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  • Long Ranger Roundup: May in photos

    The 307th Bomb Wing adapted to advance the mission throughout May.  Members of the 307th Medical Squadron continued to serve in New York, helping to battle the on-going COVID-19 pandemic.  Other Reserve Citizen Airmen learned to train under new Center for Disease Control guidelines, practicing

  • Spirit of B-26 Marauder lives on at Barksdale

    Three B-52 Stratofortress crew chiefs at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana named their jet after a B-26 Marauder that flew more combat missions than any other U.S. aircraft in World War II.

  • Long Ranger Roundup: March in photos

    Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 307th Bomb Wing treat the COVID-19 pandemic like any bad actor.  They used brains and brawn to stay safe and stay in the fight. Throughout the month of March, the Long Rangers kept training, working and flying to achieve the mission.   

  • 307th Bomb Wing hold annual GatorFest

    The 307th Bomb Wing held its annual GatorFest celebration during the November unit training assembly. The event honors outstanding maintainers from the 307th Maintenance Group, the 307th Maintenance Squadron and the 707th MXS.

  • Laser Guided Bombs back in the belly of the B-52

    Reserve Citizen Airmen and active-duty Airmen teamed up to test Laser-Guided Bomb Units on the Conventional Rotary Launcher. It is the first step in trying to use the munitions from the bomb bay of the jet. It has been a decade since they were last employed in this manner.

  • 307th Maintainers help test squadron demonstrate new naval mine technology

    Reserve Citizen Airmen assigned to the 307th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron here assisted the 49th Test and Evaluation Squadron in using a B-52 Stratofortress to demonstrate the Quickstrike 64-Extended Range (QS-ER) naval mine project out of Joint Base Pearl Harbor- Hickam, Hawaii during the week of

  • It’s all mines

    As he moved munitions around the bay unstrapping and re-strapping them to trailers, Airman 1st Class Elliot Broger, a conventional weapons maintainer assigned to the 2nd Munitions Squadron, knew that the job he was performing was fairly average for an ammo maintainer. But he also knew his mission