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  • 62nd FS pilots, maintainers prepare for Red Flag

    U.S. and international student pilots enrolled in the F-35A Lightning II B-course are preparing for Red Flag Exercise 21-2, one of the largest aerial combat simulations the U.S. Air Force has to offer.
  • Honorary commanders learn about Luke mission

    Adrianne Rankin (second from right), 56th Range Management Office archaeologist, briefs Luke Air Force Base commanders and honorary commanders on Native American petroglyphs Nov. 14, 2019, at the Chris Glyphs Archeological Site, Ariz. During the tour, Rankin educated the visitors on Native American history on the Barry M. Goldwater Range, including
  • A Reunion of a Lifetime

    For most residents of Accra, Ghana, life seemed like any other day on Nov. 11, 2011 … the people, accustomed to the hot and humid fall weather, buzzed around the sprawling city. Although, for Akwasi Ageyman-Prempeh, it was anything but normal – it was filled with excitement and hope.
  • Luke Airmen conduct a Fuel Spill Exercise

    Senior Airman Joseph Bahr (left), 56th Aeromedicine Squadron bioenvironmental technician, and Staff Sgt. Eric Roberts, 56th Aeromedicine Squadron noncommissioned officer in charge of Radiation and Safety Operations Element, monitor volatile organic compounds in the air during a fuel spill exercise Oct. 4, 2019, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. The
  • National POW/MIA Recognition Day

    Chief Master Sgt. Ronald Thompson, 56th Fighter Wing command chief, addresses the audience at the annual POW/MIA 24-hour vigil run opening ceremony Sept. 19, 2019, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. The ceremony was held to honor those who are still listed as missing in action or were prisoners of war. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Leala
  • Honor the Fallen: 9/11 Tower Challenge

    A firefighter from the Glendale Fire Department rings a bell during the 9/11 Tower Challenge Sept. 11, 2019, at the Gila River Arena, Glendale, Ariz. Participants rang a bell signifying their completion of the 2,071 steps they climbed during the challenge. The steps represented the 110 floors of the World Trade Center first responders climbed
  • Exercise JERSEY WRATH 19-1

    The mobility-centric training exercise highlighted integration between mobility and combat assets in a realistic training scenario.
  • Top cadets from across Latin America visit Luke

    A group of distinguished cadets from the air service academies of several Latin American countries visited Luke Oct. 31, 2018, as part of the Department of Defense Latin American Cadet Initiative program.
  • 2018 Third Quarter Load Competition

    Weapons load crews from various units on base battle it out every quarter on their ability to quickly and correctly arm their respective aircraft.
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