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  • Team McChord promotes interoperability during RF-A, Rainier War

    Members from Team McChord participated in Exercise RED FLAG, Alaska 23-1 and Exercise Rainier War 22B, October 3-21.During the nearly month-long exercises, multiple U.S. and allied aircraft and personnel practiced executing simulated combat missions in and over training areas above Alaska.RED

  • MacDill Airmen complete NORE

    Airmen from the 6th Air Refueling Wing participated in a Nuclear Operational Readiness Exercise here Nov. 1-7.

  • Dover AFB generates multi-capable Airmen for the fight

    Airmen from different Air Force Specialty Codes within the 436th Mission Generation Group, attended classes designed to produce multi-capable Airmen by familiarizing them with mission essential tasks.The five-day course, MCA Familiarization Training, is divided into two main groups or “buckets.”

  • Dover AFB’s Manpower Flight named best in Air Force

    The 436th Force Support Squadron Manpower and Organization Flight won the Force Support Capabilities Award for 2021, recognizing them as the U.S. Air Force’s best among 88 other installations.The flight was recognized at the highest level for their innovative approach to manpower resource management

  • AMC leadership sees firsthand America’s Airlift Wing capes

    The Air Mobility Command leadership team visited Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, July 6-8, 2022, to be immersed in America’s Airlift Wing’s mission of executing global airlift.U.S. Air Force Gen. Mike Minihan, AMC commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Brian Kruzelnick, AMC command chief, engaged

  • 908th SFS members train using Virtual Reality

    On June 7, 2022, the sound of gunshots rang down the halls of a former civil engineering building at Maxwell Air Force Base’s Gunter Annex. Most people would have instinctively called security forces, but members of the 908th Airlift Wing's Security Forces Squadron were already on the scene,