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  • NAIHM: Our roots run deep

    Hearing the rhythm of drums and graceful sounds of the flute being played at “Our Native Roots Run Deep” intertribal community event deeply moved me. Bringing tears to my eyes, for what our people had to go through but also for where we stand today and being able to celebrate and embrace our

  • Judge Advocate: Just Ask

    The world of law can be difficult to understand, interpret, or simply remember. For Airmen, family members, and retirees, the Altus Air Force Base legal office, also known as the judge advocate, is a great resource when legal questions come up regarding official business or personal legal issues.

  • Serving with pride; what Honor Guard means to me

    The Altus Air Force Base Blue Knights Honor Guard's mission is to provide military funeral honors for Airmen past and present of the United States Air Force. The we also provide Color Guard support throughout Oklahoma, Kansas, and Texas servicing a 37,000 square mile area of responsibility.

  • 97 CES ‘Dirt Boyz’ remember fallen wingman

    On April 4, 2022, the Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, community tragically lost Airman First Class Keith A. Francis, a 97th Civil Engineer Squadron Pavement and Equipment Flight apprentice, when he was involved in a vehicle accident while traveling to Vernon, Texas.

  • AAFB Airmen pave way for future engineers

    In support of that program and as part of the Altus AFB Science Technology Engineering and Math Council, Airmen from the 97th Civil Engineer Squadron paid a visit to Frederick High School robotics students to share information on their engineering tracks and journeys. For more than an hour, 30 high

  • Maintaining a spirit of excellence – A tribute to Black History Month

    What does Black History Month mean to me? Black History Month serves as a reminder of the struggles, challenges, and hardships which my family and others like me endured in America. This is a month to honor those who have paved the way for me and have triumphed during the darkest times in our