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  • New joint BADC team ensures PSAB security from UAS threats

    As unmanned aerial systems become a more ubiquitous feature of the battlefield across the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility, so does the need for innovative thinking and advanced technology to protect U.S. military and Royal Saudi Air Force personnel and critical resources.To help secure

  • 307th Medical Squadron gains new commander

    The 307th Medical Squadron welcomed a new commander, Lt. Col. Daniel McPherson, during a change of command ceremony held Saturday, September 10, 2022, at Hoban Hall, here.The Louisiana State University grad earned a direct commission in 2006. McPherson has served as commander for the 307th Dental

  • B-52, party of four

    The B-52 Stratofortress Formal Training Unit , operated by the 93rd and 11th Bomb Squadrons here, is scheduled to graduate its first class of air crew this fall using the new curriculum designed to fly the B-52 with four people instead of five.

  • September Enlisted Promotions

    The 307th Bomb Wing is pleased to announce the following enlisted promotions for the rank indicated below, effective Sept. 1, 2022. Senior Master Sgt. Brock FlintSenior Master Sgt. Robert PerryMaster Sgt. Felicia GaytanMaster Sgt. Caroyn FloresTech. Sgt. Antonio ZinckTech. Sgt. Jared StewartTech.

  • Long Ranger Roundup

    The 307th Bomb Wing battled the dog days of summer throughout August, enduring temperatures over 100 degrees at both Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana and Dyess AFB, Texas. Despite the high temperatures, the wing's Airmen still managed to make history, landing the first B-52 Stratofortress in

  • Hurricane prep: Know your plan

    The Gulf Coast is in the peak of hurricane season, so having an action plan for when storms strike is essential for both base and area residents.

  • 307th Bomb Wing announces enlisted promotions

    The 307th Bomb Wing is pleased to announce the following Reserve Citizen have been promoted to the rank indicated below, effective Aug. 1, 2022. Senior Master Sgt. Jerry BaysSenior Master Sgt. Jonathan RiderMaster Sgt. Justin MillsMaster Sgt. Tiffany ElledgeTech Sgt. Matthew WeissStaff Sgt. Wilson

  • 307th Bomb Wing completes water survival training

    The worst case scenario of ejecting over open water is never expected, but if it does occur aircrew and aeromedical personnel from 307th Bomb Wing are prepared to survive. Airmen traveled from Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana to the Florida coast to participate in Water Survival Training (WST)

  • Long Ranger Roundup: July in photos

    The heat was on in July for Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 307th Bomb Wing at Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana. In spite of temperatures regularly soaring over 100 degrees, they managed to keep the mission going. Airmen across the wing participated in filming for the upcoming 10th Air Force

  • Full-time first sergeant role makes big impact on 307th Bomb Wing

    Master Sgt. Kaitlin Schaeffer has had positive impact on the 307th Bomb Wing since becoming the unit's first full-time first sergeant. The move to full-time first sergeants is an Air Force Reserve Command initiative designed to promote resiliency among it Reserve Citizen Airmen.