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F-35 pilot training underway

Senior AirmanJAMES HENSLEY Travis Byrom, Lockheed Martin instructor pilot, briefs students in the first F-35 Lightning II training course before the start of class May 5 at Luke Air Force Base. The students are Lt. Col. Sean Holahan, and Maj. Eric Puels, former F-16 Fighting Falcon instructors, Capt. Michael Hobson and Capt. Kyle Babbitt, former…

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Wild Weasels reunite

Senior AirmanDEVANTE WILLIAMS The Wild Weasels gather for a group photo during their reunion May 1 at Luke Air Force Base. The Wild Weasels were formed during the early days of the Vietnam War. Their mission was to seek out and engage surface-to-air missile sites. Luke Air Force Base hosted the 81st Fighter Squadron Wild…

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LRS Airmen undertake unusual engine repair

Courtesy Photo Staff Sgt. Kyle Saunders, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance journeyman, works on a destroyed valve inside the engine of a 2006 Ford Bobtail at Luke Air Force Base. The type of maintenance on this vehicle is considered unique because the cab was lifted off the frame to access the parts requiring repair….

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First female F-35 pilot begins training

Courtesy photo Lt. Col. Christine Mau, the 33rd Operations Group deputy commander, puts on her helmet before taking her first flight in the F-35A Lightning II joint strike fighter May 5 at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida. Mau, who previously flew F-15E Strike Eagles, made history as the first female F-35 pilot in the program….

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May: Asthma Awareness Month – Controlling symptoms important to quality of life

World Asthma Day was May 5. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, states that Asthma is one of the most common lifelong diseases.


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Practicing safety around water makes for fun, avoids mishaps

Posted  June 7, 2013

When the weather turns hot many people head for water. It’s a good way to beat the heat. Yet, because of all the activity going on, people can forget about water safety. Playing in and around water comes with risks. Every day, about 10 people die from unintentional drowning. Of these, two are children age…

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607th ACS to become AETC unit

Posted  June 7, 2013

Changes are on the horizon for the 607th Air Control Squadron as members prepare to switch from Air Combat Command to Air Education and Training Command next month.

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Safety fair heats up critical days of summer

Posted  June 7, 2013

Thunderbolts brought the sizzle into summer fun with a safety fair May 23 inside the former officer’s club.

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Fly Over: ‘Fast & Furious 6’, and ‘The Internship’

Posted  June 7, 2013

In theaters: ‘Fast & Furious 6’ I’ve always been a fan of the “Fast & Furious” movie franchise. After hearing how great the sixth movie is, I had to see it. “Fast & Furious 6” is about a team of criminal gang members led by Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) who retired after their heist in…

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Luke at Night SFS

Posted  June 7, 2013

Base access is a function of security forces, with regular training to keep SFS members up to date in law enforcement tactics and skills.

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This Week in History – June 7, 2013

Posted  June 7, 2013

It was June 6, 1944, during a short break in the weather along the Normandy coast, when 160,000 allied troops landed upon a 50-mile stretch of heavily fortified French coastline as part of the largest amphibious invasion in history. The operations surrounding D-day signified the opening of a second front in the invasion of German-held…

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Thunderbirds birthed at Luke

Posted  June 7, 2013

The history of the now famous Thunderbirds began at the end of World War II. After the war, a number of commands decided to develop teams to demonstrate the capabilities and flying precision of their pilots and new jet aircraft.

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STREET BEAT

Posted  June 7, 2013

The 56th Security Forces Squadron handled the following incidents May 24 through 30: Tickets Security forces issued citations for 21 moving and seven nonmoving violations. Traffic-related incidents May 28: Security forces responded to a report of a minor vehicle accident in Bldg. 1130 parking lot. There were no injuries. May 28: Security forces responded to…

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Law spells out tenant rights regarding security deposits

Posted  June 7, 2013

When entering and exiting a lease, it is important to know what rights are afforded to the tenant in Arizona, especially when it comes to security deposits. According to the Arizona Residential Landlord and Tenant Act, a landlord cannot demand or receive a security deposit in excess of one and one-half months’ rent unless the…

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Air Force News – June 7, 2013

Posted  June 7, 2013

Air Force appoints first female chief scientist The Air Force appointed the service’s first female chief scientist to lead the way in the technology and science fields. Dr. Mica Endsley assumed her new duties and responsibilities as the 34th chief scientist Monday in support of Air Force senior leaders and Airmen across the service. “Having served…

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