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  • Mobility Warriors re-familiarize themselves with M-4 rifle

    Airmen from across the wing will re-familiarize themselves with the M4 carbine at Travis Air Force Base, California.Currently, more than 1,890 active-duty Airmen are scheduled to participate in the initial stages of Ready Airmen Training, a readiness training requirement from Air Force leadership in

  • Fieldcraft Training transitions to Advanced Ready Training

    The 421st Combat Training Squadron from the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Operations School, here, has transitioned from just-in-time Fieldcraft Training to Advanced Ready Training to keep up with the pacing challenge.The course owners of Fieldcraft Hostile and Fieldcraft Uncertain, as well as the

  • LERE 2022: Team Dover demonstrates deployment readiness

    The 436th and 512th Airlift Wings tested their ability to generate, employ and sustain airpower across the world in a contested and degraded operational environment during Liberty Eagle Readiness Exercise 2022 at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, July 11-15, 2022.LERE is Dover's way of preparing and