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THE 2020 Charles D. Mohrle MEMORIAL AWARD TO:

Major Michael “Bull” Shaw

FOR: Dedicated and outstanding service to the 510th Fighter Squadron while serving as the squadron Weapons and Tactics Officer, 510 Fighter Squadron. The unmatched professional skill, dedication, and ceaseless efforts of Major Michael Shaw resulted in major contributions to the operational capabilities of the 510th Fighter Squadron. He always prioritized the well-being of his Squadron and the Mission and his tireless efforts led to the outstanding performance of the unit.

Monday, 25 January 2021 13:54

2020 Roll Up From Maintenance = RULE!

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Thursday, 13 August 2020 00:00

Birds of a feather host morale event together

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The 31st Fighter Wing’s vision is to be the Air Force’s most combat ready, go-to Fighter Wing. Getting our jets in the air is a priority and requires Airmen from various units throughout Aviano to get the mission done.

Monday, 23 September 2019 00:00

From First to Final Flight

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Several thousands of feet in the air, an unlikely reunion takes place at Aviano Air Base, Italy.

Friday, 08 January 2021 19:27

Update from Buzzard 01

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The squadron has spent the last year hunkered down since we’re at the epicenter of Europe’s pandemic.  I’m very proud of their discipline and dedication to mission throughout. 

Aviano Air Base is situated in the northeast of Italy, not far from what was the global hotspot of the new coronavirus outbreak.

Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, 3rd Air Force and 17th Expeditionary Air Force commander visited Airmen from the 31st Fighter Wing participating in Arctic Challenge Exercise 2015 here, June 1.

Aircrew from the 40th Flight Test Squadron recently returned from the squadron’s first-ever international deployment.

Chief Master Sergeant Chad T. Gaddy is the 510th Aircraft Maintenance Unit Superintendent, Aviano Air Base, Italy. He provides senior enlisted leadership and resource management to more than 200 maintenance personnel supporting 25 Block-40 F-16C/D Falcons valued at 950 Million dollars.

During a recent raid on a terrorist stronghold in a remote Afghan village, U.S. ground forces came under enemy fire. They called for close air support, and shortly thereafter, an F-16 Fighting Falcon dropped munitions to eliminate the threat.

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