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  • The Air Force’s first E-4B simulator is up and running

    E-4B pilots and flight engineers have a new way to accomplish training thanks to the delivery of a new E-4B-specific simulator. The milestone was commemorated during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at a facility in La Vista, Neb., April 14.

  • Air Force provides C2 advisors to operational-level commanders

    With global competition heating up, the need to maximize the agility of U.S. Air Force operational command and control has never been more pressing. Fortunately, the USAF’s Operational Command Training Program is a foundational piece of its current C2 training architecture.

  • Ready at a moment’s notice

    The 91st Missile Wing contributes to the nation's strategic defense by sustaining and operating various Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles and the associated launch facilities. Members of the 742nd Missile Squadron are responsible for providing day-to-day combat operations for the

  • CATM hits the mark with training

    Combat arms instructors are security forces personnel who train military members on proper weapon use. These instructors teach up to three classes a day, with an average of 20 students in each class. Safety is vital when firing a weapon and when the instructors are out on the line with students,

  • B-52s assure allies in Europe

    The B-52 conducted theater integration, flying training, and joint and allied training to improve bomber interoperability. Allied training will also include participation in exercise SERPENTEX, a French Air Command-led exercise that will focus on training aircrew and JTACs in their Air Land

  • 54th HS Airmen go off deep end

    Members of the 54th Helicopter Squadron participated in underwater egress survival training at Minot Air Force Base, N.D. The training encompassed the usage of a shallow water egress trainer and helicopter emergency egress device operations.

  • Prairie Vigilance 16: Anytime, Anywhere

    The 5th Bomb Wing at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, participated in Prairie Vigilance 16-1 Sept. 11-16, an annual exercise designed to test the wing’s ability to conduct conventional and nuclear-capable bomber operations.“Prairie Vigilance 16-1 is an operational readiness exercise that