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  • 49th MXG aids Hellenic Air Force in training course development

    Partnerships between the United States and allied nations are essential in carrying out the NATO mission of defending vital U.S. interests, deterring adversaries, and deepening connections with essential partners by projecting combat-ready airpower.Members of the 49th Maintenance Group played a

  • Day of Discovery: Over 100 JROTC Cadets Explore Military Life

    A Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps cadets receive a tour at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, June 26, 2024. JROTC members partook in hands-on activities at various units, gaining insights into potential military careers in support of recruitment efforts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior

  • Your role in base defense: See something, say something

    The Eagle Eyes program provides a network of local 24-hour phone numbers to call whenever a suspicious activity is observed. Please report any suspicious activity near Maxwell or Gunter Annex to the 42nd Security Forces Squadron (334)-953-7222, Office of Special Investigations Det. 405

  • The 2024 Junior ROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl: A Showcase of Excellence

    Billed as the nation’s largest academic competition, the Junior ROTC Leadership and Academic Bowl convened on the campus of Catholic University from June 21-24. The event saw the top 16 Air Force Junior ROTC academic teams, along with 53 high school teams from other services representing the top 2%

  • It’s not about the flag: a commentary on Pride

    My name is Karmyn Grabner-Dyson and I am a master sergeant in the United States Air Force, a part of the LGBTQIA+ community, and an advocate for human rights. I made it my mission to stand up for those who need support and a voice in the military, but that wouldn’t have been possible had I not

  • Luke AFB breaks ground on new Honor Guard facility

    Luke Air Force Base leadership, Fighter Country Foundation members, and honorary commanders, break ground on the new Honor Guard facility, June 26, 2024, at Luke AFB, Arizona. The facility will scale to almost 7,000 square feet, allowing guardsman to advance their training to meet the high standards

  • Air Force’s Warrant Officer Training School activated

    The Jeanne M. Holm Center for Officer Accessions and Citizen Development activated the Air Force’s Warrant Officer Training School (WOTS) in a ceremony on Maxwell Air Force Base, June 28, 2024. The U.S. Air Force dissolved its Warrant Officer Corps in 1958 following the creation of the senior master

  • Fostering Community: Altus AFB HCC tour 97th MXG

    Twelve Honorary Commanders with the 97th Air Mobility Wing, toured the 97th Maintenance Group at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, June 11, 2024, to gain an understanding of the daily tasks of the A-Team maintainers and why their job is crucial for wing mission readiness.

  • 47th Flying Training Wing welcomes new commander

    47th Flying Training Wing (FTW) Airmen bid farewell to Col. Kevin Davidson and welcomed new commander, Col. Tyler Ellison, during a change of command ceremony here, June 26, 2024. Brig. Gen. Randall Cason, Mobilization Assistant to the Commander, Nineteenth Air Force, presided over the ceremony,