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  • Maintainers keep Strike Eagles mission ready

    Airmen from the 332nd Expeditionary Maintenance Group work around the clock to keep F-15E Strike Eagles off the ground and in the air to support Operation Inherent Resolve.
  • 332nd EMXG holds change of command ceremony

    Col. Shane A. Barrett, Expeditionary Maintenance Group commander, sings the Air Force song during a change of command ceremony May 31, 2017 in Southwest Asia. Prior to taking command, Barrett was the commander of the 23rd Maintenance Group, at Moody Air Force Base, Ga. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Damon Kasberg)
  • Partnership strengthens airpower

    People may be familiar with aircraft needing constant maintenance to keep up with the requirements of such a high operational tempo, but pilots and weapon system officers also require physical care to perform at their peak.
  • A Deployed SARC's Perspective: We Turn Victims into Survivors

    It is important to be aware that sexual assaults can still happen. Predators are good at what they do and are called such a name for a reason. While the newly released SAPR annual report shows a tapering off of sexual assaults in the military, it also sheds light that there is an increased propensity of civilian perpetrators in the last 10 years. Therefore, now it is as important as ever to advertise SAPR services, as no one should have to deal with an assault on their own.
  • AFE gear up pilots for flight, fight, survival

    Pilots assigned to the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing step to their aircraft with more than 40 pounds of gear, some of it vital for flying, others are used only during emergencies scenarios.
  • Freezy Friday Frenzy

    What comes to your mind when you hear someone say, “I’m a chaplain, or I’m a chaplain assistant”? The meaning will be different depending on the person. In today’s Air Force, chaplains and chaplain assistants form a religious support team to tackle everyday challenges that we all face in our day-to-day lives. One of the main roles and responsibilities of an RST is to conduct unit visitation with those they are assigned, both at home station and in the deployed environment. Each team is unique in the sense that when paired up, they must develop an action plan to show how they will meet the requirements set upon them by the Air Force. The RST assigned to the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing is going the extra mile in meeting those requirements.
  • Keeping Watch: Red Tails Defenders maintain forward security in Iraq

    Rapid change is something service members continually prepare for; at any time we can get the notice for a change of duty station, deployment or adjust to new roles within a unit. For 12 Airmen deployed to the 407th Air Expeditionary Group as Security Forces Defenders, a rapid change presented itself within the first month upon arriving.
  • PTSD: Know the signs, don’t carry the burden alone

    Post-traumatic stress disorder is a mental health condition that can occur after someone has gone through a traumatic event.
  • 332nd ESFS train for emergency

    Members of the 332nd Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron clear a building during an active-shooter exercise June 8, 2017, in Southwest Asia. The purpose of the exercise was to evaluate the squadron’s ability to respond to an emergency and improve tactics in a simulated environment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Damon Kasberg)
  • Airmen walk to remember fallen

    Brig. Gen. Kyle W. Robinson, 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing commander, gives opening remarks prior to a memorial walk June 12, 2017, in Southwest Asia. The walk commemorated those who lost their lives during the massacre at the Orland Pulse nightclub. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Damon Kasberg)