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  • 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, despite the on-going COVID 19 pandemic.“The pandemic
  • Going lean: 345th EBS wraps up Bomber Task Force Mission

    Go lean or go home. That was the strategy adopted by leadership of the 345th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron when the call went out in late July for B-1B Lancers to accomplish an emergent Bomber Task Force mission out of Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. The unit, based at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, took fewer than 60 Reserve and active-duty Airmen from the 307th Bomb Wing and 7th BW in support of the BTF.
  • B-1B Lancers cross Arctic Circle to train with Nordic allies

    The 345th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, a total force integration unit comprised of Reserve Citizen Airmen from the 307th Bomb Wing and the 7th Bomb Wing, flew B-1B Lancers conducted training with the Norwegian air force, crossing the North Pole to accomplish the mission. It is the first time in recent memory the bomber has crossed directly over the North Pole.
  • 345th EBS takes part in Global BTF mission

    Reserve Citizen Airmen and their active-duty counterparts in the 345th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron took part in an extensive Bomber Task Force mission yesterday, which included integrating with NATO Allies and partners’ fighter jets. The mission flew over multiple geographic regions near the eastern-most portion of Europe and the western-most
  • 345th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron begins BTF mission

    Three B-1 Lancers operated by Airmen of the 345th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas arrived at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, after conducting an initial sortie in the European theater Sept. 10 in support of a Bomber Task Force mission.
  • 307th Bomb Wing bombers return to Barksdale

    Nine B-52 Stratofortress bombers assigned to the 307th Bomb Wing returned to Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana on Aug. 28 after leaving the base to avoid Hurricane Laura.The jets left the base earlier in the week, seeking a haven from the storm at various military installations in Texas, according to Col. David Anderson, 307th Operations Group
  • Long Ranger Resilience: When a door closes, a window opens

    Col. David Anderson's military career was almost ended before it even got started. But a resiliency mindset and can-do attitude allowed him to overcome those challenges.
  • The Next Big Thing? Barksdale Training Next edges toward the future

    Maj. Mark Budgeon developed Barksdale Training Next as a comprehensive training system to help individualize instruction for B-52 students while helping instructors improve training through data gathering and analysis.
  • Revolutionizing Aircrew training through virtual reality

    A new virtual reality trainer is one step closer to potentially transforming the way B-52 Stratofortress student pilots train for combat. The Virtual Reality Procedures Trainer, released during a milestone demonstration of its capabilities July 7 at StrikeWerx in Bossier City, Louisiana, may even change the entire Air Force bomber community’s approach to training.
  • 16 year journey: Master Sgt. to officer

    2nd Lt. Russell Moyer, assigned as a 307th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron officer, has never let hardships limit him from achieving his goals. Even when faced with barriers, he continued to persist and sharpen his leadership skills in order to take care of those around him.
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