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  • LRAFB hosts Royal New Zealand Air Force C-130J upgrade training

    LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE, Ark.—Team Little Rock recently received 16 maintenance members of the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) who have commenced training at Little Rock Air Force Base in preparation for the arrival of five new C-130J-30 Hercules in 2024.

  • MLAT exercises simulate real-world deployments for Airmen

    Airmen from McConnell's 22nd Air Refueling Wing and 350th Air Refueling Squadron participated in a Multi-Lateral Exercise and Training (MLAT) at Robins Air Force Base, Georgia. The program provided a unique opportunity for intra-service training and to sharpen skillsets in various deployment

  • Devil Raiders conduct multi-day joint/coalition Exercise Jersey Devil

    The 621st Contingency Response Wing hosted Exercise Jersey Devil at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey, Jan. 11-14.The multi-day exercise brought together six wings and numerous joint and total force units to showcase the strategic advantage that incorporated joint partnerships as well as

  • Plans and Scheduling section ensures mission success from behind the scenes

    Each year, thousands of flights carrying millions of pounds of cargo and personnel leave Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, to locations all around the globe. The 436th Mission Generation Group Plans and Scheduling section is essential to keeping Team Dover’s fleet of aircraft flying smoothly and

  • 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

  • Fairchild Airmen rescue injured person near Schweitzer Mountain

    Airmen from the 36th Rescue Squadron successfully completed the unit’s 708th save on Jan. 3, 2023, near Schweitzer Mountain in Sandpoint, Idaho. The team is credited with saving an injured snowmobiler who spent 18 hours outside in 19-degree weather with little access to food or water.

  • Dover AFB Airman applies the ART of initiative

    Taking the initiative is instilled in Airmen from the moment they enter the Air Force and beyond, but what does it mean? For one Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, Airman, taking initiative meant rushing to the aid of a total stranger who had spun off the road and into a ditch.

  • KingFish ACE makes entrance into RGMC 3

    In an effort to better train and equip Airmen for the future fight, the 423d Training Squadron from the U.S. Air Force Expeditionary Operations School, here, has incorporated the KingFish Agile Combat Employment game as the capstone exercise for Air Mobility Command’s Rapid Global Mobility Course