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  • 52nd SFS trains with Raven for first time at Spangdahlem

    The 52nd Security Forces Squadron conducted flight trainings of the Small Unmanned Aerial System RQ-11B Raven for the first time at Spangdahlem Air Base, Germany, June 9-11, 2020.
  • 2020 Defender Challenge

    “The model defender possesses the qualities that 99% of wyvern defenders exhibit each day: discipline…in thought and action; physically and mentally ready to conquer the challenges of dynamic operating environments; lethal…superior in tactics, smarter than the enemy, and deadly behind the trigger,” said Chief Master Sgt. Lawrence J. Kirkley, the 31st Security Forces Squadron manager.
  • Airmen train using counter-knife tactics

    Sweat drips down their brows as they kneel, panting for breath.It’s a cool, September morning and five men sweat as they train to potentially save their lives. They are members of the 569th U.S. Forces Police Squadron’s Emergency Services Team. In the civilian world, they’d be known by a different name - Special Weapons and Tactics. SWAT.They
  • Incirlik defenders fight for victory

    Our U.S. Air Force Security Forces members, or defenders, are charged with the mission of protection. Since September 11th, 2001, all defenders have focused on just that, with protection coming in many forms, whether guarding a gate, patrolling or making runs on a deployment. After 14 years, though, a little friendly competition is needed.
  • Secretary Wilson returns to RAF Mildenhall, discusses innovation, strategy

    When then second lieutenant Heather Wilson joined the Air Force in 1985, her very first assignment was to the 3rd Air Force at RAF Mildenhall. Now, as the Secretary of the Air Force, Wilson returned to RAF Mildenhall July 12 to learn about the new innovations the Airmen here have since created and to speak about the National Defense Strategy. “It’s been 30 years since I’ve been at RAF Mildenhall, and seeing how much it has changed, I can see that driving innovation is still one our top priorities,” Wilson said.
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