Tag: Gunfighter
  • Pit stop! Gunfighters quick-turn F-15Es with ICT exercise

    With tires changed and a full fuel tank, the simultaneous work of the pit crew pays off - the wheels hit the ground running and the race resumes in a matter of seconds. Like the National Association for Race Car Auto Racing (NASCAR), the 366th Fighter Wing placed and pulled chocks Oct. 7, 2020, as they raced against time to put F-15E Strike Eagles back into the air.
  • MHAFB equipment trainer saves life and aids investigation

    MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho – Tech. Sgt. Nicholas Cliché, 366th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment lead trainer, has been an avid base jumper for four years. Base jumping can be a thrill, but it doesn't come without risks. Cliché’s experience taught him the value in following safety protocols to a "T". And knows when somethings gone wrong.
  • Introducing the 366th Financial Acquisition Squadron

    Comptrollers and contractors alike came together to create the first ever Financial Acquisition Squadron, March 14, 2019, at Mountain Home Air Force Base.
  • Bioenvironmental: Keeping MHAFB Hazard-Free

    The heavy roar of F-15E Strike Eagle engines, the fuels and chemicals that put aircraft into airspace, and the bright fire shooting from the after burners; these are all examples of potential health hazards within the workplace. The 366th Aerospace Medical Squadron Bioenvironmental Engineering office tests the health of the environment around Mountain Home AFB to ensure that the area is safe for all Gunfighters.
  • Gunfighter Optometry: The Vision Mission

    The 366th Aerospace Medical Squadron optometry clinic provides Airmen quality care all year to ensure they can see and accomplish the Air Force mission.
  • Gunfighter Spark Cell brings innovation to the 366th FW

    The 366th Fighter Wing is designing solutions and improving processes with the Gunfighter Spark Cell innovation competition, a program designed to allow Airmen to submit recommendations for improving processes within their workplaces.
  • Gunfighter 18-2: A total fighting force

    The 366th Fighter Wing held Gunfighter Flag 18-2, May 21- 24 here, encompassing the Belgian Air Component and Idaho Wing Civil Air Patrol.
  • 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.
  • One for the Road

    The 332nd Expeditionary Operations Group is waist-deep in combat operations for the foreseeable future and their outgoing group commander, Col. David Brynteson, recently flew his last flight before returning home. His responsibilities as operations group commander spanned four different squadrons including fighter, attack, space and support squadrons, all while also flying combat operations himself.
  • Base Trick-or-Treating

    Base trick-or-treating will take place Monday, Oct. 31 from 6 to 8 p.m. Be sure to be vigilant this Halloween and prepare for the goblins and ghosts with the following tips…

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