Airman Feature Articles

 
  • Thunderbirds Laid To Rest; Legacy Lives On

    Twin brothers were founding member of the Thunderbirds, an Air Combat Command unit now comprising four support officers, three civilians and more than 130 enlisted personnel in 25 career fields supporting eight pilots, including six demonstration pilots, that flies 75 shows a year.

  • AFSOC: A New Generation

    Threats such as cyberattacks, electromagnetic spectrum, and adversarial artificial intelligence have changed the face of warfare. Follow Air Force Special Operations Command as they adapt to the constantly evolving strategic competitive environment complicated by these emerging technologies.

  • Technology: Improving The Future Installation

    Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, is currently testing an array of technologies that, if successful, could be implemented enterprise-wide as a cost-effective force multiplier.

  • We Train Like We Fight

    Within the Joint Force, the Air Force leads the way in promoting diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility, or DEIA.

  • Pushing The Envelope: Catalyzing Change

    Throughout its 75-year history, the Air Force has used crisis to propel itself into innovation in the hopes of ensuring the same disaster doesn’t happen twice. 

  • Engineering Future Leaders

    Five second lieutenants are getting a unique opportunity to work side-by-side with experienced civil engineers very early in their careers through the Tyndall Hands program.

  • Airframe: KC-10 Extender

    The KC-10 Extender is an advanced tanker and cargo aircraft combining aerial refueling capabilities with personnel and supply transport capabilities.

  • Airframe: KC-10 Extender

    The KC-10 Extender is an advanced tanker and cargo aircraft combining aerial refueling capabilities with personnel and supply transport capabilities.

  • Future technology for maintenance now

    The broad spectrum of technologies the Air Force is currently fielding at Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, is aimed at cutting down on emergency response times, improving quality of life for Airmen and reducing maintenance costs for military installations worldwide. Following the destruction caused

  • The Debrief: Installation Proving Ground

    In the aftermath of the destruction left in the wake of Hurricane Michael in 2018, the U.S. Air Force has been utilizing fast-paced contracting processes to acquire innovative technologies from commercial partners in order to rebuild Tyndall Air Force Base as an ‘Installation of the Future’.

  
 
 

 

 

 

 
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