• Discover your resources: Domestic Violence Awareness

    Don’t stay silent. The month of October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month; each October is an opportunity to remind our community on the signs of domestic violence and how they can help. The Elmore County Domestic Violence Council (ECDVC) met with Col. Jamaal Mays, 366th Fighter Wing deputy commander and Mountain Home AFB Key Spouses for the first time to discuss ways to better assist when a military spouse needs help.
  • Lead the Way: Raging TORO exercise enhances deployment readiness

    The 366th Civil Engineer Squadron held exercise Raging TORO, October 21-23, 2020, to showcase their ability to deploy at a moment’s notice.
  • 366th MUNS conducts bomb build training during immersion tour

    U.S. Air Force Col. Lucas Teel, 366th Fighter Wing deputy commander of operations, speaks with 366th Munition Squadron Airmen at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Oct. 28, 2020. Teel’s visit to the 366th MUNS storage area was part of an immersion tour, where Teel learned about the mechanics of building GBU munitions and how the 366th MUNS Airmen sustain their mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Akeem K. Campbell)
  • 726th ACS SNCO awarded Bronze Star

    Master Sgt. Joe Rodriguez, 726th Air Control Squadron radio frequency transmissions systems SNCO in charge, was awarded the Bronze Star for his achievements during his deployment to Iraq, Oct. 9, 2020.
  • A historian to remember

    A woman sporting a black shirt and joggers with short brown hair held in place with silver butterfly hair pins scribbles away in a bright red notebook. Standing there, in a patch of grass, she places her hand over her brow to block the sun from her eyes. As she looks around she finds herself surrounded by uniformed Airmen, tan tents, military grade technology and the 100% humidity of the Florida coastline. She doesn’t exactly fit any military stereotypes.
  • Agile Flag 21-1: A chief's perspective

    “When something goes wrong and you need help outside of your area of expertise, I’m the person you go to.” That’s Chief MSgt. Emily Masic, the superintendent for the 366th Fighter Wing A-staff, and with her team by her side she is working together to bring about the change that the Air Force needs to guarantee the safety of the nation and its future.
  • Chaplaincy brings VR to Agile Flag 21-1

    The 366th Fighter Wing Chaplaincy are also using Agile Flag 21-1 to try test the implementation of virtual reality (VR) as a resiliency tool for Airmen.
  • Maximizing efficiency, innovation through CPI

    The Air Force is founded on encouraging Airmen to be innovators, problem solvers and critical thinkers. This is where Continuous Process Improvement (CPI) comes into the picture. CPI is all about becoming more effective, efficient and empowering Airmen to solve any problem.
  • ACC to conduct experiment testing agility and lead wing concepts during AGILE FLAG 21-1

    Air Combat Command will conduct an experiment known as Agile Flag 21-1 from Oct. 21-29 to test agile combat employment and a new lead wing deployment concept. During Agile Flag 21-1, the 366th Fighter Wing from Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, will test its ability to deploy as a lead Air Expeditionary Wing with a wing-level air staff. The unit will employ mission generation, command and control, and base operating support elements from its main operating base at Tyndall AFB, Florida, while supporting a forward operating base at Hurlburt Field, Florida, and a contingency location at Eglin AFB, Florida.
  • Ex Mountain Tiger: Air Force, Marines integrate to deliver swift, agile air support

    Adaptability and flexibility are one of the first lessons taught in Basic Military Training. In some cases, it’s adapting to a new base; in other cases, it’s reacting quickly to a problem that wasn’t there before.

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