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  • Lost in Transit

    U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Todd Chisamore and Senior Airman Nicole Niles, worked tenaciously to locate a missing MQ-9 Reaper propeller stand valued over $11,000.

  • 332d Air Expeditionary Wing participates in mass casualty training exercise

    The 332d Expeditionary Medical Squadron recently planned and executed a base-wide mass casualty training scenario, which included integration with a host nation medical evacuation air ambulance center, a host nation medical center, the 1st Expeditionary Rescue Group, and additional squadrons from

  • 332d Airmen Graduate Airpower Leadership Academy

    The latest class of Airpower Leadership Academy has graduated. More than 80 Airmen from units across the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing participated in the eight-week program, attending two hours of classes per week. Students were selected by nomination from their unit leadership to learn more about

  • 332 AEW demonstrates ACE capabilities during Operation Agile Spartan IV

    The 332d Air Expeditionary Wing concluded Operation Agile Spartan IV, a capstone event that further validated the 332d AEW’s use of Agile Combat Employment in practice. Multiple Ninth Air Force (Air Forces Central) wings participated in the weeks-long exercise to demonstrate their ability to operate

  • Smooth Landing: Heavy Repair Makes Touchdown Seamless

    When a 130,000 pound aircraft touches down, it makes an impact. And no matter how good your surface is, over time, everything wears down. So when the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing starts to see cracks in the flight line, they call the 332d Expeditionary Civil Engineer heavy repair flight.

  • sUAS: Eyes in the Sky

    You see them every time you come to the gate. You see their patrol vehicles rolling down the road. You may even see the K-9 teams out sometimes. But the 332d Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron’s most important tasks may be the one you don’t even notice.