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  • Year one: 442nd Fighter Wing commander discusses his first 12 months

    Col. Steve Arthur took command of the 442nd Fighter Wing July 8, 2006, and in his first year has overseen one of the wing's busiest years ever. He welcomed home 420 of the wing's Citizen Airmen from deployments abroad, including an aviation and maintenance package from Afghanistan, a civil engineer

  • Civil engineers hone combat skills at Silver Flag

    For most people a trip to Florida's Gulf coast would mean playing in the surf and enjoying life on sandy beaches. For some 442nd Civil Engineer Squadron members attending Silver Flag exercises in July, however, it means chemical warfare training, bomb crater repair and long, often grueling, hours of

  • Reservists named superior performers during inspection

    Several Airmen were recognized for their efforts during the recent unit compliance inspection, maintenance standardization and evaluation program inspection, and health service inspection. The UCI - The aircrew life support team of Senior Master Sgt. Joseph O'Daniel, Master Sgt. Robert Safley and

  • 442nd shows excellence in triple AFRC inspection

    It's always a little nerve-wracking waiting to see how you did on a test. But 442nd Fighter Wing Airmen are breathing a little easier now that they know the results of the August unit compliance inspection. The five-day review, conducted by Air Force Reserve Command's Inspector General team, also

  • 442nd Public Affairs to publish series on World War II POWs

    Part one:  Airmen endure captivity in Nazi GermanyImagine winning a trip to England, France and Germany, spending time near the French coast, dining on new foods and meeting many locals. Add a train-ride the width of Germany, from Frankfurt to near the Polish border, and you have the makings of a