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.
The commanding general of the Arizona National Guard flew in the back seat of an F-16D Fighting Falcon on July 7 to experience first hand the 162nd FWs pilot training mission at Tucson International Airport.
Without the work of expeditionary weapons-loaders, who load munitions on aircraft, the F-16s in the fight would be no different than any commercial airliner in terms of strike capability.
Airmen from the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing welcomed a new commander during a change-of-command ceremony in a hazy sandstorm on July 4.
A former 421st Fighter Squadron commander returned to take command of the 388th Fighter Wing in a ceremony Tuesday in Hangar 37.
The Obama administration finally agreed to Egypt's longstanding request to purchase 24 new Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter aircraft.
An Israeli F-16 downed a small Chinese Unmanned Aerial Vehicle in a training exercise on Tuesday.
Five Polish Air Force F-16s departed for Greece from the Krzesiny base, near Poznan for a Squadron Exchange exercise.
On May 13 two F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots climbed into their jets and took to the skies over Northern Japan for a first of its kind training mission.
The 944th Fighter Wing commander logged his 3,000th F-16 flying hour May 20 in a basic fighter maneuver mission at Luke AFB.
On May 22, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notified Congress of a possible Foreign Military Sale to the Government of the Republic of Korea to support the upgrade of 35 F-16 Block 32 Aircraft.
The first four F-16 Block 52+ from the Peace Xenia IV program have arrived at Araxos AB, Greece around 16:00h local time with a small fanfare.
Hill AFB could loose one-third of its F-16s after the air force announced it plans to remove 250 aircraft from its fleet in a accelerated retirement program according to the Standard Examiner.
Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany would lose 18 F-16s and possibly one of its three fighter squadrons in a plan the Air Force announced Tuesday to eliminate about 250 fighter jets from its inventory.