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  • Water Wonder: 776th EABS install new facilities at Camp Simba

    Tech. Sgt. Jerl Dunn and Tech. Sgt. Brendan Muchow, water and fuels system maintenance craftsmen for the 776th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron are installing new water systems to be used for Camp Simba at Manda Bay.
  • POTUS visits Team Mildenhall as first trip Overseas

    President Joe Biden visited Royal Air Force Mildenhall during his first trip overseas since becoming president. President Biden highlighted the military families, as well as the work that the members of the tri-base community does to protect our nation's security.
  • Commentary: I was raped

    Only seven months into my Air Force career and at my first duty station. I was a college graduate, slightly older and with a few more years of life experience under my belt than fellow peers embarking on their military careers. I was in security forces, still getting my legs underneath me and working on the assertiveness the career field requires. I felt I was an independent, strong woman who held her own. I was a three-sport athlete all through high school, known to have been in a kerfuffle or two on the court or field. Little did I know one night in February 1998, those notions would all come crumbling down.
  • ‘Rosie’s Riveters’ nose art dedication immortalizes legacy of 100th BG pilot with 100th ARW

    One of the 100th Bombardment Group’s most iconic World War II pilots has been immortalized into the newest heritage nose art of a 100th Air Refueling Wing KC-135 Stratotanker – tail number 58-0089 – which was unveiled at a ceremony at RAF Mildenhall June 10, 2021. The “Rosie’s Riveters” nose art was created to honor Lt. Col. Robert “Rosie” Rosenthal, a legendary pilot assigned to the 418th Bomb Squadron of the 100th Bomb Group from September 1943 to September 1944 at Thorpe Abbotts, Diss, England. Rosie first became part of the 100th ARW heritage when the 100th Operations Group auditorium was renamed the Rosenthal Auditorium in May 2012.
  • RAF Red Arrows refuel at RAF Fairford

    The Royal Air Force aerobatic team, known as the Red Arrows, landed at RAF Fairford, England, June 4, 2021. The Red Arrows came to Fairford to refuel in preparation for the Midlands Air Festival the next day.
  • Civilian leaders trail blaze with immersive development program

    This past year, eight hand-picked government civilians assigned to the headquarters of U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa participated in the inaugural class of the Civilian Leadership Development Program with opportunities for professional development across the theater.
  • 52nd FW Ammo: building bombs and bonds

    The 52nd Maintenance Squadron ammunition flight is doing their part to aid in the mission success of the Arctic Challenge Exercise 2021, taking place June 7-18, at Kallax Air Base, Sweden.
  • USAFE-AFAFRICA command chief engages with allied, partner nations

    Open communication is key to the success of any working relationship; however, due to COVID-19, the ability to travel and meet face-to-face has become limited, making leaders rely on communication through video teleconference capabilities.
  • Saber Nation Supports Saber Guardian 21

    Airmen assigned to the 52nd Medical Group at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, participated in the multinational exercise Saber Guardian 21 at Baumholder, Germany, May 24 to June 4.
  • Nigerien and American Forces Celebrate U.S. Holiday

    Lt. Col. Aliou Matani, Regional Commander for the Nigerien National Guard, along with several high ranking officers of the Nigerien National Guard and Forces Armees Nigeriennes, recognized American leadership at Nigerien Air Base 201 while providing a camel feast on May 30, 2021, to honor the U.S. and Nigerien partnerships on the U.S. holiday of Memorial Day.
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