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  • New Mexico tribal leaders visit Kirtland

    New Mexico tribal leaders and members visit Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M., Nov. 15, 2023. During the visit, they met with 58th Special Operations Wing and the 351st Special Warfare Training Squadron leadership and team members. The tribal leaders and members were able to watch a combat search and

  • Defense Vision of the U.S.-ROK Alliance

    In 1953 the United States and Republic of Korea (ROK) signed the Mutual Defense Treaty pledging to promote peace, defend against external threats, and strengthen collective defense in the Pacific region.

  • Victims’ Counsel: provide support and justice

    The Victims’ Counsel’s mission is to empower victims of crime through independent advice and client-centered legal representation. The Victims’ Counsel consists of two members, Captain Rina Hernandez, Victims’ Counsel officer in charge, and Senior Airman Elena O’Connor-Rua, Victims’ Counsel

  • U.S. Air Force upgrading eye protection for aircrew

    The Air Force Life Cycle Management Center’s (AFLCMC) Human Systems Division is in the process of upgrading protective eyewear for aircrew operating various U.S. Air Force aircraft around the world.

  • Folding the Flag: Honoring Those Who Served

    Integrity First, Service Before Self, Excellence in All We Do; these are the core values that define those who join the U.S. Air Force. All Airmen strive to exude these values daily, but few have the chance to demonstrate them so publicly as the Ellsworth Air Force Base Honor Guard.