• Air Force announces Airmen leadership qualities

    The Airman leadership qualities are expected to form the basis for the future officer and enlisted performance reporting systems. The alignment between evaluating units and evaluating Airmen is intended to further emphasize and accelerate an understanding and adoption of the associated leadership

  • KC-46 completes its first aeromedical evacuation mission

    Over the course of six flights and 17 hours, the mission, which originated at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, transited five patients and two attendees to Naval Station Norfolk, Virginia; Patrick Air Force Base, Florida; and Travis AFB, California. The mission was evaluated by the Air Force Testing

  • Altus AFB honors USAFA Class of 2020 with ‘Pegasus’ flyover

    The hats of graduates were not the only things in the air above the U.S. Air Force Academy (USAFA) during graduation week. Two KC-46 Pegasus aircraft assigned to the 56th Air Refueling Squadron and their aircrews supported the USAFA class of 2020 by executing a flyover of the Academy April 17, 2020.

  • Mobility aviators inspire youth at Aviation Day

    According to the Federal Aviation Administration, there are about 600,000 active pilots throughout the United States, but that number has been gradually declining throughout the past decade. To work towards an interest in aviation careers, commercial, private and military aviation professionals

  • Eyes of the squadron

    At 97th Air Mobility Wing, seven first sergeants are responsible for the well-being of all personnel across the base. They are tasked with monitoring Airmen’s readiness, health, morale and discipline. First sergeants must undergo a 115 hour training course to serve as advisors to commanders about

  • See something, say something

    Deterring and detecting illegal or terrorist activity is a daily responsibility for the Anti-Terrorism Office of Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma.The ATO handles anything relating to terrorism and security vulnerabilities and aims to stop terrorist related activity before it is able to be planned and

  • SARM: the heartbeat of the squadron

    For aircrew, proper scheduling and accurate documentation of lifelong aerial and ground training is crucial. Ensuring these important tasks are completed are the men and women of the Squadron Aviation Resource Management Office assigned to the 58th Airlift Squadron.“Our office is specific to the