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  • Command Surgeon team leading AFGSC’s fight against COVID-19

    When most Americans think of the Air Force and warfighting, they probably picture fighter jets engaged in dogfights in the skies above a hostile country, or in the case of Air Force Global Strike Command – bombers and Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles wreaking havoc on the enemy. However, in the current battle America is fighting – one against the unseen enemy COVID-19 – it is the Air Force’s medical personnel who are fighting on the front line.
  • Ellsworth cold spray team completes first AF organic repair

    Members assigned to the 28th Maintenance Squadron’s Additive Manufacturing and Rapid Repair Facility conducted a cold spray repair to a B-1B Lancer Forward Equipment Bay (FEB) panel on April 8.
  • Preparing the future: 11th BS continues to train

    With the responsibility of training the next generation of warfighters, the 11th Bomb Squadron is entrusted with preparing new B-52H Stratofortress aircrew to face any and every adversary. So, it’s fitting that the 11th BS is continuing it’s training in the face of the current global pandemic, COVID-19.
  • Rangers of the flightline

    During the Vietnam War, aerospace ground equipment personnel donned the nickname of Ranger and the acronym DINSTAAR (Danger is no stranger to the AGE ranger) was born. Rangers of the 2nd Maintenance Squadron AGE flight maintain 640 pieces of machinery that are essential to the mission of the B-52H Stratofortress.
  • Rangers of the flightline

    During the Vietnam War, aerospace ground equipment personnel donned the nickname of Ranger and the acronym DINSTAAR (Danger is no stranger to the AGE ranger) was born. Rangers of the 2nd Maintenance Squadron AGE flight maintain 640 pieces of machinery that are essential to the mission of the B-52H Stratofortress.
  • Hope and perseverance: Airman overcomes obstacles on his way to service

    Editor’s note: This article is a part of the “Whiteman Warrior” series. These stories focus on a single Airman, highlighting their Air Force story and contribution to the Air Force Global Strike “Striker” community.It hadn’t been an easy journey for one 509th Civil Engineer Squadron service member to get to Airman Leadership School Class 19-G
  • Reconnecting Through Quarantine: Isolation brings military family closer

    Whiteman Air Force Base is home to the B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber, but the bombers are not the only asset to possess the ability to go undetected.One WAFB family used stealth to their advantage during a two-week quarantine that was used as a precautionary measure to combat the potential spread of coronavirus.U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Chris Conant,
  • Five Minutes to Thrive: Losers of the World: UNITE!

    Hello, my name is Ashley and I’m a loser. Big or small, it’s safe to say we’ve all lost something in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Losing important things (and people) can shake foundational beliefs about the way we thought life would be, and should be. When our current realities differ greatly from the expectations and fantasies we’ve held, it’s normal for us to experience disappointment, grief, and a loss of control.
  • Air Force releases guidance on use of cloth face covers

    To the extent practical, without significantly impacting mission, all individuals on Department of the Air Force property, installations and facilities are required to wear cloth face coverings when they cannot maintain six feet of physical distance in public areas or work centers.
  • Whiteman AFB families showcase resiliency during “Bear Hunt”

    Whiteman Air Force Base relies heavily on the lethality and readiness of the B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber mission but it’s the Airmen and families supporting the mission that keep the base going.Like many families across the U.S. and the world, Team Whiteman is adjusting to a new normal while self-isolating or quarantined during the COVID-19
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