The 124th Fighter Squadron under the 132nd Fighter Wing has new tail markings to usher in a change in the F-16 which they operate. On March 30, 2007 the 124th Fighter Squadron gave up its last F-16 block 42 for the older model of the F-16, a block 30.
Eielson Air Force Base F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots took to the sky as aggressors for the first time in Red Flag-Alaska history during the exercise that runs April 5 through 21.
Hill AFB's 34th Fighter Squadron's "Rude Rams" recently completed a deployment in direct support of homeland defense, called Operation Noble Eagle.
Airmen from Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., recently deployed as mission ready warfighters to participate in Red Flag-Alaska, a multi-service, multi-platform coordinated, combat operations exercise.
The 419th Fighter Wing is losing its F-16 aircraft and becoming the first fighter associate wing in the U.S. Air Force along with their active duty partners, the 388th Fighter Wing.
Misawa's deployed F-16 pilots got back into the fight last week in Iraq while supporting some major Army operations, reported Lt. Col. Chuck Toplikar, the 14th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron commander.
Past and present 388th Fighter Wing leaders met March 26 on the wing ramp to mark the completion of a $6.25 million aircraft shelter and lighting project, a quality of life initiative for wing Airmen.
Nearly 16 years of flying F-16 fighters officially ended on March 16 when the 389th Fighter Squadron officially transferred to a new airframe and a new mission during a ceremony in Hangar 201.
Shaw's Viper East F-16 Demonstration Team started this year's season March 1st with the annual Heritage Flight training conference at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz.
In February, F-16C Fighting Falcons from the 61st Fighter Squadron performed a mission in the skies over the Gila Bend Air Force auxiliary field that had not been performed there before.
The Dutch F-16 are slowly arriving at the Springfield Airbase in Ohio. The official welcoming opening is scheduled for April 24, 2007.
Michigan Air National Guardsmen returned home after serving approximately 45 days with the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing at Balad airbase, 40 miles north of Baghdad.
The 18th Fighter Squadron recently procured the Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System (JHMCS) helmets, an important war-fighting upgrade that will help keep them at the tip of the spear.
A staff sergeant who watched as one airman attempted and another threw a small frog into a running F-16 jet engine received three months in jail and a bad conduct discharge in a Kunsan Air Base courtroom Friday night.
Col. James N. "Bull" Post III took command of the Air Force's 20th Fighter Wing during a ceremony yesterday at Shaw AFB.