11TH BOMB SQUADRON

 

MISSION: Provide frontline units with the highest quality B-52 aviators capable of maintaining the highest standards of conduct and performance required to assume the nation’s special trust and responsibility for the world’s most powerful weapons.

VISION: A TFE team of elite, highly disciplined professionals who grow and develop the world’s best Airmen who are expertly prepared to assume the special trust and responsibility for the world’s most powerful weapons and worthy to carry on our historic heritage.

PRIORITIES: Lead People: Take care of families, Develop great work environment/relationships, Grow great decision makers

Execute FTU Mission: Teamwork – TFE, shops, officer, enlisted, Disciplined professionalism 

Pride, Ownership, Heritage: Teach the B-52 history and heritage, On/off duty relationships and events

(Current as of September 2018)

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