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  • 100th Air Refueling Wing History

    On June 1, 1942 the U.S. Army Air Force activated the 100th Bombardment Group  Heavy as an unmanned paper unit for B-24 Liberators under the 3rd Bomber Command. The group included four bomber squadrons: the 349th Bombardment Squadron, 350th Bombardment Squadron, 351st Bombardment Squadron, and the

  • 100th Air Refueling Wing

    100th Air Refueling Wing - FACT SHEET 100th Air Refueling Wing: Also known as the "Bloody Hundredth" conducts air refueling and combat support operations throughout the European and African area of responsibility. Directs reception and mobilizes for contingency operations. Base of support for four

  • Civilian Personnel: Start your job search here

    ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE CONTACT 100 FSS ON: 01638 54 4955 OR EMAIL: 100fss.fsmc6@us.af.mil How to apply - Click HerePlease press F5 to refresh the page each time you view. LNDH Current vacancies DCMA Job Title  Announcement #                      Closing Date    Stavanger,

  • RAF Mildenhall History

    Royal Air Force Mildenhall's history of being a large aircraft base goes all the way back to late 1920s. During that time, the British military developed the idea to site a RAF bomber base at Mildenhall in order to meet a perceived "continental threat." The government purchased land in 1929 and

  • RUfit Physical Resiliency Tools

    AIR FORCE FITNESS ASSESSMENTThe Air Force Fitness Program goal is to motivate Airmen to participate in a year-round physical conditioning program that emphasizes total fitness, to include proper aerobic conditioning, strength and flexibility training, and healthy eating. Health benefits from an

  • 352nd Special Operations Wing

    The 352nd Special Operations Wing (SOW), based at RAF Mildenhall, England, is an essential part of Air Force Special Operations Command. The group has more than 1,000 Air Force personnel assigned, as well as nearly 50 personnel attached/associated as members of Joint Special Operations Air


    ALCOHOL AND DRUG PREVENTION AND TREATMENT PROGRAM (ADAPT)ADAPT offers various services for active duty service members to include evaluations, education and prevention briefings and treatment for alcohol/drugs (intensive education, outpatient, intensive outpatient and inpatient). Additionally, ADAPT


    AIR FORCE CLUBAir Force Clubs provide customer-driven food, beverage, entertainment, and other membership programs to meet the social recreation needs of members and their authorized guests. Clubs support the AF community by serving as the primary location for commanders to host official social


    AIRMAN AND FAMILY READINESS CENTERThe Airmen and Family Readiness Center offers multiple counseling services for issues such as financial, family, career, transition assistance and benefits, and Personal and Work Life Consultation.Location: RAF Mildenhall, Bldg. 460Phone: DSN 238-3406 or commercial

  • Civilian Personnel: Mandatory Supervisory Training fact sheet

    IAW AFI 36-401. Mandatory Supervisory Training must be completed within 6 months of starting the supervisory appointment.POC - Christina Switzer Employee Development Specialist DSN 238 4063Supervisors are required to complete the following courses as appropriate -(1) USAF Supervisors Course(2)