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  • Air Force to develop F-16 ‘digital twin’

    The U.S. Air Force plans to make a digital replica of the F-16 Fighting Falcon, in an effort to improve the sustainment and modernization of F-16s operating around the world.

  • Support networks bolster resiliency during stressful holidays

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio -- The holidays are a time of fellowship and joy for most, but for some it can be a very challenging time of year.  Add to those challenges, the recent uptick in COVID-19 cases could make it even more difficult to meet and host traditional celebrations.  That could leave

  • New first sergeant has passion for helping people

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio -- Senior Master Sgt. Elise Phillips is the new first sergeant for the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center.  In the Air Force, first sergeant isn’t a rank but a special duty designation for a senior NCO entrusted by the commander to ensure the enlisted force of the

  • Hill AFB units reattach wings on repurposed F-35

    Units at Hill Air Force Base recently collaborated to reattach the wings of a damaged F-35A Lightning II aircraft repurposed as a maintenance trainer and test bed for developing new Aircraft Battle Damage Repair (ABDR) procedures and technologies. The aircraft referred to as AF-27 was condemned

  • Morris charts future course for AFLCMC

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB, Ohio (AFLCMC) – “I think what makes our team great is we have a very good shared set of values in the Air Force core values.  Those are foundational for me personally in how I live my life and how I try to lead and I think for most of our folks they are foundational in how they

  • F-22 Program Transfer to Hill AFB

    WRIGHT-PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Ohio – Today, the Air Force will complete the transfer of the F-22 program from Wright Patterson AFB, OH to Hill AFB, UT.  This transfer reaffirms the Air Force’s commitment, and coupled with the transfer of the Product Support Manager position from Wright Patterson

  • A-10 continues operations after engineers assess battlefield repair

    An A-10 Warthog damaged in a deployed location was quickly returned to service after a remote engineering assessment while disbursed in response to COVID-19.  After a mission, maintenance crews needed to repair battle damage on an A-10 consisting of a bullet hole in the underbelly skin with an

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