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  • Fueling our allies

    U.S. Air Force F-15 Strike Eagles and Israeli Defense Forces F-16 Barak aircraft fly together after a successful refueling with a U.S. Air Force KC-10 Extender assigned to the 908th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron, within the Ninth Air Force (Air Forces Central) area of responsibility, May 18.

  • 332d Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron Change of Command

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Christopher Sage, 332d Air Expeditionary Wing commander, exchanges the 332d Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron guidon with U.S. Air Force Major Dexter R. Binion, 332d ESFS incoming commander, during a change of command ceremony at an undisclosed location in Southwest

  • Unsung Hero Spotlight: TSgt John Farmer goes above and beyond

    Tech. Sgt. John Farmer, a pavements & equipment supervisor with the 378th Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron, voluntarily stepped up on short notice last month, to backfill a leadership hole for the Force Protection Flight. For two weeks he scheduled and worked dispatch for the 28 member team

  • 332d Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron change of command

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Christopher Sage, 332d Air Expeditionary Wing commander, exchanges the 332d Expeditionary Operations Support Squadron guidon with U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. James A. Harris, 332d OSS incoming commander, during a change of command ceremony at an undisclosed location in

  • 332d ELRS Aerial Port moves Wing’s mission

    Everything that comes in and out of the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing on an aircraft is processed by the 332d Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron Aerial Port section.The different flights within Aerial Port, such as the Air Terminal Operation Center, load planning, ramp, cargo, and passenger

  • Not just a Guard family, but a Total Force family

    Out of the 13 Guardsmen family units stationed at Prince Sultan Air Base the Kleive family is the largest. The father-daughter duo documented in the past, Master Sgt. Scott and Staff Sgt. Kalei Kleive, brought Staff Sgt. Devin Kleive, with them this time to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.In this era of