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  • ‘Dirt Boyz’ keep jets soaring, infrastructure operating

    LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz -- Continuously working out in the sweltering Arizona heat, pouring concrete and maintaining the flightline, the Airmen assigned to the 56th Civil Engineering Squadron here are nicknamed the “Dirt Boyz” – and for a good reason.
  • SkillsBridge program gives transitioning Airmen the upper hand

    LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. – The Education Office at Luke offers a program for Airmen who are transitioning from active duty to the civilian workforce, it’s called the SkillsBridge program.
  • Airmen sing the national anthem for Luke

    As a room full of Airmen render a salute and civilians place their hands over their heart, the national anthem echoes throughout the venue sung by a confident and strong voice. The singing of the national anthem is a traditional part of many ceremonies and events in our nation, and several Airmen at Luke have earned the unique opportunity of being chosen as designated singers. These Airmen are the go-to singers for official events such as award ceremonies, promotions and change of commands.
  • Cyber security technicians protect Luke network

    LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz.-- The Air Force relies heavily on computer and software systems, therefore it’s crucial the systems stay secure. Various 56th Communications Squadron cyber security technicians work together to keep the network safe, which enables jets to fly and missions to be accomplished. Cyber security technicians work to prevent,
  • Avionics Airman inspires young women at aviation camp

    Senior Airman Lydia Kamps, of the 756th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, had the opportunity to return to the Experimental Aircraft Association’s GirlVenture Camp during the Oshkosh Air Show in Wisconsin as a mentor, not just a participant. She was able to share how her path of becoming an Airman is taking her toward the goals she set for herself in aviation, a path most young women in the audience haven’t considered.
  • Air traffic controllers maintain safety of pilots

    Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. -- Every career in the Air Force contributes toward the overall mission to fly, fight and win in air, space and cyberspace. Air traffic controllers do their part through ensuring the safety of pilots and aircraft that go through their airspace by making quick decisions and monitoring different variables.
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