• 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.
  • Air Force to allow longer braids, ponytails, bangs for women

    As an outcome of the 101st Air Force uniform board, Air Force women will be able to wear their hair in up to two braids or a single ponytail with bulk not exceeding the width of the head and length not extending below a horizontal line running between the top of each sleeve inseam at the under arm through the shoulder blades. In addition, women’s bangs may now touch their eyebrows, but not cover their eyes.
  • Mountain Home AFB to receive COVID-19 Vaccine

    The 366th Medical Treatment Facility received a shipment of COVID-19 vaccines and healthcare professionals began administering them Jan. 19, 2021. U.S. Air Force Maj. Andrew Neubauer, 366th Security Forces Squadron commander, was the first person to receive the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine at MHAFB.
  • 366th FW opens ‘Gunfighter Grab &Go’ DFAC

    The 366th Fighter Wing opened the ‘Gunfighter Grab & Go’ (G3) food venue, Jan. 12, 2021, to allow all MHAFB personnel a variety of food choices with hours that extend past regular duty times. The venue’s hours of operation are Monday to Friday, 4:45 a.m. – 10:45 p.m., located at building 271 near the flightline.
  • 390th ECS Captain becomes first Airman to graduate from Navy Weapon School

    On Dec.11, 2020, Capt. Aaron “Brutus” Tindall, 390th Electronic Combat Squadron (ECS) EA-18G weapons officer, became the first Airman to graduate from the Navy Airborne Electronic Attack weapons school, making him a subject matter expert in Airborne Electronic Attack (AEA) and the EA-18G Growler.
  • Idaho State Representatives tours MHAFB

    Idaho State Representatives meet with the 366th Fighter Wing leaders at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Jan. 08, 2021. The Idaho State representatives received information on the many investments and future construction projects planned for Mountain Home Air Force Base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)

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