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  • 407 AEG hosts joint professional enhancement course

    Airmen, Sailors, Marines and a Soldier gathered in the deployment processing center at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia for two days of joint professional development Nov. 27-28.
  • Like father, like daughter

    For most people, going on a deployment means leaving your family behind, however that is not the case for everyone. Tech Sgt. Scott Kleive, 179th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron crew chief, and his daughter, Airman 1st Class Kalei Kleive, 179th EFS plans and scheduling manager, get the unique experience of sharing their first deployment together.
  • Red Tails remember

    Col. John Gonzales, 407th Air Expeditionary Group commander and 407th AEG Airmen, salute the American flag during a Memorial Day retreat ceremony, May 28, 2018, at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia. The ceremony was held in honor of those who have died while in military service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Dana J. Cable)
  • 407th ESFS sustains M-ATV capabilities

    The 407th ESFS provided leadership with a hands-on look into the squadron's daily operations enhancing their understanding of the unit's mission capabilities.
  • Force protection, Marines help ‘Dirt Boys’ lay ground work

    Airmen assigned to the 407th Air Expeditionary Group and Marines with the Marine Wing Support Squadron 371 recently had the opportunity to help with a civil engineering project by assisting in prepping and pouring three large concrete pads throughout the month of April at an undisclosed location in Southwest Asia.
  • 407th AEG welcomes Vipers

    F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to the 179th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron began arriving to the 407th Air Expeditionary Group April 13, 2018. The 179th EFS consists of hundreds of Air National Guard members whose primary mission is to fly F-16 Fighting Falcons in support of Operation Inherent Resolve. “The 179th EFS Bulldogs are excited to put all of our training to work and to meet the
  • Blueprint of success: Deployed Air National Guard officer combines architecture, military career

    SOUTHWEST ASIA— Every student is at some point confronted  with the question of what they want to be in life. Many professions top the wishlists and students may aspire to become firefighters, police officer, doctors or any number of other dream occupations. No matter what path they choose, it will take dedication and hard work to get to even just one goal. Lt. Col. Heidi Gibson not only
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