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Passing the guidon is a formal process during a change of command ceremony signifying the transfer of leadership from one officer to another. From squadron, group, wing and major command levels, throughout the Air Force there are hundreds of change of command ceremonies each year. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Caleb Worpel) Military heritage: the change of command ceremony
Throughout the Air Force, there are hundreds of change of command ceremonies each year. From squadron, group, wing and major command levels, the primary purpose of a change of command ceremony is to allow subordinates to witness the formal command change from one officer to another.
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Being a steward of our nation treasures is a great honor. The Barry M Goldwater Range has many different species present including the endangered lesser long nosed bat. Barry M Goldwater Range conservation efforts
Being a steward of our nation treasures is a great honor. The Barry M Goldwater Range has many different species present including the endangered lesser long nosed bat.
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56th Component Maintenance Squadron Egress Airmen prepare a crane to remove a canopy and seat from an F-16 Fighting Falcon June 26, 2017, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Aircrew egress technicians perform maintenance on warning lights, emergency oxygen systems, canopies, lap belts and shoulder harnesses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James Hensley) 56th Component Maintenance Squadron
56th Component Maintenance Squadron Egress Airmen prepare a crane to remove a canopy and seat from an F-16 Fighting Falcon June 26, 2017, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Aircrew egress technicians perform maintenance on warning lights, emergency oxygen systems, canopies, lap belts and shoulder harnesses. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James
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Brig. Gen. Brook Leonard, 56th Fighter Wing commander, assists 7-year-old Sean Luke, son of Frank Bryant Jr., in cutting the ribbon during Bryant Fitness Center’s Grand Opening Ceremony June 27, 2017, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. During the ceremony, the fitness center rededicated its name in honor of Frank Bryant Jr., an Airman who made the ultimate sacrifice for his country. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Alexander Cook) Bryant Fitness Center rededicated in honor of fallen Airman
It has been more than five years since Team Luke officially renamed its fitness center the “Bryant Fitness Center” in honor of fallen Airman, Lt. Col. Frank Bryant Jr. Today, Thunderbolts, family and friends attended the Bryant Fitness Center’s Grand Opening Ceremony rededicating its name in his honor.
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Senior Master Sgt. Terri Reppe, 607th Air Control Squadron operations superintendent, briefs Airmen during Green Dot training June 23, 2017 at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. The Air Force Green Dot training began in 2016 and helps prepare organizations to implement a strategy of violence prevention that can reduce power-based interpersonal violence. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Devante Williams) Luke trains new Green Dot implementers
To minimize incidents and raise awareness of sexual assault, dating violence, stalking and other types of cruelty, Luke trained a group of Airmen as Green Dot implementers. The Air Force Green Dot training began in 2016 and helps prepare organizations to implement a strategy of violence prevention that can reduce power-based interpersonal violence.
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Graduates and instructors of the Airpower Leadership Academy Class 17-A pause for a group photo during graduation June 21, 2017 at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. ALA is a 20-week program for technical and staff sergeants focused on leadership development through: relationships, expectations, academics, character and health. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Devante Williams)  Inaugural Airpower Leadership Academy Graduates
On June 21, 20 Airmen graduated from the first Airpower Leadership Academy here. But what is ALA?
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Heat Stress Safety for Pets
The heat at Luke can be extreme so be sure to keep all family members, even furry ones, safe during these hot days!
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2017
June 15th officially marks the beginning of monsoon season in Arizona bringing a higher risk of severe thunderstorms, flooding, dust storms and high winds affecting the mission at Luke AFB and surrounding communities. What to Know for Monsoon Season 2017
As we enter the summer months, rising temperatures, lightning, dust and moisture fill the air. 2017 is already breaking records in terms of heat, but what could this mean for other types of weather?
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2017
Two brothers born and raised at Luke AFB, assigned to the 310th and 62nd fighter squadrons, tell their story about brotherhood, service, and sacrifice. Brotherhood, Service, Sacrifice
Two brothers born and raised at Luke assigned to the 310th and 62nd fighter squadrons, tell their story about brotherhood, service, and sacrifice.
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2017
Default Air Force Logo Luke to resume local F-35A flying operations
The 56th Fighter Wing will resume local F-35A Lightning II flight operations Wednesday June 21, 2017, following an 11-day pause after five physiological events occurred during flights from May 2-June 8 2017.
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