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  • ACC top leader is 'proud of 388th FW members'

    Air Combat Command's top leader said he's proud of the 388th Fighter Wing members' "enthusiasm and commitment to the mission" - something he saw firsthand during a visit here Jan. 9-11. "I was very impressed with the folks I met here...impressed with the mission they're executing," said Gen. Ronald E. Keys, commander of ACC. Every place he stopped,
  • ACC Commander to visit 388th FW

    The Commander of Air Combat Command, Gen. Ronald E. Keys, will travel here to tour the 388th Fighter Wing Jan. 9-11. During his stay, General Keys will visit sections across the wing in aircraft maintenance, flight, air control, and range operations, as well as support services such as the Junior Enlisted Center, Flightline Ministry and Fast
  • SERE

    With nothing but frigid temperatures, shrubs and rocky terrain in front of them, the 388th Fighter Wing pilots wait until the sun descends behind the mountains before they make their initial move to safety away from insurgent reach. The pilots put their training to the test as they prepare to evade more than two miles to their destination with the
  • 419th jets move to 388th

    The 419th Fighter Wing moved its F-16s to the 388th ramp on the other side of Hill AFB mid October. Many simply took off from their long-time home at the 419th ramp and park near a 388th hangar. The few remaining jets were towed. The first day of flying and operating from the new location is scheduled for later in the month. The new location offers
  • Lost and Found: 388th SNCO helps with rescue

    It was 8 p.m. when word that a 24-year-old male was lost in the woods near Fernwood Campground in the Wasatch Mountains - then a call went out to Davis County search and rescue personnel. In short order, teams set up a command post at the base of the mountains-- rescuers headed out to specific GPS locations in the area in search of the young man.
  • Joint Tactical Air Control team trains at UTTR

    It was January 2003 - right before the invasion of Iraq. Staff Sgt. Trevor Bradford was a Joint Tactical Air Controller stationed with a special forces unit during Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. "I received a message we were about to invade Iraq so we had to move out," he said. He arrived in Kuwait with his team. Enemy troops were
  • Downpour doesn't dampen 421st EFS homecoming

    More than 200 Airmen from the 421st Expeditionary Fighter Squadron are home after a four-month deployment to Balad Air Base, Iraq. Hangar 37 was flooded with waiting family, friends and co-workers here Sept. 15, at about 4:10 p.m. as the Airmen stepped off the commercial airline. The downpour of rain didn't stop the happy reunions from being
  • 388th FW 'gets it': Words from the 12th AF commander

    Twelfth Air Force and Air Forces Southern Commander, Lt. Gen. Norman Seip toured 388th Fighter Wing units here Monday, August 28, for the first time since taking command in July. General Seip had the opportunity to address the wing during a commander's call as well as meet with Airmen from the 388th Component Maintenance Squadron, 388th Equipment
  • General Seip arrival

    The new 12th Air Force and Air Forces Southern Commander, Lt. Gen. Norman Seip, is scheduled to visit the 388th Fighter Wing August 27-28. The general has specific goals for the 388th FW Airmen. "Fly, fight and win." During his July 7 change of command, Gen. Seip spoke of his goals for 12th AF. "Take care of our Airmen ... ensuring each of them is
  • 'Black Widows' deploy for more combat

    The 'Black Widows' were the first active duty F-16 unit to deploy to Balad Air Base, Iraq, and are there for the second time executing their third deployment supporting Operation IRAQI FREEDOM. The 421st Expeditionary Fighter Squadron deployed at the beginning of May for a four-month Air and Space Expeditionary Force deployment. They have been
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