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  • The less known pulse of PSAB: 378 ECONS enables PSAB evolution

    The 378th Expeditionary Contracting Squadron’s acquisitions enabled the work to bring PSAB to its full operational capability.
  • Five faces of SFS Operations provide multi-layered defense

    Al Dhafra Air Base, located on the Arabian Peninsula in the United Arab Emirates, is key to ensuring stability in the Middle East by delivering decisive airpower, defending the region, and developing relationships with coalition partners. The security of its assets and personnel is critical to the successful execution of these missions. This responsibility lies with the 380th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron and its unique teams of experienced defenders.
  • 386th ELRS expedites rations time from pallet to warfighter

    Airmen assigned to the 386th ELRS cargo processing team ensure that 15 to 30 thousand pounds of water, food, and MREs are delivered across the area of responsibility to military members in need.
  • JTAC supports DASMAN SHIELD 20; Air Force air to ground command control seen first-hand

    DASMAN SHIELD is a bi-lateral military-to-military live fire artillery exercise designed to strengthen interoperability and expand capabilities between U.S. and Kuwaiti air and land assets while simultaneously providing training on techniques and procedures in potential real-world contingencies.
  • Projecting Airpower: JSTARS join aircraft utilizing PSAB to modernize employment for future

    Members of the E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System (JSTARS) assigned to the 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron at Al Udeid Air Base, Qatar, forward deployed to PSAB in order to improve its employment capability in the region.
  • PSAB exercises ICT capabilities

    A U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon rests on the flight line at Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, March 9, 2020. Airmen at PSAB, practiced hot refueling and loading munitions to ensure rapid return to the skies during combat. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Giovanni Sims)
  • F-15E Strike Eagle Nose Art

    When the 389th Fighter Squadron arrived at the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, not one of their F-15E Strike Eagles were displaying nose art. However, with the work of one Airman, this has changed to ensure the aircrew will return home with designs on their noses and stronger bonds between them. Nose Art dates well into World War I and became more embellished in World War II to help bring the warfighters a taste of home, a memory, place, significant other, or motto. With a passion for art and design, an airman in the fighter squadron took the lead to create and transform the nose art for the squadron.
  • AASAB Airmen, Italian partners strengthen partnership via immersion

    Airmen from the 386th Air Expeditionary Wing and the Italian Air Force’s Task Group Typhoon participated in a new immersion program hosted by the 407th Air Expeditionary Group, Feb. 19, 2020, at Ahmed Al Jaber Air Base, Kuwait. The immersion program allows both forces to meet and discuss each nation’s mission strategies while enhancing their skills.
  • ECONS build strong foundation for ASAB and honor WHM

    The predominantly female flights of the 386th ECONS took time between working in the background to talk more in-depth about their jobs, working in a female dominant deployed environment and what Women’s History Month means to them.
  • 20th AMXS reorganizes to increase agility, readiness

    Some things never change, but the 20th Fighter Wing is not one of them. As the Air Force works to bring the future faster and develop innovative new ways to increase the agility and lethality of its people, units and tactics, so does its premier suppression of enemy air defenses wing.
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