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    366th Fighter Wing      

    Mountain Home AFB, ID, US  

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    Snow Removal

    Snow Removal

    01.23.2017 | Photo by Airman Jeremy Wolff
    A snowplow clears the roads of Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, Jan. 23, 2017. This past winter season marks one of the highest record setting...
    Sunset debrief

    Sunset debrief

    10.18.2016 | Photo by Airman Jeremy Wolff
    The 366th Security Forces Squadron emergency services team conducts a debrief at the end of afternoon training Oct. 19, 2016, at Mountain Home Air...

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    Recent News Stories

    Singaporeans welcome new senior-ranking officer

    01.23.2017 | Story by Senior Airman Malissa Lott
    The Peace Carvin V detachment gathered to welcome the new Republic of Singapore Air Force senior-ranking officer during a change of assignment ceremony here, Jan. 17. RSAF Lt. Col. Oon Kok Choon, the head of Flying Training Branch - Air Training Department assumed the position from Senior Lt. Col. Tham Yeow Min.

    Squadrons go head-to-head in 366th MXG weapons load...

    10.19.2016 | Story by Airman Jeremy Wolff
    Three airmen scramble to their places with lightning speed and proficiency while classic rock pulsates in the background, setting a scene reminiscent of something you'd see in "Top Gun". Each of them has a specific role to play, without all of them at their absolute best the team fails. They're not the only ones racing to a quick finish.

    A Fallen Comrade, A Remembered Friend

    10.18.2016 | Story by Airman 1st Class Connor Marth
    “It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived.” — General George S. Patton From the moment we could form opinions, courageous men and women have risked it all for their beliefs. They take a stand to defend something larger than themselves. Unfortunately, Some fall as they defend their ideals. We celebrate these fallen friends as heroes long after their departure.

    Doing your best no matter what

    09.17.2016 | Story by Senior Airman Lauren-Taylor Levin
    Difficult times can bring out the very best in people — war, a loss of a friend and even more. The U.S. Air Force has a tradition of honor, and a legacy of valor stretching back long before it was even called the Air Force. For retired Chief Master Sgt. Bill Gornik, this meant answering his nation’s call as an airman of the Army Air Corps in World War II.

    Recent Audio

    Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace

    Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace

    10.25.2012 | Courtesy Audio
    Master Sgt. Kevin Wallace, Waldorf, MD., talks to a Maryland Independent about becoming a photo journalist after 9 years in the military, training...