September was the month of nonstop steel rain in Afghanistan, according to the US Air Force. 948 air munitions were reportedly released as part of Operation Freedom’s Sentinel, making a larger number of weapons dropped in one month than any point since October 2010. A massive amount of sorties have been moved this year, with [...]
A US military fighter jet crashed on Tuesday near the south-western German city of Trier, leaving its pilot with minor injuries. The F-16 Fighting Falcon crashed around 3 pm (1300 GMT) during a routine training excercise, according to a report posted on the website of the Spangdahlem Air Base, to which the aircraft was assigned. [...]
(Sue Sapp/ Air Force) Three men were killed late Friday when their vehicle drove attempted to drive through a gate at Robins Air Force Base. Their vehicle collided with a security barrier at the Georgia base's gate, base officials said. The male driver of a vehicle and two male passengers were killed after [...]
The Combined Air And Space Operations Center at al-Udeid Air Base in Qatar sits empty after operations were briefly shifted to Shaw Air Force Base in South Carolina. (Senior Airman Sean Campbell/U.S. Air Force) The US Air Force is moving its Middle East Command Center out of the Middle East, setting their sights [...]
A 17-year-old in North Little Rock is accused of killing an Airman who was attempting to stop an armed robbery- and he will now be held without bail until his capital murder trial.
A former US Air Force Colonel flying for FedEx was detained in the southern Chinese region of Guangzhou for possession of “ammunition,” which turned out to be little more than 6mm plastic BBs.
A former Green Beret-turned lawmaker has had enough of the US Air Force dragging its feet to field propeller-driven light attack planes- and is now threatening to give the project to the Army. Rep. Michael Waltz, R-Fla., expressed his disdain at the slow-moving USAF when it comes to a Counter Insurgency (COIN) and Light Close [...]