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  • Luke hosts AAPI end-of-month heritage panel

    Airmen speak at an Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage event, May 29, 2024 at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. At the event, Airmen from Luke AFB shared professional and personal experiences as well as answered questions about AAPI traditions.

  • Team 14 gets its WINGs

    The 14th Flying Training Wing will soon be home to the newest chapter of Women Inspiring the Next Generations (WINGs), a chartered organization with the mission to focus on professional development and personal growth for young officers and enlisted Airmen.

  • Luke Hosts Juneteenth Cookout

    U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Daryan Hargrove (left), 56th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, and Senior Master Sgt. Lola Howard (right), 56th Force Support Squadron Airmen development advisor, are served food at a Juneteenth cookout June 16, 2023, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona.

  • Luke AFB hosts Pride sports tournament

    U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Brittany Arnold (left), Tech. Sgt. Sean Masangcay (center) and Master Sgt. Hanson Lea (right), 56th Fighter Wing Airmen, pose for a photo, June 15, 2023, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The Luke Pride Committee hosted a Pride Month basketball and volleyball tournament in

  • Women in Aviation: Capt. Orchydia Sackey

    “I remember growing up in my journey to becoming a pilot, thinking that I could not do it because I had not seen many women do it. I had not seen many people of color do it. In my position now, I think about being the example for a young girl who might have that same desire that I did.”

  • Special Warfare Training Wing strengthens inclusion

    Modified facilities were built at the SWTW to ensure appropriate levels of privacy for mixed-sex cohorts of trainees at the Special Warfare Candidate Course, the course of initial entry for those who want to become Air Force Special Warfare Airmen.