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Edwards Air Force Base aircrew must pass Initial Survival Training with the SERE Training Unit (Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape). We take you to the California Sierras to follow our Airmen doing whatever it takes to survive in the wilderness in case of a flight emergency.
An Italian Air Force KC-767 lands at Edwards Air Force Base, California, May 9. The KC-767 was flown in to support flight tests with an Italian PA-200 recently. (Air Force photo by Josh McClanahan)
An Italian Air Force KC-767 lands at Edwards Air Force Base, California, May 9. The KC-767 was flown in to support flight tests with an Italian PA-200 Tornado recently. (Air Force photo by Josh McClanahan)
An Italian Air Force PA-200 Tornado lands at Edwards Air Force Base, May 9. Members of the Italian Air Force partnered with their Edwards AFB counterparts to conduct test sorties to gather data on weapon pairing. (Air Force photo by Josh McClanahan)
An Italian Air Force PA-200 Tornado lands at Edwards Air Force Base, May 9. Members of the Italian Air Force partnered with their Edwards AFB counterparts to conduct test sorties to gather data on weapon pairing. (Air Force photo by Josh McClanahan)
An Italian Air Force PA-200 Tornado and KC-767 flies over Edwards Air Force Base, California, May 9. Members of the Italian Air Force partnered with their Edwards AFB counterparts to conduct test sorties to gather data on weapon pairing. (Air Force photo by Josh McClanahan)
Two Italian Air Force PA-200 Tornados and a KC-767 flies over Edwards Air Force Base, California, May 9. Members of the Italian Air Force partnered with their Edwards AFB counterparts to conduct test sorties to gather data on weapon pairing on the Tornado. (Air Force photo by Josh McClanahan)
An Italian Air Force PA-200 Tornado sits parked at Edwards Air Force Base, California, May 9. Members of the Italian Air Force partnered with their Edwards AFB counterparts to conduct test sorties to gather data on weapon pairing. (Air Force photo by Katherine Franco)
Staff Sgt. Charles Spellman, 412th Security Forces Squadron Standardization and Evaluations, monitors two Defenders as they go through a training scenario on the Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives (MILO) simulator at the Combat Arms Training and Maintenance (CATM) center on Edwards Air Force Base, California. (Air Force photo by Katherine Franco)
About 75% of Edwards Air Force Base's direct workforce is civilian with roughly 25% being military: a statistic you probably haven't known. But on Edwards AFB the comradery between military and civilians only strengthen the overall mission.
75% of Edwards Air Force Base's direct workforce is civilian. At the West Gate ID checkpoint, 412 Security Forces is working hard to break the barrier between military and civilian personnel.
Dozens gathered at AFTC Headquarters to participate in the Police Week Opening Ceremony and 5K run.