Col. Michael Miller, 2nd Bomb Wing commander, addresses Airmen at the 2nd Bomb Wing Quaterly Award ceremony at Barksdale Air Force Base La., April 26, 2019. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Jacob B. Wrightsman) A bomb wing commander issued an apology for calling suicide a "chickenshit" action. 2nd BW commander Colonel Michael [...]
Terminal of Tokyo-Narita Airport in 2014. (Wikipedia Commons) An American firefighter employed by the US Air Force was arrested in Japan after a loaded handgun and magazine were found in his luggage. 43-year-old Michael Applegate was arrested at Narita International Airport in Chiba prefecture on Tuesday, having just arrived from the US. Applegate [...]
An Afghan pilot conducts training in an A-29 Super Tucano over Kabul, Afghanistan as part of the Train Advise and Assist Command's (TAAC-Air) mission on Dec. 20, 2018. The mission of TAAC-Air is to train, advise and assist Afghan partners to develop a professional, capable and sustainable Afghan Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior [...]
For some new members of the Air Force, maintaining a "hip" appearance is more important than the Air Force's need for uniformity that -in theory- reinforces cohesion and discipline to achieve collective goals.
Major Andre Sean McDonald and his wife Nicole. A Major in the US Air Force Reserve was scheduled for a hearing this morning in relation to charges concerning the tampering of evidence and disappearance of his wife. Major Andre Sean McDonald, a cyber warfare officer based out of San Antonio, Texas, is currently [...]
The US Air Force is adopting an Infrastructure Investment Strategy (abbreviated as I2S) praised and possibly created in part by former Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, despite the fact that Wilson has resigned. The new strategy reportedly changes the way in which the USAF maintains its facilities, using a system that focuses on getting work [...]
Screenshot from video below A civilian employee of the US Air Force has been sentenced to prison after scamming the government out of around $1.5 million over a period of 17 years. Michelle M. Holt, who worked for the Air Combat Command's communications support squadron in Virginia, was sentenced to 4 years in [...]