of an emergency. There isn’t time to worry if the lifesaving gear they’re wearing will hold up when needed. The Airmen responsible for this equipment ensure the gear is in top-notch condition before the aircrew even step on the flightline.
0 1/04
2018
Default Air Force Logo Air Force saves Airmen time, no longer requires first year evaluations
Air Force officials announced Jan. 4, 2018 Enlisted Performance Reports are no longer required for Regular Air Force Airmen in the grade of airman first class and below with less than 36 months’ Time-In-Service or Air Reserve Component Airmen below the grade of Senior Airman. This policy change supports Air Force senior leaders’ focus on revitalizing the squadron and saving Airmen time. It is intended to eliminate an unnecessary administrative requirement and empower frontline supervisors, raters, and commanders to frequently engage with their Airmen face-to-face, said Lt. Gen. Gina Grosso, deputy chief of staff for Manpower, Personnel and Services.
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2018
Republic of Singapore Air Force ME-4 Tan Eng Ann speaks at his change of appointment ceremony, Dec. 29, 2017 at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Tan passed command to ME-3 Tan Thiam Chye Gene after serving two years as the 428th Fighter Squadron’s command chief. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jeremy D. Wolff) 428th Fighter Squadron holds change of appointment ceremony
The 428th Fighter Squadron held a change of appointment ceremony for the squadron’s command chief here, Dec. 29. The Republic of Singapore Air Force ME-4 Tan Eng Ann, 428th FS command chief, passed command to ME-3 Tan Thiam Chye Gene.
0 12/29
2017
Image of Master Sgt. Christopher Ebeling, 366th Security Forces superintendent of installations security, snaps a selfie with U.S. Air Force Security Forces from various bases on a C-17 Hercules in Djibouti, Africa. The Airmen were headed to Kenya. (Photo courtesy of Msgt. Christopher Ebeling) Security Forces Returns From Kenya Deployment
366th Security Forces members recently returned from a 6-month deployment, marking the first time an Air Force unit operated in Manda Bay, Kenya.
0 12/22
2017
Tech. Sgt. Brian Medley, 366th Equipment Maintenance Squadron metals technology section chief, places a plastic cover over a vehicle during chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives training Dec. 20, 2017, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. CBRNE training prepares Airmen to survive and work in a harmful environment anywhere in the world. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class JaNae Capuno) 366th CES emergency management conducts CBRNE training
Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosives training prepares Airmen to survive and work in a harmful environment anywhere in the world. CBRNE training is essential to Gunfighters because honing their warfighting capabilities can save their lives.
0 12/21
2017
All education, services and consultations are available to active duty, retirees, civilian employees and their families! Operation Heartlink, Care Care because We Care, Right Start (Spouses Welcomed), Hearts Apart, Give Parents a Break, Pre-Deployment Brief, Budget Plans, Reintegration Brief, Volunteer Opportunities and More! For more information, please contact the Airman and Family Readiness Center at 208-828-2458 Programs available for deployed members’ husband or wife
Deployments can be stressful not only for the military member, but also for the spouses and family members. From the first notice about a deployment tasking to returning home, the Airman and Family Readiness Center will assist every step of the way.
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2017
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