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  • Convoys: Going where no one else can

    Airmen from the 726th Air Control Squadron offer an inside look on what makes a successful convoy while supporting Hardrock Exercise 19-2 July 14, 2019, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho.
  • 726th ACS conducts deployment training exercise

    The 726th Air Control Squadron activated their deployment training exercise July 9, 2019, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho. The training is being held in conjunction with MHAFB’s Gunfighter Flag exercise, simulating the operations executed in a deployed location.
  • UCC Townhall: Q&A

    On June 24, 2019, the 366th Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) hosted a townhall to discuss the July 15, 2019, closure of the Urgent Care Center (UCC) on base.  Attendees raised many questions, focusing on other care options available as well as potential copays with any urgent care center or emergency room visits off base. 
  • 366th Fighter Wing holds change of command

    The 366th Fighter Wing held the wing change of command ceremony July 2, 2019, at Mountain Home Air Force Base. Col. Joe Kunkel relinquished command to Col. Richard Goodman.
  • Gunfighters use 1950s tech on F-35 for a huge win

    ‘Things aren’t made the way they used to be’ is a sentiment often tossed around when a new car or appliance breaks down. Even with all the new inventions and integrated technology there’s something to be said about the simplicity of an original design. Gunfighters at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, are learning this lesson firsthand. Airmen from the 366th Logistics Readiness Squadron are the first in the Air Force to perform hot-pit refueling on F-35 Lighting II’s with a Type 1 hydrant system from the 1950s and hose cart from the 1970s.
  • 366th Fighter Wing chaplaincy builds relationship with local clergy

    The 366th Fighter Wing chaplaincy hosted an immersion tour for local clergy and ministry leaders, June 6, 2019, at Mountain Home Air Force Base, in order to build a relationship with the Mountain Home clergy and the civic leader community that supports strengthening the readiness and resiliency of Airmen.
  • 366th MTF conducts exercise, practices decon skills

    MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho- The 366th Medical Treatment Facility conducted a decontamination exercise, June 5, 2019. The exercise simulated a potential real-world mass injury scenario, where 366th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineering Airmen practiced a decontamination process with the Youth Center to simulate patients.
  • Gunfighter Spark Cell explores new ideas, promotes innovation

    The Mountain Home AFB Gunfighter Spark Innovation Cell hosted a day-long workshop April 2, 2019, in partnership with AFWERX and a specialized Silicon Valley firm, BMNT.
  • Janine Sijan-Rozina visits MHAFB, presents SIJAN documentary

    Sijan-Rozina visited here May 30-31, 2019, to debut “SIJAN”, an in-depth documentary about her fallen brother.
  • MHAFB: First to use Portable Doppler Radar for CONUS Ops.

    Weather can be an unrelenting force and infamously fickle. Severe weather can adversely affect the safety of aircrew and Airmen working in the elements. Fortunately, advanced radars with weather forecasting capabilities can mitigate the associated risks. Keeping constant surveillance on weather patterns and their potential hazards is an important step in enhancing readiness and safety of Airmen. Until recently, this often proved to be a challenge when local radars needed to undergo routine maintenance or upgrades. Mountain Home Air Force Base is the first to show how Portable Doppler Radars (PDRs) can be used to support continental United States (CONUS) operations to fix this problem.
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