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  • Phase dock keeps F-16s in top shape for Operation Inherent Resolve

    With each strike, coalition partners move a step closer to the defeat of ISIS’ so called physical caliphate. The 55th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron’s relentless pursuit supporting Operation Inherent Resolve comes with an insatiable maintenance need for the F-16C Fighting Falcons at the 407th Air Expeditionary Group.
  • Beneath the skies: Aircrew Flight Equipment

    Every day, a bevy of different 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing aircraft fly in harms way across Southwest Asia to deliver air power in support of U.S. Central Command missions. However, before any aircrew member steps toward their aircraft, they must first visit the aircrew flight equipment section.
  • Beneath the Skies: Logistics Readiness

    The 332 ELRS is at the center of moving people and cargo. In addition to personnel and aircraft parts, they transport ammunition or other hazardous material, office equipment, different fuels, fitness equipment, and even vehicles. The system and mission readiness rely on everybody doing their job, on time and on point, to be successful.
  • Beneath the Skies: Financial Management

    FM oversees all the expenditures to enable mission execution and serves as the focal point for assigned members on matters of military and travel pay.
  • Beneath the Skies: Aircraft Maintainers

    One of the largest support structures here at the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing can be broadly defined as aircraft maintainers. This not only includes those individuals who perform pre-flight, thru-flight (where an aircraft returns from a mission then embarks on another mission within a couple hours) and post-flight safety and function checks, but also several “back shops” which specialize in a certain aspect of the aircraft’s function such as weapons, guidance or propulsion systems.
  • 332d in 60 seconds

    332 AEW video news brief, 1 January 2019.
  • 332 AEW conducts joint FOD walk

    Members of the U.S. Air Force, German Air Force, and the Belgian Air Component gather together for a joint runway cleanup Dec. 22, 2018, at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. The teams gathered together to retrieve trash, rocks, loose metal objects, or anything else that may be or could become a hazard for various aircraft using the area.