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  • Top Cop visits 100th Security Forces Squadron

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Thomas Sherman, U.S. Air Force director of security forces, visited Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England, Feb. 2, 2024. During his visit with 100th Security Forces Squadron Airmen, he was able to meet with 100th Air Refueling Wing leaders, hear about the 100th SFS mission,

  • Former RAFM MWD Ukkie retires to reunite with fur-st handler

    Military Working Dogs Ukkie and Cchuy officially retired at a joint ceremony honoring their service, which began with Cchuy immediately lightening the occasion as he barked along to the entire U.S. national anthem at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, Dec. 13, 2023.

  • 100th SFS Defenders share knowledge at Police Week show-and-tell

    Defenders from the 100th Security Forces Squadron shared knowledge and demonstrated equipment at their show-and-tell event as part of Police Week at Royal Air Force Mildenhall, England, May 15, 2023.Police Week is held every year in May and this year is May 15 to 19. This year’s events also included

  • Police Week kicks off at RAF Mildenhall

    May 15 to 19 is Police Week, and our 100th Security Forces Squadron started the week with an opening ceremony May 15, 2023 at Royal Air Force Mildenhall.Police Week is held every year in May and this year is May 15 to 19. This year’s events include a ruck march, Defenders’ Challenge, “jail and

  • 100th SFS K-9 section mourns loss, pays tribute to MWD Berry

    The 100th Security Forces Squadron Military Working Dog section, along with Airmen and military working dogs from Royal Air Force Mildenhall and RAF Lakenheath, paid tribute to fallen MWD Berry, W536, at a ceremony Feb. 24, 2022, after he passed away Feb. 7 after suffering from cancer.Berry, a black

  • 100th SFS handler pursues future in Medical Service Corps

    Although he put together three packages to become an officer, something stopped Staff Sgt. Alexandre Rogan from submitting them. Then in 2016, he went to an officer briefing and learned about the Medical Service Corps, which took his life on a different path completely.