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  • 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.

  • 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,

  • 93rd Bomb Squadron gains new commander

    A large group of Reserve Citizen Airmen, active-duty Airmen and civilian personnel gathered to watch Lt. Col. Aaron Hedrick take command of the 93rd Bomb Squadron during a ceremony here, Oct. 18.

  • 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

  • B-52 Formal Training Unit keeps pipeline full despite pandemic

    The 93rd Bomb Squadron has pushed forward on its mission here, graduating 30 new B-52 Stratforfortress aircrew during April and maintaining a steady pipeline of initial, upgrade, and re-qualification candidates even in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The 93rd Bomb Squadron, an Air Force Reserve

  • Gen. Ray tours 2nd BW, fosters competition culture in Airmen

    Gen. Tim Ray, Air Force Global Strike Command commander, toured the 2nd Bomb Wing during an official visit Oct. 8. Although AFGSC is headquartered at Barksdale, this was Ray’s first official visit since taking command in August 2018. Ray’s wife, Rhonda, also took time to tour the base and interact

  • July Long Ranger Roundup

    The 307th Bomb Wing stayed busy during the month of July, both on and off Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana.  Members of the unit met with Word War II alumni from the 307th Bomb Group (Heavy) during their reunion and learned more about efforts to find and repatriate remains of Long Rangers from