• Raging Gunfighter creates multi-capable Airmen

    Personnel, exhausted from a hard day’s work, turned in early - preparing for the following days to come. The exercise, dubbed as “Raging Gunfighter”, had only begun. Airmen would need to work together as a team to sustain their living for nearly a week. Raging Gunfighter tested the capabilities of Airmen to deploy at a moment’s notice, Feb. 1 - 4, to Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah.
  • 366th CS Airmen get transferred to Space Force Guardians

    MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho -- On Feb. 12, 2021, five Airmen from 366th the Communication Squadron (CS) were sworn in and transferred from the U.S. Air Force (USAF) to the U.S. Space Force (USSF). This type of transfer is a historical ceremony that hasn’t occurred since the USAF became established from the Army Air Forces in 1947.
  • Harriet Tubman

    Black History Month is a time to reflect on the accomplishments and contributions of people of African descent in our nation. One of the most recognizable African American figures in U.S. history is Harriet Tubman, a woman who risked her life constantly for her own freedom and the freedom of any slave in the U.S., and later, the Confederacy.
  • Water Purification at Mountain Home AFB

    The Water and Fuels Systems Maintenance Team (WFSM) recently conducted training on the new Platoon Water Purification System (PWPS) at Mountain Home AFB. The PWPS increases the warfighting capabilities of Airmen by allowing units to occupy and operate in more remote areas, while providing essential potable water for contingency operations.
  • 366th CES virtual staff ride prepares multi-capable Gunfighters

    “To be a successful soldier, you must know history,” -General George Patton Jr. As threats continue to evolve, adaptation means more than expanding our military presence. Airmen are familiarizing themselves with different specialties, allowing them to become true multi-capable Airmen (MCA).
  • Being Multi-Capable: 366th FW Airmen train for Raging Gunfighter

    Teamwork, communication, adaptability and a drive to learn is what is required to participate in Raging Gunfighter, an exercise that tests the Airmen’s ability to be effective in a deployed environment.
  • USASOC Conducts Training in southern Idaho

    Elements of U.S. Army Special Operations Command are conducting training at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, Magic Valley Regional Airport, Twin Falls, Idaho and Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, January 25-February 4, 2021. The Soldiers will use training ammunition and other training devices to make the exercise as real as possible. There will be periods of increased air traffic to include low-flying helicopters, tilt-rotar aircraft and airplanes during hours of darkness. The community can expect to experience an increase in air traffic and noise associated with a large scale airborne operation.
  • Stress Management

    Most people can say 2020 was a stressful year. From COVID-19 to personal stressors most people’s day-to-day life has changed and they've been forced to accept the “new-norm”. Listed below are classes, courses and other resources available that can help Gunfighters and their families adjust to today's challenges.
  • 366th CES uses quick thinking to maintain mission readiness

    The 366th Civil Engineer Squadron is a 300-person squadron directly supporting F-15E operations of the 366th Fighter Wing. On Nov. 23, 2020 their lighting circuit board failed. Without these lights, CES was far below the lamp out requirements that would allow the flying mission to continue.
  • Defender seeks to save time, reduce traffic accidents with e-citation system

    1st Lt. Tyler Moore, defense support flight officer in charge with the 366th Security Forces Squadron at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, is a finalist for the 2021 Air Force Installation and Mission Support Center Innovation Rodeo.

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