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  • Airman raises money for COVID-19 relief efforts

    In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, one Airmen found a way to give back to the community in a very creative way. Staff. Sgt Brett Skoczek, 332nd Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance technician, saw a way he could raise funds to donate to the COVID-19 Response Fund by selling his photos.
  • Helping Agencies Team proactively connects with Airmen

    When the weight of the world weighs heavily on your mind, the Helping Agencies Team is there to help sort it out. Because circumstances are different for every Airmen, it can be daunting to find out which agency is the appropriate one to provide assistance. In some cases, multiple agencies are involved or able to help. The 332d Air Expeditionary Wing’s Helping Agencies Team, commonly referred to as the HAT, is a group of helping agencies that are united to connect and guide Airmen, building resiliency and providing tools to cope with life challenges and military service. When there is a need they also provide Airmen the resources to get assistance in times when it feels like their world is falling apart. Agencies that make up the HAT are the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator, Equal Opportunity office, Inspector General, Legal office, Mental Health, Chapel staff, Victim Advocate, Physical Therapy, and First Sergeants.
  • Deployed pilots recruit future aviators

    Airmen of all ranks and career fields, in the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, came together to learn about opportunities in the flying world and the paths they can take to get there. The Red Tails hosted an aircrew recruiting meeting to inform anyone interested in flying about the different opportunities available to Airmen that are currently serving.
  • F-15E Strike Eagle Nose Art

    When the 389th Fighter Squadron arrived at the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, not one of their F-15E Strike Eagles were displaying nose art. However, with the work of one Airman, this has changed to ensure the aircrew will return home with designs on their noses and stronger bonds between them. “Nose Art dates well into World War I and became more embellished in World War II to help bring the warfighters a taste of home, a memory, place, significant other, or motto,” said Lt. Col. James, 389th Fighter Squadron commander. With a passion for art and design, an airman in the fighter squadron took the lead to create and transform the nose art for the squadron.
  • PACE visits the 332 AEW

    In December 2019, the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing leadership team brought instructors from Air University's Profession of Arms Center of Excellence (PACE) to provide skills and techniques that could be beneficial to Airmen. Due to feedback gathered during the wing's Resilience Tactical Pause, the classes offered included Enhancing Human Capital 101, Emotional Intelligence, Culture Cultivates Identity, and many more.
  • Walking Blood Bank

    The 332d Expeditionary Medical Group started the first-ever Walking Blood Bank for the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing. Unlike traditional blood banks, this Walking Blood Bank is unique. Maintaining and executing a blood contingency plan is an expectation from the Air Force Surgeon General. The 332 EMDG’s plan outlines how to provide blood, not to store it, for emergent needs prior to a patient/s being transported for extended medical care.
  • Rescue Group medical technician stands up clinic, partners with 332 EMDG

    When she arrived, she knew patient care was critical, but without a fully functioning clinic, the challenge became a matter of how and when. For the 1st Expeditionary Rescue Group, there were challenges that could not wait. When Airmen need to be healthy to rescue other Department of Defense personnel, Staff Sgt. Mycala Stedingh, 26th Expeditionary Rescue Squadron independent duty medical technician assigned to the 1 ERQG, started a journey to build a clinic.
  • 332 EMDG, coalition partners train in Mass Casualty exercise

    The 332d Air Expeditionary Wing coordinated a Mass Casualty (MASCAL) exercise on Oct. 16, 2019. Several key players from the 332d Expeditionary Medical Group and coalition medical team partners from the Royal Jordanian Air Force (RJAF) and German Air Force partnered together with the 332 AEW first responder units.
  • USO Summer Tour Visits Red Tails

    Hundreds of U.S. and Joint Coalition service members got a chance to meet celebrities and relax during the 2019 USO Summer Tour on July 5.
  • SNCO Academy brings first-ever PME course to Jordan

    A team of three instructors from the U.S. Air Force Senior Noncommissioned Officer Academy visited Amman, Jordan, to provide the first-ever Senior NCO mobile education course here June 10-27. The instructors partnered with Royal Jordanian Air Force translators to present the two week course to 30 RJAF senior enlisted.
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