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  • Seymour Johnson Military Affairs Committee visits MHAFB

    Seymour Johnson Military Affairs Committee visited Mountain Home Air Force Base, April 26 - 27th.
  • AF announces changes to Courses 14 and 15

    Effective immediately, Air Force officials have removed the requirement to complete Courses 14 and 15 for all Airmen serving in the active component. Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Airmen will have the option to complete their enlisted professional military education through distance learning or in-residence attendance.
  • Ready today, ready tomorrow - Air Force prepares for the future of medical readiness

    The future of warfare is uncertain, and tomorrow’s conflicts may not look like today’s. To prepare for this uncertainty, the Air Force is assessing how it prepares its medical forces to support the warfighter.
  • Gunfighter Skies: From idea to airshow

    Witnessing jet teams performing aerial displays can be a surreal experience. Listening to the announcer over the sound of jet engines roaring, alongside tens of thousands of people is an experience that few would want to miss.
  • Finding a military child’s ‘SPARC’

    Base and local community members came together during the Month of the Military Child to attend the Military Child Education Coalition’s SPARC class in Mountain Home, April 18, 2018. SPARC (Strength, Potential, Aspirations, Resourcefulness and Confidence) is one of many classes MCEC trainers teach on. It’s focus is supporting student educational experience, helping them reach their goals and live their dreams.
  • Gunfighters conduct MARE exercise

    Members of the 366th Fighter Wing combined their efforts to tackle a Major Accident Response Exercise here April 5, 2018. The simulated incident centered around a jet striking a bird and crashing into a second jet parked on the ground. Once the aircraft was downed, first responders immediately jumped into action and took control of the situation.
  • Mountain Home AFB environmental efforts blossom

    Mountain Home AFB’s actions to become more environmentally friendly have helped reduce pollution, save landfill space, conserve resources and heped pave the way for other organizations to run similar operations.
  • When you can give, the Air Force Assistance Fund gives back

    Since 1942, the AFAF campaign has been run by the Air Force family to help the Air Force family. Whether we are aware of it or not, each of us knows someone who has been helped by the Fund. Anything we can do today helps ensure that assistance will be available for other Airmen and other families when they need it tomorrow.
  • Environmental DOPPA and who it affects

    The 366th Fighter Wing is proposing to conduct an Environmental Assessment (EA) for nine urban centers near Mountain Home AFB to facilitate urban Close Air Support (CAS) proficiency training operations by F-15E Strike Eagle aircrews and ground support from Joint Terminal Attack Controllers (JTAC). Proposed urban areas include the Boise metropolitan
  • Munitions life: from storage to target

    The life-cycle of a munition can be easily explained—the building of the munition, transportation to the aircraft, loading to the aircraft, taking off of the aircraft, then finally putting the munition on target.
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