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  • 317th AW enhances joint operations with Storm Flag

    The 317th Airlift Wing participated in Exercise Storm Flag 24-05, a 14-day joint-credited exercise, focusing on cargo and personnel delivery at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina, Alexandria International Airfield and Fort Johnson, Louisiana, from March 3-16, 2024.

  • Assurance, Wherever We Go: Mobile Operations Center lands in Iceland

    The ability to deliver global strike from any location across the globe is the fulcrum of strategic deterrence against U.S. adversaries. Since 2020, members of the 393rd Expeditionary Bomb Squadron have worked to revolutionize the concept of agile combat employment by employing U.S. Air Force Global

  • Dyess Airmen train for austere airfield operations

    Dyess held its first Landing Zone Safety Officer course from July 24 to August 4, 2023. The LZSO course provides airfield operations personnel training on managing and controlling landing zone operations in an austere environment.

  • Raider Maintainers Generate Red Flag Airpower

    Wrenches turning, engines running and scattered voices fill the air on the flightline. Constant movement and an effort-by-all ensure the B-1B Lancers, assigned to the 34th Bomb Squadron, are mission-ready at Red Flag-Nellis 23-3.

  • Minot Airmen preform ACE concepts at JBER

    A B-52H Stratofortress assigned to the 69th Bomb Squadron from Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, takes off in support of a bomber Agile Combat Employment (ACE) exercise at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, July 14, 2023. ACE enables convergence across domains, presenting an adversary with

  • Dyess B-1s return from Holloman AFB

    B-1B Lancers taxi onto the flightline at Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, March 24, 2023. Seven B-1s returned to Dyess after being relocated to Holloman AFB, New Mexico, due to possible major storms. The short-notice aircraft relocation demonstrated the agility of 7th Bomb Wing Airmen while confirming