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The 2nd Bomb Wing conducts the primary mission of Barksdale

Air Force Base, La., with three squadrons of B-52H Stratofortress bombers - the 11th Bomb Squadron, which is the training

squadron, the 20th Bomb Squadron and the 96th Bomb Squadron.

Together they ensure the 2nd Bomb Wing provides flexible, responsive, global combat capability, autonomously or in concert with other forces, and trains all

Air Force Global Strike Command and Air Force Reserve B-52 crews.

The Deuce provides our nation with strategic deterrence capabilities and devastating global combat air power-- anytime, anywhere.

. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.
. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.
. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.
. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.
. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.
. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.
. Airmen ran at the base fitness center to promote mental health and suicide awareness.
Barks Brief graphic for Barksdale Air Force Base.
Project Arc is a program that consists of scientists and engineers from across the Air Force working with units to tackle problems and challenges using their knowledge to design new tools, widgets or rework a workflow.
Project Arc is a program that consists of scientists and engineers from across the Air Force working with units to tackle problems and challenges using their knowledge to design new tools, widgets or rework a workflow.
Project Arc is a program that consists of scientists and engineers from across the Air Force working with units to tackle problems and challenges using their knowledge to design new tools, widgets or rework a workflow.
Project Arc is a program that consists of scientists and engineers from across the Air Force working with units to tackle problems and challenges using their knowledge to design new tools, widgets or rework a workflow.

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