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  • 389th FS showcases F-15Es to pilot training students, practices off-station operations

    In support of 19th Air Force’s initiative to revitalize the pilot training enterprise in conjunction with Undergraduate Pilot Training (UPT) 2.5, over six days in September the 389th Fighter Squadron “Thunderbolts” visited three UPT bases with four F-15E Strike Eagles. Visiting Vance, Laughlin, and Sheppard Air Force Bases, T-Bolt pilots and weapon systems officers (WSOs) spoke to more than 300 student pilots in each stage of training – pre-flight academics, Phase 2 T-6 Texan II flying training, and Phase 3 advanced training in the T-38 Talon.
  • Work & Life Balance – Dispelling the Myth!

    Balance can’t always be measured a day or even week at a time. Balance, like resiliency, is measured over the long haul. Part of finding this long-term healthy mindset is acknowledging the fact that the desired work-life balance may be slightly off day to day. Be willing to accept that we strive for “perfection” with the understanding that we may never really obtain it.
  • WSEP 20.12 provides opportunities for test and training

    The 83d Fighter Weapons Squadron hosted squadrons from across the country for Weapons System Evaluation Program East 20.12 from September 15-25, 2020 enabling first-time shooter experience for front-line Combat Air Force squadrons while shaping the future fight through integrated operational test and Weapons School participation.
  • 60th CONJEFAMER Air Chiefs discuss COVID-19, air operations, space domain

    Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force Gen. Charles Q. Brown, Jr., and 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern) Commander Maj. Gen. Barry R. Cornish, virtually joined Air Chiefs from 19 nations across the Western Hemisphere for the 60th Conference of the American Air Chiefs (CONJEFAMER), as known by its Spanish acronym, Sept 30, 2020.
  • Combat Metals builds on partnership with Kuwait

    Even in deployed environments, where more rudimentary tools and equipment can be found, an Airman’s ability to adapt and overcome obstacles is still a highly respected and sought after trait. Since every machine requires regular maintenance or repairs, the Airmen’s capability to work on aircraft from other countries is integral for all services to continue the mission.
  • October is Domestic Violence Prevention Month: ‘United to End Abuse’

    National Domestic Violence Awareness Month has been recognized every October for the last 31 years as a time when people and communities across the United States honor those who have lost their lives to domestic violence.
  • Suicide Leaves Bruises: Final 24

    A porch is a place where families gather to greet each other after months of being apart, a place where people sit to enjoy their drinks and watch their neighbors pass by, a place where hugs and love is spread throughout the hearts that gather there. Does anyone ever think that their porch is where they would spend their last hours thinking about life and then putting a gun to their head?
  • Department of the Air Force makes additional updates to dress and appearance regulations

    Following the Department of the Air Force’s initial review, a diverse panel of Total Force Airmen completed a second review of Air Force grooming and appearance guidance in order to enhance inclusiveness while maintaining Department of the Air Force professional standards.
  • Spartan Warrior 20-9: NATO strengthens air power through distributed training

    In an effort to strengthen distributed training capabilities, the U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa Warfare Center hosted a multinational exercise at their facility and various facilities around the world, Sept. 22-28. The exercise, Spartan Warrior 20-9, utilized the Warfare Center’s robust simulation assets to introduce air and ground scenarios for U.S. and NATO participants, including MQ-9 Reaper operators from Creech Air Force Base, Nevada; and other entities.
  • NTTR: Conservation through cooperation

    The NTTR and the 99th CES work closely with local, state, and federal environmental agencies to sustain the range while maintaining military capabilities. They employ teams of biologists, anthropologists and natural resource managers to ensure the impact on the range remains as minimally invasive as possible.