F-16 block 30s belonging to the 186th FS, Montana ANG are making there final flights after serving the state for more than 20 years as they are being replaced by the F-15 Eagle.
More than 125 Airmen and approximately 10 F-16s from the 55th Fighter Squadron are participating in a multinational exercise called Red Flag, which is hosted at Eielson AFB, Alaska, from June 3-21.
Maj. Sean Gustafson, 93rd Fighter Squadron pilot, made history after being the first Air Force Reserve pilot chosen to fly on the Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Team' since its inception in 1953.
The United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, commonly known as the 'Thunderbirds,' publicly announced incoming officer selections June 2 for the 2009 demonstration season.
Col. Lee T. Wight assumed command of the 52nd FW, June 3, at 9.52 a.m., in a ceremony on Spangdahlem's flight line.
Enhancing interoperability and allied war fighting lethality are just a few of the aims for Kunsan Air Base airmen currently mobilized to the Republic of Singapore.
A graduate of Texas A & M University became the 47th "Wolf" today in front of Wolf Pack Airmen and various community and military leaders from the Republic of Korea and the U.S.
113th Wing, District of Columbia Air National Guard responded to their 2000th scramble since Sept. 11, 2001 on May 6.
Luke Thunderbolts, friends and family members of the "Panthers" gathered to support the 63rd Fighter Squadron change of command ceremony on May 12.
The 18th Aggressor Squadron's first pilot to reach a career hallmark flew his 2,000th hour in the F-16 on May 7.
Members of the 18th Aggressor Squadron are playing an important role in Northern Edge 2008, an annual joint-training exercise currently taking place at Eielson AFB.
It's not every day Airmen here get the chance to work with live, expensive bombs for the Fighting Falcon, but the Shooters are out the door for another deployment on a mission to get some practice.
Fighting through Afghanistan's windstorms with the help of Night Vision Goggles, the pilot's executed their plan with precision.
May 4th, 2008 marks the end of an era, and the start of a new one for the 174th Fighter Wing, Hancock Field, Syracuse, NY. Col. Anthony B. Basile has been the Wing Commander of the 174th Fighter Wing since 2003.
Family and friends of the 310th FS "Top Hats" and 425th FS "Black Widows," gathered to support two changes of command ceremonies here April 24 and 25.