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  • Flight of the Dudettes

    Flight of the Dudettes [HQ]Check out this story by SSgt Larry Moore where he shows us how the women at Bagram's F-15 Fighter Squadron wrapped up Women's History Month in style. ...
  • All-female team launches historic mission over Afghanistan

    A team of female Airmen made history here March 30 when the F-15E Strike Eagles of "Dudette 07" blazed down the runway to provide close air support for coalition and Afghan ground forces.The two-ship formation consisted of all females, two pilots and tw...
  • Air Force to perform first flyover with alternative fuel

    An F-15E Strike Eagle is scheduled to perform the Air Force's first flyover using biofuel for the Phillies' opening day game in Philadelphia, April 1. One of the four jets from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, N.C., will fly using a 50-percent blend of ...
  • $35.8M for Bunker-Buster Fuzes

    March 29/11: Alliant Techsystems, Inc. in Plymoth, MN receives a $35.8 million fixed-price incentive (firm target) contract to provide the Hard Target Sensing Fuze, an advanced fuze system for use with BLU-109, BLU-113, and BLU-122 warheads and their as...
  • New F-15E Squadron Arrives at Bagram

    New F-15 Squadron Arrives at Bagram [HQ]Join us in welcoming our new F-15 Squadron out of Mountain Home AFB, Idaho! They're taking over for the 336th EFS which is heading home to Seymour Johnson AFB, North Carolina. ...
  • Strike Eagle Crash in Lybia

    According to news sources an F-15E Strike Eagle crashed in Lybia. The jet (from RAF Lakenheath) was flying in support of Operation Odyssey Dawn. According to early (non-official) reports, the crash was due to some kind of aircraft malfunction and not a re...
  • Aircraft that rescued the downed pilot in Libya

    ARLINGTON, Va. — Marines from the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit rescued a U.S. Air Force pilot downed in Libya March 22. The F-15E Strike Eagle crashed in northeast Libya March 21 while flying in support of Operation Odyssey Dawn, the joint coalition e...
  • F-15E incident in Libya; crew recovered

    Two crew members ejected from their U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle when the aircraft experienced equipment malfunction over northeast, Libya, March 21, at approximately 10:30 p.m. CET. Both crew members ejected and are safe. The aircraft, based o...
  • U.S. Air Force aircraft strike Libya

    U.S. Air Force B-2 Spirits, F-15E Strike Eagles and F-16CJ Fighting Falcons launched during the early hours of March 20 in support of Operation Odyssey Dawn to enforce U.N. Security Council Resolution 1973, which is centered on protecting Libyan citize...
  • 336th FS Rockets return from Afghanistan

    A wave of family members and friends wearing yellow clothing, waving flags and holding homemade posters welcoming their loved ones home greeted air crew members returning from a six-month deployment in support of Operation Enduring Freedom March 16. The...
  • 336 FS, 4th AMXS, 4th CMS, 4th EMS return from deployment

    More than 500 family members and friends of Airmen from the 4th Fighter Wing filled a hangar on the flightline awaiting the return of approximately 320 servicemembers from a deployment to Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, March 15. The Airmen, comprised o...
  • MHAFB WSO hopes to become part of Strike Eagle history!

    3/16/2011 - MOUNTAIN HOME AIR FORCE BASE, Idaho -- A 389th Fighter Squadron weapons system officer has been nominated for a Mackay Trophy for her efforts during her deployment in Afghanistan April 2010. Capt. Leigh Larkin, a Dayton, Ohio, native, w...
  • Liberty Wing pays tribute to fallen Airman

    More than 500 Airmen and family members gathered in Hangar 7 on March 11 to honor the memory of Senior Airman Nicholas J. Alden. Airman Alden, a 48th Security Forces senior patrolman, was killed March 2 in a shooting at Frankfurt International Airport....
  • Gunfighters deploy in support of OEF

    More than 400 MHAFB Airmen deployed March 7 to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.Although the group is comprised of Gunfighters from different 366th Fighter Wing agencies, a large portion of the group consists of members of the 389...
  • 48th FW commander speaks to media on Frankfurt shooting

    Col. John T. Quintas, 48th Fighter Wing commander, addressed media about the March 2 shooting incident at Frankfurt International Airport, Germany, which involved 15 Airmen from RAF Lakenheath, England, during a press conference March 4. "On the secon...
  • Video story about the 389th FS deployment

    Follow this link to see a featured news article and video story about our 389th Fighter Squadron. Go T-Bolts!$cms.content.titlewww.nwcn.com ...
  • Gunfighters deploy to SW Asia

    More than 400 Airmen from across the 366th Fighter Wing are deploying to Southwest Asia where the 389th Fighter Squadron "T-Bolts" will conduct combat operations. The Mountain Home Airmen will deploy in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in the U.S. Ce...
  • Firefighters egress aircrew

    Firefighters from the 4th Civil Engineer Squadron practiced extracting simulated incapacitated aircrew member from a simulated disabled F-15E Strike Eagle during egress training here, Feb. 15. The egress process begins when the firemen receive notifica...
  • Teamwork keeps Bagram Strike Eagles flying

    Maintainers assigned to the 455th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here are charged with keeping Bagram's F-15E Strike Eagles soaring in skies even after more than three decades of flying. To achieve this amazing mission, maintainers rely on ...
  • USAF Requests $150 Billion for FY12

    NEWTOWN, Conn. - The U.S. Air Force has requested a total of $150 billion in base discretionary spending for FY12, roughly the same amount the service requested the previous year. The new budget includes $35.6 billion for personnel, $46.1 billion for ope...

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