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Default Air Force Logo Raptors fly through first 5,000 hours, continue to train future air dominators
The F-22 Raptors of the 43rd Fighter Squadron here collectively reached the 5,000 flying hour mark Sept. 20. Tyndall is the second base to reach the 5,000 hour milestone with the Raptor following Edwards AFB, Calif. This feat may seem insignificant compared to the many hours of other fighter aircraft, but the Raptor's journey here has been an
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The first "Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals" T-38 Talon arrived to Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, Oct. 4 from Moody Air Force Base, Ga. The arrival of the aircraft marks the beginning of a new mission for Laughlin AFB.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Paco Mendoza) 
First IFF jet arrives at Laughlin
Laughlin AFB turned another page in its history book Oct. 4, with the touchdown of the first "Introduction to Fighter Fundamentals" T-38C Talon from Moody AFB, Ga.. "It's a historical moment," said Col. Mike Minahan, 47th Flying Training Wing commander. "This jet marks the beginning of Laughlin's transition to our newly acquired Introduction to
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Default Air Force Logo Keesler's International Military Student Office 100 percent operational
During the 10 months since the International Military Student Office welcomed back its first scholar following Hurricane Katrina, it's trained 101 additional allied personnel under the Security Assistance Training Program. The school is once again 100 percent operational, according to James Cooks, IMSO chief. "We are currently training more
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Default Air Force Logo First IFS class not 'business as usual'
Like at many unit headquarters, someone at the front desk greets visitors as they walk in. What's unusual about Detachment 1 of the 306th Flying Training Group is that "someone" is the manager of a Best Western hotel. The oddities don't end there -- not by a long shot. The dining facility is the hotel's breakfast area; hotel staff cooks hot
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A Diamond DA-20 aircraft awaits students of the Air Force's new Initial Flight Screening program on the flightline of Pueblo Memorial Airport in Pueblo, Colo., Wednesday.  Currently, 10 aircraft are on site -- a number that is planned to increase to 44 as the Air Force phases in IFS completely over the next two years.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech Sgt. Mike Hammond) Initial Flight Screening operations begin today
As the first students report for class, Air Education and Training Command will formally usher in a new era in flying training when Initial Flight Screening operations begin at Pueblo Memorial Airport today. The Initial Flight Screening program evaluates candidates hoping to enter Air Force aviation training either as pilots or combat systems
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