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ANG conducts air refueling training with NATO allies in Germany

Air National Guard photograph by SSgt. Annie Edwards A NATO E-3A AWACS aircraft approaches a Utah Air National Guard KC-135R Stratotanker for air refueling during a training flight over Germany on Jan. 13, 2015. Nearly 30 airmen from the Utah Air National Guard’s 151st Air Refueling Wing recently spent two weeks at Geilenkirchen Air Base,…

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Ramstein Airmen train with French air force

Airmen from the 37th Airlift Squadron participated in Volfa 15-1, an annual, multilateral training event led by the French air force at Orleans - Bricy Air Base, France, Jan. 21.

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Boeing Maritime Surveillance Aircraft ready for demonstration flights

Boeing photograph The Boeing Maritime Surveillance Aircraft program is ready for customer demonstration flights, having completed the baseline ground and flight testing of the aircraft mission systems. The Boeing Maritime Surveillance Aircraft program is ready for customer demonstration flights, having completed the baseline ground and flight testing of the aircraft mission systems. Flights for prospective…

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F135 test demonstrates success of AEDC workshare initiative

"The workshare initiative is an example of how Arnold Engineering Development Complex consistently improves the test experience," said Dan Blaettler, program manager of U.S. Air Force Engine Component Improvement.

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40 years of Red Flag at Nellis

U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Kevin J. Gruenwald A flight of F-15 Eagles and F-16 Fighting Falcons Aggressors fly in formation over the Nevada Test and Training Ranges June 5, 2008. The proposal for Red Flag came in early 1975 as an exercise that would pit student “Blue Forces” against dedicated aggressor piloted…


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Air Force recruits in Texas to get more training

Posted  December 24, 2013

Air Force recruits at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, would get more training on life skills ranging from managing money to protecting themselves against sexual assault in a program expected to begin in 2014. Recruits will spend up to a week after graduating from basic training to take an expanded skills course, the San Antonio…

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Final B-52G eliminated under new START

Posted  December 24, 2013

Air Force photograph by SSgt. Angel Ruiz Personnel with the 578th Storage and Disposal Squadron lift a B-52G’s tail section onto a custom-made cradle Dec, 19, 2013, at the 309th Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group, Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Ariz. The cradle is purposely placed 30 degrees off center and a minimum of six feet…

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Korean War soldier, recently identified, buried

Posted  December 24, 2013

Sixty-three years after he was killed fighting in Korea, the remains of Army Pfc. Jerry Pat Craig have been buried at the Central Louisiana Military Cemetery in Leesville. “It’s the most joyous occasion I’ve had in a long, long time,” Craig’s niece, Anita Fields-Gold of Lake Charles, said to KPLC TV. “To know he’s home,…

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Newest Army recovery vehicle wields claws, can handle most anything

Posted  December 24, 2013

The Ordnance School is continuing to fulfill the training requirements of soldiers deployed in combat environments. Providing training on the Army’s newest recovery vehicle – the Modular Catastrophic Recovery System – is its latest effort to prepare soldiers for tasks and missions they are likely to encounter in the field. The Modular Catastrophic Recovery System,…

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Three U.S. military aircraft hit in S. Sudan, 4 wounded

Posted  December 24, 2013

Gunfire hit three U.S. military aircraft trying to evacuate American citizens in a remote region of South Sudan that Dec. 21 became a battle ground between the country’s military and renegade troops, officials said. Four U.S. service members were wounded in the attack in the same region where gunfire downed a U.N. helicopter the day…

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Northrop Grumman’s Azusa Campus brightens holiday season for Children in Need

Posted  December 24, 2013

Northrop Grumman photograph Left to right: Feed The Children representatives Amber Lara, Jose Pozos and Jenifer Gonzales gather with Northrop Grumman Azusa Operations Vice President Anne Ostroff and colleagues Ruth Phillipson, Joanne Maldonado, Sue Phelps and Larry Tiller to proudly display certificate of recognition presented to the company for its long-time support of the Feed…

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Pearl Harbor survivor honored during ash scattering at USS Utah Memorial

Posted  December 24, 2013

The ashes of Aviation Structural Mechanic 1st Class Benzion “Barney” Packman, Pearl Harbor survivor, along with ashes of his wife Florence, were scattered in the waters near the USS Utah Memorial on Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam during a ceremony, Dec. 20. Among those in attendance were Barney and Florence’s daughter, Marissa Batt, and…

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Machinists to vote again on Boeing 777X offer

Posted  December 24, 2013

National leaders of the Machinists union are scheduling a vote on a proposed contract between Boeing and Puget Sound machinists, despite objections from local union officials who have already rejected the company’s latest offer. The lead negotiator for the union’s national headquarters, Rich Michalski, told The Seattle Times in a phone interview that a vote…

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Northrop Grumman, NASA fly Global Hawk to study Canadian Arctic

Posted  December 24, 2013

Northrop Grumman Corporation, the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center and a team of international science organizations successfully flew a Northrop Grumman-produced NASA Global Hawk unmanned aircraft system through Canadian airspace.

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Pratt & Whitney, Boeing celebrate delivery of first PW4062 engines for KC-46 tankers

Posted  December 24, 2013

Pratt & Whitney and Boeing officials celebrated the delivery of the first PW4062 engines for the first KC-46 test aircraft during an event at Boeing’s Everett, Wash., facility last week. Howie Chandler, vice president of business development, Pratt & Whitney Military Engines, and Maureen Dougherty, Boeing vice president and program manager, KC-46 Tanker Program, addressed…

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