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  • Mayor of Glendale commends Luke Firefighters

    Jerry P. Weiers, Glendale, Arizona mayor, congratulates and coins Staff Sgt. Joseph Bove, 56th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighter, and Senior Airman Colby Cole, 56th CES firefighter, on Glendale, Arizona Aug. 9, 2023, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. Staff Sgt Bove and Airman Cole responded to an

  • Laughlin | Base commander for a day at Laughlin AFB

    In the realm of Air Force excellence, air dominance and mission success, few roles carry the same weight of responsibility as that of an Air Force base commander. These leaders are entrusted with the safety, strategic operations, and well-being of their units and personnel. While many would be

  • DoD fire academy certifies SAFD

    The 312th Training Squadron assisted the San Angelo Fire Department in their annual Airport Rescue Fire Fighting certification training at the Louis F. Garland Department of Defense Fire Academy, Dec. 8 - 9.

  • Keesler | Leadership Gulf Coast members visit Keesler

    U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Cody Boswell, 334th Training Squadron instructor, briefs members of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce Leadership Gulf Coast on the air traffic control training course inside Cody Hall at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi, Nov. 9, 2022. Forty local business

  • Goodfellow receives $5.2 million quality of life upgrade from DEAAG

    “The generosity of the city, the county, and the great state of Texas, really have a huge impact on the quality of life and what we can execute here,” said Col. Matthew Reilman, 17th Training Wing commander. “Thank you for this investment. The entire community collectively shapes the defense of our

  • Barhams become newest ENJJPT Hall of Fame inductees

    Glenn and Mary Lynne Barham was inducted into the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program Hall of Fame here June 15, 2020, adding to the list of area residents who have gone above and beyond to support the multi-national program.

  • Barhams become newest ENJJPT Hall of Fame inductees

    Glenn and Mary Lynne Barham were inducted into the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program Hall of Fame here June 15, 2020, adding to the list of area residents who have gone above and beyond to support the multi-national program.