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  • 31st CS keeps Wyvern Nation connected during COVID-19

    The 31st Communications Squadron kept the 31st Fighter Wing virtually connected during COVID-19 operations.
  • 31st Fighter Wing welcomes new commander

    Brig. Gen. Jason E. Bailey took command of the 31st Fighter Wing from Brig. Gen. Daniel T. Lasica during a change of command ceremony, June 5, 2020 at Aviano Air Base, Italy.
  • The 31st MDSS sets standard for USAFE

    The mission statement of the 31st Medical Support Squadron at Aviano Air Base, Italy is “No Support, No Success”. This statement could not have been tested more than when COVID-19 presented itself in Italy.
  • COMUSAFE visits Triple Nickel Airmen

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Jeff L. Harrigian, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa commander, shakes hands with Chief Master Sgt. Matthew Pipes, 31st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 555th Aircraft Maintenance Unit superintendent, at Aviano Air Base, Italy, Oct. 22, 2019. Harrigian is responsible for the air and missile defense of 29 NATO
  • Exceptional Leader Spotlight: Developing the next generation of leaders

    There are numerous articles about leadership and how to be a great leader. At times, their suggestions can be too broad or wide-ranging that it can be difficult to know just what to do next when trying to lead.
  • Innovation at its finest: MJ-1 STEP

    Munitions Airmen often use the MJ-1 series bomb lift truck to help transport, load and unload a wide variety of munitions and other supplies. Typically, a ladder is used to make small adjustments for precise positioning of supplies during loading. But now, members from the 31st Maintenance Squadron are innovating a locally manufactured platform called the MJ-1 STEP. It’ll be attached to the front wheel area of the MJ-1, where the weapon troops can step up on, eliminating the need for a ladder.
  • Exceptional Leader Spotlight: Master Sgt. Richard Duken

    Some of us don’t go where the path leads, but instead blaze our own trail. When U.S. Airmen choose to be the difference, they are making themselves, the Wing, and the Air Force better.
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