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  • Dorm Council Airmen help improve quality of life

    Since October 2017 the Dorm Improvement Council, comprised of Airmen representing each dormitory building, has been meeting with wing leadership each month to help improve quality of life for dorm residents.

  • 57th RQS trains to save lives in Exercise Ares Shadow

    Jumping out of an airplane flying 10,000 feet in the air isn’t on everyone’s daily to-do list, but for the Guardian Angel teams of the 57th Rescue Squadron, it’s their bread and butter. That’s exactly what they did during exercise Ares Shadow at Aviano AB, Aug. 8-11.

  • Lakenheath hosts exchange program forum

    More than 50 U.S. Airmen met for the Military Personnel Exchange Program forum at Eagles Landing here, July 26-27.The program transfers U.S. Airmen, from a variety of career fields, to a partner nation’s air force for a three year term, to learn about that host nation’s air forces’ operations and

  • Aircraft fly in support of Arctic Challenge 2017

    F-15C Eagles from the 493rd Fighter Squadron, Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, wait to begin the first day of Arctic Challenge 2017 at Rovaniemi Air Base, Finland, May 22. The U.S. shares a commitment to promote peace and stability, and seeks opportunities such as participating in ACE 17 to

  • F-35 deploys to Europe for the first time

    F-35A Lightning IIs, Airmen and accompanying equipment arrived at Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England, today, marking the aircraft’s first overseas training deployment to Europe.

  • 494th completes TLP training

    U.S. Air Force and allied partners completed multi-lateral training for NATO Tactical Leadership Programme 16-3 here, Oct. 7.The 494th Fighter Squadron participated in the month-long training, which focused on preparing flight leaders to become coalition air force mission commanders with instruction