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NEWS

  • ’War Wagons’ expand AMC’s capabilities and efficiency in the Pacific

    Air Mobility Command demoed the Aircraft Battle Damage Repair (ABDR) Mobile Work Centers program, also known as “War Wagons,” here April 11, 2024.The program is launching this month with the first three trailers being employed in daily missions at Dover AFB, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and Travis AFB,

  • FARP Rodeo trains for austere refueling

    Joint Base Charleston and North Auxiliary Field in South Carolina became the arena for the third annual Forward Area Refueling Point (FARP) Rodeo April 2-5. This event is a pivotal training ground where Air Force professionals from across the United States converge to sharpen their skills in FARP

  • C-17 Aircrew returns to Travis AFB following a deployment

    U.S. Airmen with the 21st Airlift Squadron greet and unload equipment from a C-17 Globemaster III on the flightline at Travis Air Force Base, California, April 1, 2024. The C-17 aircrew was one of four teams with the 21st Airlift Squadron that returned to Travis AFB after supporting U.S. European

  • Dyess AFB establishes WAR Center

    Dyess Air Force Base has taken a significant stride towards enhancing mission readiness with the recent establishment of their own Warrior Airman Readiness Center. This initiative follows a benchmark visit to Little Rock AFB, Arkansas, where members Team Dyess observed the successful implementation

  • New Cold Spray Repair Development Center to Support Dyess AFB

    The Dyess Air Force Base leadership team, the 7th Maintenance Group Cold Spray Repair Service Team, members of the Abilene community, and ES3 personnel pose for a group photo at the grand opening of ES3’s Cold Spray Repair Development Center, Abilene, Texas, March 25, 2024.

  • 22ARW TEST NEW WARP CAPABILITIES

    The 22nd Air Refueling Wing received its first sets of KC-46A Wing Air Refueling Pods (WARP), which will undergo extensive Initial Operational Testing and Evaluation (IOT&E), as well as increase the aircraft’s air refueling capabilities for probe and drogue - equipped receivers.

  • 22nd ARW Tests New WARP Capabilities

    The 22nd Air Refueling Wing received its first sets of KC-46A Wing Air Refueling Pods (WARP), which will undergo extensive Initial Operational Testing and Evaluation (IOT&E), as well as increase the aircraft’s air refueling capabilities for probe and drogue - equipped receivers.

  • DAF announces 2023 athletes of the year  

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – A Space Systems Command handball player and an Air Mobility Command triathlete were recently announced as the 2023 Department of the Air Force Athletes of the Year. Congratulations to Capt. Andrew Donlin, SSC’s Resilient Global Capabilities Branch deputy

  • 317th AW enhances joint operations with Storm Flag

    The 317th Airlift Wing participated in Exercise Storm Flag 24-05, a 14-day joint-credited exercise, focusing on cargo and personnel delivery at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina, Alexandria International Airfield and Fort Johnson, Louisiana, from March 3-16, 2024.