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  • 428th FS “Buccaneers” participate in Red Flag 21-2

    The 428th Fighter Squadron’s Peace Carvin V is participating in exercise Red Flag 21-2, March 8 - 19, 2021 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. Red Flag is an advanced combat aerial training scenario designed to refine capabilities of military aircrew by offering a realistic training environment. This exercise includes approximately 1,900 targets, realistic threat systems and aircraft from the 64th Aggressor Squadron who replicate near-peer adversary tactics.
  • Raging Gunfighter creates multi-capable Airmen

    Personnel, exhausted from a hard day’s work, turned in early - preparing for the following days to come. The exercise, dubbed as “Raging Gunfighter”, had only begun. Airmen would need to work together as a team to sustain their living for nearly a week. Raging Gunfighter tested the capabilities of Airmen to deploy at a moment’s notice, Feb. 1 - 4, to Dugway Proving Grounds, Utah.
  • Being Multi-Capable: 366th FW Airmen train for Raging Gunfighter

    Teamwork, communication, adaptability and a drive to learn is what is required to participate in Raging Gunfighter, an exercise that tests the Airmen’s ability to be effective in a deployed environment.
  • Gunfighters use VR to create multi-capable Airmen

    It's your first day on the new job and you are headed to the flightline to begin your training. It’s unbearably loud; roaring jets taking flight, tools clanking together, Airmen shouting over the sound of engines.
  • 19th AW supports CAF in Agile Flag 21-1

    Airmen from the 19th Airlift Wing flew to Eglin Air Force Base, Florida, October 26-27, to participate in Agile Flag 21-1, showcasing distributed operations and testing agile combat employment capabilities.
  • A historian to remember

    A woman sporting a black shirt and joggers with short brown hair held in place with silver butterfly hair pins scribbles away in a bright red notebook. Standing there, in a patch of grass, she places her hand over her brow to block the sun from her eyes. As she looks around she finds herself surrounded by uniformed Airmen, tan tents, military grade technology and the 100% humidity of the Florida coastline. She doesn’t exactly fit any military stereotypes.
  • Agile Flag 21-1: A chief's perspective

    Agile Flag 21-1 is an experimental exercise that is testing the capability of a lead Wing level A-staff to employ mission generation, command and control, and base operating support elements from the MOAB, while supporting a forward operating base at Hurlburt Field, Florida, and a contingency location at Eglin AFB, Florida. Chief MSgt. Emily Masic, the superintendent for the 366th Fighter Wing A-staff, with her team by her side work together to bring about the change that the Air Force needs to guarantee the safety of the nation and its future.
  • Chaplaincy brings VR to Agile Flag 21-1

    The 366th Fighter Wing Chaplaincy are also using Agile Flag 21-1 to try test the implementation of virtual reality (VR) as a resiliency tool for Airmen.
  • ACC to conduct experiment testing agility and lead wing concepts during AGILE FLAG 21-1

    Air Combat Command will conduct an experiment known as Agile Flag 21-1 from Oct. 21-29 to test agile combat employment and a new lead wing deployment concept. During Agile Flag 21-1, the 366th Fighter Wing from Mountain Home AFB, Idaho, will test its ability to deploy as a lead Air Expeditionary Wing with a wing-level air staff. The unit will employ mission generation, command and control, and base operating support elements from its main operating base at Tyndall AFB, Florida, while supporting a forward operating base at Hurlburt Field, Florida, and a contingency location at Eglin AFB, Florida.
  • Pit stop! Gunfighters quick-turn F-15Es with ICT exercise

    With tires changed and a full fuel tank, the simultaneous work of the pit crew pays off - the wheels hit the ground running and the race resumes in a matter of seconds. Like the National Association for Race Car Auto Racing (NASCAR), the 366th Fighter Wing placed and pulled chocks Oct. 7, 2020, as they raced against time to put F-15E Strike Eagles back into the air.
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