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  • 430th EECS begins operations with new E-11A BACN

    The 430th EECS is the only unit in the U.S. Air Force that operates the E-11A aircraft with the Battlefield Airborne Communication Node or BACN payload. As such, the Black Wolves strive to provide consistent and effective communication channels for air, ground and maritime forces in the U.S. Central

  • Multi-Capable Airmen lead the way for 443rd AES

    A team of Multi-Capable Airmen at Al Asad Air Base, Iraq, have stepped out of their traditional responsibilities to become vital force multipliers for joint and coalition partners across the installation.

  • F-15EX proves out full air-to-air capability

    Flying locally over the Gulf of Mexico, two F-15EX Eagle II aircraft take a major step in launching missiles from their new weapon stations. This operational flight over the Eglin Test and Training Complex demonstrated the Eagle II aircraft’s capability of carrying of 12 missiles.

  • MK-84 Conical Bomb Assembly

    Superior firepower is a key aspect of air superiority. The 332d Expeditionary Maintenance Squadron, Munitions Flight, provides weaponry to make sure warfighters can secure victory in any situation. On Oct. 28, 332d EMXS/AMMO Munitions Systems specialists assembled MK-84 conical bombs, preparing them

  • Well maintained: A look into 4CMS avionics backshop

    Everyday 68 Airmen from the 4th Component Maintenance Squadron avionics backshop team perform repairs on 23 different avionics instruments of all shapes and sizes at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina.

  • AF supports joint exercise to modernize tactical C2 capabilities

    The 505th Command and Control Wing supported the Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center’s assessment of forward edge battle management command and control capabilities to advance the Department of Defense’s Joint All Domain Command and Control, or JADC2, concept during exercise Project