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Left to right, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Brett Carter, 1st Special Operations Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels environmental safety officer, Airman 1st Class Alfonso Wing, 100th Operations Support Squadron airfield resource manager, Tech. Sgt. Sydney Melton, 100th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron sortie support section chief and resilience training assistant, Staff Sgt. Timothy Andrews, SOLRS NCO in charge of knowledge operations, set up the grill for the resiliency training sponsored barbeque at Zaragoza, Spain, May 24, 2018. The resiliency training and the tools given to continue the lessons once the instructor has left will be a key part to Zaragoza keeping the training going and the Airmen healthy in all aspects. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Lee) Deployed Mildenhall Airmen learn resiliency in Spain
When Spain comes across an Airman’s desk as a deployment location, the first thought may be the luxury of Madrid or the beauty of Barcelona. For those Airmen assigned to the 351st Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron at Zaragoza Air Base, Spain, they were in for an awakening.
0 5/31
2018
A U.S. Airman from the 100th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment shop tacks an oxygen mask to secure the threading of a mask lining at RAF Mildenhall, England, April 24, 2018. The AFE shop is the insurance of the aircrew and keeps emergency kits prepared in case of an in-flight emergency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Lee) RAF Mildenhall saving lives one oxygen mask at a time
When an in-flight emergency happens, the last thing anyone wants to question is the condition of an oxygen mask, which could be the barrier between life and death. The 100th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment shop makes it their goal for that question never to be asked. The AFE shop is the insurance of the aircrew and keeps everything prepared just in case of an emergency.
0 5/09
2018
A U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey assigned to 352d Special Operations Wing passes the air traffic control tower during landing at RAF Mildenhall, England, April 9, 2018. The ever-watching eye of the air traffic controllers from the 100th Operations Support Squadron keeps our skies and aircraft safe. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Lee) RAF Mildenhall ATC: Keeping the skies safe
With 24-hour operations and constant movement on the flightline, air traffic controllers are the guiding voice for all aircraft entering RAF Mildenhall airspace, keeping millions of dollars' worth of aircraft and pilots safe. How do they do it? The ever-watching eyes of the air traffic controllers from the 100th Operations Support Squadron keeps our skies and aircraft safe. They are the backbone to mission success at RAF Mildenhall.
0 4/24
2018
U.S Air Force Airman 1st Class Aaliyah Tucker, 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron petroleum, oil and lubricant fuels distributor poses while pumping a R-11 fuel truck at RAF Mildenhall, England, Jan. 21, 2018. Checks are performed every morning on the trucks, to ensure the lights, the fuels and the sensors are all working properly. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Lee) POL: fueling the mission
RAF MILDENHALL, England – Early every Friday morning, the 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron petroleum, oil and lubricant flight gather around their leadership. Whether day shift or night shift, they stand together and recite the Airman’s Creed, line by line, phrase by phrase, emphasizing what it means to be an Airman and strive to maintain the highest standards every day. The responsibility of ensuring the Bloody Hundredth’s fleet of aircraft, ready to provide unrivaled air refueling across Europe and Africa, is no small feat.
0 3/27
2018
Lt. Col. Stacie Voorhees, left, 100th Communications Squadron commander, and Lt. Col. Carina Harrison, 100th Force Support Squadron commander, pose with their daughters at RAF Mildenhall, England, Feb. 23, 2018. These leaders tell their story on how they surpass the sometimes colliding responsibilities of family and duty. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Lee) Two single parents lead household, squadron
RAF MILDENHALL, England - If it takes a village to raise a child, how can a mom do it on her own while also leading a squadron of more than 100 personnel? Two of RAF Mildenhall’s squadron commanders show how they do it and act as a guiding light for those who think it’s impossible. Leading a squadron of 100 to 550 people at a time can create a collision of priorities; the question is not when will they collide, but how do these leaders surpass the collision?
0 3/14
2018
Members of the Exceptional Family Member Program experience a computerized planetarium system and has specialized projection lenses to provide 360-degree full-dome at RAF Mildenhall, England, Feb. 10, 2018. The science domes has five different shows, and 40 individuals are able to enjoy each presentation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexandria Lee) RAF Mildenhall EFMP families experience live planetarium
The Northside Fitness Center at RAF Mildenhall transformed into a digital planetarium Feb. 10 for a special science event for exceptional family member program families to experience the joy of astronomy, geology and biology in an interactive way. The giant mobile dome was placed in the fitness center to provide a hands on science experience. The mobile science dome is a fully computerized planetarium system and has specialized projection lenses to provide 360-degree, full-dome science shows, which offers a unique learning experience for children and adults.
0 2/13
2018
Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Ronald Ragon and Chaplain (Capt.) Joseph Wright, 100th Air Refueling Wing chaplains, stand in front of CV-22 holding a McCallie School bumper sticker on Dec. 21, 2017 on RAF Mildenhall, England. (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Philip Steiner ) Two stories, one path lead chaplains to RAF Mildenhall
RAF MILDENHALL, England - Whether it was luck, coincidence or pure fate, two U.S. Air Force Chaplains have been following along the same path unknowingly to meet again years later at the RAF Mildenhall base chapel. Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Ronald Ragon and Chaplain (Capt.) Joseph Wright, 100th Air Refueling Wing chaplains, have shared not only two of the same bases throughout their career, they also shared the same seminary school and a high school that shares similar values to the branch they serve.
0 2/03
2018
U.S. Airmen stationed at RAF Lakenheath and RAF Mildenhall march in a Remembrance Day parade in Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk, England, Nov. 12, 2017. Members of the U.S. Air Force and Royal Air Force, civic leaders, military cadets and others also participated. They gathered around the town square with a crowd of supporters to offer prayers and thanks to those soldiers who sacrificed their lives during the wars. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Kelly O'Connor) US Airmen honor fallen at Remembrance Day events
U.S. Airmen from RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath participated in Remembrance Day events in the area Nov. 11-12.
0 11/12
2017
U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Alexandre Rogan, 100th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog handler and trainer, and his partner, MWD Oorion, pose for a photo Oct. 30, 2017, outside the 48th Medical Group on RAF Lakenheath, England.  Rogan was recently accepted to become an officer in the Medical Service Corps – an extremely competitive career field of just 950 people – and underwent job-shadowing for six months at the medical group as an additional part of his submission package. (U.S. Air Force photo by Karen Abeyasekere) 100th SFS handler pursues future in Medical Service Corps
Although he put together three packages to become an officer, something stopped Staff Sgt. Alexandre Rogan from submitting them. Then in 2016, he went to an officer briefing and learned about the Medical Service Corps, which took his life on a different path completely.
0 11/08
2017
A U.S. Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker, assigned to the 100th Air Refueling Wing, landed Oct. 3, 2017, on RAF Mildenhall, England. Two KC-135s and their crews returned to RAF Mildenhall following a deployment to Naval Station Rota, Spain, where they flew in support of Operation Juniper Micron. The U.S. Air Force has been deploying Spain and France in support of operations in Mali and North Africa since 2013. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Justine Rho) 100th Air Refueling Wing redeploys assets from Spain
Two KC-135 Stratotanker refueling aircraft from the 100th Air Refueling Wing, from RAF Mildenhall, England, have returned from Naval Station Rota, Spain, following support of Operation Juniper Micron.
0 10/04
2017
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