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  • Deployed 332nd AEW Airman helps kids understand mom’s and dad’s deployments

    One Airman deployed to the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing found a way to reach families, especially children who are back home, waiting patiently for mom or dad to return from the Middle East.
  • Ruck march honors fallen police officers at the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing

    U.S. President John F. Kennedy named the week in May where the 15th falls, National Police Week, where law enforcement officers who have fallen in the line of duty are honored for their sacrifice. U.S. Air Force Security Forces Airmen take that to heart as they are also members of law enforcement, albeit on military bases around the globe.
  • 332nd AEW Commemorates Pacific Islander & Asian American contributions to the Air Force

    Because the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing finds its roots in the story of the Tuskegee Airmen, a segregated African-American unit who earned distinction during WWII, diversity and inclusion take on special significance here. Today that legacy continues and the 332nd looks to showcase the contributions of Asians and Pacific Islanders to the Air Force. In 1977, the month of May was designated Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (AAPI).
  • CMSAF JoAnne Bass joins 332nd AEW for Women’s History Month

    The Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force, JoAnne S. Bass, paid a visit to deployed Airmen at the wing during a virtual call in honor of Women’s History Month.
  • Red Tails welcome new 332nd AEW Commander

    U.S. Joint and Coalition service members gathered to welcome the new commander of the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing during a change of command June 20 in Southwest Asia.
  • Deployed brothers reunite for reenlistment

    As a sand storm blows outside, Staff Sgt. Christopher Cagle, 407th Expeditionary Communications Squadron cyber transport supervisor, made the last minute decision to move his reenlistment ceremony indoors, July 21, 2018, at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. Being deployed is not the only unique thing about Cagle’s reenlistment ceremony. Cagle’s older brother, Capt. Stephen Cagle, 386th Expeditionary Medical Group deputy chief medical officer, was able to reunite with his younger brother and preside over his reenlistment.