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  • Bronze Star service, a family legacy

    The greatest resource within the Air Force Reserve is its Airmen and we highlight an amazing Reserve Citizen Airman from the 44th Fighter Group, Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., with an amazing story, which spans generations. The 44 FG is a classic associate unit of the 301st Fighter Wing.

  • 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

  • 301 FW base civil engineers build lasting impact every day

    Visitors to U.S. Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, enjoy the various structures, airfields and utilities, but may not give much thought about how they came to be, or what it takes to maintain them. The 301st Fighter Wing Base Civil Engineers are responsible for all Air Force

  • 301 FW MXG MOC undergoes overhaul, turns new leaf

    The 301st Fighter Wing's Maintenance Operations Center maintains the status of the F-16 Fighting Falcon fleeter and are responsible for providing the number of aircraft available to do any mission. This MXG shop, which is consists of Reserve Citizen and Active Duty Airmen, has recently made some

  • 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 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.

  • 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.

  • 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