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  • Why I Stay - Staff Sgt. Clum

    U.S. Air Force Staff. Sgt. Nicholas Clum, 314th Fighter Squadron aviation resource management noncommissioned officer in charge, has been in the service for 12 years and during this time he has credited his reenlistment on a multitude of decisions and support from varying factors.

  • Holloman Airman honors his late grandparents

    A pilot having an American flag in their cockpit can symbolize many things, but for U.S. Air Force Maj. Matthew Jerrell, the flag he puts in his cockpit honors his grandparents.

  • 314th Fighter Squadron Class 19-BBH graduation

    Fourteen F-16 Viper student pilots graduated from the 314th Fighter Squadron’s F-16 Basic Course during a ceremony at Hangar 286, Nov. 9, 2019, here.The F-16 B-Course is a 37-week long course required for all student pilots. On average, B-Course students log 70 hours of flying time over 59 sorties

  • Where in the world is the 314th FS, AMU?

    Airmen from the 314th Fighter Squadron and 314th Aircraft Maintenance Unit worked out of Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, in San Diego, California, for a training exercise from May 29 to June 14, 2019.Between the two squadrons, a total of 168 personnel, 16 F-16 Vipers and 14 tons of equipment were

  • Newest ‘Warhawks’ ready to strike

    The 314th Fighter Squadron here graduated its inaugural class of F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots at 6 p.m. June 25 at the Holloman Club. The 17 graduates, class 15-BBH, completed hundreds of hours of training over 10 months to reach the historic ceremony and to join the proud heritage of the 314th.