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  • Keeping us safe day after day

    The 100th Security Forces Squadron kicked off National Police Week at RAF Mildenhall, England, May 13, 2019.
  • Team Mildenhall, 48th Fighter Wing don’t cry over spilled gas

    Airmen from RAF Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath participated in a fuel spill exercise at RAF Mildenhall, England, May 15, 2019. The exercise, conducted annually in accordance with Defense Logistics Agency regulations, replicated a fuel spill and tested Airmen’s reaction to an event that could halt the base’s aerial refueling mission.
  • Mildenhall defenders take on Spartan Race

    Defenders from the 100th Security Forces Squadron competed in the 48th Security Forces Squadron’s “Spartan Race” at RAF Lakenheath as a part of National Police Week, which is a chance for all law enforcement officials to pay respects to the officers who came before them, and also gives the base community the opportunity to support the force as well.
  • RAF Mildenhall, RAF Lakenheath team up to honor defenders

    The 100th Security Forces Squadron kicked off National Police Week with an opening ceremony and a 5K ruck march at RAF Mildenhall, England, May 13, 2019. National Police Week was first established in 1962 under the directive of former President John F. Kennedy. The former president designated May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day and the week in which that date falls is known as “Police Week.”
  • Retired squadron commander visits RAF Mildenhall

    Retired Col. Thomas Domingues visited RAF Mildenhall as part of a surprise visit set up by friends and family for his final trip to England May 10, 2019. Domingues graduated from pilot training in 1958 and spent most of his career in Strategic Air Command. He retired as the Chief of Staff of the Air National Guard Headquarters at the Pentagon after 31 years of service. One of his assignments was as the 349th Air Refueling Squadron commander at Beale Air Force Base, California, from 1977 to 1979. His mission there, to refuel SR-71 Blackbirds, often brought him to RAF Mildenhall.
  • Bolt inspection tool wins Team Mildenhall innovation award

    Tech. Sgt. Steven Izaguirre, 100th Maintenance Squadron NCO-in-charge of the Non-Destructive Inspections Section, won the Team Mildenhall Innovation of the Quarter Award for the first quarter of 2019. As part of the NDI team, Izaguirre and his Airmen inspect aircraft parts to ensure they are anatomically sound, free of cracks and defects.
  • Airman recounts road from MTI to LRS commander

    Most Airmen look back at their basic training experience and remember a variety of things, but most never forget their military training instructor, fortunately for 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron, they have their own personal one keeping the squadron united and effective. Maj. Anthony LaMagna, 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron commander, has experienced many career fields during his nearly two decade career in the Air Force, and all of them have shaped him into the commander he is today.
  • EUCOM leaders visit Team Mildenhall

    Members of the European Command Capstone 19-3 class visited RAF Mildenhall, England, May 6, 2019. EUCOM leaders, consisting of members of all five branches of the U.S. military, discussed infrastructure developments with wing leadership and gained an understanding of the resources needed to continue the mission.
  • Diamonds shine bright: 100th LRS first sergeant, Senior Master Sgt. Arwa Cavender

    (This feature is the fourth and final part of the four-part “Diamonds shine bright” series on www.mildenhall.af.mil. These stories focus on different first sergeants, highlighting their Air Force story) Walking down a lonely road, unsure of what’s to come on this day or in the future, a young woman who one day would become a mentor to those around, her tries to put a life together and find her path. Walking down the ‘road to nowhere,’ she conjured the thoughts of having nowhere else to go, no family, money or job, until she came across another young woman who wore this tightly-pressed black and gold attire with polished, golden buttons and radiating with confidence.
  • 100th SFS: Defending our forces

    They have been known by many names: cops, police, security forces, guardians of the gate and defenders. Some may say the word “Defender” is the most appropriate. According to Merriam-Webster, a defender is one who drives away danger or protects from attack and for the men and women of the 100th Security Forces Squadron at RAF Mildenhall, this definition seems well suited.
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