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  • Deployers return to Lakenheath

    F-15E Strike Eagles and Airmen from the 494th Fighter Squadron and supporting units across the 48th Fighter Wing have returned from a six-month deployment to an undisclosed location.
  • Do you have what it takes to survive?

    The 48th Operations Support Squadron Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialists conducted a training program open to all Airmen at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, Oct. 18.
  • ASL workshop: enhances communication, one sign at a time

    The world can be a scary place for anybody who may struggle to communicate, and not having the ability to be completely understood can be quite frustrating. Emotions may flare up and words may be misinterpreted.
  • Armed and Ready: Ramstein receives largest ammo shipment in years

    The 86th Munitions Squadron on Ramstein Air Base, Germany, received its largest shipment of ordnance in recent history. Approximately 100 containers with a variety of munitions rolled into Ramstein during the month of October.
  • 100th LRS Fuels Facilities support flying mission

    People far and wide have seen fighter jets zipping in the skies, most recently F-18 Hornets, F-22 Raptors, and F-15 Eagles. Impressive as these aircraft may be, getting off the ground to perform training and real world missions wouldn’t be possible without RAF Mildenhall’s critical air refueling “bridge,” that allows aircraft, whether it be U.S. military or NATO allies, to deploy at a moment’s notice. Getting fuel on board RAF Mildenhall’s KC-135 Stratotanker and transient aircraft is down to the 100th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels facilities shop.
  • USAFE Celebrates First Completed EDI-Funded Project

    United States Air Forces in Europe and the Estonian air force celebrated the completion of joint-use facilities with a ribbon cutting ceremony at Amari Air Base, Estonia.
  • Professional Airlift: A Team Sport

    Just before 1 a.m. (7 p.m. EDT) on Saturday, Oct. 13, a Ramstein-assigned C-37 delivered Andrew Brunson to his first stop on a return trip to the United States. Brunson, a U.S. pastor who lived and ministered in Turkey, had been held by the Turkish judiciary for two years following the attempted coup in 2016.
  • Air traffic controller makes history in Ukraine

    For U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Jacqueline Plumley, an air traffic controller assigned to the 235th Air Traffic Control Squadron, 145th Airlift Wing, North Carolina Air National Guard, the contribution she made at Clear Sky 2018 was another “first” in U.S. military history.