Colonel James Post relinquished command of the 20th Fighter Wing to Col. Joseph Guastella at a change of command ceremony.
The 13th FS won top honors as the best F-16 squadron in the Air Force, and the 35th FW as top F-16 wing in the Air Force.
The New York Air National Guard's 174th Fighter Wing said goodbye to two F-16 fighter jets as they left Hancock Field Air National Guard Base, today.
The 51st Fighter Wing commander, Col. Jon A. Norman, will move to a new assignment as Air Force Chief of Staff executive officer in Washington, D.C., base officials said Tuesday.
Since that unforgettable morning on September 11, 2001, the F-16s here have patrolled local skies and stood alert, ready to answer the nation's call to identify or intercept unresponsive or otherwise threatening aircraft.
Langley pilots faced a new adversary during dog fights the past two weeks.
Members of the 14th Fighter Squadron deployed to Central Command area of responsibility on September 21st as part of the Global War on Terrorism.
The final F-16 #87-0296 from the 183rd Fighter Wing will depart Springfield, Illinois this Tuesday, one week before the the unit marks its 60th anniversary.
More than 200 Kunsan Airmen left the base early Sept. 14 to participate in Red Flag-Alaska.
As a young Air Force brat, Lt. Col. John Wynne
dreamed of one day being an officer just like his dad.
The 482nd FW has evacuated 25 F-16 fighter jets along with dozens of maintenance personnel to Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Fort Worth, Texas, as a precaution for Tropical Storm Hanna's projected path up the Florida coast on Sept. 3.
In a change of command ceremony officiated by Lt. Gen. Edward Rice Jr., commander of US Forces Japan and 5th AF, Col. David Stilwell became the new commander of the 35th FW in Hangar 949 at 9:30 a.m. Monday.
The 14th Fighter Squadron will tackle its second Iraq deployment in less than two years with the hindsight of experience.
Over European castles, Middle Eastern deserts and Pacific islands, F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots are soaring in ever-increasing numbers.
Leadership of the 35th Fighter Wing will change hands later this month with current commander Col. Terrence J. O’Shaughnessy headed for a new assignment in Hawaii, base officials announced last week.