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  • Luke pilots and Air National Guard complete refueling mission

    Republic of Korea Air Force, F-35A Lightning IIs fly in formation during a refueling mission March 15, 2019, in Ariz. The F-35’s sensor package is designed to collect, fuse and distribute more information than any fighter jet in history, giving pilots an advantage over all adversaries. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Leala Marquez)
  • Luke Conducts Transient Aircraft Training with Mesa Airport

    Members from the 309th and 61st Aircraft Maintenance Units partnered with the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport to conduct transient aircraft training on May 21 for Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport employees.
  • Metals Technology: Innovating the future of airpower

    From aircraft parts to specialized tools, the Airmen at the 56th Equipment Maintenance Squadron aircraft metals technology flight manufacture and fix any asset that comes their way.
  • US, Aussie partnership thriving at Luke

    Since the arrival of Australia’s first F-35A at Luke Air Force Base in December 2014, Australian pilots and maintainers have trained side by side with members from the U.S. Air Force and Lockheed Martin in preparation for the day when Australian F-35s would travel home to Australia.
  • Air War College international students finish capstone program at Luke

    United States Air Force Air War College International Fellows students visited Luke Tuesday to gain a better understanding of U.S. military operations and see how Luke is building the future of airpower.
  • Luke begins F-35 MRA course

    Five Airmen are a little closer to becoming F-35A Lightning II crew chiefs as Luke began its first F-35 Lightning II Mission-Ready Airmen training class June 30.“It’s exciting to be the first F-35 MRA class at Luke,” said Airman Kyle George, Detachment 12 F-35 MRA student. “It’s a unique experience to be on the cutting edge.”This course is the
  • 61st Fighter Squadron deploys GBU-12

    An F-35 Lightning II from the 61st Fighter Squadron deploys a GBU-12 500-pound laser- guided bomb for the first time in the squadron's history April 25, 2016, at the Barry M. Goldwater Range in Gila Bend, Ariz. Three F-35s successfully delivered six inert GBU-12s during the practice sortie, making the 61st FS the second squadron at Luke Air Force Base to drop bombs from the F-35. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Ridge Shan)
  • Australian F-35 Lightning II lands at Luke Air Force Base

    An Australian F-35 Lightning II lands at Luke Air Force Base Feb. 2, 2016. Luke conducts a joint international F-35 training mission with partner nations Norway, Italy, and Australia. The F-35 is a fifth-generation all-weather multi-role strike fighter.
  • Norway’s first F-35 sortie, jets arrive on air force’s birthday

    Click here for the video storyThe F-35 program took its first step forward integrating partner nations with the arrival of the first Australian F-35 Dec. 18, 2014, at Luke. Almost a year later the next big international step for the program came when two Italian pilots completed their first flight in an F-35 Nov. 5 here. This marks the second
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