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  • 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.
  • Live Capabilities: 726 ACS executes real world adaptive skill

    The Air Force’s ability to adapt , innovate and overcome dates back to it's inception. Implementing those adaptive skills, even in the midst of uncertainty sets the Air Force apart as service. The 726th Air Control Squadron exemplified this when they executed a live mission take over for the 266th Range Squadron to support the 428th Fighter Squadron during their weapons qualifications.
  • Jet 87-173: Innovation keeps Air Force legend in the fight

    “If only fighter jets could talk, the stories they could tell,” said Brig. Gen. Mark Slocum, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing Commander, and a renowned fighter pilot. Many jets become legends for their heroic feats in battle, but they are unable to tell their stories as they experienced them. Fortunately, legends never tell their own stories. This is the story of F-15E Strike Eagle, tail number 87-173, where it comes from and how innovation keeps it ready to bring the fight to the enemy.
  • Gunfighter Flag 19-1

    Every quarter, the 366th Fighter Wing holds “Gunfighter Flag”, an exercise where Air Force partners and fighter squadrons across the nation participate in air-to-air, ground and air-to-ground training to maintain the lethality of the nation's premiere fighter wing during peace-time and war-time contingencies.
  • Women’s History Month: Honoring Airmen past and present

    Everyday women continue to make great contributions to our society and make history in our military. Today, over 100,000 women serve our Air Force and continue to honor our country and those who have served in the past with their accomplishments.
  • First fighter jet orientation flight

    Last week, Mountain Home Air Force Base Commander, Col. Jefferson O’Donnell, had the opportunity to take Vice Chairman Buster Gibson of the Shoshone-Paiute Tribes of the Duck Valley Indian Reservation up for an orientation flight.
  • T-Bolts return from Southwest Asia

    Approximately 500 personnel and 20 F-15E Strike Eagles belonging to the 389th Fighter Squadron "T-Bolts," 389th Aircraft Maintenance Unit and other support units returned here April 8-14. The airmen and aircraft were deployed for six months to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.
  • Gunfighters seek innovation through CPI

    The 366th Force Support Squadron manpower team is leading courses to find innovative ways to maximize resources and increase efficiency in areas concerning people, money and time.
  • Gunfighters celebrate Veterans Day

    A young boy and a man salute a wreath they placed in honor of veterans at the annual Veterans day ceremony at Mountain Home, Idaho, Nov. 11, 2016. The event included an invocation, a rendition of the national anthem, a 21 gun salute and speeches by the Mayor of Mountain Home and the commander of the 366th Fighter Wing. (U.S. Air Force photo by
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