Team Thunderbolt has yet another victory to celebrate. October 2, the 62nd Fighter Squadron graduated 10 students from class 09-CBC.
A team of Swamp Foxes sharpened their aerial combat skills in the skies over Alaska during Red Flag 09-03.
The 115th Fighter Wing launched 14 F-16 fighter jets early Tuesday morning as a part of the Wing's scheduled Air Expeditionary Force rotation that began last week when approximately 200 Airmen deployed to theater.
The men and women of the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings arrived in Afghanistan and made history as the first U.S. F-16s to operate out of this country.
In the presence of a select group of invites and 5 days before the start of the 2009 NATO Tiger Meet, F-16AM #FA-87, callsign "BLACKBIRD" was unveiled in a aircraft shelter near the "Tigerslair' - the dispersal of 31 Squadron.
The 100th Fighter Squadron has a proud heritage of service beginning with World War II.
Pilots of the 13th Fighter Squadron returned home August 20 from a six-month deployment to Suwon Air Base, Korea.
Twenty-four members of the Alabama Air National Guard's 100th Fighter Squadron joined the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing's operations group last month.
Dr. Thomas Kennedy, Vice President of the Raytheon Company along with General Craig R. McKinley, chief of the National Guard Bureau, presented the Raytheon Trophy to the 179th FS saying, "It is an honor and a privilege to recognize such a fine unit."
RED FLAG-Alaska is one of the most realistic training exercises in the world, utilizing a massive a training ground that is over 67,000 square miles in size and an environment unmatched by anything in the Asia Pacific region.
Spangdahlem has some of the best Airmen throughout the U.S. Air Forces in Europe. The 23rd Fighter Squadron proved that when the unit was designated the 2008 USAFE Fighter Squadron of the Year.
The 79th Fighter Squadron "Tigers" from Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., flew in a two-week Green Flag exercise to prepare for their deployment to Afghanistan in October.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin’s office announced on Thursday the 183rd FW was being granted a one year extension to its current mission at Springfield's Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport maintaining F-16s.
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When the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds perform at the base's open house this weekend, there likely will be many spectators hoping to be part of that team someday. However, for a man in the crowd, that will be a reality starting this fall.
When your nation calls, it means it's time to start charging and that's what the 13th Expeditionary Fighter Squadron has done.