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  • Alaska jets fly south for the winter

    Approximately 150 personnel and 11 F-16 Fighting Falcons assigned to the 18th Aggressor Squadron traveled to Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, to support the F-16 weapons instructor course (WIC) at the U.S. Air Force Weapons School.
  • U.S., Japan transport cargo, Airmen over 1,000 miles

    Transporting more than 100,000 lbs. of cargo and 100 U.S. Air Force Airmen over 1,000 miles to Tsuiki Air Base, Japan didn’t happen on a whim. In fact, it required months of coordination between eight agencies from the 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron to the Japan Ministry of Defense.
  • 'Red Flag' exercises continue providing realistic combat training

    It’s that time again when aircraft from U.S. and partner nations soar through the Alaskan sky as RED FLAG-Alaska has officially kicked-off for the final time this season. RF-A 17-3 is scheduled to run from July 27 to August 11.
  • First to fight: Panton’s celebrate 100th anniversary

    Members of the 35th Fighter Squadron gathered at Kunsan Air Base on June 12 to observe a historical base fly-over commemorating 100 years of their squadron’s history in the defense of American and now South Korean interests.
  • Airman finds resiliency through art

    The dust whips across the street as she makes her way home from the library. Sweat drips from her brow as the hot, California sun shoos her inside.
  • USAF and ROKAF work hand in hand during Buddy Wing 17-3

    U.S. Air Force and Republic of Korea Air Force members pose for a photo at Seosan Air Base, Republic of Korea during Buddy Wing 17-3, March 30, 2017. This training is a Buddy Wing exercise, a regularly-scheduled exercise that occurs several times a year. It is based on realistic tactical requirements and missions expected of our ROK-U.S. combined
  • Know, teach, replicate: 18th AGRS provides world-class training during DS17

    It requires remarkable skill, dedication and discipline to become a military pilot. Despite the nation’s colors that don an aircraft’s fuselage, or what service affiliation rests on the chest’s of its aircrew, a military pilot is a capable and readily accessible force for effectively responding to and neutralizing a threat of any magnitude, at any time, or any place. However, like the students of the Royal Australian Air Force Base Air Warfare Instructors Course are learning in Exercise Diamond Shield 2017, it doesn’t come without hard work and extensive exposure to tactical exploitation by some of the most well-trained and experienced fighter combat instructors in the world; the 18th Aggressor Squadron from Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska.
  • Royal Australian Air Force and 18th Aggressor Squadron pilots continue enhancing interoperability in Exercise Diamond Shield 2017

    Pilots from the U.S. Air Force 18th Aggressor Squadron, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, and from Royal Australian Air Force 3 Squadron and the Air Warfare Centre Instructors Course, RAAF Base Williamtown, have already logged numerous hours of flight time during Exercise Diamond Shield 2017 in New South Wales, Australia.
  • PACAF Demo Team forges friendships at New Zealand air show

    The Pacific Air Forces' Demonstration Team performed at the 2017 Air Tattoo at Royal New Zealand Air Force Base Ohakea, New Zealand, Feb. 25 through 26.
  • 7th Air Force capabilities on display at Sacheon Airshow

    For the first time in years, aircraft from Kunsan and Osan Air Bases appeared on the aprons of Sacheon Base.
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