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  • Tuskegee Airman reunites with Red Tail

    Expressions of excitement and astonishment were painted on the faces of onlookers, as a relic from World War II flew down the flightline at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, Oct. 4.
  • Green Dot: The first step in preventing violence

    “No one has to do everything, but everyone has to do something,” is the mantra of the Green Dot initiative, which aims to develop a culture of intolerance to violence, throughout the Air Force.
  • Connecting with brothers-in-arms past, present

    The atmosphere on the bus, normally upbeat and light-hearted, was solemn.
  • Leading Boyz

    The 48th Civil Engineer Squadron’s pavements and construction equipment Airmen, known as the Dirt Boyz, aren’t afraid to work hard and get a little dirty to keep the base running smoothly.
  • Maintenance keeps Mad Hatters in the fight

    F-15E Strike Eagles from the 492nd Fighter Squadron have been logging a lot of flight time in support of exercise Red Flag 16-4 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada. Each sortie puts a lot of wear and tear on the aircraft, and without the skillful attention of the 48th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, they’d never make it off the ground.
  • 48th MDG undergoes aeromedical training alongside US, UK forces

    Airmen from the 48th Medical Group joined forces with fellow U.S. Marines, U.S. Army and U.S. Navy service members, along with U.K. allies, to participate in exercise Combined Joint Atlantic Serpent at Royal Air Force Brize Norton, England, July 25.
  • Liberty Airmen: A futuristic view of the F-35

    In the coming years, a fleet of Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II aircraft will arrive at their new home – here at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England. Extensive planning is already underway, to allow for the eventual bed-down of the F-35s. But well before F-35 pilots, maintainers and other essential personnel can arrive and start executing the
  • Surgical guides made easy

    While a missing tooth is likely not life-threatening, it can be an inconvenience or aesthetically displeasing. Dental implants are one of the methods dentists use to fix this problem.
  • Airman wins Arthur J. Myers Award

    Dining facility personnel are often unsung heroes of the Air Force story, but one stand-out Airman recently earned an Air Force-level award.
  • A win to last a lifetime: Liberty Airman scores medal on USAF soccer team

    After sorting through hundreds of applications, the U.S. Air Force soccer team selected 36 Airmen from across the entire Air Force to report to Joint Base San Antonio Lackland, Texas, to try out for the USAF men’s soccer team. Week by week, the group was narrowed down. After the final cut, Airman 1st Class Timothy Bettes, 48th Force Support
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