The Air Force is proposing to base 23 extra F-15 Eagles & F-16 Fighting Falcons, with additional personnel at Nellis AFB as a result of changes mandated by the recent BRAC process.
Airmen from Incirlik's 39th Logistic Readiness Squadron recently began practicing a refueling technique not used at this base in more than a decade.
Air National Guardsmen and F-16s from Selfridge Air National Guard Base arrived in Iraq last week to fly missions as part of the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing, according to a press release.
Brig. Gen. Sam Angelella said his final farewell to Misawa servicemembers before relinquishing command of the 35th Fighter Wing to Col. Terrence O'Shaughnessy Jan. 17 at Misawa AB, Japan.
The last four F-16 Fighting Falcons of the North Dakota Air National Guard left their Fargo base and headed to the military bone yard in Arizona. On route the jets performed a final fly past of the state capital, Bismarck.
Six F-16C/D Fighting Falcons from the 354th Fighter Wing at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, are deployed to Singapore to participate in the second iteration of Exercise Commando Sling, which began Jan. 8 and runs through Jan. 26.
A new training mission arrived at Incirlik Air Base. In three waves, 16 F-16CJs from the 22nd FS taxied onto the Golf Loop where they will hang their wings over the next six to seven weeks.
A certain silence which had reigned over the US Incirlik air base in the Turkish city of Adana for the past 3 years came to a close today.
Some pilots dedicate their entire lives to serving their country in the cockpit and reach certain milestones, including a 1,000 hours of flight, then 2,000 hours of flight; but reaching 3,000 hours is an accomplishment many only dream of.
In Friday morning's wee hours, more than 10 F-16s with the 13th Fighter Squadron at Misawa headed over the Pacific Ocean toward Nellis AFB, Nev., for the elite combat training exercise known as Red Flag.
It's not often an American four-star general has the opportunity to present prestigious war medals to coalition partners, but Jan. 2 was a special occasion.
One of three F-16s that patrolled the skies over Washington, D.C., during the 2001 terrorist attacks now headed to the McChord Air Force Base Museum in Washington state.
Officials from the 35th FW said they are confident F-16s at Misawa can safely resume use of the BDU-33 based on findings of a nearly two-week investigation into the accidental dropping of the 25-pound dummy bombs in two recent incidents.
Nearly 140 pilots, maintainers, crew chiefs and loaders from the 79th Fighter Squadron returned to Shaw AFB Dec. 19 from Exercise Iron Falcon 0701 in Southwest Asia.
After flying fighters for more than 23 years, he said he cannot believe he is paid to do it. Col. Darryl Roberson
, 52nd FW commander, reached 1,000 hours in the F-16 on Nov. 17, the third time he has reached this milestone in his Air Force career.