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  • New life for restored F-35 jet leads to valuable emergency training

    The 388th Maintenance Group recently hosted a first of its kind, F-35 crash recovery course here, using a newly-retired, now reassembled F-35A Lightning II. The F-35 Joint Program Office’s five-day Crash Damaged or Disabled Aircraft Recovery course included 29 maintainers from across the F-35

  • Total Force Integration is thriving in Utah

    The 552nd Air Control Wing is no stranger to Total Force Integration. We see it being practiced throughout the Wing, and its geographically separated units are no exception. At Hill Air Force Base, Utah, the Wing’s 729th Air Control Squadron can be found routinely partnering with the Utah Air

  • Commentary: Juneteenth is more than Texas history. It is American history.

    Many may ask what the significance of Juneteenth is and to me, as a native Texan and as an American from African descent, it signifies progress and freedom. Juneteenth provided a new beginning for those enslaved at the time and a future for their descendants. Juneteenth is not just Texas history, it

  • 388th FW sends F-35s to large-force joint integration exercise

    Hill's 388th Fighter Wing will participate in a four-day interoperability exercise at Whiteman Air Force Base involving active duty, guard and reserve fighter, bomber, refueling and support units from across the country. Exercise Agile Tiger is designed to meet training objectives consisting of