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  • 343rd Bomb Squadron participates in unique Red Flag exercise

    Members of the 343rd Bomb Squadron, an Air Force Reserve unit, integrated with the 20th Bomb Squadron, an active-duty unit, to participate in Red Flag 21-3 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, earlier this month.Red Flag exercises typically bring together several coalition forces and U.S. service

  • COVID-19 Installation Policy Guidance – Change 14

    Public safety remains of the utmost importance at Barksdale Air Force Base (BAFB). This memorandum supplements reference (a), which renewed BAFB’s Public Health Emergency (PHE) declaration until 5 July 2021 or until I determine public health data indicates the risk for sustained community

  • Secret Squirrels remain unstoppable

    It seems nothing can stop the Secret Squirrels.When they launched Operation Senior Surprise from Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana on Jan. 16, 1991 to begin Operation Desert Storm, these Airmen faced an array of military, geographical and logistical threats. Any of those problems could have ended

  • B-52 Schoolhouse pushes through pandemic

    B-52 Stratofortress Formal Training Unit Class 20-02 graduated during a ceremony here Dec. 4, the final class to graduate this year.The 93rd Bomb Squadron and 11th BS administer the formal training program and continue to supply the Air Force with a timely and steady stream of new B-52 aircrew,

  • Recycle responsibly

    As of Oct. 9, 2020, the Base Recycling Center will update their policy on what is accepted in the on base receptacles.