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  • 48 CES support tri-base school operations

    The 48th Civil Engineer Squadron partnered with the Department of Defense Education Activity to ensure the Royal Air Force Lakenheath, Feltwell, and Mildenhall community’s students safely returned to school on Aug. 24, 2020.
  • Bombers, Marine F-35s join Point Blank 20-4 exercise

    RAF LAKENHEATH, United Kingdom— More than 50 aircraft from the U.S. Air Force, the U.S. Marine Corps, the Royal Air Force, and the Royal Netherlands Air Force participated in Exercise Point Blank 20-04 over the North Sea, Sep. 10, 2020.
  • Point Blank exercise goes joint, expands domains

    Airmen and F-15s from the 48th Fighter Wing will participate in Exercise Point Blank 20-4, Sep. 10, with other U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa units, as well as the Royal Air Force, Royal Netherlands Air Force, and first-time participation of bomber aircraft from U.S. Global Strike Command.
  • Seven-day period of limited night flying at RAF Lakenheath

    RAF LAKENHEATH, England — The 48th Fighter Wing will conduct limited night flying beginning Sept. 8-10, and again Sept. 14-17.
  • An open dialog

    The U.S. Air Force, its leaders and Airmen have taken the initiative to examine and cultivate a new culture on addressing racial issues branch wide following a widespread call-to-action that have inspired civic protests, movements and a global demand for justice for those who have suffered throughout history.
  • Strike Eagles make room for F-35A arrival

    ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England – The 48th Fighter Wing and U.K. Defense Infrastructure Organisation partners unveiled a new parking ramp for the 492nd and 494th Fighter Squadrons at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, Aug. 11, 2020.
  • Maintaining resiliency

    ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England -- Resiliency can be defined as the capacity to overcome the negative effects of unpredicted setbacks. It allows for the effective use of physical, mental and emotional skills. For the 48th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, long hours and unexpected circumstances are standard, and can truly test an Airman’s resolve.
  • Break the chain

    The U.S. Air Force is adjusting to the COVID-19 pandemic, and ensuring the health and safety of Airmen and their families in order to maintain a mission-ready force has become a critical priority now more than ever.