• From Ghana to Team Mildenhall

    For some born abroad, America is seen as the land of ‘hopes and dreams’. It’s what they see on television or hear from the people in their communities. The path to make those dreams a reality is a long road filled with obstacles of resilience and determination, but many who have made it say it’s worth it.
  • 100th ARW hosts second resiliency tactical pause

    The 100th Air Refueling Wing hosted its second Resilience Tactical Pause Nov. 7 – 8, 2019 at RAF Mildenhall, England. The first day of the tactical pause consisted of three all-calls with two guest speakers, one of which was hosted for Team Mildenhall spouses and dependents. The theme of the RTP was the “Take Ten” intiative, which discussed the idea that it takes only just 10 minutes to make a change.
  • Team Mildenhall Airman relives path to citizenship

    The story of the American immigrant is one that many may hear about from grandparents and great grandparents, but this is a story of today, of determination and resilience. Buzhak traveled from her birth place not to leave a war-ridden country or to escape poverty, but simply to see a different, better life and a new experience.
  • 100th MSG superintendent retires after 30-year career

    Chief Master Sgt. Sean Brice, 100th Mission Support Group superintendent, retired after 30 years of active-duty service Nov. 1, 2019, at RAF Mildenhall, England. The retirement ceremony focused on Brice’s career, his accomplishments and his leadership of Airmen.
  • Wheelchair basketball raises awareness

    RAF Mildenhall’s Diversity and Inclusion Council hosted a wheelchair basketball demonstration at the Hardstand gym here Oct. 30, 2019. The event provided an opportunity to showcase the skills of wheelchair athletes, give Airmen a chance to experience it for themselves and celebrate National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
  • Hazmart Pharmacy keeps Mildenhall mission on the move

    The 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron Hazmart Pharmacy at RAF Mildenhall, England, is responsible for receiving, storing and issuing all hazardous materials on the installation. The pharmacy provides mission essential hazardous materials primarily to the units that keep aircraft flying.
  • Team Mildenhall enjoys Pumpkin Patrol with local community

    Team Mildenhall welcomed the local community for Pumpkin Patrol, Oct. 31, 2019, just outside RAF Mildenhall in Beck Row, England.
  • Aerospace ground equipment: no airpower without ground power

    As a global air refueling and combat support forward operating base, RAF Mildenhall projects airpower through unrivaled air refueling and provides combat support across Europe and Africa. However, to complete this mission, it takes hard work and dedication from the Airmen of the 100th Maintenance Squadron aerospace ground equipment shop, who live by the creed of “there’s no airpower without ground power.”
  • 100th LRS holds safety event to underline dangers of drunk driving

    The 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron worked together to put on an event to educate Airmen on the dangers of drunk driving and how to prevent it Oct. 11, 2019, on RAF Mildenhall. Working with Suffolk Police and Airmen from the 48th Medical Operations Squadron Alcohol and Drug Prevention and Treatment Program, the 100th LRS spent weeks putting the event together.
  • FARP: ‘Like we were never there’

    They go out, mostly at night, for a single purpose and with a high priority: ensuring aircraft have the most essential item they require to complete their mission, fuel. Forward Area Refueling Point teams fly into austere locations to refuel aircraft. They fall under the banner of the petroleum, oils and lubrication career field.