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An Air Force OC-135B is conducting Open Skies Treaty observation flights over Russia over the next few days, the first time the specially equipped aircraft has flown in that country in almost a year and a half because of an “impasse” between the US and Russia.
Twenty special operations airmen will undertake an
11-day, 830-mile ruck from JB San Antonio-Lackland, Texas to Hurlburt
Field, Fla., in memory of late combat controller SSgt. Dylan Elchin and the 19 other special tactics airmen killed in combat since 9/11.
head of the Air Force Expeditionary Center on Wednesday relieved Col.
Ryan Marshall, the commander of the 621st Contingency Response Wing,
because of a loss of confidence due to alleged conduct unbecoming an
—RACHEL S. COHEN
The gig economy is headed for the Air Force Research Laboratory.
A new Air Force initiative
looks to improve squadron health and readiness by targeting negative
health behaviors that can lead to potentially avoidable sick days, according to an Office of the Air Force Surgeon General release.
number of airdrops conducted in Afghanistan last year increased nearly
1,900 percent from 2017, and the airmen tasked with providing this
capability to US and allied forces on the ground did so at a perfect
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