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Vehicles driven on base now required to pass inspection

Federal (military and civilian) employees at Luke Air Force Base began receiving emails Wednesday from no-reply@apims.af.mil, titled “Action Required: Vehicle emission testing self-certification is...

Luke home to championship golf course

Photos by Staff Sgt. Grace LeeThe Luke Falcon Dunes Golf Course water pond is an irrigation pond used to water the golf course....

DFAC reopens

Airman 1st Class Briar Tillery, 56th Force Support Squadron services apprentice, cooks eggs for breakfast for Airmen Monday at the Ray V. Hensman Dining...

Out with old, in with new …

Airman Pedro MotaTech. Sgt. John Massey, Detachment 12, 372nd Training Squadron low observable instructor, prepares an F-35 Lightning II panel for an insertion...

HVAC keeps it cool

Training the world’s greatest 607th Air Control Squadron battle managers wouldn’t be possible without the cool temperatures provided by the air conditioning units. These units...

AFREP team ‘makes it rain’ at Luke AFB

Staff Sgt. Daniel Fournier, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron Air Force Repair Enhancement Program technician, checks the continuity of the pins on the fuel master...

Airman finds joy in singing

Senior Airman Adriana Van Wyk, 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron nondestructive inspection technician, poses for a portrait Jan. 13 at Luke Air Force Base. Van...

Fire station rescued from decades of wear

Airman 1st Class Ridge ShanFROM LEFT: Ron Sites, Fighter Country Partnership president and executive director, assists Brig. Gen. Scott Pleus, 56th Fighter Wing...

Bay orderlies on rotation to assist

FROM LEFT: Airmen 1st Class William Levert and Benjamin Ping, 56th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controllers; and Airman 1st Class Tyler Hoffmeyer, 56th...

Bugs, beware of cute critter

A Russian dwarf hamster resides in the Luke Air Force Base 56th Civil Engineer Squadron entomology building. Pest management, also known as entomology, manages...

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