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  • Traditional Airman tackles new role during COVID-19

    Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Airmen across the base have been utilized in capacities different from their typical work environments. Traditional Airmen, Airmen who typically only come to base for drill or annual training days, have also stepped up to the plate and taken on new

  • Command post Airmen maintain operations during COVID-19

    When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and leadership directed safe working operations, command post Airmen were limited. While many people across base started working from home to mitigate exposure to COVID-19, Airmen in the command post had to find alternative safety measures.

  • Wisconsin student flight Airmen donate food during pandemic

    Twenty-two student flight Airmen from across the state of Wisconsin joined together to collect and donate food items to local food pantries. Together they were able to donate 3,515 items during the COVID-19 pandemic, ensuring non-perishable food was available for families that needed it most.

  • Pilots maintain flying hours during pandemic

    The alarms sound. Maintainers run to their jets to get them ready, while pilots gear up for their Fertile Keynote. In a matter of minutes, the Aerospace Control Alert F-16 Fighting Falcons are in the skies.Fertile Keynotes are exercises that allow pilots to practice intercepting aircraft, just like

  • Wisconsin Airmen return home

    More than 200 Airmen assigned to the 115th Fighter Wing and the 378th Fighter Squadron were welcomed home from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan during a return ceremony in Hangar 406 Nov. 9.The Airmen were integral in supporting Operation Freedom Sentinel and NATO’s Resolute Support during their four