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  • Air Force helicopter crew rescues man injured in wilderness

    A helicopter crew dispatched from the 36th Rescue Flight successfully rescued a 77-year-old man critically injured in the Selway Wilderness near Mink Peak, Idaho, yesterday. At approximately 5 p.m. Monday, the 36th RQF dispatched a UH-1N "Huey" to the coordinates provided via satellite phone by two male companions of the injured man. At 6:48 p.m.,
  • Air University working with Congress to offer new degrees

    Air University officials are working with members of Congress for authorization to grant three new degrees. U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Mobile, recently proposed an amendment to the defense authorization bill that will give the university degree-granting authority for a doctorate of philosophy in strategic studies, master of flight test engineering
  • Flag officers complete warfighting course

    Flag officers from four of the military services and a senior civilian recently gathered here to prepare for their future roles as senior warfighting planners. The senior leaders took part in Air University's two-week Joint Flag Officer Warfighting Course, which is designed to prepare up-and-coming two-star generals to fill senior roles as joint
  • Luke baseball team takes AF tourney

    Battling the high Virginia humidity and 80-mile-per-hour fast balls, the Luke Air Force Base Falcons swept the competition to take home their first Air Force Bash championship. The Air Force Bash tournament is an all Air Force varsity baseball tournament.  The winner is considered the best in the Air Force, according to Falcons coach Nico
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