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  • 366 SFS ruck first MHAFB Defender Challenge

    The 366th Security Forces Squadron competed for best of the best during their inaugural “Defender Challenge” March 6, 2018.
  • 455 ECES Airman powers the mission

    At Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, it is critical that all buildings and structures remain properly maintained for units to conduct their operations. Civil Engineers are responsible for keeping all facilities and utilities running effectively and it’s experts like Airman Rene Cruz, 455th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron power production engineer, which makes that happen every day.
  • Recognizing women who continue to inspire Airmen

    Col. Scott Grover, 366th Maintenance Group commander, and members of the base community participated in a cake cutting and recognition ceremony during International Women’s Day March 8th.
  • 12th Air Force commander visits MHAFB

    Lt. Gen. Mark Kelly, commander of 12th Air Force and Air Forces Southern visited here, March 6-7, 2018.
  • Mountain Home AFB welcomes new historian

    Mountain Home AFB has a rich military and community history, and the preservation of that history requires the expertise of an experienced historian.
  • PMEL ensures F-15E Strike Eagles fly

    Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory; they work behind the scene making sure equipment used in day-to-day jobs work properly. Anything that makes a quantitative measurement must be tested and calibrated at certain intervals; this ranges from torque wrenches to scales used for Airmen's fitness assessments.
  • 366th FSS earns 2017 best customer service in ACC

    The 366th Force Support Squadron won twelve 12th Air Force [Air Forces Southern] and seven Air Combat Command 2017 annual awards. These are totals the squadron has never seen before, setting a respectable record and standard for the future.
  • Air Force expands virtual appointments

    The Air Force Medical Service is eliminating some of the hassle of medical appointments by expanding use of virtual, over-the-phone appointments for patients who do not need to see their provider in person.
  • Sowing partnership: 366th CES hands over seed drills to USFWS

    The 366th Civil Engineer Squadron Natural Resource Management Program recently gave the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service two large seed drills, bolstering the agency’s efforts in the protection and restoration of local wildlife and natural habitats.
  • Deployed Gunfighter ensures Kandahar Airfield is mission ready

    The base command post is the central command and control point for mission operations at every U.S. Air Force base.At Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, it is the job of Tech. Sgt. Steven Thompson, 451st Expeditionary Operation Support Squadron command and control operations NCOIC, to ensure operations and communications run efficiently and
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