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  • VMA-214 replace AV-8B Harrier II engine

    U.S. Marines assigned to Marine Attack Squadron 214 swap engines in an AV-8B Harrier II aircraft.
  • MWD suffers heat injury, saved by 378th MDG public health

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- A U.S. Air Force military working dog was medically evacuated from Prince Sultan Air Base due to a heat related casualty on June 9, 2020.
  • F-15C ICTs make a comeback

    While F-15C Eagles fly high securing U.S. CENTCOM’s skies, U.S. Air Force maintainers and crew chiefs from the 44th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron await the airframe’s arrival on the flight line below, anticipating the workload to come. After their touch down, the F-15s taxi to their respective area where the crews, with tools in hand, prepare to begin maintenance. They immediately get to work loading the aircraft with armaments, checking fuel levels and refueling the aircraft in order to get the jet back in the skies as quickly as possible while the engines are still running. Once all processes are complete, the F-15s are ready to take off and fly another sortie.
  • 44th EFS securing CENTCOM's skies

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – A squadron of U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagles, with the 44th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, deployed from Kadena Air Base, Japan and have settled at the 378th Expeditionary Operations Group.
  • 378th AEW first change of command

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Evan L. Pettus assumed command of the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing from U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. John C. Walker during a change of command ceremony here June 12, 2020.
  • Engineers' ICE protect warfighters from intense summer heat

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – The 378th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron is responsible for ensuring a safe environment for troops deployed to Prince Sultan Air Base to protect the warfighters from the harsh summer heat.
  • 378 ECS Airman provides dynamic capability

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- When tasked to deploy, troops in the U.S. Armed Forces sacrifice comfort and convenience. They leave behind their homes, friends and family to answer the call. Some depart not understanding the full circumstance of the environment they are about to enter.
  • PSAB continues to provide dynamic mission capability

    Since its re-establishment, PSAB has acted as a clear and consistent contributor to U.S. Central Command’s objectives in the region.
  • PSAB earns high marks for MICAP execution

    The 378th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron’s Mission Impaired Capability Awaiting Parts (MICAP) team has worked hard to establish and build PSAB’s supply chain, bringing mission essential parts directly to the maintenance units assigned to the 378th Air Expeditionary Wing.
  • Air Force HVAC helping to keep Army warfighters cool

    PRINCE SULTAN AIR BASE, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia -- With temperatures rising, troops in the U.S. Central Command’s area of responsibility must take preventative measures to protect Prince Sultan Air Base’s warfighters from the intense summer heat, while also maintaining their ability to safely accomplish the mission. This task mostly falls on the shoulders of the Airmen assigned to the 378th Expeditionary Civil Engineer Squadron heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC), and refrigeration shop. By performing maintenance on the base’s air conditioning units, they are able to ensure the survivability of PSABs assets and its people. However, in some cases, they have to employ a more innovative touch in order to provide the same reprieve to joint systems.