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Chief Warrant Officer 2 Alex Harer, Marine Attack Squadron 542 ordinance officer in charge, oversees an AV-8B Harrier II taxing to the runway Jan. 31, 2018, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The Marine Attack Squadron 542 worked alongside joint terminal attack controllers, F-15E Strike Eagles and A-10 Thunderbolt IIs. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Airman 1st Class JaNae Capuno) North Carolina Marine Corps squadron trains at MHAFB
The Marine Attack Squadron 542 from Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, trained with the 366th Fighter Wing during the months of January and February.
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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.
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The base participated in a week-long exercise to train for potential real world contingencies. Fighter Wing trains for contingency operations
Gunfighters practiced their wartime skills during a Phase II Focused training exercise, Dec. 4 - 8, 2017, here. The Phase II Focused exercise is aimed toward giving individual units the chance to tailor contingency training to best fit their needs.
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Gen. James M. Holmes, commander, Air Combat Command, speaks during ACC’s Change of Command ceremony at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Va., March 10, 2017. Holmes assumed command from Gen. Herbert “Hawk” Carlisle, who retired after 39 years of service to the Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Nick Wilson) Gen. James Holmes takes command of ACC
Service members of Air Combat Command welcomed its new commander during a change of command ceremony, Mar. 10.
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Continuous Process Improvement courses are being offered to individuals with innovative ideas to more efficiently complete the Air Force’s everyday missions. If you have an innovative idea call the 366th Force Support Squadron Manpower/CPI team for more information or to schedule classes at 208-828-1454 or the Inspector General’s Office at 208-828-4047. (Courtesy Photo by AF CPI) Gunfighters seek innovation through CPI
The 366th Force Support Squadron manpower team is leading courses to find innovative ways to maximize resources and increase efficiency in areas concerning people, money and time.
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Staff Sgt. Sylvia Smith, Air Force Green Dot instructor, introduces the Green Dot program at the start of leadership training April 19, 2016, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. Green Dot is a program designed to reduce interpersonal violence through cultural change. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Samuel Morse/Released) It starts with one
Every tsunami starts as a ripple – every hurricane, a breeze – every avalanche, a few shifting snowflakes. Similarly, every culture change starts with a single act that spreads throughout society.Over the coming months, airmen here will receive Green Dot training meant to start a cultural change reducing interpersonal violence – one person at a
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U.S. Air Force Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command, participates in a briefing during a tour of the 389th Fighter Squadron, March 7, 2016, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The 389th Fighter Squadron was established in 1945 and has been stationed at Mountain Home since 1971. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Chester Mientkiewicz/Released) U.S. Air Force Gen. Hawk Carlisle visits the 366th Fighter Wing
U.S. Air Force Gen. Hawk Carlisle, commander of Air Combat Command visited squadrons around Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, March 7 and 8, to discuss mission priorities with subject matter experts and recognize superior performers.“I don’t think there’s anybody closer [at the wing level] or better at what they do, or more tactically and
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