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  • SFS puts an eye in the sky

    Tech Sgt. Matthew Coutts, assigned to the 332d Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron, launches a Raven B Digital Data Link drone during a demonstration Jan. 24, 2018 in Southwest Asia. After takeoff, the Raven B uses battery power to patrol the air for 60-90 minutes at a time. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Kleinholz)
  • Red Tails welcome Vice President Mike Pence

    U.S. Vice President Mike Pence made a stop at an undisclosed location during his extended trip across the Middle East Sunday to visit with the deployed men and women of the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing.Pence, accompanied by his wife Karen, took time out of a trip, which included stops in Egypt, Jordan and Israel, to thank service members and receive briefings on recent progress made in support of
  • The 332nd Money Team

    On December 12, 2017, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 approved 143 million dollars be allocated to the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing for military construction. More than any other overseas military contingency operations construction in 2018.With such a large sum, contracting specialists assigned to the 332nd Expeditionary Mission Support Group are entrusted to allocate
  • 407th ELRS Vehicle Management keeps the mission rolling

    The 407th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron Vehicle Management section has a broad scope of responsibilities that help the 407th Air Expeditionary Group complete its mission.“Our team supports the full spectrum of operations here at the 407th AEG by ensuring that the vehicles assigned are safe and serviceable, and that the vehicle fleet is right-sized to meet existing, emergent and surge
  • 332d EFSS opens renovated dining facility

    Brig. Gen. Kyle Robinson, 332d Air Expeditionary Wing commander, cuts a ceremonial ribbon with Lt. Col. Lydia Bradley-Tyler, 332d Expeditionary Force Support Squadron commander to re-open the new “Red Tail” dining facility January 11, 2018 in Southwest Asia. The dining facility had been closed for several months due to renovations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Kleinholz)
  • Airmen bring charity abroad

    Airmen assigned to the 332d Air Expeditionary Wing deliver clothing, books and supplies to a community center January 6, 2018 in Southwest Asia. The center works to assimilate refugees fleeing conflicts across the region. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Joshua Kleinholz)
  • Everybody hurts: Physical therapist helps aircrews cope with deployment demand

    Lt. Col. Tisha Sutton is a busy person these days, doing her part as the sole provider of physical therapy services to more than 1,200 service members assigned to the installation. With specialties ranging from heavy equipment operators, to intelligence agents, to F-15E Strike Eagle pilots and everything in between, the tempo set by a deployment in an expeditionary location can be taxing on the
  • Lt. Gen. Rice and Chief Anderson spend Christmas at the 407th AEG

    Lt. Gen. Scott Rice, Air National Guard director, visited the 407th Air Expeditionary Group in Southwest Asia, Dec. 25.Rice visited the 407th AEG to serve Christmas meals and meet with Airmen.
  • Red Tails gather for Christmas feast

    Brig. Gen. Kyle Robinson, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing commander, carves the first ham before a Christmas Day feast, Dec. 25. 2017 in Southwest Asia. Robinson was joined by other members of installation leadership in treating deployed service members to a traditional home-style meal while they're deployed in the region supporting Operation Inherent Resolve. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt.
  • Lt. Gen. Funk and Command Sgt. Maj. Crosby visit 407th AEG

    Lt. Gen. Paul Funk II, Combined Joint Task Force – Operation INHERENT RESOLVE commanding general, and Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Crosby, CJTF – OIR senior enlisted advisor, visited the 407th Air Expeditionary Group in Southwest Asia, Dec. 23.Funk and Crosby came to the 407th AEG to meet with U.S. Forces and coalition partners.