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  • Active Shooter Exercise Prepares Luke First Responders

    Luke Airmen participate in an active shooter exercise Feb. 26, 2021, at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona. The exercise took place at the Bryant Fitness Center, and evaluated the training, readiness and capability of Luke Airmen to respond to an active shooter threat. Exercises ensure Airmen meet warfighting needs with a continuous drive toward more effective and efficient training. (U.S. Air Force photos by Staff Sgt. Amber Carter)
  • Luke reinforces TFI with DoD level maintenance award

    The 56th and 944th Fighter Wings’ maintenance groups, referred to as the 1K Maintenance Group at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, will be recipients of the 2020 Secretary of Defense Field-level Maintenance Award in the large category. The information was officially confirmed in a Department of Defense news release posted on Nov. 19.
  • Werewolves at Luke get new commander

    Lt. Col. Paul “Ballz” Killeen relinquished command to Lt. Col. Bradley “Vapor” Sullivan, the new 69 FS commander. The ceremony was presided over by Col. Trena Savageau, 944th Operations Group commander.
  • 56th CES works ahead of schedule, garners $1.4 miliion in funding toward Luke's infrastructure

    The 56th Civil Engineer Squadron, Operations Element garnered a $1.4 million bonus toward Luke AFB infrastructure with 100 percent of Luke facilities and assets in inventory three months ahead of schedule.
  • 63rd FS implements Beast Mode configuration, creates training opportunity for student pilots and weapons Airmen

    When a combat mission demands it, stealth is sacrificed for a maximum weapons configuration. The 56th Fighter Wing is employing innovative practices to ensure its F-35A pilots are prepared for all combat operations.
  • Lockheed Martin and Luke AFB expand innovation

    The 56th Component Maintenance Squadron’s Egress Systems Flight partnered with Lockheed Martin to work on two innovative technologies that aim to enhance F-35A Lightning II egress maintenance training.
  • Luke AFB salutes essential workers with flyover

    Luke Air Force Base, to include the 56th Fighter Wing and the 944th Fighter Wing, along with the Arizona Air National Guard 161st Air Refueling Wing will honor Arizona’s front line COVID-19 responders with a community flyover May 1, 2020.
  • Luke AFB Oasis Dinner

    Ms. Loida Legang, Main Luke Community Chapel catholic religious education director, cleans dishes after preparing food for the Oasis dinner, April 3, 2020, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. The dinner is hosted every Friday and Saturday and is open to all Luke AFB Airmen. The Oasis is a chapel-sponsored helping organization for dorm Airmen that
  • TMO inbound/receiving

    Airman 1st Class Brett Tristen, 56th Logistics Readiness Squadron Traffic Management Office (TMO) inbound receiver, reaches for packing sleeves, March 27, 2020, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Packing sleeves are used to place due out release forms on items being delivered to 56th LRS Vehicle Operations’ parts and distribution office. TMO Airmen support
  • Operations security April Fools' Day

    Senior Airman Cook leaves his Common Access Card in his computer. A thief steals the CAC and freezes it in water for an April Fools' prank.
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