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  • CMSSF Makes Inaugural CENTCOM Guardian visit

    In a historic first, Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force John Bentivegna made an official visit to the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility July 12-14. This visit underscores the Space Force's commitment to supporting global operations and enhancing partnerships with allies in the

  • From Sicily to CENTCOM

    Born and raised in the picturesque village of Alia, Sicily, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Marco Guccione's journey from a small Mediterranean town to the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility epitomizes the American Dream.

  • The Washington Nationals visit the 379th AEW

    Former Washington Nationals players Adam Eaton and Doug Fister, the team's mascot Screech, and several team representatives visited the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing on July 3-4, 2024, to commemorate Independence Day.

  • 379th ECS facilitates critical communication throughout CENTCOM

    In the U.S. Central Command, all operations circulate around the ability to communicate clearly and effectively. Whether it be contingency response crews at forward-deployed locations relaying information or Air Traffic Control tower personnel clearing the skies - every mission depends on the 379th

  • AFCENT’s Task Force-99 focuses efforts on partner nation integration

    What does the future warfighter look like? What uniform will they wear? Will they integrate with artificial intelligence? There are a lot of unknowns about the future fight, but there is one certainty: to continue generating combat airpower, the U.S. Air Force and their mission partners need to

  • In the money

    From supplying drinking water and vehicles to new construction projects for an ever-growing base, the 379th Expeditionary Contracting Squadron is one of the few units to play a part in every aspect of the installation.