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  • Inspections lead to wing readiness

    The 301st Fighter Wing mission--to train and deploy combat ready Airmen--is something that happens every day in Fort Worth, Texas. All the training and preparation must be done correctly and according to the Air Force standards. This feature highlights the team that is directly tied to how the wing's succeeds and improves. The 301st Fighter Wing Inspector General of Inspections is charged with the crucial role of not only managing the Commander's Inspection Program but also process evaluation while constantly looking for continuous mission readiness improvement.
  • An in-depth look at deployment readiness

    The Installation Deployment Readiness Cell (IDRC) is the 301st Fighter Wing's focal point for all things concerning deployments. In this feature story, members of the cell give us a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into the planning and execution of helping our Airmen get out the door when the call is made.
  • Leading the wing's defenders

    As Law Enforcement Week recently concluded, we wanted to highlight another one of the wing’s warriors who not only serves within that community but also understand the balance needed in the Reserve triad: 301 FW Security Forces Squadron Commander Lt. Col. Anthony Carter, who is also the assistant chief deputy at the Collin County Sheriff’s Office. He discusses his journey and tells us about his Airmen, who are also known as Defenders, as we get to know him better.
  • Leading the way for defenders of the wing

    The 301st Security Forces Squadron is vital to the wing's mission. In this feature story, Senior Master Sgt. Theodis James Jr. discusses the squadron's goals, his goals as the superintendent and how they combine with each other to meet the ultimate goal to train and deploy combat ready Airmen.
  • Making an impact on civilian and military lives

    In this feature, 301st Fighter Wing civilian personnel officer Bailey Parker explains what goes into equipping the wing with their most valuable resource and the motivation behind it.
  • Airman finds new way to give back

    In this personality feature, Maj. Jeremy Mabry talks about his journey from being a pilot to becoming a Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program victim advocate, and the life event that changed his perspective forever.
  • April Spotlight: Senior Airman Cameron Bailey

    The April edition of the Fighter Line Spotlight highlights Senior Airmen Cameron Bailey, Advanced Integrated Avionics Specialist Journeyman 44th Fighter Group Maintenance Squadron. He also recently graduated from Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. Airman Leadership School as a Commandant’s Award Nominee and Distinguished Graduate this year. This spotlight features the Reserve Citizen Airmen who impact the wing while getting to know them better.
  • March Spotlight: Ms. Anna Hendrickson

    The March edition of the Fighter Line Spotlight highlights Ms. Anna Hendrickson, 301st Fighter Wing Staff Agency unit deployment. This spotlight features the Reserve Citizen Airmen who impact the wing while getting to know them better.
  • February Spotlight: Tech. Sergeant Hector Gonzalez

    The February edition of the Fighter Line Spotlight highlights Tech. Sgt. Hector Gonzalez, 24th Fighter Squadron medical operations non-commissioned officer in charge. This spotlight features the Reserve Citizen Airmen who impact the wing while getting to know them better.
  • 457th Fighter Squadron honors Capt. Harkness

    On Friday, Jan. 31, 2020, the 457th Fighter Squadron honored Capt. Harkness with a flyover during his internment ceremony at the DFW Memorial Cemetery, where he was laid to rest with full military honors. He served in Vietnam as a helicopter pilot in the elite 20th Special Operations Squadron, known throughout the region as “The Pony Express.” These pilots flew clandestine missions throughout Laos and North Vietnam, Asia.
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