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  • 501st mission partner innovates against COVID-19 spread

    With COVID-19 creating difficulties and instability in global supply chains, healthcare workers around the globe are challenged to keep up with increasing demands for personal protective equipment. James Anderson is a mission partner to the 501st Combat Support Wing, where he works as a geospatial intelligence analyst at RAF Molesworth’s U.S. Africa Command Directorate for Intelligence. In the face of this need, he has voluntarily created and donated over 1000 protective face shields for medical personnel in the local community to protect against the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • COVID-19 Mission Readiness

    The 501st Combat Support Wing displays mission readiness during COVID-19.
  • Pathfinder History: RAF Alconbury’s Medal of Honor recipient

    A U.S. Army Air Forces pilot stationed at RAF Alconbury, England, received the Medal of Honor in 1943 for his bravery during a flight over Germany during World War II.
  • 3rd AF CC visits 501st CSW

    U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. John Wood, Third Air Force commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Randy Kwiatkowski, Third Air Force command chief, visited 501st Combat Support Wing Airmen and facilities and recognized outstanding performers in the wing.
  • Joint readiness through unity

    The 423rd Air Base Group and U.S. Africa Command Directorate for Intelligence at RAF Molesworth worked together to facilitate Joint Immersion Day, Feb. 20, 2020, and build a bridge between service members at RAF Alconbury and RAF Molesworth.
  • 422nd CS, CES tackle B31 UPS replacement

    Airmen and civilian personnel from the 422nd Communications and Civil Engineer Squadrons replaced a B31 Uninterruptable Power System Nov. 14, at RAF Croughton.
  • RAF Wing Commander Basil Turner (ret.) remembrance

    The 501st Combat Support Wing salutes RAF Wing Commander Basil Turner (ret.) for his service and dedication to his country as well as being a friend to the USAF.
  • 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.
  • Airmen from the 426th ABS support NATO exercise

    Exercise TRIDENT JUPITER 19-1, one of the largest NATO exercises in recent history, concluded at ten different locations across Europe Nov. 14.
  • The pipes are calling

    As the melody is carried through the breeze, the distinctive sound of the bagpipe pulls on many heartstrings as listeners’ eyes begin to glisten.Bagpipers have performed at countless ceremonies for the 501st Combat Support Wing, but one has his roots embedded in the history of RAF Alconbury for over 40 years.John Maxwell Gary Leith Kernaghan, a
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