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  • Maintaining the mission: 48th MXG keeps skies sovereign

    With 14 F-15C/D Eagles on the Keflavik Air Base flightline, proper aircraft maintenance is vital to securing the sovereign skies over Iceland and critical flying training.
  • The logistics of bringing security to the skies of Iceland

    Moving more than 250 personnel, 14 F-15C/D Eagles and tons of equipment to an air base over 1,000 miles away is no easy task.
  • 48th LRS enables IAS mission

    Over 280 Airmen and 14 F-15C/D Eagles from the 493rd Expeditionary Fighter Squadron deployed to Keflavik Air Base, Iceland in support of the Icelandic Air Surveillance mission, NATO alliance commitments and training.
  • LRS steers through CORT

    The convoy slowly rolled through the city streets as the hot sun beat down on them. Mirages formed from the heat of the Humvee’s diesel engines, as sweat-drenched Airmen clutched their weapons. Men accosted the vehicles for food throughout the village, when suddenly, a hidden roadside bomb detonated at the front of the convoy.
  • Buzzards complete U.K. Training

    The 510th Fighter Squadron “Buzzards,” completed a two-week flying training deployment to the United Kingdom August 6, 2018 at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England.
  • USAF F-15Cs secure Iceland’s sovereign skies

    U.S. Air Force Airmen are securing the sovereign skies over Iceland for the eleventh time since NATO’s Icelandic Air Surveillance mission began.
  • Home, sweet home

    The sunrise comes too quickly and the bench that once served as a bed is no longer safe to sleep on. It is time to start the long day searching for a place that can provide shelter from the thunderstorms
  • CMSAF: ‘I've got one job and that's to take care of you’

    The men and women of the U.S. Air Force are relied on heavily for air, space and cyberspace combat capabilities. In today’s complex and ever-changing battlespace, the Air Force’s global presence and demanding operations tempo is critical to the continued defense of the U.S. and its Allies. As a result,resiliency serves as a necessary safeguard to ensure the force’s single most valuable resource, its people, never fail.
  • The power of ‘I Believe’

    U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Cuong Nguyen, pathologist and medical director assigned to the 48th Medical Group, exudes a positive attitude and smile as he describes his “I Believe” campaign – a two-part speaking series – aimed to inspire young children.