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  • 422nd SFS Assumption of Command

    The 422nd Security Forces Squadron welcomed Maj Thomas Uhl as their new commander, during an assumption of command ceremony at RAF Croughton, England, July 22, 2020.
  • Year of the Pathfinder: Retiring wing chaplain reflects on diversity

    “Everybody is welcome, and everybody has worth and value.” said Lt. Col. Jerry Sather, 501st Combat Support Wing chaplain. After 41 years of military service, Sather shared stories about his experiences and his reflection on diversity in the military.
  • 422nd ABS Change of Command

    The 422nd Air Base Squadron held a change of command ceremony at RAF Croughton, England, July 9, 2020. During the ceremony Lt. Col. Matthew Ramstack relinquished command of 422nd ABS to Maj. Timothy Kirchner.
  • 99th ERS Change of Command

    The 99th Expeditionary Reconnaissance Squadron, currently deployed to RAF Fairford, held a change of command ceremony June 24, 2020, to welcome Lt. Col. Brian Staniszewski as the new commander of the 99th ERS and recognize Lt. Col. Peter Gryn as he finishes his tour at RAF Fairford.
  • 423rd MDS recognized for AFRICOM joint support

    Leadership from the U.S. Africa Command Directorate for Intelligence at RAF Molesworth presented coins of excellence to five Airmen of the 423rd Medical Squadron at RAF Alconbury, England, June 11, 2020, as part of a new initiative called AFRICOM Aces. AFRICOM Aces recognizes mission partners who have gone above and beyond in the performance of their job.
  • 501 CSW Legal Office ensures legal readiness for deployers

    The 501st Combat Support Wing legal office gathered a group of 423rd Security Forces Squadron defenders into the courtroom to provide a will ceremony and the first group deployment brief of its kind in four years June 2, 2020, at RAF Alconbury, England.
  • Squadron of the Future: Creating more effective defenders

    RAF Croughton is at the forefront of innovation, creating the most effective defenders in the Air Force.
  • An Air Force coder’s tale

    There is an Airman working long hours behind the shadows to protect computer networks from cyberattacks.
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