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  • Long Ranger Roundup: November in photos

    All eyes were on the 307th Bomb Wing in November. It was a month of tours as middle school student, civic leaders, and even our own Airmen learned more about the mission of the wing and the Air Force Reserve. We also remembered our fallen and celebrated career milestones.

  • Long Ranger Roundup: September in Photos

    The Reserve Citizen Airmen of the 307th Bomb Wing stayed in the spotlight this September. They conducted flyovers for football games at the University of Texas and Louisiana Tech University on this side of the globe and made it over to the Czech Republic to participate in NATO Days. But they never

  • 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

  • Long Ranger Roundup: April in photos

    April found Reserve Citizen Airmen across the wing readying for global missions and gaining recognition for their efforts. As always, the units Formal Training Unit mission rolled on, graduating it's latest class of B-52 Stratofortress aviators.

  • Long Ranger Roundup: November in photos

    The 307th Bomb participated in Global Thunder 2022 and a Bomber Task Force mission in Europe during November. Back at Barksdale, it kept up with training demands and COVID-19 mitigation efforts.

  • Long Ranger Roundup: September in Photos

    September found the 307th Bomb Wing operating everywhere from Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana to the Arctic Circle. From teaching STARBASE students rocketry to launching B-1 Lancers on global Bomber Task Force missions, our Long Rangers seemed to be everywhere at once.

  • Long Ranger Roundup: June in photos

    The 307th Bomb Wing got off to a busy start, welcoming back most of its Reserve Citizen Airmen through two unit training assemblies. The Airmen worked to complete the mission while observing social distancing guidelines, adjusting to the conditions created by the COVID-19 pandemic. From Barksdale

  • Long Ranger Roundup: January in photos

    The 307th Bomb Wing bid some long time members farewell, while greeting returning alumni from Operation Senior Surprise.  As usual, the day-to-day activities of the unit kept rolling along.