RED FLAG-Alaska 22-3, a Pacific Air Forces exercise, started on July 28 and is scheduled to take place until August 12 in the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex. The JPARC is the largest instrumented air, ground and electronic combat training range in the world, making it the ideal space to simulate
Fifth generation fighter aircraft receive fuel from a KC-135 Stratotanker.
When it comes to aeromedical patient care in the Indo-Pacific region, one of the United States’ closest allies takes “mateship” to a new level.Australia and the United States have a proud history of working together in times of crisis for over 100 years. Their relationship continues to grow as
The current outbreak of monkeypox continues to spread, with more than 6,600 active cases in the United States mostly occurring among gay and bisexual men. The White House declared on August 4 that monkeypox is a national public health emergency.
The first aircraft operating in support of RED FLAG-Alaska 22-3 took to the skies from the Eielson flightline early this morning. The exercise will run July 28 – Aug. 12.
The 556th Test and Evaluation Squadron recently validated the MQ-9 Reaper’s agility and proved mission relevance to the U.S. Indo-Pacific Command’s Joint Force through their participation in the Valiant Shield exercise.
U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 505th Command and Control Wing at Kirtland Air Force Base, New Mexico, and Beale AFB, California, supported the U.S. Navy’s ninth iteration of exercise Valiant Shield 22 last month.
Senior enlisted military leaders from eight Indo-Pacific nations gathered for the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force’s Senior Enlisted Leader International Summit (SELIS) here, August 1.SELIS gave senior leaders from Allied and partner nations a multilateral platform to secure common interests,