• 389th FS showcases F-15Es to pilot training students, practices off-station operations

    In support of 19th Air Force’s initiative to revitalize the pilot training enterprise in conjunction with Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) 2.5, over six days in September the 389th Fighter Squadron “Thunderbolts” visited three UPT bases with four F-15E Strike Eagles. Visiting Vance, Laughlin, and Sheppard Air Force Bases, T-Bolt pilots and weapon systems officers (WSOs) spoke to more than 300 student pilots in each stage of training – pre-flight academics, Phase 2 T-6 Texan II flying training, and Phase 3 advanced training in the T-38 Talon.
  • Creativity stemming from all Airmen

    The Air Force holds an annual event called “Spark Tank”, where they take ideas from Airmen that can help innovate and improve processes within their work space.
  • SECAF explores MHAFB’s unique capabilities, partnerships

    Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett experienced the unique capabilities of the 366th Fighter Wing as well as the wing’s strong strategic partnership with the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) during a visit Sept. 24, 2020.
  • Airman’s invention backed by Spark Tank accelerates change

    Air Force Chief of Staff, Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., said in a recent paper outlining his vision for the Air Force, “If we don’t change - if we fail to adapt - we risk losing the certainty with which we have defended our national interests for decades.” In the spirit of this vision, the Air Force has dedicated itself to preserve and support the innovative ideas of everyday Airmen. Senior Airman Hartman, 726th Air Command Squadron cyber transport technician, is one of those Airmen.
  • 366th SFS conducts active shooter exercise while being innovative

    Tasked to always protect, defend and fight, the 366th Security Forces Squadron Airmen continue to train and come up with innovative ways to enhance their readiness.
  • 726th ACS utilizes GFF for Dynamic Scud Hunt training

    MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho – Conducting strategic communication, battle management and theater missile defense are just some of the ways that the 726th Air Control Squadron “HARDROCK” maintains control on deployed joint operations. They are one of the several effective organizations on base that bolsters the 366th Fighter Wing mission while also supporting their own.
  • 366th FSS performs contingency training operations

    The 366th Force Support Squadron (FSS) held an annual home station readiness training exercise on September 4, 2020, to practice search and recovery operations as well as building a single-pallet expeditionary kitchen. Not only does the 366th FSS operate many everyday services such as the Dining Facility and the Base gym but what most people don’t know is that they also assist in search and recovery operations.
  • 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.

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