Shaw Air Force Base Airmen joined volunteers of the South Carolina wing of the Civil Air Patrol in Exercise Fertile Keynote on August 11th.
One Aviano Airman received some exciting and surprising news recently when he was told of his selection as the 2008 U.S. Air Forces in Europe Fighter Aviator of the Year.
A New York Air National Guard pilot in the 174th Fighter Wing has become the 25th pilot in the world to accrue 4,000 hours of flight time in the F-16.
Launching and recovering aircraft are part of a crew chief's responsibility, having your final assignment be a pilot's 4,000 flying hour flight is an unbelievable coincidence.
The Air Force released a trove of photos and documents late Friday related to the Air Force One photo shoot that sent residents of New York City into a state of panic in April.
Recently, 20th Maintenance Group Airmen tackled the task of a one-time inspection of 87, 20th Fighter Wing Lockheed-Martin F-16 Fighting Falcons to ensure the safety of the wing's pilots and aircraft.
The Dutch Ministry of Defence, announced that this morning six surplus RNLAF F-16's took off from Leeuwarden airbase, for a new home in Jordan.
New computer system lets pilots fire precision-guided munitions at sites previously deemed unsafe.
First Officer Jeff Skiles, co-pilot of the U.S. Airways flight that crash-landed in the Hudson River in January, took to the skies Thursday with the Thunderbirds, the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron.
For the first time in Red Flag history, two brothers are running the show.
Las Vegas may have a reputation for fun and games, but when it comes to Red Flag exercises, there is no room for messing around, especially for the new guys.
Flying at home station is necessary for training, but flying with other units, especially an allied unit like the Israeli Air Force, results in valuable experience and preparation for the fight.
Four pilots with the 115th Fighter Wing proved developing the bonds of comradeship with coalition partners can occur in the most unique situations when they delivered four F-16 Fighting Falcons to Araxos Air Base, Greece, on June 20.
Airmen from Osan Air Base joined military members from across the world this week to participate in what is considered the most intense training opportunity available to combat flying units- RED FLAG-Alaska 09-03, scheduled for July 23 - Aug. 7.
The Air Force announced June 25 a proposed force structure realignment plan for fiscal 2010 and it includes a summary of military and civilian personnel changes and reassignment of aircraft at Air Force bases, including Luke Air Force Base.