MHAFB 366th LRS new tool proves the benefits of innovation

Story by A1C Andrew Kobialka on 04/03/2019 Few things are more familiar than the start of an engine. Even though people may always recognize that sound, not all engines are made the same. Cars, trucks, buses, snow plows and a myriad of other vehicles require custom diagnostic tools and knowledgeable
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19th AMXS Airman supports Marine unit

Story by A1C Kristine Gruwell on 03/28/2019 The 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron was called to assist a joint partner when a U.S. Marine CH-53E Super Stallion stopped for repair at Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock, Arkansas, March 20-21. The 366th Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron's aircraft wa
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15th Wing partners with ACC to ensure mission success in Indo-Pacific AOR

Story by 1st Lt. Veronica Perez on 03/11/2019 The 15th Wing and several partner units recently joined forces with the 366th Component Maintenance Squadron from Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho, to deploy one of two Air Force Rapid Assistance Support for Calibration, or RASCAL, at Joint Base Pearl-Harbor Hickam.
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Gudgel: Industrial Age way of teaching giving way to innovation

Story by John Ingle on 02/22/2019 SHEPPARD AIR FORCE BASE, Texas Teaching someone how to do something has been fairly standard over the years: a teacher teaches, a student learns and then executes the task. That Industrial Age way of thinking has changed the past year or so in Air
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Supporting those who support Green Flag

Story by A1C Janae Capuno on 01/07/2019 Pilots can't take off without a working aircraft, and weapon systems officers can't fight empty handed. During Green Flag West, maintainers and munitions Airmen tested their ability to get the F-15E Strike Eagles fully loaded and in the skies. "Our pilots will get
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Gunfighters enhance installation security

Story by A1C Janae Capuno on 01/07/2019 The 366th Fighter Wing is constantly evolving installation security measures to stay on guard and prevent incidents from occurring. "The reason why we change things up is so any potential adversary doesn't adapt to us," said Tech. Sgt. Charles Puckett, 366th Security Force
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