• 'Warriors of the Week'

    Senior Airman Robert TerryUnit and occupation: Electrical power production journeyman with the 366th Civil Engineer Squadron Time in the Air Force: Four years Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Three years, five months Hometown: Cameron, Texas Hobbies: Camping, hunting and fishing, however, "I really enjoy spending time with my wife and
  • 'Warriors of the Week'

    2nd Lt. Jacob "Smoot" HartUnit and occupation: Officer in charge of the 389th Aircraft Maintenance Unit Time in the Air Force: One year Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Less than six months Hometown: Rapid City, S.D. Hobbies: Road trips (he's been to all 48 lower states), mountaineering, guitar, playing ping-pong, skiing, reading. He also
  • 'Warriors of the Week'

    Senior Airman Michael CarbullidoUnit and occupation: F-15E crew chief with the 391st Aircraft Maintenance Unit Time in the Air Force: Four years Time at Mountain Home Air Force Base: Three years Hometown: Copperas Cove, Texas Hobbies: Playing football and tennis and working on automobiles Most memorable Air Force experience: His incentive ride in
  • Air Force leaders meet in Ohio for Corona

    The Air Force's top leaders met for a forum at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, on July 12 to 14 to discuss the global war on terror, the state of readiness for Airmen and Air Force modernization. Army Gen. John Abizaid, U.S. Central Command commander, spoke with the leaders about his area of responsibility and complimented the Air Force for
  • Airmen test new Air Force flight suits, T-shirts

    A six-month wear test for the next generation flight suit and proposed T-shirt undergarment is being conducted by specialists in the 28th Test and Evaluation Squadron aircrew life support division here. The T-shirt, which is being tested in two versions made from wool or meta-aramid fibers (the same flame retardant material used in the flight
  • New 366th MDG commander takes flight

    Over the coming months, the 366th Medical Group will be confronted with numerous programs as the Air Force undergoes a major evolution, said the group's new commander.During a change of command ceremony July 6, Col. Jerrold Flyer said the 366th MDG won't be swayed from its mission of taking care of people despite initiatives such as Program Budget
  • WRM augmentees fuel wartime mission

    His pens and paper were replaced by tools and aircraft parts, and his office was now an aircraft hangar.While the scenario is fictional, the reality of it isn't. Almost like being sent to a foreign country, Airmen at Mountain Home Air Force Base are often thrown into a world of the unfamiliar - the world of augmentees.In this ever-shrinking, agile
  • Football team aims high during visit

    Airmen who noticed a football team in full gear walking around the flightline weren't hallucinating. Thirty five members of the Oakley High School football team visited the base July 13 for a first-hand look at what it means to be a Gunfighter at Mountain Home Air Force Base. Members of the team visited the 391st Fighter Squadron, weapons
  • AAFES turns 111

    Army and Air Force Exchange Service facilities at Mountain Home Air Force Base join other exchanges around the world to mark AAFES' 111 birthday July 25.Over the years, the military command's mission remains basically the same: provide quality goods and services at competitively low prices and generate earnings to support morale, welfare and
  • Wing mourns loss of Gunfighter, friend

    Mountain Home Air Force Base paused this week to honor the memory of a sergeant from the 366th Medical Group who died July 9 while battling breast cancer. Tech. Sgt. Lezlie Kay Clements, 36, died at her home surrounded by her family.Sergeant Clements was assigned to the 366th Aeromedical Dental Squadron."She was loved by so many and ended her

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