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  • Tech. Sgt. Jose Ojeda: 20 years of determined service

    Every 301st Fighter Wing Reserve Citizen Airmen has a story behind the uniform and brings a unique life experience to the U.S. Air Force Reserve Command. Many of the jobs these same Airmen perform might not be ‘high visibility’ in nature but are no less important because it takes every member of the

  • 301 FW hosts wing's first ever First Term Airmen Course

    When someone raises their right hand to answer the nation’s call, the transition from civilian life to military life can be filled with many unknowns. Whether it’s Active Duty or the Air Force Reserve, the First Term Airmen Course (FTAC) is designed to help share the resources which are available to

  • 101 Critical Days of Summer

    With the heat of the summer months upon us, there are some things we can do to mitigate risks associated with fun in the sun featured in this reminder of the 101 Critical Days of Summer.

  • All about the Airmen

    The 301st Fighter Wing Mission Support Group has the wing’s most dynamic mission set consisting of six squadrons and five civilian departments containing more than 650 Reserve, Active Guard Reserve, and civilian personnel. One Airman, Chief Master Sgt. Richard Walker, 301 FW MSG superintendent plays

  • Chief Chasteen: 32 years of military service

    After 32 years of service, Chief Master Sgt. Tommy Chasteen, 73d Aerial Port Squadron chief enlisted manager, completed his military journey during his retirement ceremony here on February 6, 2021. Col. Gavin Tade, 10th Air Force Standardization and Evaluation Division chief, presided over the

  • 301 FW MDS pharmacy tech dispenses service, mentorship

    The 301st Fighter Wing Medical Squadron is comprised of numerous sections and their motto--One Team, One Fight--points to the ultimate goal of keeping their Airmen healthy, ready and in the fight. One of those sections is charged with the responsibility for interpreting, filling, and distributing

  • 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

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