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  • Chiefs' group at MHAFB start Airmen Outreach Initiative

    Joining the military comes with quite a few challenges. You are in a new environment, meeting new people and trying to learn a new job. There are times when your family isn’t a phone call away. Despite all of the new obstacles, Airmen don’t have to do it alone. Chiefs here have made taking care of their Airmen a top priority by starting the Airmen Outreach Initiative.
  • Enlisted Airman Competes for Team USA in 2019 CISM Military World Games

    Airman 1st Class Michael Yoo, 366th Maintenance Squadron avionics backshop technician from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, recently returned from his first swim competition on a world stage. He was the youngest and only enlisted member from a team of 14 service members from all branches of the Department of Defense on the U.S. swim team to compete at the 2019 CISM Military World Games.
  • Cyber Security: How to avoid OPSEC violations

    Due to the recent increase in electronics being plugged into the non-secure internet protocol router (NIPR) enabled computers we just wanted to remind everyone of a few things to look out for.
  • 726th ACS commander and spouse renovate mothers’ room

    Often times, the achievement of military members are held in high regards, while the actions of their spouses are seen as the support of their greatness. Some stand out though, and find their own greatness in the support of their military partners, and the units they belong to. Lt. Col. Richard Barber, 726th Air Control Squadron commander, and his wife, Kath Barber, provide an example of initiative by renovating the ACS mothers’ room, Sept. 20 2019.
  • Maddie Matters: How a Child’s Terminal Cancer Inspires an Air Force Family to Support, Love, Give

    “Your child has cancer.” How do you respond to that? Do you cry? Are you angry? Or do you step back and just breathe? For a parent, few words could carry more weight. 2nd Lt. Tyler Moore carries the weight of these words with him each day. It’s his reality. A reality he never asked for.
  • Gunfighters create chief legacy program

    Chief master sergeants are the senior enlisted leaders of the command at wing or higher levels. They are examples of excellence in the enlisted tier, climbing to the highest enlisted rank. Chief Master Sgt. Wendell Snider, 366th Fighter Wing command chief unveiled the Gunfighters first Command Chief Legacy Program with a ceremony, Nov. 8, 2019. The program recognizes MHAFB’s top enlisted leaders who’ve served in the 366th FW as senior enlisted advisors and command chief master sergeants.
  • Civic Leaders Invited to Tour MHAFB

    Running an Air Force base without the support of the local community can be incredibly difficult. To build upon the trust Gunfighters have already established, the 366th Fighter Wing held a civic leader tour, Nov. 7, 2019. Officials from Mountain Home and Boise were invited to come on base and visit different squadrons to see what the Gunfighters’ day-to-day job looks like.
  • A1C Lopez: Aiming for Greatness

    Airman 1st Class Priscila Lopez, 366th Civil Engineer Squadron operations management field professional, seems like a shy, reserved and quiet young woman at first glance; but when she performs her duties, a strong Airman emerges.
  • Gunfighter Airmen give back to community through basketball

    MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho – It’s always good to have Airmen who set their eyes on giving back. Senior Airman Aarien Foster, 366th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircraft structural maintenance journeyman, used his passion for basketball and skills as a leader to start a basketball program in order to bring the Gunfighter community together. Foster launched the plan to assemble a team after arriving to Mountain Home AFB and learning they didn’t have one.
  • 366th MTF leads the way; MHAFB teaches MAJCOM medics TCCC

    The National Association of Emergency Medical Technicians Tactical Combat Casualty Care course was adopted by MHAFB medics back in February 2019. It was then adapted into a condensed version that has since become the standard medical course for all Airmen in the 366th Fighter Wing.
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