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  • Falcons nest at PSAB

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- Several U.S. F-16 Fighting Falcons, also known as Vipers, assigned to the 555th Fighter Squadron at Aviano Air Base, Italy, are finding a new home in the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing. This squadron of F-16s, known as the “world famous, highly-respected” Triple Nickel, is capable of close air support, air interdiction, and defensive and offensive counter-air in support of joint and coalition combat operations.
  • Secretary of State visits PSAB

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- U.S. Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, visited U.S. Forces stationed at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Feb. 20, 2020. The tour of the Royal Saudi Air Force installation, 4-5 Air Defense Artillery Battalion, and the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing allowed him the opportunity to discuss military-related issues with commanders conducting missions in the U.S. Central Command’s area of responsibility.
  • PSAB exercises hot refueling mission

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Two U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcons and two F-35A Lightning II fighter jets demonstrated hot refueling capabilities, Feb. 7, 2020. These 4th and 5th-generation fighter aircraft from the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing at Al Dhafra Air Base, United Arab Emirates, performed a mission that exercised a critical capability of U.S. Air Forces Central Command. This illustrated the link between sound tactical employment, operational flexibility, and coalition strength in the AFCENT area of responsibility.
  • PSAB Airmen partner with RSAF; improve aircraft inspection capability

    NDI Airmen assigned to the 378th Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron partnered with their Royal Saudi Air Force counterparts to create a streamlined way of inspecting the aircraft assigned to Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
  • Devil Raiders strengthen defense forces in Saudi Arabia

    When it came to deploying scalable forces to reopen an air base in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Air Force knew just who to call: Airmen from the 621st Contingency Response Group at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J.
  • CENTCOM command team visits PSAB, reaffirms commitment to the region

    CENTCOM command team visits PSAB, reaffirms commitment to the region.
  • PSAB F-15E Strike Eagles lead first U.S. participation in Kuwait Aviation Show

    Aircrew members assigned to the 494th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, deployed to Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, conducted flyovers at the Kuwait Aviation Show in Farwaniya, Kuwait, Jan. 15-18, 2020.
  • Army recognizes Air Force excellence

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- At the foundation of every military installation, capabilities for communications are a necessary driving force. From phone connectivity to internet access, the men and women of the military's communications squadrons help establish a baseline with capabilities to relay information between entities all over the world to accomplish the mission. With the help of his team, one Airman in particular worked to complete the vision for installing communications for joint forces at Prince Sultan Air Base. Senior Airman Aldo Gjoza, 378th Expeditionary Communications Squadron client systems technician, was awarded the Army achievement medal for his exceptional and meritorious service while serving as a technician during the Army’s Operation Spartan Shield.
  • The eagles have landed

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagles with the 494th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, deployed from Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, found a new home in the 378th Expeditionary Operations Group. These F-15Es, known as the “Mighty Black Panthers,” are capable of executing strategic attack, interdiction, and counter air missions in support of joint and coalition combat operations.
  • Bell brothers reunite at PSAB

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- As rare as it may seem, it does happen. Family members who serve together in the military can be stationed together or even deploy together. The phrase “It’s a small Air Force” has proved itself true for two brothers currently deployed to the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing. Senior Airman Jared Bell, a 378th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintainer and Airman 1st Class Joel Bell, a 378th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron defender, are experiencing the first deployment of their careers together at PSAB.
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