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  • Afghanistan

    As recent developments overseas can stir-up potential emotions for military members and veterans, 301 FW Commander Col. Allen Duckworth shares some words with his Airmen.

  • READINESS: A Commentary by Lt. Gen. Richard Scobee

    On September 11, 2021, we will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on our nation. Across the world, people will pause and reflect on where they were when they heard the news, or watched events unfold in real time.

  • Meet your 301 FW LRS key spouse: CharlySue

    In this commentary, meet the 301 FW LRS key spouse volunteer: CharlySue. This Air Force veteran continues her service and looks forward to sharing what she has learned with our service members and their families. The Air Force Key Spouse Program is an official Air Force Unit Family Readiness Program

  • Upcoming Physical Fitness Assessment Procedures/Projected Changes

    In January 2022 the Air Force Physical Fitness Assessment (PFA) will be updated to include component options for testing. For the next 6 months leading up the new assessment system, the official PFA will include the 1.5 mile run/2km walk, 1 minute of pushups and 1 minute of sit-ups.

  • June is PTSD Awareness Month

    Not all wounds are visible especially when it comes to post traumatic stress disorders. 301 FW Director of Psychological Health Mary Arnold shares information from the Invisible Wounds Initiative as June is PTSD awareness month.

  • SAPR and Suicide Prevention Training: 2021

    Good Day Members of the 301st Fighter Wing!The past year of social distancing has impacted us all.  For many of us, one of the most significant impacts is the feeling of isolation that has arisen from social distancing.  These feelings of disconnection and the risks that they pose are among the many

  • Invest in your mental health

    301st Fighter Wing Director of Psychological Health Ms. Mary Arnold reminds us of the importance of investing in ourselves in order to remain healthy. She shares ideas for physical, social, spiritual, and mental wellness to help us balance through the stressors of daily life.

  • Volunteer Victim Advocates welcome

    April is Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month! As SAPR program members and victim advocates, we’d like to take this opportunity to explain a little more about sexual assault victim advocacy, the duties we perform and how to get involved if you’d like serve others in this capacity.

  • Military, civil service career is a team sport!

    Accomplishing the military mission takes tremendous effort from the people who pledge to serve yet those same people don't serve alone. 301st Fighter Wing Process Manager Stephanie Williams shares the value of the people in her life who allowed--and still allow--her to serve this nation.

  • My weakest “yes,” was my most courageous step

    One 301st Fighter Wing Reserve Citizen Airman shares how joining the U.S. Air Force Reserve helped her discover and develop resilient skill sets which strengthened her being despite living through abuse.