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  • 2019 Leadership Reaction Course

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 366th Fighter Wing attempt to complete an obstacle September 30, 2019, at the Leadership Reaction Course (LRC) on Gowen Field, Idado. The LRC is used to develop leadership and followership skills through overcoming obstacles with limited resources while giving participants a chance to adapt and overcome through
  • 366 SFS commemorates canine comrade

    The 366th Fighter Wing Security Forces Squadron military working dog handlers held a memorial ceremony to celebrate the life of a canine friend September 25, 2019, at the base chapel. Alf V198 was a military working dog (MWD) explosive detection dog and served in the United States Air Force from May 16, 2013, to August 29, 2019.
  • Spouse reimbursement program: Helping the Gunfighter family

    The spouse reimbursement program reimburses eligible spouses up to $500 for expenses incurred due to an eligible PCS/PCA for licenses and certifications they had to obtain due to moving to a different state that doesn’t accept their current certifications/licenses.
  • A&FRC hosts annual job fair

    The 366th Fighter Wing Airman & Family Readiness Center kicked off its annual job fair, September 18, 2019, at the Gunfighters Club to help take care of Airmen and families.
  • Gunfighter Airman to compete in 2019 World Military Games

    The saying goes ‘when you aren’t training, someone else is’. So when it comes to being the best at anything, it requires consistent dedication and sacrifice to maintain a competitive advantage. That hard work is starting to pay off for one Gunfighter. The 15 best swimmers in the Department of Defense have earned the opportunity to compete in the swimming component of the 2019 World Military Games. The youngest of the team is U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Michael Yoo, 366th Maintenance Squadron avionics backshop technician, from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho.
  • Be there for your wingman

    Photo illustration representing the Airmen that have been lost to suicide and how a wingman should be there for an Airman struggling with suicide ideation and depression August 30th, 2019, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The Ask, Care, Escort (ACE) initiative is one of the ways the Air Force compels wingman to open the conversation about
  • TDY to Chile strengthens strategic relationships, enhances readiness, saves resources

    When nations clash, a strong partnership can mean the difference between victory or defeat. That’s why the U.S. Air Force actively prioritizes strengthening our relationships. Simply put, we are stronger together. Chile is one of the United States’ most well-established partners. Tech. Sgt. Ian Messer and Tech. Sgt. Edgar Ayala, both 366th Maintenance Squadron aerospace propulsion craftsmen, recently spent a month-long temporary duty (TDY) at Cerro Moreno Air Base in Antofagasta, Chile. Their mission was to train the Chilean airmen how to save money, time and manpower through hands-on training on jet engine fan blade repairs for the F100-Pratt and Whitney-W-220 jet engines.
  • Commissioning in the Air Force

    There is more than one route to become an officer in the Air Force; Officer Training School (OTS), attending the Air Force Academy, or joining the Reserve Officers' Training Corps. OTS accepts those who’ve completed their degree while enlisted or those who have already completed their degree as a civilian.
  • Medical Treatment Facility enhances readiness with functional fitness and ATCs

    Children and their parents lined up in a crowded, dimly lit tent. The children ran out to play by an ambulance as their parents patiently waited to be called. One by one the line of patients diminished as medical professionals moved quickly and efficiently to bring about quality care in a challenged environment.
  • Security Forces holds assessment for the Emergency Services Team

    From law enforcement to combat tactics, Security Forces go through extensive training to learn their job. The 366th Security Forces Squadron has different teams for which personnel can try out; one of them being the Emergency Services Team (EST).

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