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  • First ever Exercise Agile Wolf tests joint mission at home

    RAMSTEIN AIR BASE, Germany – The 435th Contingency Response Squadron and 37th Airlift Squadron tested their port, maintenance and command and control functions during the first ever, Exercise Agile Wolf at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Dec. 17-18.
  • Combat crew communication secures secrets

    Anytime, day or night, KC-135 Stratotankers and other transient aircraft that pass through RAF Mildenhall hold vital communication codes which allow the team to get the mission done. This critical information is organized, packaged and passed onto aircrews by Airmen from the 100th Operations Support Squadron combat crew communications team, and securing messages is the name of the game.
  • Aircrew safety top priority for AFE shop

    The 100th Operations Support Squadron Aircrew Flight Equipment shop operates behind the scenes to support the aerial refueling mission. Responsible for repairing and maintaining the flight equipment pilots and boom operators need such as survival resources, oxygen masks, radios, and chemical protection gear, AFE serves an important role in mission success.
  • Mildenhall KC-135 crew strengthens relationship with Romanian air force

    U.S. Airmen with the 351st Air Refueling Squadron and the 100th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron participated in air refueling training alongside members of the Romanian air force in Bucharest, Romania, March 11-15. The “Sly Fox” KC-135 Stratotanker crew refueled Romanian air force F-16 Fighting Falcons over the week, which focused on interoperability with their Romanian counterparts and enhanced the operational readiness of both nations.
  • Ramstein exercise generates mass airlift capability

    Members of the 86th Airlift Wing worked together to successfully conduct a mass generation exercise, consisting of a preparing multiple C-130J Super Hercules, a multi-aircraft sortie, and elephant walk prior to takeoff Nov. 8, 2018, on Ramstein Air Base, Germany.
  • AFE saves lives every day

    Imagine being in an aircraft 30,000 feet in the air when suddenly something goes wrong: a pressure drop, a fire, a malfunction, or any other emergency.Not only will the aircrew have to act quickly to save themselves, but their equipment must also work properly.This is why aircrew flight equipment Airmen dedicate themselves to providing clean,
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