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  • Luke, Arizona ANG salute Phoenix

    Luke Air Force Base and the Arizona’s Air National Guard honored Arizona front line responders with a 15-aircraft flyover today, May 1, 2020.
  • Luke AFB continues training mission

    Tech. Sgt. James Hayes, 63rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit instructor, marshals an F-35A Lightning II April 8, 2020, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Maintainers at Luke AFB enable the mission by launching and recovering aircraft, inspecting components and ensuring aircraft are serviceable to fly. Luke AFB is home to 77 F-16s and 98 F-35s enabling
  • 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.
  • Women’s History Month: women of Luke AFB

    Second Lt. Jasmine Archuleta, 56th Communications Squadron officer in charge of quality assurance, poses for a photo March 13, 2020, at Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Archuleta ensures the commander inspector’s program is in compliance and evaluates personnel and equipment. Women’s History Month highlights the accomplishments and contributions of
  • Luke Airman Receives AETC Gen. Billy J. Boles Mentorship Award

    A 56th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron NCO earned Air Education and Training Command-level award for his efforts in mentoring Airmen and junior officers.
  • Luke celebrates Women’s History Month

    Airmen and civilians attend a Women’s History Month luncheon March 3, 2020, at Club 5/6, Luke Air Force Base, Ariz. Women’s History Month highlights the accomplishments and contributions of American women throughout the history of the United States. Luke commemorates Women’s History Month by hosting a variety of public events to educate individuals
  • MWD Finding Home

    The military working dog looked up at his handler, eyes wide in anticipation of what was to come after a retirement pin was added to his collar. DC had spied 40 bright yellow tennis ball underneath each chair occupied at his retirement ceremony. The K-9 had attended ceremonies before while helping protect the attendees, but tennis balls are an unusual addition -- to MWD’s they represent play time. While DC anticipated play as the crowd picked up the balls, he could not have fully understood this time it would be for the rest of his life with his best friend.
  • Public Health maintains Airmen medical readiness

    LUKE AIR FORCE BASE, Ariz. – A variety of factors can hinder Airmen from successfully completing the mission or deploying, whether it be sickness, poor eating and sleeping habits or unfamiliarity with the job.
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