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  • National Children’s Dental Health Month

    The 56th Dental Squadron is celebrating National Children’s Dental Health Month. This year’s emphasis is to educate parents on how to care for children’s teeth.
  • EOD Airmen maintain readiness

    The 56th Civil Engineer Squadron explosive ordnance disposal Airmen participated in the fifth annual exercise called Operation Enduring Training Feb. 6 to Feb. 10 at the Barry M. Goldwater Range located southwest of Luke Air Force Base in Gila Bend, Ariz.
  • F-35’s first B-course takes flight

    The Air Force’s first F-35 Lightning II basic flight course class took to the skies for the first time as they entered the live flying portion of their training Feb. 8, 2017.
  • Luke Holiday Safety

    It’s the time of year for eggnog and new year resolutions. However safety is also a major concern during the holidays. From house fires to drunken drivers, it’s important to know what to look out for during these celebratory times.
  • F-16 pilots continue to graduate, continue to fight

    A class of F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots under the tutelage of instructor pilots from the 309th Fighter Squadron graduated Dec. 16, 2016, following approximately nine months of training at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz.
  • Holiday budgeting important for new year

    Every year nearly 300 million Americans celebrate Christmas which entails not only spreading holiday cheer, but buying gifts for loved ones. While gift giving can be rewarding, the result can leave some financially unfit for the new year.
  • Luke creates first F-35 undergraduate pilot syllabus

    It was a historic moment as the first class of undergraduate pilots began training through the newly written F-35 Lightning II syllabus Monday in the F-35 Academic Training Center at Luke Air Force Base.
  • Young thunderbolts learn about deployments

    The 56th Force Support Squadron’s staff held its biannual mock deployment event at the Ability to Survive and Operate area Oct. 15 at Luke Air Force Base. The event, code-named Operation Kids, was held to show children of military members the duty and life of an Airman who is deployed.
  • Remains of fighter pilot hero return home after 10 years

    This week, nearly 10 years after he was killed in combat operations in Iraq, U.S. forces brought home the remains of F-16 pilot Maj. Troy Gilbert, who died saving the lives of U.S. service members and coalition allies.
  • 56th CS keeps Luke connected

    Technology has become a major facet in people’s lives, connecting people through email phone calls, and typed documents. At Luke the Airmen of the 56th Communication Squadron provide the infrastructure to support, power and repair this network, ensuring mission success at Luke.
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