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  • Reservists sharpen readiness, build relationships at Resolute Sentinel

    Resolute Sentinel is a new 12th Air Force (Air Force Southern)-led U.S. Southern Command exercise first held in 2021. Resolute Sentinel evolved from the longstanding New Horizons and Beyond the Horizons, annual joint humanitarian assistance exercises in Latin America and the Caribbean.

  • Air – Sea METOC convergence

    Air Force and Navy Meteorological and Oceanographic (METOC) leaders from around the world recently converged on Offutt AFB for a series of meetings to chart a course forward on cooperation. Commanders and senior enlisted leaders representing three Navy METOC centers, two AF operations groups and six

  • Nellis leaders, tribal reps visit Native American historical site

    Commanders from the 99th Air Base Wing, the 432nd Wing, and the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) met with six tribal representatives for an excursion to a Native American cultural site within the NTTR on March 21, 2021. Nellis Air Force Base initiated its Native American Program 25 years ago to

  • 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 flip phone to smart phone: AWACS gets an upgrade

    The first fully qualified crew under the new crew design for the E-3 G Airborne Warning and Control System reached their deployment location in September 2020. The first fully qualified crew under the new crew design for the E-3 G Airborne Warning and Control System reached their deployment location