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Bryce Mellish, Arizona State University ROTC cadet, swims through a mud trench during the 4th annual Luke Mudder at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Nov. 3, 2017. The event was an opportunity for cadets to close their books, get outside, connect with other detachments and start learning about Air Force lifestyle. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Caleb Worpel) Thunderbolts host 4th Annual Luke Mudder
Trenches of brown, muddy water, high-pressure hoses blasting contestants head-on, mud-soaked shoes and clothes, tire flips and a steep mud-slide – these are the sure signs of a grueling event commonly referred to as a mud run.
0 11/03
2017
F-35A Lightning II instructor pilots from the 62nd Fighter Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, came here for three weeks in late October to train the next generation of F-35A pilots. Joint Strike Fighter pilots train in Gunfighter Country
F-35A Lightning II instructor pilots from the 62nd Fighter Squadron at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, came here for three weeks in late October to train the next generation of F-35A pilots.
0 11/03
2017
Default Air Force Logo Kachina Gate Temporarily Closed
The Kachina Gate will be closed on November 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 7th for construction. The North Gate will be opening at 0600 to accomodate for the Kachina Gate being closed. Normal gate hours will continue on November 8th.
0 11/02
2017
The area that once was temporary lodging lays bare at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Oct. 30, 2017. The family campsite was on the consolidated resources and requirements list for funding and is pending construction. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman James Hensley) Teamwork, planning results in end of year funding for Luke projects
The 2017 fiscal year ended and money distributed to fund all projects on the 56th Fighter Wing consolidated resources and requirements list. Nearly $16 million was allocated to various projects stemming from the CRRL, a consolidated list of top priorities across the Wing that lacked funding.
0 11/01
2017
Halloween Safety Tips Halloween Safety Tips
Tips everyone can use to ensure a safe Halloween.
0 10/31
2017
Senior Airman Anthony Felix, 63rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chief (right), and Airman 1st Class Blayne Exline, 63rd AMU assistant dedicated crew chief, showcase the F-35A Lightning II to retirees at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Oct. 28, 2017. During the Retiree Appreciation Day event, system matter experts were placed around an F-35 and F-16 Fighting Falcon static displays to answer any questions the retirees had. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Pedro Mota) Luke honors prior service patriots
Servicemen, past and present, gathered at the Navy Operations Support Center during a Retiree Appreciation Day event Oct. 28, to commemorate retired veterans in the area.
0 10/30
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Members of the 12th Flying Training Wing pose with senior leadership after winning the "Wing of Wings" award during the inaugural flying training awards ceremony Oct. 20, 2017 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. The awards paid tribute to the individuals and teams who continue to produce highly qualified aircrew for the United States Air Force. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Stormy Archer) AETC holds inaugural flying competition
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, TEXAS – The excitement and anticipation from the crowd was palpable as you entered the Fleenor Auditorium Friday night.   The evening marked the culmination of the past year’s flying training production from across Air Education and Training Command and the inception of the first annual AETC Flying Training Awards
0 10/30
2017
Air Commodore Mike Kitcher, Commander Air Combat Group of the Royal Australian Air Force, speaks with members of the Australian F-35A Transition Team embedded with the 61st Fighter Squadron and Aircraft Maintenance Unit during a visit to Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Oct. 25, 2017. AIRCDRE Kitcher spoke with Australian pilots and maintenance personnel about his vision for the transition of the F-35A into Australian service, and he thanked the 56th Fighter Wing and Lockheed Martin for supporting the Australian mission. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Devante Williams) RAAF Air Commodore visits the Australian F-35A Transition Team at Luke
Air Commodore Mike Kitcher, Commander Air Combat Group of the Royal Australian Air Force, speaks with members of the Australian F-35A Transition Team embedded with the 61st Fighter Squadron and Aircraft Maintenance Unit during a visit to Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Oct. 25, 2017. AIRCDRE Kitcher spoke with Australian pilots and maintenance
0 10/27
2017
The Jerome Grand Hotel was once known as the United Verde Hospital until it was bought by the Phelps Dodge Mining Corporation. Built in 1926, it served as the town's hospital playing host to injured miners, new births, a psychiatric ward and for the some, the last place they would see alive. (Photo by  SSgt Marcy Copeland) Desert Destinations: Ghost towns of Arizona
As Airmen, we have the unique opportunity to live in different places across the world, and this presents endless adventures to be pursued. In Arizona, there are more than 275 ghost towns to explore. Some of the largest and most prosperous towns were those that boomed during the gold, silver and copper rushes of the 19th century. But as mines ran low, and town’s people moved on, only handfuls of locals stayed and once-vibrant cities became dilapidated, weathered shells of their former glory.
0 10/27
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Halloween decorations illuminate the night on Luke Air Force Base, Ariz., Oct. 23, 2017. Halloween is traditionally a time for families to socialize and partake in festivities, however its important to be alert for costume wearers while driving on base so everyone stays safe. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Devante Williams) Halloween safety tips, Luke events available to families
On Halloween, people wear costumes and laugh off imagining fears, but there are real-life dangers people should keep in mind while celebrating events on and off base to stay safe.
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