• 301 FW Operations Group welcomes new commander

    Members of the 301st Fighter Wing Operations Group welcomed Col. Benjamin “Marsa” Harrison as their new commander, June 6, 2021, at U.S. Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas. 301 FW Commander Col. Allen Duckworth presided over the ceremony.

  • 301 FW members accelerate innovation, change in customer service

    In an effort to support Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr. 's “Accelerate Change or Lose” strategic approach and accompanying Action Orders to find innovative ways to implement new programs and processes to accelerate change, the 301st Fighter Wing is using awarded Squadron

  • 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

  • Forging Ahead in Cyberspace: Empowering Airmen in a Post-COVID 19 World

    Before the COVID-19 pandemic began infiltrating every aspect of American life, the 51st Network Operations Squadron was formulating a strategy designed to harness the innate talents of its Cyber Warriors and emerge from the crisis stronger, faster and more capable than ever.When social distancing

  • Reserve Numbered AF commanders meet for Pre-ESG Huddle

    Preparing for an Executive Steering Group (ESG), the commanders from the 10th Air Force, 4th Air Force and 22ndAir Force met for a Pre-ESG huddle Oct. 28-29 at Naval Air Station Fort Worth Joint Reserve Base, Texas. This was the first time ever all three NAF commanders met prior to an ESG. During

  • Reserve Citizen Airmen, Marines complete Tropic Koa ACE

    More than 270 Reserve Citizen Airmen and active-duty members return from the 442d Fighter Wing led exercise Tropic Koa ACE, a three-week joint readiness training held Feb. 11 - March 2 at Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay, Marine Corps Base Hawaii. During the three-week exercise, A-10 pilots