HomeNews

News Search

  • Faces of the 442d Fighter Wing: Meet Staff Sgt. Megan Coleman

    Meet Staff Sgt. Megan Coleman, a water and fuel systems maintenance craftsman for the 442d Civil Engineer Squadron.
  • Wing prioritizes readiness, augments 442d MDS with civilian dental team for first time

    For the first time in wing history, a civilian dental team augmented the 442d Medical Squadron to help complete dental screenings on September 15 here.
  • Reserve readiness for today and the future

    The reemergence of long-term strategic and great-power competition necessitates that the Air Force Reserve grow its capabilities to meet the demands of the future operating environment while integrating with AETC and the Air National Guard.
  • Getting Innovation Right

    This monograph is a collection of short papers from a Lawrence Livermore workshop on innovation and long-term competition.
  • 10th Air Force leadership visits 442d FW

    U.S. Air force Master Sgt. Chris Yates, a phase dock coordinator with the 442d Maintenance Squadron, salutes Maj. Gen. Brian Borgen, 10th Air Force commander, after being coined during a visit from 10th Air Force leadership to the Air Force Reserve wing at Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., September 15, 2019. Yates’ supervisors nominated him to be
  • 442d MSG participates in ground base exercise

    In order to advance combat readiness, it was important to get a large group of Reserve Citizen Airmen in an environment where they could practice their combat mission, said Col. David Kurle, the commander of the 442d Mission Support Group at Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri.
  • 442d FW welcomes new commander

    A new commander took charge of the 442d Fighter Wing on September 15, 2019. Although not new to the 442d FW, Col. Michael Schultz has joined Team Whiteman for the first time. From 2015 to 2017, Schultz commanded the 476th Fighter Group, a geographically separated unit assigned to the 442d FW.
  • Navigating the retirement application process

    BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Retiring from the Air Force Reserve is a significant, emotional event, filled with anticipation and uncertainty. Because Airmen only retire once in their lifetime, they have no past experience to serve as a resource, and typically learn what is required as they go through the process. There are basic foundational
  • DoD OIG Newsletter - September 2019

    The DoD OIG newsletter summarizes the reports and investigations released by the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General in the previous month and those we anticipate releasing in the coming month.
  • Col. Boehle talks resiliency and CSAF’s Resilience Tactical Pause

    Air Force Individual Reservists (IR) are the absolute best our nation has to offer.  They have unlimited opportunities to serve in an extremely flexible status that provides valuable skills to their organization while building and sustaining their warfighting skills.  An IR’s unit has operational control for their members and are the most connected
RSS