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  • Defense Leaders Pledge New Ukraine Support

    Following the Ukraine Defense Contact Group meeting, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said the nations are working together very smoothly to deliver to Ukraine the equipment it needs to defend its citizens and expel Russia from its borders.

  • Packing the Perfect Parachute: 307th Bomb Wing Airman earns AFRC honor

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Carter Harris, assigned to the 307th Operations Support Squadron, earned Air Force Reserve Command honors as the Aircrew Flight Equipment Noncommissioned Officer of the Year for 2022.Harris oversees the parachute section’s activities and trains Airmen to meet the highly-set

  • 307th Bomb Wing inducts new honorary commander

    A crowd of Reserve Citizen Airmen and local civic leaders welcomed Eric Barkley as the new 307th Bomb Wing honorary commander during an induction ceremony here, Jan. 7, 2023.Barkley took an immersion tour of the wing and expressed his gratitude for the chance to serve the day prior to his

  • February Enlisted Promotions

    The 307th Bomb Wing is pleased to announce the following Reserve Citizen Airmen are promoted to the rank indicated below, effective Feb. 1, 2023. Senior Master Sgt. Joshua GilmoreMaster Sgt. Linus WaltonMaster Sgt. Nicholas SwansonMaster Sgt. William SlaughterMaster Sgt. Nathan EhardtTech. Sgt. Todd

  • 2022 Year in Review

    2022 is officially over, but it’s impact still remains.  From deployments to Agile Crew Employment, the 307th Bomb Wing made its presence felt globally. Here are links to some of the top stories from the year that was:The 307th Command Post takes home more awards307th Bomb Wing implements

  • Training the Human Weapons System: B-52 FTU adopts innovative CRAFT program

    It cost $9.7 million to train a B-52 Stratofortress pilot, according to a 2019 RAND Corporation study.But until recently, there was no scientific, holistic program at Barksdale Air Force Base designed to ensure that aircrew functioned at maximum cognitive and physical capacity.That changed earlier