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  • FSS operations officer awarded Bronze Star at MHAFB

    “Deploying into a combat zone for a year is intense,” said Capt. Kristen Miranda, 366th Force Support Squadron operations officer. Miranda served as the director of operations for the 405th Expeditionary Support Squadron at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, from April 2019 to April 2020. She was awarded the Bronze Star, August 20, 2020, here for her heroic actions during an 11-hour complex ground attack on Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan on December 11, 2019.
  • MHAFB first to adopt new PAS code

    On Sept. 1, 2020, a new Personnel Accounting Symbol code went into effect for the Air Staff, solidifying the reorganization of the 366th Fighter Wing. This change is part of an ongoing effort approved by Air Force Headquarters to improve organizational efficiency.
  • MHAFB Privatized Housing Resident Advocate

    The Resident Advocate position was created by the USAF as part of a sweeping response to improve privatized housing with the clear mandate to rebuild trust in the privatized housing program. That is exciting to me because that puts me squarely in the people business and making sure that Airmen and their families are afforded access to safe, healthy and secure housing. It’s imperative that we support Airman and their families so that they are able to execute their day to day missions to the best of their abilities without unnecessary stressors at home.
  • 428TH FS supports local schools amidst COVID-19, distributes face coverings

    As COVID-19 challenges continue, Mountain Home School District facilities cautiously begin to reopen their doors. Approximately 4,000 students are expected to flood the halls later this year. A major concern is supplying masks for students. The Republic of Singapore Air Force 428TH Fighter Squadron has come to the rescue. Lt. Col. Shewan Goh and Lt. Col. Nicholas Jurewicz, senior ranking officer and commander of the 428TH FS, respectively, and other officials distributed face coverings to the Mountain Home School District, Aug. 6, 2020.
  • Joint, multinational exercise enhances capabilities against near-peer adversaries

    Throughout the week of Aug. 17, 2020, fighter jets, helicopters, a C-130 Hercules and more came together to train in a challenging and ever-changing environment. This was an exercise known as Gunfighter Flag (GFF) 20-1. This exercise leverages the unique airspace of the region to host a large scale employment of aircraft from Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Singapore and Australia, as well as the U.S. Air Force, Navy and Army.
  • Anti-terrorism Awareness Month

    August is Anti-terrorism Awareness Month, which is intended to raise awareness not only of the persistent threat of terrorism, but to encourage vigilance and reporting of potential threats. Next year marks the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and this could never be more important. For us as a nation this is two-fold; we have been successful in preventing another major attack against the homeland, while on the opposite side, we continue to mourn the lives lost in not only the attacks but those fighting the battle. We all have someone or know of someone who has made the ultimate sacrifice.
  • 366th OMRS starts new medical combat training

    Being healthcare professional in a hostile deployed location requires nerves of steel complemented by extensive knowledge and experience. However for medical technicians on base, there aren’t many real-world environments where Airmen could train while under fire. Or at least, there wasn’t. Earlier this summer, Master Sgt. Kayleigh McAviney, 366th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron flight chief, created a field response training program to ensure Air Force medics receive realistic care-under-fire training so they’re ready to save lives down-range.
  • Medical Airman awarded Bronze Star at MHAFB

    Master Sgt. Mark Hurd, 366th Healthcare Operations Squadron medical logistics flight chief, was awarded the Bronze Star, June 24, 2020, here for his achievement as surgeon general superintendent and senior enlisted medical advisor while in support of OPERATION FREEDOM SENTINEL from Jan. 1, 2019 to Nov. 1, 2019, at Forward Operating Base Oqab, Kabul, Afghanistan.
  • 366th FW/A2 Intel trains new combat employment strategy

    366th Fighter Wing A2 (Intel) trains their Airmen in Agile Combat Employment, bringing the Air Forces' newest employment strategy concepts to reality for the first time.
  • 389th FS returns from extended deployment

    After an extended deployment supporting OPERATION INHERENT RESOLVE due to COVID-19, the 389th FS makes their return on the flight-line, hearing the sounds of celebration and the echoes of fellow Airmen saying welcome back.
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