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  • Luke adopts Airman 4 Life

    Luke’s maintainers play an incomparable role in the base’s mission by ensuring the safety and preservation of its aircraft. Their job entails a demanding work schedule with long hours that can sometimes make finding time for self-care challenging. The Airman 4 Life program was developed to ensure

  • CSAF selects Luke Airman for SLECP-A

    Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. CQ. Brown, Jr. surprised a 56th Communications Squadron master sergeant with news of his selection for the Senior Leader Enlisted Commissioning Program-Active Duty Scholarship on a video call in January.

  • Luke Days 2022 Cancelled

    The 56th Fighter Wing command team has decided to cancel the upcoming Luke Days airshow event, previously scheduled for March 19-20, 2022.

  • PRESS RELEASE: Mirage F-1 Incident near Luke Air Force Base

    At approximately 11:11 a.m. today, during a routine training mission, a contracted Mirage F1 fighter aircraft operating out of Luke Air Force Base crashed 15 miles northwest of the base in an unpopulated area. The pilot was able to safely eject. The cause of the incident is under investigation.

  • 63rd FS trains F-35 pilots with forward armament refueling point

    The ability to respond to a threat at any time, from anywhere in the world, is a cornerstone of U.S. air dominance. Student-pilots from the 63rd Fighter Squadron recently completed a mission designed to demonstrate this ability, and to push the boundaries of F-35A Lightning II pilot training.

  • Patriot All-America golf tournament members honor, tour Luke AFB

    Every year, the Wigwam Resort in Litchfield Park hosts the Patriot All-America golf tournament in honor of fallen and severely wounded service members. Golfers received a base tour that included a 56th Security Forces Squadron working dog demonstration and an F-16 Fighting Falcon and F-35 Lightning

  • Joint Strike Fighters take on Apex Legends Tournament

    There are countless ways Airmen throughout the Air Force blow off steam after a hard day, but a favorite among many Airmen is gaming. Whether it’s through console or PC, many service members put countless hours into this digital pasttime. Recognizing the trend, Air Force officials started a

  • 61st Fighter Squadron hosts Pilot for a Day

    Anthony ‘Baby Yoda’ Ramos, Pilot for a Day participant, sits in front of an F-35 Lightning II Dec. 16, 2021, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. During his visit, Ramos and his family learned about the 61st Fighter Squadron mission, visited the 56th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department and the 56th