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  • Explore "Next Gen Debrief" and innovation on new "The Air Force Starts Here" podcast

    Aggressively and cost-effectively modernizing education and training to transform the way Airmen learn is one of AETC’s top priorities. As part of AETC’s team that will represent the command at Spark Tank 2021 during the upcoming virtual AFA Aerospace Warfare Symposium in Orlando, Fla., Maj. Kevin Hawkins and 1st Lt. Adam Treece talk about innovation and their creation of a 3-D augmented reality system that will revolutionize the way pilots conduct mission debriefs.
  • AETC Airmen named Finalists in 2021 Spark Tank Challenge

    Three Airmen from Luke Air Force Base, Arizona will represent Air Education and Training Command during the Spark Tank Challenge at the Air Force Association Air Warfare Symposium in this February. Spark Tank is an annual event where Airmen pitch innovative ideas to top Air Force leadership and a panel of industry experts.
  • Royal Australian Air Force departs Luke after completing training objectives

    Royal Australian Air Force Squadron Leader Christopher Baker, 61st Fighter Squadron instructor
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  • 56th EMS wheel and tire team: never tired, always rollin’

    The 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron leadership team increased their wheel and tire knowledge and hands-on experience, Oct. 14, 2021, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, during a shop visit that focused on disassembling, cleaning and inspecting an F-35A Lightning II wheel and tire assembly.
  • Air Force installs system to protect drinking water near Luke AFB

    The Air Force Civil Engineer Center has completed installation and testing of a water filtration system that reduces Perfluorooctanoic Acid and Perfluorooctane Sulfonate from drinking water near Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., to levels below the Environmental Protection Agency’s lifetime health advisories.
  • EFMP provides specialized services, family support, care

    A family unit can be a unique dynamic filled with members who are continuously developing, growing and coming into their own. While each member navigates their personal experience, additional services may be needed to ensure optimal support and care. A program in place equipped to assist with specialized needs and care is the Exceptional Family Member Program. Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, has two EFMP-Family Support coordinators who serve as a central focal point for all EFMP related information.
  • Weather Flight - Watching the Skies

    Take a moment and paint a picture. You are a pilot for an F-35A Lightning II aircraft and are executing your pre-flight checklist at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. All lights are green, the aircraft is fueled, and the tower gives you the go-ahead. As you taxi to the end of the runway, you hear over the radio that the flight is cancelled due to weather.
  • Luke AFB Airman saves 28 lives in Westgate shooting

    For one Airman, his childhood dream of becoming a superhero became his reality. Tech. Sgt. Michael Walker, 309th Fighter Squadron aviation resource manager, received the 2021 Air Force Sergeants Association William H. Pitsenbarger Heroism Award March 17. The AFSA presents the award annually to an enlisted Air Force member who has performed a heroic act, on or off duty, resulting in the saving of life or the prevention of serious injury.
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