• 31 MXG family stays resilient

    For several months, Italy has been battling COVID-19, a new coronavirus disease affecting thousands of people worldwide. With the help of their Italian partners, U.S. service members stationed at Aviano Air Base have been able to deter threats through safe, secure, and effective operations during this global outbreak.
  • Aviano Post Office keeps Wyvern Nation connected

    The importance of the postal service has increased during COVID-19, providing a means of receiving essential items when people are staying home to help slow the spread of the virus. The post office staff has also implemented measures to protect staff and customers, such as cleaning and sanitizing work surfaces and door handles, and removing the requirement to sign for packages to limit contact.
  • Public Health continues mission: COVID-19 prevention

    Since February, the 31st Medical Group Public Health office has shifted their focus to administering screening calls and advising Aviano Air Base community members on preventive measures to help reduce the risk of contracting the novel Coronavirus.
  • 31st Fighter Wing remains Lethal, Rapidly Ready

    The 31st Fighter Wing is dedicated to remaining lethal and rapidly ready while operating within the confines of very important decrees set down by the Italian government.
  • 31st Force Support Squadron Passport Office: Small office, big impact

    The Passport Office at Aviano Air Base, Italy, is tucked away in an unassuming building sandwiched between the sprawling compound of the 606th Air Control Squadron and the always-packed Military Personnel Flight and Finance offices. It shares the ground floor with the Safety Office, among other agencies, and inhabits a space no larger than a tool shed. But don’t let its size fool you -- the Passport Office has a huge impact on the 31st Fighter Wing mission.
  • Honoring Women's History Month

    During the month of March, the Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum join in commemorating and encouraging the study, observance and celebration of the vital role of women in American history.
  • Wyvern Airman brings passion, experience to coaching CrossFit

    It’s 5:30 a.m. at the Wyvern Fitness Center on Aviano Air Base, Italy, and a group of weary-eyed CrossFit athletes shuffles in. As the group gathers around CrossFit Aviano’s makeshift home- two whiteboards stacked on a squat rack in the back of the gym- they’re greeted by a voice with way too much energy for this early in the morning.
  • Wyvern Gaming

    The first Aviano Gaming Group free monthly gaming tournament was held for Aviano personnel on Feb. 22 at the La Bella Vista Club.
  • 2020 Defender Challenge

    “The model defender possesses the qualities that 99% of wyvern defenders exhibit each day: discipline…in thought and action; physically and mentally ready to conquer the challenges of dynamic operating environments; lethal…superior in tactics, smarter than the enemy, and deadly behind the trigger,” said Chief Master Sgt. Lawrence J. Kirkley, the 31st Security Forces Squadron manager.
  • Aviano Starts Combatives Program

    The first Aviano Air Base U.S. Air Force Combatives Program class graduated Feb. 13, at the Wyvern Fitness Center. Seventeen participants graduated the basic warrior course.