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Members from the 332nd Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron pose with solar lights on the flight line, May 10th, 2017, in Southwest Asia.  The 332nd ECES installed solar lights on the flight line, making it safer for pilots during night operations. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Staff Sgt. Samuel O’Brien) ECES Electrical and Host Nation Partners Light it Up
The 332nd ECES Electrical Shop has recently proven they have the power to illuminate mission capabilities. Flying mission capabilities that is! When SSgt’s Bjorgvin Gislason and David Livoti received a briefing from the Airfield Manager, Technical Sergeant Jeremy Butterworth, of an airfield plagued with multiple lighting problems and NOTAMs
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Informational boards sit in a museum during a Holocaust remembrance event April 27, 2017 in Southwest Asia.  The event also featured a remembrance walk and educated over 100 people. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Tech Sgt. Eboni Reams) A Challenge to Make a Difference
When I was first asked to take on the task of Chair President for the Holocaust Remembrance event my first thought was, “No thank you. Why would I want to by the lead on such a depressing and devastating event in history?” After some deeper reflection, I decided to embrace the project and make it more than just one night where we showed “Boy in the
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SSgt Kyle Slesser, 447th Air Expeditionary Group Aircraft Structural Maintenance Craftsman, poses for a photo May 5, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Jason Huddleston) Red Tails Spotlight: Staff Sergeant Kyle Slesser
Question: Why did you decide to join the Air Force and why do you continue to serve?Answer: I decided to join the Air Force after my Uncle, a SMSgt at the time, explained to me the benefits of joining the military. I didn’t have the capability of paying for college, but knowing the military would offer me the GI Bill, I could fall back on it if the
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Senior Airman Jessica Lewis, 354th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron intelligence analyst, poses for a photo April 12, 2017 at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Eboni Reams) Red Tails Spotlight: Senior Airman Jessica Lewis
Question: Why did you decide to join the Air Force and why do you continue to serve?Answer: Originally, I did not want to immediately go to college and accumulate debt while not knowing what I wanted to study. Along with that reason, my brother is a USAF HH-60 Crew Chief. He was stationed in England, and invited me to come and live with him right
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Senior Airman Richard Duckworth, 407th Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron, poses for a photo at the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, March 13, 2017. Duckworth was named the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing’s outstanding performer for the week of March 12, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released) Red Tails Spotlight: Senior Airman Richard Duckworth
Question: Why did you decide to join the Air Force and why do you continue to serve?Answer: My sister joined several years before me. I saw where she was in life and all the great things she had been able to do so early in her life. I knew that’s where I wanted to be when I got to that age. It was a good choice because right now a lot of doors are
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Staff Sgt. William Enterkine, 407th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle operator, poses for a photo at the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, Feb. 20, 2017. Enterkine was named the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing’s outstanding performer for the week of Feb. 19, 2017. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Benjamin Wilson)(Released) Red Tails Spotlight: Staff Sgt. William Enterkine
Question: Why did you decide to join the Air Force and why do you continue to serve?Answer: Both of my parents served in the United States Air Force. I grew up, traveling with my family, all over the world because of their military affiliation. I joined to provide the same experience for my family one day.Q: What is one of your proudest
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(courtesy photo) Red Tail Medics keep legacy alive
The storied history of the Tuskegee Airmen is one that most people within the Air Force know. These tales range from the heroic dog fights protecting bombers, maintainers who held the plane together, to the resolve of the Airmen themselves. But there is another story that many do not know and that is the history of those who support flyers, the
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U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Brian Watson, 507th Aircraft Maintenance Squadroncrew chief, poses for a photo on the flight line Feb. 9, 2017 at Incirlik Air Base, Turkey. Watson has been deployed to Incirlik on a two-month tour and is headed back to Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Jasmonet Jackson)
Red Tails Spotlight: Tech Sgt. Brian Watson
Question: Why did you decide to join the Air Force and why do you continue to serve?Answer: Originally, it was to get the GI Bill in order to finish college. I’ve continued to serve because every day is a new adventure and the Air Force continues to challenge me professionally and personally.Q: What is one of your proudest achievements in your
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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Tyler Harlow, 407th Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron air traffic control watch supervisor, poses for a photo at the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, Jan. 30, 2017. Harlow was named the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing’s outstanding performer for the week of Jan. 29, 2017. (Photo by Master Sgt. Benjamin Wilson) Red Tails Spotlight: Staff Sgt. Tyler Harlow
Every 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing Airman is part of something greater than themselves. The wing's essential mission of generating, executing and sustaining combat airpower and combat search and rescue forces across the Levant counts on Airmen to bring their expertise and dedication to the fight. See below to learn more about Staff Sgt. Tyler
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Default Air Force Logo Being the Influence: Airmen sharpen Airmen
People serve in the military for a variety of reasons. My reason for joining was to pay for a college education and if you asked me back then, I would have told you I would be a civilian again in no more than four years. However, as many of us know, plans change. I had at least been introduced to the military as my uncle served in the US Navy for
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