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  • 307th CES Helps Iowa Educators Touch the Future

    Iowa is known for vast corn fields and small towns, but if you look closely, in the middle of all that lies a state-of-the-art STEM center that could revolutionize how students learn.Members of the 307th Bomb Wing Civil Engineer Squadron traveled to Woodbine,Iowa, to partner with the Department of

  • A Trophy Team: 307th Bomb Wing Maintainers take home AFRC Honors

    Senior Master Sgt. Jonathan Rider always seems to be smiling.Maybe it’s because he gets to supervise the 707th Maintenance Squadron’s Load Crew #1 here. The group, consisting of Master Sgt. Ruey Cooper, II, Tech. Sgt. Jerome Gooden, Tech. Sgt. Uriel Vargas and Staff Sgt. Erin Williamson recently

  • Total Force Protection

    At Prince Sultan Air Base one uniform dawns all that stand sentry at the U.S. gates. Where American Airmen and Soldiers defend side by side united under one flag and distinguished only by their emblems and some thread. Watching the air from windowless towers and patrolling the land in steel packs.

  • 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.

  • 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