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  • Air Force receives first F-15EX

    The U.S. Air Force officially accepted the first F-15EX from the Boeing Co. on March 10, 2021 at the company’s St. Louis facility.
  • gatewayONE and attritableONE test moves joint force one step closer to “IoT.mil,” demonstrates F-22, F-35 first secure bi-directional data sharing

    This test was the latest demonstration of the transformative warfighting impact of the open architecture underpinning the Advanced Battle Management System.
  • AFTC Joint Simulation Environment becomes reality

    Air Force Test Center broke ground on the 52,000 sq. ft. Joint Simulation Environment facility at Nellis AFB, Nevada, Nov. 5 during a ceremony hosted by the 412th Electronic Warfare Group.
  • Air Force cancels 2020 Marathon, offers virtual option

    Numerous scenarios were explored to produce an event that was safe for all and met the high event standards. All scenarios led the marathon team to conclude the event would be unable to proceed in a manner that participants have come to expect.
  • AFMC, ACC expand weapons system collaboration

    Gen. Arnold W. Bunch, Jr., commander, Air Force Materiel Command and Gen. Mike Holmes, commander, Air Combat Command, signed a memorandum of agreement establishing the Lead Wing Collaboration Program during the Technology and Acquisition Sustainment Review Conference, Jan. 29 at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia.
  • History office plays key role in OCP emblem-to-patch conversion

    As the Air Force begins transitioning from the current Airman Battle Uniform to the Operational Camouflage Pattern, there is a renewed focus on emblems and patches across Air Force units as Airmen will once again be able to wear unit patches on their sleeves. Patch wear was phased out when the ABU was deployed in 2007. It is to this historical tradition that we can trace the evolution of military emblems and patches said AFMC historian during an in-depth look at the relevance and importance of heraldic symbols to airpower today. A key point that units need to understand is that just because a unit has an emblem it does not automatically mean that they are authorized a patch to wear.
  • Complex closes out fiscal 2016 with 182 aircraft

    For Brig. Gen. John Kubinec, the continued mission success the Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex experienced in 2016 is a direct result of “having the ‘best on the planet’ professional workforce, a strong, collaborative partnership with our union, amazing civilian leadership and the Art of the Possible production system.”
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