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  • 301 FW AMXS Load Crews compete to win

    Evaluators observed as four competing, three-person AMXS load crews loaded weapons on their respective F-16 Fighting Falcon. The crews moved quickly, while maintaining a strict attention to detail, speed, safety, and proficiency, with hopes of winning the 301 FW’s load crew of the year.

  • Helping Airmen through tough times

    Taking care of the Airmen who take care of the 301st Fighter Wing mission--to train and deploy combat-ready Airmen--is the wing's main priority and it takes everyone doing their jobs to meet that goal. Master Sgt. David Flores, 301 FW Operations Group first sergeant, describes why he chose the path

  • 301 FW Finance Office stands among AFRC's best

    Warriors,Please join me in congratulating our wing's financial management shop for bringing home several of the 2020 FM and Comptroller Air Force Reserve Command awards!  Major General Alfred K. Flowers Comptroller Organization of the Year: 301st Fighter Wing Financial Management  Major General

  • Spads and Leaping Tigers train, stand ready

    F-16 pilots from the 457th and 24th Fighter Squadrons assigned to the 301st Fighter Wing, U.S. Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, conducted a two week training exercise over the north Texas skies in order to accomplish established training objectives from August 3 through August

  • Spads Honor Fallen POW, F-16 Program Founder

    F-16 pilots assigned to the 457th Fighter Squadron, 301st Fighter Wing, performed a "missing man" formation memorial flyover at Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery to honor POW and F-16 program founder, Brigadier General Lyle Cameron on August 7. One of the six prototypes Cameron initiated was the

  • The 457th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron continues TSP in Romania

    The 457th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron, 301st Fighter Wing, Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, continues to operate as a rotational presence out of the 71st Air Base, Campia Turzii, Romania, for a Theater Security Package after changing over their operations section last month.

  • Education is power

    The 301st Fighter Wing education office invites higher learning to NAS Fort Worth JRB, Texas in order to educate and connect service members from multiple branches, as well as their dependents, with the resources needed to develop their professional military education.

  • A family legacy 70 years in the making

    Seventy years ago, Lenard Ellison made the decision to join the military.“I was 17 and my mother helped me join the Army in August 1947 to get out of the south due to racial tension,” the retired technical sergeant said.

  • 301st Fighter Wing Airmen return home

    Airman from the 301st Fighter Wing returned to Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas, after a six-month deployment to Afghanistan.