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  • 100th MXS Fuel Systems shop keeps aircraft flying high

    The 100th Maintenance Squadron Fuel Systems shop supports the Team Mildenhall mission through the repair of aircraft fuel systems. The shop provides maintenance to all permanently stationed aircraft on base, which includes the KC-135 Stratotanker, MC-130J Commando II, CV-22B Osprey, and RC-135 Rivet Joint.
  • 100th LRS Vehicle maintenance drives the mission

    Staff Sgt. Garrison West, 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron mission generating vehicle equipment maintenance supervisor, checks the battery box of a semi-truck assigned to the 100th LRS, Jan. 6, 2019, at RAF Mildenhall, England. The vehicle maintenance shop keeps the daily maintenance up-to-date on the all the vehicles assigned to the 100th LRS
  • 100th ARW command chief shares experiences, priorities

    It was seeing her dad’s pride as he told stories of his seven years in the Army Reserve that encouraged an Iowa farm girl to join the Air Force. Twenty-six years later, that girl is the 100th Air Refueling Wing command chief, and she’s making it her mission to make lives better for Bloody Hundredth Airmen. “I always knew, from the time I was in high school, that I wanted to be part of something greater than myself,” said Chief Master Sgt. Kathi Glascock. “As a child, I enjoyed helping others. It gave me a sense of purpose and that made me want to help more people.
  • 100th ARW supports Rapid Forge

    In coordination with U.S. European Command, the U.S. Air Force deployed F-35A Lightning IIs and F-15E Strike Eagles to Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, as part of Operation Rapid Forge under the Department of Defense's Dynamic Force Employment Concept.
  • Tails from the hardstand: 100th Bomb Group veteran shares ‘Bloody Hundredth’ memories

    “It was right after Pearl Harbor happened that my best friend and I decided to join up with the U.S. Army Air Corps,” recalled retired Master Sgt. Dewey Christopher, a former 351st Bomb Squadron crew chief, 100th Bombardment Group and World War II veteran. “We went to Oklahoma City to sign up and by Dec. 17, 1941, I was in the service.” Christopher recently visited RAF Mildenhall as guest of honor at a ceremony renaming the Professional Development Center after him, and shared some of the stories from when he was stationed in England during World War II.
  • Career assistance advisors support Airmen in life-changing decisions

    Career assistance advisors serve an important role informing and guiding Airmen regarding career related decisions. They offer a valuable service to individuals who desire to change career paths or learn what resources and opportunities are open to them. “The main purpose of a career advisor is to provide education and direction in aspects related to an Airman’s career. I’m able to combine information from myPers, Air Force Instructions and other online resources to provide support on such things as retraining, special duties, commissioning, benefits and transitioning to the Air National Guard or Air Force Reserve,” said Master Sgt. Curtis Brown, 100th Force Support Squadron career assistance advisor.
  • Third Air Force commander’s mission and vision

    Every leader throughout the course of history has had to live up to the task of gathering information coming at them from all sides, know the strengths and weaknesses of the people they surround themselves with and then take action. Critical decision making is the epitome of effective leadership, and determines whether the mission will succeed or fail.
  • 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.
  • Jets in the air, 100th AMXS put them there

    The health of the KC-135 Stratotanker fleet at RAF Mildenhall is of the utmost importance as it is the only air refueling mission in the European and African theaters of military responsibility. Every day, these tankers take to the sky to provide fuel support to not only their U.S. Air Force brethren, but to ally and coalition forces in the hope of mission success.
  • USAFE Airmen conduct aeromedical evacuation training above Germany

    Members of the 86th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron from Ramstein Air Base performed training aboard a KC-135 Stratotanker from RAF Mildenhall, England, Jan. 23, 2019. During the training, members practiced emergency medical scenarios, including patients suffering worsening health conditions, cardiac emergencies, aircraft decompression and emergency ditching of an aircraft.
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