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  • Team Ellsworth helps Afghan evacuees

    Members from Team Ellsworth participated in Operation Sacred Promise in an effort to help vulnerable Afghans safely evacuate to the United States.
  • A Splendid Ceremony: Team Whiteman honors original Striker at Arlington

    Seventy years after the disappearance of a C-124 Globlemaster II over the Atlantic Ocean, members of the 509th Bomb Wing honored, U.S. Lt. Col. James I. Hopkins, during a memorial ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery.On March 21, 1951, a C-124 Globemaster II commanded by Major Robert J. Bell, 2nd Strategic Support Squadron, departed Walker Air
  • Innovative Strikers aid Command's ability to accelerate change

    Striker Airmen pitched innovative ideas to Air Force Global Strike Command and civilian leadership during the STRIKEWERX Spark Sprint in Bossier City, La., Oct. 15.The S3 event gives Global Strike Airmen the opportunity to highlight and amplify innovative ideas from across the command and select two finalists to represent AFGSC at the 2022 Air
  • Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery training system

    Airmen from the 90th Civil Engineer Squadron travelled to the North Dakota Air National Guard Regional Training Site in Fargo, N.D. to see the new Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery (RADR) training system being used for the first time. RADR is a process that ensures that if a major airfield is attacked, Airmen will have the tools and knowledge to know what to do and get the airfield back to a fully functional state.
  • Team Kirtland members deploy to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, assist with Afghan refugees

    Kirtland Air Force Base selected six team members from different units to deploy to Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in an effort to assist with the rehoming of Afghan refugees from the evacuation in Kabul.
  • Kirtland Airmen train/participate in the Global Strike Challenge

    The 898 Munitions Squadron and the 377 Security Forces Squadron have been training for the Global Strike Challenge, a yearly competition that includes all the bases that fall under Global Strike Command. While the 898 MUNS completed their portion of the competition at Kirtland, Airmen from the 377th SFS competed in a five-day competition at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming, where they faced many obstacles such as a map and compass land navigation course, warrior ruck challenge, tactical response competition and a shooting competition.
  • Defender takes pride in heritage, being Airman

    F.E. Warren celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month annually from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 in an effort to recognize Hispanic Airmen serving in the United States Air Force.
  • Triad: Barksdale’s problem solvers

    Barksdale is one of the larger Air Force installations in the United States, and the Barksdale Triad is responsible for maintaining, supplying, and coordinating construction across all of it’s 22,000 acres.
  • FSU cadets learn leadership lessons from Global Strike Commander

    Gen. Anthony Cotton, commander, Air Force Global Strike Command and commander, Air Forces Strategic-Air, visited with Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps Detachment 145 and Florida State University officials, in Tallahassee, Florida, October 7.Passionate about developing the leaders of today and tomorrow, Cotton spoke to 154 of the
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