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Airmen serve to honor fallen

Posted October 25, 2013 by Senior Airman GRACE LEE

It’s silent except for the clicks resonating from the shoes of six honor guardsmen coming toward the funeral party. In unison they stop, come to attention and march forward to begin the honors for a fallen serviceman.

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2013: The Year in Photos

Posted January 10, 2014 by

Published in January Senior Airman Jason Colbert Members of the 56th Civil Engineer Squadron and 56th Medical Operations Squadron emergency medical technicians tend to a simulated victim Jan. 30 during an exercise designed to test the ability of emergency teams to respond quickly and efficiently to an emergency. Senior Airman Devante Williams Retired Chief Master…

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Pilot training exhausting, challenging, rewarding

Posted March 7, 2014 by Senior Airman JASON COLBERT

The 308th Fighter Squadron has more than 45 pilots who are dedicated to the training and certification of F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots. But the FS only gets the new pilots after they have already been through officer training and initial flight training.

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March of the Fallen

Posted April 25, 2014 by Darlene Seltmann

Military members and local community members gather April 20 to participate in the 2014 March of the Fallen event at the Raven Golf Course at Verrado in Buckeye.   The community comes together April 20 to show their support for fallen military members during the annual rucksack march.   Airmen represent the 56th Civil Engineer…

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How’s your jet engine running?

Posted June 27, 2014 by Senior Airman MARCY COPELAND

With a dry weight of 3,218 pounds, a length of 191.15 inches, a diameter of 44.60 inches and a max fuel flow of 49,964 pounds per hour, the F-16 Fighting Falcon F100-220 engine is a marvel to see when firing during take-off but jaw-dropping when viewed by itself awaiting maintenance.

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Commandant challenges students to be best

Posted August 22, 2014 by Airman 1st Class JAMES HENSLEY

Airman 1st ClassJAMES HENSLEY Master Sgt. Sheris Poisson, 56th Force Support Squadron Airman Leadership School commandant, briefs students Aug. 12 about the active-shooter exercise Aug. 15 at Luke Air Force Base. Poisson asked the Airmen about proper procedures in response to an active shooter to help prepare them for both the exercise and real world…

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Justice Report

Posted October 17, 2014 by 56th Fighter Wing Legal Office

The following is a list of Articles 15 and administrative action issued at Luke Air Force Base in September: 56th Fighter Wing Articles 15 • A senior airman received an Article 15 for violating a lawful general order and making a false official statement. The member received a reduction to the rank of airman first…

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310th AMU keeps fight in sky

Posted November 21, 2014 by Staff Sgt. TIMOTHY BOYER

They arrive to their work centers ready for whatever the day has for them and often find themselves on long shifts during all hours of the day. They always come prepared to do whatever it takes on the ground to make sure jets remain ready for the sky. They are the Airmen of the 310th Aircraft Maintenance Unit.

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CMS: Little things add up in big way

Posted February 13, 2015 by Senior Airman JAMES HENSLEY

In order for the F-16 Fighting Falcon to fly at Luke Air Force Base, the Viper needs assistance from behind closed doors. This is where the 56th Component Maintenance Squadron comes in.

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AIM2 – Coming to your base!

Posted April 3, 2015 by 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron

You may have noticed a new sticker attached to the dash of your unit’s general purpose vehicle that says, “AIM2.4 Equipped.” What does that mean? It means your vehicle is equipped with a new technology that will assist fleet managers across the branch better manage the general purpose vehicle fleet. What is AIM2.4? The Automotive…

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