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  • Support leads to success for F-22 students in Key West

    More than 250 personnel assigned to the 325th Fighter Wing packed up and went on temporary duty to Naval Air Station Key West, Florida, from July 10 - 24. They travelled in support of the 43d Fighter Squadron’s F-22 Formal Training Unit capstone. Units from Tyndall Air Force Base and Eglin AFB were present to ensure F-22 Raptor student pilots, who flew in 54 sorties for the dissimilar air combat training over the southern Gulf of Mexico, were met with success.
  • Refueling Raptors in Key West

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Joseph Patterson, 128th Air Refueling Wing boom operator, prepares to refuel an F-22 Raptor over the Gulf of Mexico, July 15, 2021. The Wisconsin Air National Guard’s 128th ARW assisted the 325th Fighter Wing with inflight refuels during the F-22 Formal Training Unit dissimilar air combat training capstone at Naval Air
  • Raptors take off in Key West

    A U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor assigned to the 325th Fighter Wing takes off at Naval Air Station Key West, Florida, July 15, 2021. The 325th FW mobilized to NAS Key West in support of the F-22 Formal Training Unit capstone which provided an opportunity for student pilots to fly dissimilar air combat training missions with fourth-generation aircraft.
  • 325th FW Raptors TDY in Key West

    A U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor assigned to the 325th Fighter Wing during sunrise at Naval Air Station Key West, Florida, July 14, 2021. The 325th FW mobilized to NAS Key West to support the F-22 Formal Training Unit capstone where student pilots participate in dissimilar air combat training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Brad Sturk)
  • Maintenance Airman shadowed by commander

    A maintenance professional from the Air Force Reserve Command’s 44th Maintenance Squadron showcased his daily duties to the 325th Fighter Wing commander in early November 2017, as part of the Airman Shadow Program. Senior Airman Gerald Austin, 44th MXS aircraft maintenance journeyman, known also as a crew chief, was chosen by 44th Fighter Group leadership to show Col. Michael Hernandez the responsibilities associated with being an F-22 Raptor crew chief. Hernandez visited the maintenance squadron prior to accompanying Austin to the flightline for an F-22 Raptor pre-flight inspection.
  • Tyndall’s Total Force: 44th Maintenance Squadron keeps F-22 Raptors flying

    Whether they’re on active or reserve orders, the Airmen of the 44th Maintenance Squadron keep Tyndall’s F-22 Raptors mission ready through the process of Total Force Integration.
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