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  • 355th CMS: pods, pods, pods

    The 355th Component Maintenance Squadron's Avionics Flight at Davis Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona is the home of the Air Forces' largest Centralized Repair Facility for AN/ALQ-188 electronic warfare pods and AN/ALQ-131 electronic attack pods. These pods are used to accelerate pilot training across

  • Fast BRRReak Grand Opening

    The 355th Force Support Squadron held a grand opening ceremony for their brand-new readiness kitchen, Fast BRRReak, at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, July 27, 2022.

  • Bringing Airmen's ideas to life

    Lightning Spark, the 355th Wing Innovation Office, began their mission to shorten the rescue and attack processes, through innovation in July 2021. In June 2022, a charter was signed that officially made the 355th WIO a Wing Staff Agency as well as defined its roles, responsibilities and rules. This

  • Combat Operations Leader Training Course

    The 354th Fighter Squadron (Bulldogs) hosted the Combat Operations Leader Training course at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona, July 13-15, 2022. This course is designed to develop company grade officers and senior non-commissioned officers from Air Combat Command’s Lead Wings into proficient

  • MWD: the beast defender

    U.S. Air Force 355th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog handlers are responsible for caring and training all assigned MWDs to protect and defend military installations by detecting potential explosive ordinances and illegal substances. MWDs are also trained to respond upon command to

  • Multi-capable Air Force

    As an Air Combat Command Lead Wing, conducting regular multi-capable Airmen training ensures the 355th Wing is prepared to take on any task or situation they may encounter while downrange. This two week training includes multiple strategies in entry control point procedures, medical readiness

  • Air, earth, water, but especially fire

    The 355th Wing is continually enhancing the partnership between Davis-Monthan and the local community, but especially when it comes to fighting fire.

  • Operation Ready Eagle improves contingency medical operations

    More than 4,000 Air Combat Command medical personnel are better prepared for crisis, thanks to a series of Operation Ready EAGLE exercises.ACC is the lead command for Installation Medical All Hazards Response and led the way in developing Ready EAGLE. This is an Air Force-level program that has