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  • 173rd FW responds to F-15D mishap

    KINGSLEY FIELD, OR -- A U.S. Air Force F-15D departed the runway during landing at approximately 3:15 p.m. yesterday at Kingsley Field in Klamath Falls, Ore.  The aircraft was returning to base following a routine training mission.Upon landing the aircraft left the paved surface and came to a stop

  • AFRS | Recruiting, Reserve leaders throttle up inspiration at NASCAR race

    Air Force Reserve Command and Recruiting Service leaders throttled up inspiration and engagement about serving in the military while also celebrating a bit of history at the Talladega Superspeedway Sunday afternoon during the GEICO 500 race here.Leveraging the long-standing partnership between Air

  • 97 LRS improves total force capability for ANG unit

    Airmen from the 97th Logistics Readiness Squadron trained members of the 190th LRS from Forbes Field Air National Guard Base, Kansas on the Tunner 60K Aircraft Cargo Loader/Transporter, July 26-30, 2021, at Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma.

  • 2020 Vice Chief’s Challenge winners announced

    The challenge, which launched in February 2020, focused on identifying time-consuming tasks that provide the least direct value to generating combat effects; proposing innovative solutions to streamline current processes through the novel application of technology; and partnering directly with

  • AETC general talks pilot training at Alamo ACE

    In order to maintain readiness, the Air Force is utilizing innovation and technology to transform pilot training to be faster while also teaching skills that will make effective warfighters, according to the Air National Guard assistant to the commander at Air Education and Training Command who

  • CAP helps train Air Force officers aspiring to fly

    Civil Air Patrol is one of the four partners in the U.S. Air Force Total Force. Consisting of CAP as the Air Force auxiliary as well as the Air National Guard, Air Force Reserve and active-duty Air Force, each partner has specific missions that often foster collaboration.