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  • The Hot Talk on a Mission that Never Stops

    There is no denying the heat in Arizona, especially after breaking the record of 19 consecutive days of temperatures above 110 degrees Fahrenheit! Running from the heat may seem to be the smartest choice, however it is not always feasible to have the luxury of being in cool conditions. Having the

  • AFETS personnel essential to Luke AFB’s mission

    Comprised of highly qualified veteran specialists, the Air Force Engineering and Technical Services civilians collaborate closely with active-duty Airmen and their Lockheed Martin counterparts, offering continuity of knowledge and decades of experience to aviation maintenance across the Air Force.

  • Integrating the Total Force at Luke AFB

    The 56th Fighter Wing at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, routinely conducts operations between active-duty, Air Force Reserve Command, and Air National Guard members to maintain a cohesive operational force and support Total Force Integration.

  • Luke AFB enhances community partnerships

    Members of the Air Force Community Partnership Program conducted a meeting on July 25, 2023, at the Goodyear City Hall in Goodyear, Arizona. This program is designed to provide Luke Air Force Base and its surrounding communities shared solutions to shared problems while fostering a culture of

  • Luke AFB offers legal services for EFMP families

    Military life presents unique challenges for military families, especially those with special needs members. Demetria Themistocles, the 56th Fighter Wing Judge Advocate’s most recent attorney advisor, specializes in the Exceptional Family Member Program and can advise service members on how to best

  • Luke firefighters assist with Glendale landfill fire

    The Luke Air Force Base Fire Department responded to a 3-acre fire at the Glendale Municipal Landfill, working alongside fire crews from around the West Valley at approximately 9 p.m., July 19, 2023, in Glendale, Arizona.