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  • Dirty Jobs, CATM edition

    It’s easy to forget everyone’s impact in the big Air Force mission of “Fly, fight and win – airpower anytime, anywhere”, especially while working in a back shop on the flightline, or in an office where they sit behind a computer and answer phones all day. Despite how some may feel about their

  • 2021 Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Recognition Award Winners

    The Davis Monthan Air Force Base Community Action Team (CAT), a collaboration of the 355th Wing Staff Helping Agencies, won the 2021 Department of Defense Suicide Prevention Recognition Award by rallying total force Airmen and families toward preventing suicide and creating resilience across the

  • 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

  • 355th MUNS builds bombs and comradery

    355th Munitions Squadron Airmen conducted training starting early April 2022, to prepare for the upcoming Air Force Combat Operations Competition.

  • A new belonging

    Patriotism is not something someone is born with and it should not be demanded, it is something that is felt and earned. Some get it at a young age while others discover it later on in life. Sometimes, all it takes is a dramatic life change.For two 355th Contracting Squadron contracting specialists,

  • People of Heritage Flight Training Course

    DM hosted Air Combat Command’s Heritage Flight Training Course in Tucson, Arizona, from March 2–6, 2022. This 5-day course is supported by the entire base to ensure HFTC prepares its members of the four ACC single-ship demonstration teams for their upcoming air show season.

  • 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