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  • 54th OSS ensures safe flight operations

    As one of the largest training bases in the Air Force, one of Team Holloman’s missions is to graduate combat-ready pilots. While all members of Holloman assist in this mission, it's the 54th Operations Support Squadron air traffic controllers who regulate daily air operations, cultivating the next

  • Bamboo Eagle’s first flight

    The U.S. Air Force Warfare Center’s first iteration of Bamboo Eagle began on Jan. 26. The eight-day exercise will take place in various locations across the United States as well as designated sea and airspace in the eastern Pacific.

  • 505 CCW 4Q 2023 Award Winners

    Col. Ryan Hayde, 505th Command and Control Wing commander and Master Sgt. Kevin Long, 505th Test and Training Group senior enlisted advisor, hosted the wing’s fourth quarter awards ceremony at Hurlburt Field, Florida, Jan. 18.

  • 505 CCW 2023 3Q Award Winners

    Col. Ryan Hayde, 505th Command and Control Wing commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Bridget Bruhn, 505th CCW command chief, hosted the wing’s third quarter awards ceremony at Hurlburt Field, Florida, Nov. 20.

  • Det 4 provides a data analysis capability for ACC units

    Air Combat Command's Detachment 4 supports commanders and warfighters across ACC's Numbered Air Forces, Air Operations Centers, Wings, and levels below the Wing to deliver decision dominance through data analytics. Det 4's mission is to execute operational analysis by transforming data into decision

  • First ever Lead Wing Command and Control Course taught at Dyess

    The 7th Bomb Wing leadership teams across Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, were taught their first Lead Wing Command and Control Course by the 705th Training Squadron from Sept. 19-22, 2023.The course is designed to prepare individuals qualified to become A-staff for operations in support of an Air

  • U.S. facilitates Philippine Air Force AOC, ISR training

    At the request of the government of the Philippines, the 505th Training Squadron located at Hurlburt Field, Florida, sent a team of U.S. Air Force Air Operations Center Formal Training Unit instructors to Villamor Air Base, Philippines, from Aug. 10-19. The instructors trained twenty-eight members