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301st Fighter Wing Biographies

Col. Mitchell A. Hanson
Colonel Mitchell A. Hanson, 301st Fighter Wing Commander

Colonel Mitchell A. Hanson is the Commander, 301st Fighter Wing, Air Force Reserve Command, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. He is responsible for providing a combat-ready force comprised of approximately 2,280 Reserve, active duty, and civilian Airmen, and resources to support national objectives. The wing leverages both
Chief Master Sgt. Robert Safley
Chief Master Sgt. Robert S. Safley, 301st Fighter Wing Command Chief

Chief Master Sergeant Robert S. Safley is the 301st Fighter Wing Command Chief Master Sergeant, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas.  Chief Safley advises the commander on all matters relating to readiness, training, professional development, force utilization, operations tempo, health, morale, welfare and leadership of the 1,800
COLONEL RANDALL W. CASON
Colonel Randall W. Cason, 301st Fighter Wing Vice Commander

Colonel Randall W. Cason is the Vice Commander, 301st Fighter Wing, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. He is responsible for providing a combat-ready force comprising of approximately 2,280 reserve, active duty, and civilian airmen, as well as resources to support national objectives. The wing leverages both Classic and Active
Colonel David D. Sundlov
Colonel David D. Sundlov, 301st Operations Group Commander

Colonel David D. Sundlov is the Commander, 301st Operations Group, 301st Fighter Wing, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. He is responsible for the training, equipping, mobilizing and deploying of combat-ready Airmen in support of our nation’s wartime missions. The unit is equipped with the F-16C+ Fighting Falcon. Lieutenant
Lt. Col. Trina R. Hood
Colonel Trina R. Hood, 301st Mission Support Group Commander

Col. Trina R. Hood is Commander 301st Mission Support Group, Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. The 301 MSG is comprised of six squadrons and five civilian departments with more than 650 Reserve, Active Guard Reserve (AGR), and civilian personnel. The 301 MSG provides in-garrison and agile combat support through aerial port,