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  • Fleet Master Chief Addington Visits 352 SOW

    Fleet Master Chief (SS/SW) Crispian Addington, European Command Senior Enlisted Leader tours the 352d Special Operations Wing facilities and meets with leaders and airmen during his visit to RAF Mildenhall, 10 Jan., 2018. Fleet Master Chief Addington spoke to Airmen about the importance of proper maintenance and safety protocols to ensure the success of the mission.
  • Estonian SOF CV-22 Fast Rope

    Estonian and U.S. Special Operation Forces operators prepare to board a U.S. Air Force CV-22 Osprey, assigned to the 352d Special Operations Wing, during fast rope training near Amari, Estonia, Dec. 12, 2017. Estonian and U.S. SOF conducted Fast Rope Insertion and Extraction System training to build combined NATO SOF readiness. (U.S. Army photo by
  • Air Force saves Airmen time, no longer requires first year evaluations

    Air Force officials announced Jan. 4, 2018, Enlisted Performance Reports are no longer required for regular Air Force Airmen in the grade of airman first class and below with less than 36 months’ Time-In-Service or Air Reserve Component Airmen below the grade of senior airman.
  • Ability to Survive and Operate; Airmen practice protection against CBRN

    Air Commandos with the 67th Special Operations Squadron, 352d Special Operations Wing execute a training mission over the local area with emergency response procedures for chemical warfare during an Ability to Survive and Operate (ATSO) exercise 13 Dec., 2017, RAF Mildenhall. The integrated ATSO and chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear
  • Team Mildenhall hosts annual Yuletide reception

    Distinguished visitors from the local community attended the Yuletide reception at RAF Mildenhall Dec. 1. Guests were greeted by leadership from the 100th Air Refueling Wing, the 352d Special Operations Wing and the 48th Fighter Wing at RAF Lakenheath.
  • SABC refresher; quick aid saves lives

    Members of the 352d Special Operations Wing receive self-aid buddy care training to recertify for the year on RAF Mildenhall, 30 Nov. 2017. SABC rehearses medical treatments required to perform battlefield medical care under pressure, ensuring the ability to stop bleeding and clearing an airway.
  • Mission of Maintenance

    Recently, members of the 352d Special Operations Maintenance Squadron, 352 SOW had the opportunity to tour the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA), a charity organization providing helicopter emergency medical service (HEMS) for the people of East Anglia. EAAA’s Chief Executive, Patrick Peal, the honorary commander of 352 SOMXS, led them on a tour of his facilities and to see one of the helicopters that are the foundation of crisis response management for the charity. The event showcased the two team’s ability to learn from each other through sharing of maintenance techniques and procedures.
  • Team Mildenhall hosts local High Sheriff visit

    Three members of the Office of High Sheriff visited RAF Mildenhall, Oct. 13, as part of a familiarization visit.
  • Military free-fall; Air Commandos reign from above

    Airmen with the 321st Special Tactics Squadron, 352 Special Operations Wing execute a military free fall jump out of an MC-130J Commando II over southern England, 29 Sept. 2017. The ability to quickly assemble, maneuver and deploy forces through such tactics as military free-fall are crucial to the special operational forces mission.
  • SOCEUR Commander visits Air Commandos

    U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Mark C. Schwartz (right), commander of U.S. Special Operations Command Europe, receives a briefing from the U.S. Air Force’s 352d Special Operations Maintenance Squadron during his visit to 352d Special Operations Wing on RAF Mildenhall, 7 Sept. 2017. As a part of the briefing, Schwartz observed a CV-22B Osprey during its
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