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  • 301 FW progressing through the new normal

    Ensuring wing Airmen get the required training to learn and progress is essential to maintaining mission readiness. Likewise, the education and training office also had to learn and progress to maintain theirs according to CDC and wing commander guidance. In this feature, we highlight the 301 FW E&T

  • 301 FW LRS warrior keeps mission moving

    The 301st Fighter Wing Logistics Readiness Squadron is responsible for the wing’s logistics planning, vehicle operations, vehicle maintenance, fuels, supply, and traffic management. In this feature, we highlight Tech. Sgt. Shawn Bailey, 301 FW LRS special purpose vehicle maintenance non-commissioned

  • 301 FW warrior leaves first sergeant legacy

    After 22 years of service, Senior Master Sgt. Mary Staffeld, 301st Fighter Wing Aircraft Maintenance Squadron first sergeant, completed her military journey during her retirement ceremony here on October 3. One of her lasting legacies in her 15 years with the 301 FW, will be her impact as a first

  • Response Team Improves Mission Readiness

    The new initiative, the Traumatic Stress Response Team (TSRT), aims to help the 301st Fighter Wing become more ready and proficient in taking care of Airmen and their families.

  • 301 FW EM Airman excels, manages emergencies

    This month's feature highlights one of our Airmen from the wing's emergency management office. Senior Airman Lawrence Johnson has been an essential member of the team, in training and real-world response, keeping the 301st Fighter Wing mission operational and its wing family safe.

  • 301 FW staff judge advocate, legal team provides disciplined, ready force

    Working as a team while fitting into the overall mission is the key to wing success. The 301st Fighter Wing Judge Advocate office is no different as they do their part for the 301 FW mission—to train and deploy combat-ready Airmen. All of the things they do for Airmen help support a disciplined,

  • Recruiting, finding the best of the best

    The recruiting squadron directly shapes the Air Force’s future and its 21st century Airmen in a way unlike any other career field can. This feature highlights how the Fort Worth Recruiting flight chief and her staff meet the numerous RS challenges creatively, expertly, and head on.

  • A family who serves together, stays together

    It takes each unit within the 301st Fighter Wing doing their part to get the overall mission accomplished. Just like the wing, one 301 FW family personifies how the individuals come together for the bigger picture.

  • USAFA cadet interns with 301 MXG

    Under an internship program for U.S. Air Force Academy cadets, students can apply to choose which unit and profession they want to observe with the approval of their commanding air officer. One cadet experienced the Air Force Reserve F-16 Fighting Falcon mission first-hand during an internship with

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