Two B-1s from Dyess AFB, Texas, and two B-52s from
Barksdale AFB, La., took to the skies above the Gulf of Mexico earlier
this month to take out more than 200 digital enemy targets with
simulated standoff weapon strikes.
The 633rd Medical Group at JB Langley-Eustis, Va.,
tested their rapid support capabilities Oct. 17-21 by setting up a
25-bed field hospital on base and caring for simulated and real
Twelve F-16s from the District of Columbia Air National
Guard’s 121st Fighter Squadron will deploy to Andersen AFB, Guam, in
early November, according to a Pacific Air Forces release.
Around 30 airmen from the 137th Special Operations Wing
at Will Rogers ANGB, Okla., deployed to Southwest Asia in support of
Operation Freedom’s Sentinel on Oct. 19.
With the upcoming issue, Air Force Magazine begins rolling out changes that will take effect over the next year.
Defense Department major acquisition programs are at a
“30-year low in cost growth,” Frank Kendall told reporters at the
The Air Force would be able to implement a no-fly zone
over Syria if asked to, and continue the anti-ISIS fight at “pace,” the
service’s top civilian said.
The Pentagon is wrestling with a lot of questions about
what it wants in its next generation of combat aircraft, Defense
acquisition, technology, and logistics chief Frank Kendall said Friday.
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