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  • US Airmen volunteer at Thetford Parkrun UK

    Airmen from Detachment 16, 372nd Training Squadron, based at Royal Air Force Lakenheath participated in the 300th Parkrun, Thetford, England, Aug. 15.
  • Reapers sweep across One Sky

    ROYAL AIR FORCE LAKENHEATH, England – The 493rd Fighter Squadron Grim Reapers assigned to the 48th Fighter Wing at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England recently completed exercise One Sky over the sovereign skies of Poland Sept. 18 – 20.
  • Preparing for that "oh ‘chute" moment

    Safety remains a vital priority for the 48th Fighter Wing. Specific equipment that Liberty aircrews need to perform the mission of providing combat airpower in support of the collective defense of U.S. partners and allies requires regular inspection and maintenance to guarantee it functions at top performance during air operations.
  • Two-Day period of limited night flying at RAF Lakenheath

    RAF LAKENHEATH, England —The 48th Fighter Wing will conduct a 48-hour readiness exercise from Oct. 1-3 that will include limited flying at night.
  • Ramping up readiness with Combat Thursdays

    Readiness remains a major focus of U.S. Air Force leadership, and is being fully integrated into operations aligned with the 48th Fighter Wing’s top priorities at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England.
  • US, UK partner on surgical practices

    A Liberty Wing Airman is rotating with the operating room staff at West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St. Edmunds, England.
  • 372nd DET 16 keeps Airmen trained

    The 372nd Training Squadron, Field Training Detachment 16 at the 48th Fighter Wing delivers continuation training to ensure maintenance Airmen can provide worldwide responsive combat airpower and support for United States Air Forces in Europe-Air Forces Africa and the continued defense of U.S. allies.
  • SERE: ‘We do our best so they can do theirs’

    Training Liberty Airmen to survive, evade, resist and escape in any environment so that they can return home with honor, is what 48th Operations Support Squadron Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape specialists live for.
  • The Reapers return: NATO Icelandic Air Surveillance complete

    After almost a month of securing the sovereign skies of Iceland and dedicated training, 14 F-15C/D Eagles and more than 250 personnel returned home from Rekjavik Air Base last week.
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