• Fighting Falcons prepare for takeoff

    Four 332d Air Expeditionary Wing F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft wait for armament prior to takeoff in Southwest Asia, Feb. 8, 2022. The F-16 is a compact, multi-role fighter aircraft that delivers war-winning airpower to the U.S. Central Commandarea of responsibility. The U.S. Air Force routinely

  • 332d Military Working dog demonstration

    Staff Sgt. Hailey Goetz, 332d Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, and her MWD, Cory, provided a demonstration to 332d Air Expeditionary Wing Airmen, Feb. 25, 2022, in an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. Demonstrations such as these are a validation of

  • Saturday out with Airmen: 332d Expeditionary Medical Group

    U.S. Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Sean M. Milligan, 332d Air Expeditionary Wing command chief, visited with 332d Expeditionary Medical Group Airmen to get hands-on experience and tour their facilities in an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia Feb. 26, 2022.Chief Milligan's immersion visits give

  • The legacy continues

    332d Expeditionary Mission Support Group Warrior of the Week for the week of Feb. 21, 2022, is Tech. Sgt. Jeremy Hamilton, 332d Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron Emergency Response Training & Readiness noncommissioned officer in charge.Hamilton was selected as the Warrior of the Week after

  • February Red Tail Round Up

    February's Red Tail Round Up newsletter can be found here: February - Red Tails Roundup.pdf (af.mil)

  • Actress, Spy, Nun - leadership reflects on women's history

    When I was a little girl, I asked my mom how she knew she wanted to be an accountant when she grew up. My mom told me she never wanted to be an accountant, but it was the best of the three career options for women of her time: accountant, teacher, or secretary. I had a hard time understanding why

  • The Red Tail legacy continued through art

    Slim, tall, with a contagious smile, Senior Airman Mia M. Evans, 332d Expeditionary Force Support Squadron services apprentice, incorporates art as a way to carry on the Red Tail legacy.

  • Red Tails Civil Engineer Airmen bring operational power

    The 332d Air Expeditionary Wing needs power and it’s the 332d Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron who provides it. Likewise, water management, climate control, electrical support, pest management, dirt and concrete, structure erection and even door knobs falls into the responsibilities of the 332d

  • Mobile Aircraft Arresting System certification

    332d Expeditionary Civil Engineering Squadron Power Production Airmen performed an aircraft arresting system certification Feb. 24 here. This annual aircraft arresting system certification for the F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft tests the stability of the Mobile Aircraft Arresting System barrier which

  • Deployed in support of force protection

    Every military base is composed of people doing many different jobs working in unison to generate, sustain and complete mission objectives. In a deployed environment there’s one job that brings Airmen from various career fields together to help maintain base security as part of the first line of