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  • Giving the Air Force HOPE

    The HOPE initiative, which was inspired by RAF Lakenheath’s Torchbearers program launched in 2020, aims to provide Airmen with tools and resources to build resilience.

  • Liberty Wing activates first fifth-generation Fighter Generation Squadrons

    The idea to break large aircraft maintenance squadrons into smaller FGSs and pairing them up with their respective fighter squadrons aligns with the U.S. Air Force’s Combat Oriented Maintenance Organization (COMO) structure; aimed to foster unity of effort between maintenance and operations as well

  • Unifying the Skies: F-35 User Group in Action

    Brendan Andrus, U.S. Air Forces in Europe Air Force chief of fifth generation integration branch, gives opening remarks to the F-35 User Group at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, May 9, 2023. The F-35 European Air Chiefs meet biannually to discuss User Group issues and provide guidance, with the

  • From Crew Chief to Religious Affairs Airman: One Airman's Journey

    Many Airmen join the U.S. Air Force with an open general contract, only to find themselves placed in career fields according to the needs of the Department of Defense. Some Airmen end up loving the job they’re given while others don’t. For those who don’t, if they match certain criteria, they may

  • Brothers United in Service and Skill

    For many, serving in the military can offer a sense of camaraderie and brotherhood that is often described as a second family. Having a solid support system can be crucial for both job performance and personal well-being, especially in high-stress environments. For two Liberty Wing air traffic