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  • 501st Combat Support Wing celebrates British liaison 60 years of service

    The 501st Combat Support Wing Judge Advocate office held a celebration for Valerie Lucas, 501st CSW British liaison officer at RAF Alconbury, England, Apr. 26, 2021. The 501 CSW/JA office was celebrating Mrs. Lucas for her 60 years of service as the British liaison officer at RAF Alconbury.
  • USAFE-AFAFRICA leadership visits 501st CSW

    The 501st Combat Support Wing hosted leadership from U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa at RAF Alconbury and RAF Molesworth, April 15, 2021. During the visit Gen. Jeff Harrigian, USAFE-AFAFRICA commander and CMSgt Brion Blais, USAFE-AFAFRICA command chief, were able to speak with and recognize Airmen from multiple squadrons across the wing.
  • 501st CSW 2021 AFAF campaign underway through April 23

    The 501st Combat Support Wing’s 2021 Air Force Assistance Fund is in full swing. The AFAF is running from 15 Mar- 23 Apr with a wing wide goal of raising $9,612. The AFAF consists of four charities that all support Airmen: Air Force Aid Society, General and Mrs. Curtis E. LeMay Foundation, the Air Force Villages Charitable Foundation, and the Air Force Enlisted Village.
  • 501 CSW firefighters become certified EMT responders

    Firefighters across the 501st Combat Support Wing trained to become certified emergency medical technicians during a six-week course at RAF Croughton, England.
  • 422d MDS superintendent awarded Pathfinder GRIT Award

    Congratulations to TSgt Vallerie Strick for receiving the #Pathfinder GRIT award for her exceptional service. Strick has gone above and beyond in her duties as superintendent of the 423rd MDS. She has been instrumental in ensuring that over 500 COVID-19 vaccines were administered at RAF Croughton during the month of February and has also organized multiple mentoring sessions with various Airmen to help foster growth and development.
  • RAF Alconbury to remain as a Base for the US Visiting Forces

    RAF ALCONBURY, United Kingdom -- The United Kingdom Ministry of Defence has approved a U.S. Department of Defense request to allow Royal Air Force Alconbury to remain open and operate as an enduring base for the U.S. Visiting Forces.
  • 501st CSW conducts first Mass-COVID-19 vaccination line

    The 501st Combat Support Wing conducted a mass-COVID-19 vaccination line at RAF Alconbury, Engalnd, Mar. 18, 2021. This is the first time the 501st CSW has conducted a mass-vaccination line and are expected to vaccinate approximately 300 people. Multiple Airmen and civilians from the 423rd Medical, Civil Engineering, Inspector General and Communication squadrons assisted in helping vaccines be distributed to the pathfinder community.
  • 420th ABS supports Baltic Trident Exercise

    The 420th Air Base Squadron and 420th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron at RAF Fairford are providing support to Exercise Baltic Trident, which is taking place at RAF Fairford and across several Baltic countries from March 15-19.
  • 422nd SFS, NHPD strengthen local ties through live-fire, field training exercises

    Airmen from the 422nd Security Forces Squadron along with policemen from the Northamptonshire police department conducted multiple training exercises at RAF Croughton, England Mar. 3, 5. The training consisted of multiple field exercises at RAFC and firing range training at the NHPD range. This training provided an opportunity to strengthen the local partnership between the 422nd SFS and the NHPD.
  • Brig Gen Jolly visits 501CSW

    The 501st CSW hosted an immersion tour for Brig. Gen. Ronald E. Jolly Sr., right, U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa logistics, engineering and force protection director, and his leadership team, demonstrating the mission set and capabilities of several organizations including the security forces, logistics readiness and civil engineer squadrons.