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  • 56th MSG Airmen conduct ACE multi-capable exercise

    As the saying goes, you have to crawl before you can walk, and walk before you can run.For the Agile Combat Employment program, or ACE, the concept is no different when it comes to training Airmen for duty at Luke Air Force Base and in various theaters of operations.“ACE as a concept of operations

  • Proposal for Erosion Control Measures on BMGR-East

    The 56th Range Management Office, Environmental Science Management, is proposing erosion control measures within the Barry M. Goldwater Range East (BMGR-E). RMO will complete a programmatic level analysis to look at these alternatives, given the similarities in habitat and military infrastructure

  • Sykes family expands as AF family steps up

    The Sykes family received devastating news in February 2021 when their daughter, Zoey, was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia. Once alone, their family grew when their Air Force family stepped in to support and help them in their long journey.

  • Operation Deep Freeze: Airmen in Antarctica

    In 1955, the United States began a series of continuous operations in support of the National Science Foundation mission in Antarctica. Operation Deep Freeze, an inter-continental mission located in one of the coldest and most austere environments on the Earth, has been in place since the 1950’s.

  • Women of Weapons Load Exhibition

    A Women of Weapons Load Exhibition was held in celebration of Women’s History Month, which exemplifies a culture of diversity and inclusion across the 56th Maintenance Group.

  • 310th Fighter Squadron hosts Pilot for a Day

    Ian “Monky Warrior” Brito, Pilot for a Day participant, and his family, were given a tour of the 56th Operation Support Group aircrew flight equipment to learn about their mission and how the Air Flight Equipment team supports and maintains pilot operations, as well as upholds pilot safety. During