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  • U.S. Air Force, Ghanaian Armed Forces strengthen ties through education and training

    Twenty members of the Ghanaian Armed Forces completed a two-week, professional military education course hosted by the Inter-European Air Forces Academy July 19-30, 2021, in Accra, Ghana.
  • Communications Airmen keep JF21-2 connected

    Approximately 40 U.S. Air Force Airmen and U.S. Space Force Guardians from the 1st Combat Communications Squadron and the 1st Air and Space Communications Operations Squadron left Israel July 29, 2021, after providing communication and network support for Juniper Falcon 2021-2.
  • Heavy Rain II: 1st CBCS stays connected

    U.S. Air Force Airmen assigned to the 1st Combat Communications Squadron established and sustained communications in a simulated contested environment during exercise Heavy Rain II in Grostenquin, France, July 19-27, 2021.
  • U.S., Israel conclude Juniper Falcon 21-2

    In support of long-standing bilateral agreements, military members from U.S. European Command and the Israel Defense Forces held exercise Juniper Falcon 2021-2 at various locations in Israel July 23 - 28, 2021.
  • Thracian Star 21 strengthens partnerships and enhances ability to rapidly deploy

    More than 150 Airmen and eight F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to the 555th Fighter Squadron, Aviano Air Base, Italy, participated in Thracian Star 21, a Bulgarian air force-led exercise aiming to enhance interoperability and the ability to rapidly deploy to remote locations, July 9-22, 2021.
  • Missile Defense: Ready to protect

    The 1st Air and Space Communication Squadron is participating in an Integrated Air and Missile Defense (IAMD) exercise at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, July 1-29, 2021.
  • No man left behind: volunteers and veterans recover fallen service members

    More than 75 years after a U.S. bomber went down, veterans and volunteers are recovering the remains of the aircrew who perished on the flight.
  • A 555th AMU female crew chief wears title with pride

    To be a crew chief requires an individual to be resilient and ready for anything thrown their way. Crew chiefs work tireless hours in the blazing sun, pouring rain, or numbing cold to get their aircraft in the air and complete the mission.
  • 52nd CES volunteers answer call to aid local communities

    When incessant rain around Spangdahlem Air Base led to heavy flooding in the area July 14, Airmen from the 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron rushed to aid local communities in need. Maj. Daniel Blomberg, 52nd Civil Engineer Squadron Operations Flight commander, said approximately 50 volunteers from the base delivered roughly 1,800 sandbags to Binsfeld and Niederkail, Germany, and four firefighter Airmen augmented the Bitburg Fire Department.
  • CSAF tours Ramstein Air Base

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ Brown, Jr., and his wife, Sharene, visited Ramstein Air Base, Germany, July 13-15, as part of a trip to multiple locations in Europe.
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