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  • Have dreams, will to graduate; Chabelley Airman Masters Africa

    “I’d love to say getting this degree was a walk in the park,” said U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Audrey Hunter, 776th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron commanders executive. “In the beginning I was rolling through it. Then two permanent changes of stations happened, and COVID

  • U.S., Nigerien service members fix village waterline

    Recently, U. S. Army Soldiers from the 404th Civil Affairs Battalion Airborne team, U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 724th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron civil engineering flight and the Nigerien Armed Forces (French language: Forces Armées Nigeriennes) action civil military (ACM) team repair a

  • 409th AEG Airmen train Nigerien Armed Forces

    The 409th Expeditionary Security Forces Squadron air advisors and 724th Expeditionary Air Base Squadron firefighters are hosting an eight-week course for our Nigerien Armed Forces (French language: Forces Armées Nigeriennes) partners on combat lifesaving skills, weapon maneuvers, vehicle searches

  • U.S. Ambassador to Turkey visits Incirlik AB for first time

    While here, Flake and his wife met with senior leaders and Airmen for discussions about a variety of topics including the importance of U.S. Air Force and Turkish Air Force collaboration and the 39th Air Base Wing’s role in advancing U.S. security interests in the region and reinforcing the NATO

  • Celebrating the Mighty Eighth Air Force: 80 years of warfighting history

    On February 1, 1942, the heritage, honors and lineage of the “Mighty Eighth” sprung to life. The Eighth Air Force’s story began during World War II and continues today with a charge to conduct indefinite strategic deterrence anytime, anywhere in order to safeguard the United States of America.

  • Aviano's own Olympian

    AVIANO AIR BASE, Italy -- Pulling 5 G’s is just a normal part of Airman 1st Class Kelly Curtis’s day. Racing head-first down icy slopes reaching upwards of 80 mph Curtis is a member of the USA Skeleton team headed to the 2022 Winter Olympics to compete in Beijing.Curtis, U.S. Air Force world class

  • 351st ARS participates in Horseblanket Mission with Finnish Air Force

    Aircrew assigned to the 351st Refueling Squadron participated in a long-range aerial refueling mission, partnering with Finnish fighter squadron 31 to refuel fighter jet. The exercise took place from Jan. 24 to Jan. 27 2022 in Rovaniemi, Finland.The horseblanket mission aims to improve