• Wyvern Warrior - SrA Judah Wine

    This week’s Wyvern Warrior is Senior Airman Judah Wine.
  • Reenlistment aboard KC-135 honors father-in-law

    Reenlisting in the United States Air Force is a special occasion for many Airmen. Wingmen, friends, and family gather to celebrate as Airmen reaffirm their oath to protect and defend the constitution for several more years. Master Sgt. William Hinchcliff, 31st Security Forces Squadron operations non-commissioned officer in charge, says reenlistments have been particularly special occasions for him.
  • Legal Office Tax Center opens at Aviano

    This year’s tax season has officially begun and the Aviano Legal Office is here to help.
  • 57th RQS Parachute Rigger Earns Save

    Senior Master Sgt. Maurice Muro, Operations Superintendent for the 57th Rescue Squadron, had completed more than 1,100 successful parachute jumps in his Air Force career before taking off for a joint exercise in Spain.
  • Wyvern Warriors stay rapidly ready

    When it comes to sustaining lethal and combat ready forces, the 31st Fighter Wing stays ready, even when called to perform at short notice.
  • Slovenian military leaders 1st visit to Aviano AB

    SlovenianArmed Forces leaders visited Aviano Air Base, Italy, Jan. 22, 2019.The visitfamiliarized Slovenian military leaders with the 31st Fighter Wing mission inorder to strengthen the U.S. and Slovenian partnership. “Thewillingness of our Slovenian counterparts to visit Aviano and continue thediscussions of shared military training opportunities
  • 31st Dental Squadron hosts Dental Give Back Day

    The 31st Dental Squadron hosted a Dental Give Back day, Jan. 12, 2019 at Aviano Air Base, Italy.
  • Wyvern 1 Welcomes Community to 2nd Town Hall

    Leadership from the 31st Fighter Wing hosted a Town Hall for Airmen, contractors, civilian and Italian employees, and families at Aviano Air Base, Italy, Jan. 15, 2019.
  • 31 FW Safety Office protects Airmen, resources, combat capabilities

    A fire hydrant, damaged by an unsafely driven forklift,leaked water onto an office building’s parking lot. The water froze over andthe next day an Airman slipped and broke their arm. This real world scenario, recalled by Master Sgt. VictorioGutierrez, 31st Fighter Wing Safety superintendent, cost the wing time, money,and resources.Luckily, the 31st
  • Big Savings from a Small Innovation

    They’re about two inches in diameter and three inches long. They weigh heavy in your hand and to untrained eyes, they look like just regular bolts. However, these pins, milled to perfect dimensions and design specifications by our fabrication flight, will save our wing 1,500 man-hours and 480 non-mission capable hours annually.The pins are used by