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  • B-1 makes first-ever appearance at Sun ‘n Fun air show

    Members of the 337th Test and Evaluation Squadron flew to Lakeland, Fla., to participate in the Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo, one of the world’s largest annual aviation events, April 5-10, 2022.This was the first time in the expo’s 80 years that the B-1B Lancer was featured as a static display for the

  • CADETS COLLABORATE IN B-52 BOMBER EJECTION SEAT REDESIGN

    Cadets participated in a ‘design sprint’ with academic faculty, private industry experts, B-52 crewmembers, the Global Strike Command’s StrikeWerx innovation cell, and representatives from the B-52 System Program Office out of Tinker Air Force Base, Okla.

  • Minot Command Post wins Best Nuclear Command Post in AFGSC

    The 5th Bomb Wing Command Post was awarded the 2021 Air Force Global Strike Command Large Nuclear Command Post of the Year and 8th Air Force Nuclear Deterrence Operations Team of the Year at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota.

  • Guest speaks to Mighty Ninety about stalking

    Anna Nasset spoke at the base theater on F.E. Warren Air Force Base, Wyoming, April 14, 2022, about how someone she nicknamed “Jeffrey” had been stalking her for approximately a decade.

  • Significant firepower

    Ellsworth holds Air Force Global Strike Command’s largest stockpile of JASSM, and the Raiders were the first Airmen to employ the missiles in a combat scenario. This makes the S.D. Air and Space Museum, located just outside the gates of Ellsworth Air Force Base, an ideal location for the new JASSM

  • Innovation inspires projects like bomb-loading BAMA

    Air Force Global Strike Command’s B-1 Command Armament System Manager, Master Sgt. Andrew Cherry, recently approved a new piece of equipment that reduces the time to load the Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile AGM-158s on the B-1 Bomber. It is called the Bomber Aluminum-rail-set Multi-purpose

  • 28th MXG conducts MAGE

    Airmen with the 28th Maintenance Group conducted a Major Aircraft Generation Exercise (MAGE) to further familiarize themselves with some of their most difficult operational requirements, April 11 through 15, 2022.