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  • 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.
  • Team Luke welcomes new commander

    Luke Air Force Base Airmen welcomed their new wing commander July 13, as Brig. Gen. Brook Leonard took command of the 56th Fighter Wing from outgoing commander Brig. Gen. Scott Pleus.
  • 2016 Second Quarter Load Crew Comp takes place

    The annual Second Quarter Weapons Load Crew Competition took place on the flightline July 1, 2016, at Luke Air Force Base.Teams composed of Airmen from various Aircraft Maintenance Units of the 56th Maintenance Group competed to be the first to complete the loading of weapons onto an F-16 or an F-35.“The competition brings the whole weapons
  • EOD Airmen provide combat support anytime, anywhere

    Disarming and disposing of explosives is a dangerous task requiring a skilled technician. Here at Luke, the 56th Civil Engineering Squadron explosive ordinance disposal flight is always prepared to support the mission by providing expert combat support anytime, anywhere.“Our primary mission at Luke is to support the pilot training mission,” said
  • Luke AFB and local community join in P4 initiative

    Luke Air Force Base and West Valley Phoenix community leaders inked a memorandum of understanding identifying the structure of the Luke Community Partnership program during the Luke West Valley Council meeting June 16 at Luke AFB, Arizona.
  • Luke combatives training underway

    Grass stained Airman Battle Uniform trousers and blouses darkened with sweat are standard attire. Football helmets, pugil sticks and pads almost three feet tall by six inches deep designed to absorb punches and kicks are tools of the trade. And they are lucky, it is only 75 degrees outside. Twelve Airmen from differing career fields began a three
  • Getting involved can help prevent sexual assault

    There are often warning signs before sexual assault is committed and bystanders can assist in deterring sexual crime by halting problem behaviors early on, before they escalate. Bystanders can accomplish this by taking action which conveys sexual assault is a crime that will not be tolerated. How bystanders can make a difference ·   Express
  • It's My Base campaign to instill pride in Luke

    As I look around the installation, I am incredibly proud of the men and women who accomplish our mission of training the world's greatest fighter pilots and maintainers while deploying mission ready warfighters. This mission couldn't be accomplished without your professionalism, commitment and pride. Pride comes in many forms -- such as the way we
  • 'It's my Base' campaign addresses pride in Luke

    The 56th Fighter Wing commander, Brig. Gen. Tom Jones, launched an "It's My Base" campaign last week; the major tenets of the campaign address the pride in the appearance of Luke and professionalism of base members. As part of military professionalism, proper respect during reveille, retreat and taps must be rendered. The military tradition of
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