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  • Minot B-52s arrive at Dyess

    Several B-52s and Airmen from Minot AFB came to Dyess AFB to participate in an Agile Combat Employment exercise, dubbed Agile Warbird. The aircraft are operating out of Dyess while upgrades are being made to the Minot runway, showcasing their ability to operate at forward locations.

  • Enhancing readiness through wellness

    With a readiness-driven mindset at the forefront, the 375th Air Mobility Wing launched its Operational Support Team in late 2023, embedding a cadre of comprehensive healthcare specialists within rotating squadrons, allowing the units to achieve peak readiness levels.

  • Joint Warfighters Explode into the Indo-Pacific Theater

    The 'Can Do’ Wing and members from the 87th Air Base Wing displayed their Explodeo capabilities during the Valiant Shield exercise, June 5-18, 2024, integrating secure beyond line of sight and line of sight connectivity capabilities to maneuver the joint force in a contested, degraded, or denied

  • Air Force Academy cadets gain hands-on experience at Team McChord

    U.S. Air Force cadets from the United States Air Force Academy stand in front of a C-17 Globemaster III during their visit to Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington, July 2, 2024. The visit was part of a job exposure program aimed at providing cadets with hands-on experience and insights into various

  • Col. Jay Johnson takes command of the 60th AMW

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Derek Salmi relinquished command of the 60th Air Mobility Wing to Col. Jay Johnson July 3, 2024. As the new 60th AMW commander, Johnson is responsible for the combined efforts of all wing operations and support activities associated with the worldwide air mobility mission,

  • Fame's Favored Few welcomes new wing commander

    Col. Chad K. Cisewski assumed command of the 92nd Air Refueling Wing and Chief Master Sgt. Lindsay S. Moon assumed responsibility as the new 92nd ARW command chief during a change of command and change of responsibility ceremony, July 2, 2024.

  • Team Travis performs final KC-10 A-check

    From June 24-28, in a historic moment, the 60th Maintenance Squadron and the 660th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron completed a final A-check inspection on a KC-10 Extender marking the end of an era for the KC-10, which has been a cornerstone of air mobility and aerial refueling excellence.

  • 22 ARW completes first 45-hour nonstop KC-46 flight around the world

    A 22nd Air Refueling Wing KC-46A Pegasus executed the world’s first nonstop, KC-46A Pegasus westbound circumnavigation endurance flight, called Project Magellan, June 29-July 1 starting and finishing here.This flight was the latest Maximum Endurance Operation (MEO) for the KC-46A Pegasus, Air