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  • Draco crew excels despite adversity in Afghanistan withdrawal

    Garbage and signs of carnage lined the runway of Kabul International Airport days after the Afghani government’s collapse. American forces and their allies were dispersed across the airfield attempting to maintain security as the remaining troops make their way back home. Intermittent gunfire

  • B-52, party of four

    The B-52 Stratofortress Formal Training Unit , operated by the 93rd and 11th Bomb Squadrons here, is scheduled to graduate its first class of air crew this fall using the new curriculum designed to fly the B-52 with four people instead of five.

  • Full-time first sergeant role makes big impact on 307th Bomb Wing

    Master Sgt. Kaitlin Schaeffer has had positive impact on the 307th Bomb Wing since becoming the unit's first full-time first sergeant. The move to full-time first sergeants is an Air Force Reserve Command initiative designed to promote resiliency among it Reserve Citizen Airmen.

  • Citizen Air Commandos host Wolf Pack 2022 Exercise

    Mosquitos swarmed as Airmen endured the blazing Georgia heat, lugging their heavy gear through the rugged terrain with radios, phones, cellular hotspot devices, antennas and a plethora of communication equipment.The task for members of the 919th Special Operations Communications Squadron and other

  • Q&A with the new 307th Bomb Wing commander

    When Col. David Anderson took command of the 307th Bomb Wing here May 14th, it marked the latest chapter in a career that started in 1992, turning wrenches on F-16 Fighting Falcons in the Colorado Air National Guard. Since then, he’s had stints on active duty and the Air Force Reserve, chalking up

  • Reserve Airman makes history with first USAF-piloted eVTOL vehicle flight

    Just south of his home in Brooklyn, New York, a young Terrence McKenna spent much of his childhood in Prospect Park tossing around wooden gliders and flying remote-controlled airplanes, each aircraft more complex and capable than the last.By the early 2000s, McKenna came across an ad for flying

  • Manufacturing Excellence

    Have you ever experienced not being able to get something when you need it because the company is backed up or the part is not made anymore? Wouldn’t it be great if you could make it yourself? That is an everyday occurrence for U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Matthew Windmann, a metals technician for the