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  • Col. Iverson (previous FW/CC) Q&A

    NAVIGATION: November 2015 CC Call Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4 Round 5 Round 6 Round 7 Round 8 Round 9 Round 10 Round 11 February 2015 CC Call NOVEMBER 2015 COMMANDER'S CALL QUESTIONS (top) Round 1 (top): Here is the first round of your questions from the CC call. Thanks for
  • Inclement Weather: Personnel Reporting / Base Operating Status

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  • Wildland Fire Season: May - October

    Due to the heat changes from May to October the fire danger ratings change from time to time. In the event of such conditions, below are fire danger ratings and explanations for each status. Fuels do not ignite readily, lightning may start fires. Fires in open cured grasslands may burn
  • Cancellations and No-shows

    Appointment cancellationPatients can cancel their appointment 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Tocancel your appointment, please call 208-808-7900.  Please note patientsmust cancel their appointment at least 2 hours in advance or they'll becounted as a no-show.  Patients can also cancel their appointment throughTRICARE Online by going
  • Sign-up for Gunfighter Snow

    Winters at Mountain Home Air Force Base can be dangerous, and the highway between Boise and Mountain Home is one of the most dangerous in America.Gunfighters are encouraged to sign up for weather alerts and base announcements by subscribing to Gunfighter Snow, a 'Twitter'-based weather alert system managed by the 366th Fighter Wing Public
  • Gunfighter Information

    Office Closures  Security Forces Customer Service offices (Pass & Id, Reports & Analysis) will be closed June 26 for a squadron function. Security and law enforcement patrols will not be impacted. For questions or concerns, please contact SMSgt Williams at ext. 3217 or MSgt Skarloken at ext. 8506.   The Housing Office will be
  • Information and Histories of the Area

    History Of The City Of Mountain Home Seven miles northeast of 1-84 Exit 95, on Idaho Highway 20, the highway meets the Oregon Trail and the junction of the old Kelton (Utah) Boise stage road. The junction was known as Rattlesnake Station. This is the original site of Mountain Home. However, in the 1870's, Commodore Jackson purchased the station at
  • Useful Base Phone Numbers

    The following is a list of common phone numbers at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, followed by a more extensive listing. All numbers use the area code (208). For DSN use 728-XXXX unless the number begins with 832.QUICK LISTArts and Craft Center/Community Center: 828-6229/2246Barber Shop: 832-7191Base Exchange: 832-4353Billeting:
  • Veterinary Treatment Facility

    Address:975 Falcon St Bldg 2200Mountain Home AFB, ID 83648(208) 828-2221Hours of Operation: Mondays - Thursdays: 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1-4 p.m.Fridays: 7-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.mFirst Monday of the month: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1-6 p.m.*Hours subject to change without notice*For more information visit the VTF Facebook Page at
  • 366th Mission Support Group

    Mission The 366th Mission Support Group provides all personnel, communications, base security, civil engineering, logistics, contracting and morale programs to the wing's three fighter squadrons and more than 4,800 personnel. The group maintains seven combat-ready squadrons with an annual operating budget of $37 million. The 366th MSG deploys all
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