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  • MHAFB Task Force, Working Group leads fight against COVID-19

    As defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, COVID-19 is a new strand of the coronavirus, making it a difficult adversary. Using Gunfighter’s innovative skills by nature to fight this complex virus, the 366th Fighter Wing Commander, Col. Rick Goodman, employed a COVID-19 Task Force (CTF) and COVID-19 Working Group (CWG) to help slow the spread of the current pandemic.
  • MHAFB first base in ACC to initiate Campus Dining System

    The Air Force continues to deliver innovative and desirable customer service programs testing an already popular program, Air Force Campus Dining System (CDS) at traditional legacy Food & Beverage operations. The CDS has partnered with Mountain Home AFB to test theories and concepts at participating CDS activities.
  • Millions invested incentivizes housing development

    Gunfighter leadership, along with a team of Airmen held a virtual housing summit, Nov. 19, 2020, with over 40 participants ranging from Mountain Home city planners to regional housing developers. Over the last year, the 366th Fighter Wing and the City of Mountain Home have heavily invested into the community, infrastructure and building codes to incentivize private developers to build in Elmore County.
  • Rising Above

    Master Sgt. Timothy L. Fagan, 726th Air Control Squadron Flight Superintendent, rose above and led his team of 13 Airmen, despite facing immense obstacles during their extended deployment. The military operations Fagan’s team supported, against Iran, grabbed global attention. Fagan’s exemplary leadership, personal endeavor and devotion to duty earned him the Bronze Star Medal for his meritorious achievement while deployed.
  • Gunfighters demonstrate air dominance at Checkered Flag 21-1

    Off the shores of Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, the radios are crackling with the sound of the 389th Fighter Squadron “Thunderbolts” flying in Checkered Flag 21-1, the Defense Department’s largest air-to-air exercise.
  • 53rd WEG hosts simultaneous WSEPs in Florida, Utah

    The 53rd Weapons Evaluation Group hosted both Weapons System Evaluation Program East and West from November 2-13, 2020. The WSEPs included more than 86 aircraft participating at the two installations in live-fire air-to-air and air-to-ground evaluations.  
  • FSS continues to serve throughout pandemic

    MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho- Many challenging events have occurred throughout this year and at times some could wonder about what to expect or what is next. With the obstacles that have occurred worry and stress come by more easily. Fortunately, the 366th Force Support Squadron Airmen are determined enough to face that challenge and continue taking care of Airmen and their families.
  • Gunfighters use VR to create multi-capable Airmen

    It's your first day on the new job and you are headed to the flightline to begin your training. It’s unbearably loud; roaring jets taking flight, tools clanking together, Airmen shouting over the sound of engines.
  • ACC Command Surgeon, Mental Health Branch Chief, address Covid-19 reluctance 

    Brig. Gen. Sharon Bannister, command surgeon of Air Combat Command and Lt. Col. Michael McCarthy, ACC mental health branch chief, virtually discussed staying remote and ready, with ACC Public Affairs Oct. 6, 2020. A few of the primary topics that were discussed with Bannister and McCarthy are the reluctance of reporting when having symptoms related to COVID-19 and testing availability, and, with flu season approaching, how do we determine one over the other.
  • ACC Command Surgeon, Mental Health Branch Chief, address Covid-19 reluctance 

    Brig. Gen. Sharon Bannister, command surgeon of Air Combat Command and Lt. Col. Michael McCarthy, ACC mental health branch chief, virtually discussed staying remote and ready, with ACC Public Affairs Oct. 6, 2020. A few of the primary topics that were discussed with Bannister and McCarthy are the reluctance of reporting when having symptoms related to COVID-19 and testing availability, and, with flu season approaching, how do we determine one over the other.
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