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  • Pathfinder receives Air Medal for heroism during Operation ALLIES REFUGE

    Operation ALLIES REFUGE in Kabul, Afghanistan, is the largest Noncombatant Evacuation in U.S. Air Force history. Tech. Sgt. Kenneth W. Bish, 422nd Security Forces Squadron Plans and Programs noncommissioned officer in charge, was one of many to assist the successful evacuation of 122 thousand

  • Douglas A-26C Invader “Million Airess” visits Pathfinders

    A Douglas A-26C Invader known as the “Million Airess,” owned by the Vietnam War Flight Museum in Houston, landed at RAF Fairford, England, June 27, 2024. The Million Airess recently participated in a D-Day 80th anniversary ceremony over Normandy, France. The plane and crew landed at RAF Fairford to

  • Pathfinders run for Pride!

    Pathfinders participated in a 5K color run to celebrate Pride Month at RAF Croughton, England, June 28, 2024. The color run tested participant’s fitness while reflecting on the LGBTQ+ community’s contributions to the U.S. Air Force.

  • 422nd Medical Squadron change of command

    The 422nd Medical Squadron (MDS) held a change of command ceremony at RAF Croughton, England, June 26, 2024. During the ceremony U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Debra Sims relinquished command of the 422nd MDS to U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Carla Cox. The ceremony formally recognizes the transfer of the unit's

  • 422nd CS and 422nd SFS team up for a Tiger Challenge

    Members of the 422nd Communications Squadron and 422nd Security Forces Squadron teamed up for a Tiger Challenge “Commbine” competition at RAF Croughton, England, June 21, 2024. The Tiger Challenge tests Airmen on technical communication skills, physical challenges, and general Air Force knowledge.

  • 501st Combat Support Wing enables successful BTF 24-3

    For the past month the 501st Combat Support Wing has hosted the 69th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron as part of Bomber Task Force 24-3. Over that period, Pathfinders seamlessly provided passenger and cargo movement, inprocessing, outprocessing, bed down, feeding and more; further cementing the 501st as

  • 422nd Security Forces Squadron assumption of command

    U.S. Air Force Capt. Robert Parati, 422nd Security Forces Squadron incoming commander accepted command from Col. Ricardo Diaz, 422nd Air Base Group commander, during the 422nd SFS assumption of command ceremony at RAF Croughton, England, June 25, 2024. The ceremony formally recognizes the transfer

  • 501st CSW senior leadership professional development day

    Pathfinders attended a senior leadership professional development seminar at RAF Croughton, England, June 20, 2024. The seminar reinforced leadership skills, military decision making, critical thinking, team building, and utilizing resources to become more effective leaders.