After two weeks of intense training, 309th Fighter Squadron and 309th Aircraft Maintenance Unit personnel and F-16 Fighting Falcons recently returned from an exercise at Mountain Home Air Force Base, Idaho.
Kwangju Air Base, Republic of Korea, is hosting the fourth annual MAX THUNDER exercise, a bi-lateral training exercise with ROK military forces.
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Being an insurgent in Afghanistan and posing a threat to the progression of the Afghan people recently became a lot more dangerous.
The Airmen of the 114th Fighter Wing, South Dakota Air National Guard, have once again distinguished themselves as the most outstanding Air National Guard fighter unit in the nation.
The 148th Fighter Wing said goodbye to an old friend on September 14, 2010 when the last F-16 Block 25, aircraft #84-1236, left the base.
Maj. Sean Gustafson has a simple but important message for his fellow Air Force reservists: "If they can dream it, they can do it. The opportunities available to reservists today are truly unlimited."
After 69 years in existence, the 61st Fighter Squadron will stand down in a ceremony at 4 p.m. in Hangar 413.
The United States Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron, commonly known as the 'Thunderbirds,' publicly announced the incoming public affairs officer selection today for the 2011 Thunderbird demonstration season.
Members of the 555th Fighter Squadron, known as the "Triple Nickel," and 31st Aircraft Maintenance Squadron pack up their tool boxes and set their jets on a return course to Aviano Air Base, Italy, today, after spending two weeks conducting air-to-air and air-to-ground exercises with the Swedish Air Force at Norrbotten Wing, or "F 21 Wing."
The 480th Fighter Squadron is the 52nd Fighter Wing's newest F-16 Fighting Falcon squadron as of 13.48h today at an activation ceremony held in a hangar.
Col. Mike Roberts, 178th Fighter Wing Commander; Col. Craig Wallace, 178th Vice Commander; Lt. Col. John Thompson, 162nd Fighter Squadron Commander; Lt. Col. Nathan Thomas, 162nd Director of Operations; fly their final missions in the F-16 Fighting Falcon at the 178 FW, Springfield, Ohio on July 30th.
The 22nd Fighter Squadron will boast its name, "The Big 22," when it launches two F-16 Fighting Falcons twice a day Aug. 2-5 during Allied Strike 2010.
More than 170 Airmen from the 13th Fighter Squadron and the 35th Maintenance Group deployed throughout the week to participate in exercises Distant Frontier and Red Flag-Alaska.
Command of the U.S. Air Force's most diverse flying organization changed hands July 16 as Brig. Gen. T.J. O'Shaughnessy assumed command of the 57th Wing from Brig. Gen. Russ Handy.
A local fighter squadron with an extremely rich and far-reaching history will inactivate this week due to the Combat Air Forces restructuring plan (CAF Redux).