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  • Mildenhall Airmen apply resilience program

    All Airmen share a few things in common, and one of them is represented by the little strip of cloth that says U.S. Air Force. Airmen are all on the same team with the same goal; accomplish the mission. GRIT is a program to revitalize a squadron’s resiliency and reap the benefits of a culture based on professionalism. The goal is to reduce negative behaviors while increasing positive ones.
  • 100th AMXS Airmen perform maintenance in Romania

    U.S. Airmen with the 100th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron headed out to Bucharest, Romania to train alongside with Romanian air force F-16s March 11-15. This was the second time the 100th Air Refueling Wing supported and performed air refueling sorties with the F-16s in Romania.
  • Mildenhall KC-135 crew strengthens relationship with Romanian air force

    U.S. Airmen with the 351st Air Refueling Squadron and the 100th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron participated in air refueling training alongside members of the Romanian air force in Bucharest, Romania, March 11-15. The “Sly Fox” KC-135 Stratotanker crew refueled Romanian air force F-16 Fighting Falcons over the week, which focused on interoperability with their Romanian counterparts and enhanced the operational readiness of both nations.
  • RAF Mildenhall MWDs past, present support K9 Veterans’ Day

    Retired Military Working Dog Vvonya enjoys a story with Ava Mort, 1, and Kimberly Mort, wife of Master Sgt. Joshua Mort, Team Mildenhall member, at the story and craft event at the base library on RAF Mildenhall, England, March 13, 2019. Children had the opportunity to make crafts, pet Vvonya and watch a military working dog demonstration at the
  • RAF Mildenhall Hosts AIRCOM basketball championship

    The Allied Air Command International Basketball Championship took place March 11 - 14, 2019. The international sports championship brought together the contributing nations within AIRCOM with an opportunity for friendly sporting competition.
  • RAF Mildenhall hosts Leadercast event

    RAF Mildenhall hosted a Leadercast event on base for Airmen to enhance their leadership skills March 14, 2019. The goal of Leadercast is to improve people’s leadership skills lines of with the Air Force’s goals making it the most lethal, ready and combat effective fighting force in the world. This was the second time the event was held at RAF Mildenhall, and this year’s theme was on women leaders. It included messages from human rights activists, CEOs and motivational speakers.
  • RAF Mildenhall spouses host dual-military seminar

    Two married senior master sergeants facilitated a dual-military seminar for Airmen from RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath March 7, 2019, at RAF Mildenhall, England. The seminar included lectures such as “The 5 Love Languages,” dual-military assignments, and a dual-military panel at the end.
  • Team Mildenhall Airmen attend Airmen Enhancement Seminar

    As I sat down in the classroom, I looked around to see 24 other Airmen also quietly looking around, none of us knowing what was in store over the next two days. The first speaker was Chief Master Sgt. Daniel Clark, 100th Civil Engineer Squadron chief enlisted manager, and I remember him saying, “The power of positive attitude provides a place for perfection.” This statement resonated with me throughout the rest of the day, and got me thinking back on times when a positive attitude aided me into being a more productive Airman. This was the RAF Mildenhall Airmen Enhancement Seminar Feb. 26-27, 2019, which aimed to teach Airmen – between the ranks of airman to senior airman – knowledge and skills essential to progressing in their Air Force career
  • Electrical systems Airmen light way for RAF Mildenhall mission

    Electrical systems Airmen have a hand on nearly every part of RAF Mildenhall, from the lights on the runway that help the maintainers see; to the lights in the dorms enabling those same Airmen turn to on the lights in their room. “We keep the power on for everyone, we have a hand on everything,” said Airman Benjamin Moran, 100th Civil Engineer Squadron electrical systems apprentice. “Our main priorities are the interiors and exteriors of the base. The interior can be things as small as replacing light bulbs throughout buildings, to maintaining the transformer that keeps the power on for an entire sector of buildings. The exterior extends from street lights allowing drivers to see their path, to the flight line lights lighting the runway.”
  • Air Force One touches down at RAF Mildenhall

    Air Force One, carrying President Donald J. Trump and a contingency of White House officials and media members, arrived at RAF Mildenhall for refueling and logistical support Feb. 26, 2019. Air Force One, along with a C-32, known as “Air Force Two” and an E-4B National Airborne Operations Center landed en route to Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam, for the president’s second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
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