NEWS

  • Change through diversity, inclusion: LRAFB establishes Airmen’s forum

    The Home of Herk Nation is committed to delivering a diverse workforce that embraces a variety of perspectives and recognizes the talents of all of its Airmen. In direct support of this, Little Rock Air Force Base, Arkansas, has established a Diversity and Inclusion Airmen’s Forum.

  • Dyess Airmen support hurricane relief

    DYESS AIR FORCE BASE, Texas -- In late-November at Dyess AFB, the 317th Airlift Wing was in the midst of a wing-wide exercise; this meant 24-hour operations for the men and women participating in the ‘Ability to Survive and Operate’ or ATSO exercise, “Chemical Fury.”But real-world demands stop for

  • Exercise Roundel Gasium prepares Travis to operate anytime, anywhere

    From Nov. 14 - 20, Travis AFB conducted Roundel Gasium, an exercise, to test the base’s ability to survive and operate in hostile environments.The chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive response exercise, highlighted two key components, readiness and the base motto, “No Bounds.”

  • MacDill to integrate training with Shaw AFB

    Aircrews with the 91st Air Refueling Squadron, maintainers with the 6th Maintenance Group and Airmen with the 6th Operations Support Squadron along with four KC-135 Stratotanker aircraft, are scheduled to travel to Shaw Air Force Base, South Carolina, at the end of November to conduct an integrated

  • MacDill honors Tuskegee Airman as distinguished guest

    The historic Tuskegee Airmen boasted approximately 14,000 African-American service members for the U.S. Army Air Forces during and after World War II – their faithless service garnered more than 150 Distinguished Flying Crosses and pushed the envelope in integrating the U.S. military.

  • AMC commander announces her command priorities

    Amid a changing global strategic environment, Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost, commander of Air Mobility Command, announced today her four command priorities to accelerate change and maximize readiness within AMC.

  • AMC commander makes first visit to Boeing for KC-46 update

    Air Mobility Command commander Gen. Jacqueline Van Ovost made her first visit to Boeing Field, Tukwila, Washington, Sept. 4, 2020, to meet with Boeing leaders, receive briefings, and participate in discussions on efforts to correct deficiencies on the KC-46A Pegasus.