Air Force Featured Stories

  • Remembering Flying Tiger Flight 923

    Flying Tiger Flight 923 may not be a well-known story; however, it is a story military history should never let die. As the Air Force celebrates its 75th anniversary, now is the best time to look back and reflect on aviation moments like this.

  • F-35 crashes at Eglin AFB

    The pilot successfully ejected and was transported to the 96th Medical Group Hospital for evaluation and monitoring.

  • F-22 crashes on Eglin AFB range

    The pilot ejected safely from the aircraft and was transported to the 96th Medical Group hospital on Eglin AFB for evaluation and observation. He was listed in stable condition. The name of the pilot has not been released.

  • One killed, one injured in T-38 crash

    One pilot is dead and one was transferred to Val Verde Regional Medical Center when a T-38C Talon assigned to Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, crashed on base at approximately 7:40 p.m. Nov. 13.

  • Around the Air Force: CMSAF talks Tyndall / ANG Airman honored

    On this look Around the Air Force, a California Air National Guardsman is remembered following a fatal crash, Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth Wright shares words of encouragement for Tyndall Air Force Base and Airmen impacted by Hurricane Michael can apply for grants with the Air Force Aid

  • Around the Air Force: June 27

    On this look Around the Air Force, Air Force partners discuss ways to streamline C-17 Globemaster III inspections, and Air Force Personnel Center has a new improved tool to help Airmen re-train. Hosted by Airman 1st Class Marqus Williams.

  • Holloman aircraft crash

    An A-29 Super Tucano crashed over the Red Rio Bombing Range at approximately 11:30 a.m. MDT today during a training flight as part of the Air Force's Light Attack Experiment.

  • Monument dedication honors JB Andrews namesake

    Officials unveiled a memorial monument May 3, 2018 dedicated to Lt. Gen. Frank Maxwell Andrews and crew members of the B-24 Liberator, also known as “Hot Stuff,” which crashed on nearby Mount Fagradalsfjall, Iceland, 75 years ago.