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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

  • 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.

  • One Final Flight

    Master Sgt. Corey Palmer, an in-flight refueling specialist with the 914th Air Refueling Wing, New York took his final flight on a B-52 Stratofortress with the 307th Bomb Wing, Louisiana, July 10, 2022. Palmer was formerly a B-52 tail gunner; he is one of the last remaining in the United States Air

  • 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)

  • Q&A with the 307th Bomb Wing Chaplain

    Though Capt. Robert Catts, 307th Bomb Wing chaplain, and his military family were never in one place for long during his early life, he found a lifelong home in his faith. Catts enlisted in the U.S. Air Force in 2004 and later joined the Air Force Reserve Command. After 11 years in the reserves, he

  • Flyers Fighting Fires

    It started with a home project gone wrong. U.S. Air Force Maj. Tyler Wilson attempted some electrical work in his outdoor shed that ended with flames and emergency responders in his backyard. After the fire was extinguished and the energy settled, Wilson walked over to the fire chief and asked if

  • Q&A with the new 307th Bomb Wing commander

    When Col. David Anderson took command of the 307th Bomb Wing here May 14th, it marked the latest chapter in a career that started in 1992, turning wrenches on F-16 Fighting Falcons in the Colorado Air National Guard. Since then, he’s had stints on active duty and the Air Force Reserve, chalking up