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    Resilient is defined as being hardy, strong, tough, robust, and spirited; all relevant words for Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors and Marines deployed to this AOR to defend America. These words apply to our physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual fitness.Research has shown that if you practice a strong belief system; if you are connected to your
  • Mission: The Grand Slam Wing

    As I have explored the Grand Slam Wing, I have had the honor to meet some of the remarkable Airmen and watch the incredible things that you do each and every day. Whether you are flying air tasking order sorties, turning a wrench to fix an aircraft, protecting our installation, changing an air conditioner unit, supporting our mission partners or
  • Live Our Core Values: Step Up to Stop Sexual Assault

    Values + Action = PreventionSexual Assault Awareness Month is a time we set aside throughout our force, both at home and within the AOR, to focus on educating and increasing awareness about sexual assault and prevention. Sexual assault is a crime and can only be prevented when every person understands we all have a duty to combat it. Commanders,
  • It’s not #Viral unless it is

     People of all ages all over the world use social media daily. Believe it or not, the history of social media can be traced back to 1969. Today it is a major channel for networking, both personally and professionally, and social media has shown no signs of slowing down. The opportunity to meet new people, find old friends, chat, join interest
  • Commander’s commentary on the New Year

    As we enter the New Year and I reflect back over the past 19 months as your wing commander, I remain in awe of what you collectively accomplish 24/7/365 to deliver decisive combat airpower throughout the theater. I truly appreciate every Airman's demonstrated unwavering dedication to executing and improving our very critical mission. What you do is
  • 379th AEW Commander sends Thanksgiving message

    Grand Slam Wing, As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches I am reminded of all the things I have to be thankful for ... and the majority of those things are tied to the great work you do each and every day. Our nation, our families and our friends rest in peace each night because of the sacrifices you are making serving in this area of
  • The Remembrance Poppy makes its annual appearance

    You may be wondering why British personnel on base are wearing red paper flowers. The red poppy is a symbol of Remembrance; the annual commemoration of those British, Commonwealth and Allied service members who have given their lives in conflicts since the First World War. Every year, millions of people in Britain and the Commonwealth -
  • Expeditionary group observes POW/MIA Remembrance Day

    Recently, Air Force, Marine Corps and Army service members at the 64th Air Expeditionary Group joined forces in the pursuit of one goal: remembering, honoring and supporting our nation's prisoners of war and missing in action.To commemorate the National POW/MIA Recognition Day, Staff Sgt. Timothy Bolger, a 64th Expeditionary Support Squadron
  • Combating sexual assault myths through education

    We all have heard the myth that our country's first president chopped down a cherry tree and when asked about the event by his father, commented, "I cannot tell a lie, Father, I did cut down that cherry tree." Or, for more contemporary times, you may have heard the myth that football players who appear on the cover of the John Madden football
  • A Passion is an Opportunity

    Remote assignments and deployments present a unique opportunity to focus on the mission, and give simultaneous attention to significant self-improvement. Away from what we might call the hustle and bustle of life at home station, some choose to place an emphasis on school or professional military education goals and others focus on hobbies or

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380th Air Expeditionary Wing Mission Video

380th Air Expeditionary Wing Mission Video