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  • 366th Fighter Wing chaplaincy builds relationship with local clergy

    The 366th Fighter Wing chaplaincy hosted an immersion tour for local clergy and ministry leaders, June 6, 2019, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, in order to build a relationship with the Mountain Home clergy and the civic leader community that supports strengthening the readiness and resiliency of Airmen.
  • 366th MTF conducts exercise, practices decon skills

    MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho- The 366th Medical Treatment Facility conducted a decontamination exercise, June 5, 2019. The exercise simulated a potential real-world mass injury scenario, where 366th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineering Airmen practiced a decontamination process with the Youth Center to simulate patients.
  • Gunfighter Spark Cell explores new ideas, promotes innovation

    The Mountain Home AFB Gunfighter Spark Innovation Cell hosted a day-long workshop April 2, 2019, in partnership with AFWERX and a specialized Silicon Valley firm, BMNT.
  • Janine Sijan-Rozina visits MHAFB, presents SIJAN documentary

    Sijan-Rozina visited here May 30-31, 2019, to debut “SIJAN”, an in-depth documentary about her fallen brother.
  • MHAFB: First to use Portable Doppler Radar for CONUS Ops.

    Weather can be an unrelenting force and infamously fickle. Severe weather can adversely affect the safety of aircrew and Airmen working in the elements. Fortunately, advanced radars with weather forecasting capabilities can mitigate the associated risks. Keeping constant surveillance on weather patterns and their potential hazards is an important step in enhancing readiness and safety of Airmen. Until recently, this often proved to be a challenge when local radars needed to undergo routine maintenance or upgrades. Mountain Home Air Force Base is the first to show how Portable Doppler Radars (PDRs) can be used to support continental United States (CONUS) operations to fix this problem.
  • 366th FW hosts 2019 Education Fair

    The 366th Fighter Wing Education Center held an education fair May 22, 2019, at the Gunfighter Fitness Center here.
  • ‘Gunfighter Dorms’: a must-have app for Airmen

    Finding new, innovative ways to enhance the quality of life for Airmen is on the forefront of the minds of supervisors across the Air Force. A duo of Gunfighter sergeants took this sentiment to heart and started working. Staff Sgt. Alysha Henzler and Tech. Sgt. Daniel Johnson, 366th Fighter Wing Airmen dorm leaders, created an app called “Gunfighter Dorms” to specifically cater to the needs of Airmen in the dorms.
  • Summer – A time to enjoy family, friends, and practice good risk management

    While June 21 is the official beginning of summer, Memorial Day weekend acts as the unofficial kickoff to the summer season for many Air Force families. The weather is in that sweet spot between not too hot, and not too cold. Many families are enjoying an extended weekend together. Friends gather to barbeque and take time to honor those who died while serving the United States. Simply put, it is a great jump-start for the season to come.
  • From cockpit to saddle, Columbus AFB Airman excels in both

    She grew up a horse loving and riding kid in Northern California and put her dream of riding professionally on hold when she enlisted and later commissioned into the Air Force. It wasn’t until 2013, while stationed at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, that Maj. Andrea Matesick, now at Columbus AFB, Mississippi, would discover she could still be an F-15E Strike Eagle pilot in the world’s greatest Air Force and travel the United States competing in professional equestrian events.
  • Commentary; Bold Tiger aircraft markings explained

    On April 29, 2019, an article featured in “The Aviationist” magazine highlighted unique nicknames and nose art of four 391st Fighter Squadron F-15E Strike Eagles (Bold Tigers) as they made their way back from deployment in support of Operation Inherent Resolve in Southwest Asia.

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