The Pentagon released the name of an airman killed in Iraq June 23 from the effects of an improvised explosive device. He was A1C Jason D. Nathan, 22, of Macon, Ga., deployed to Iraq from the 48th Security Forces Squadron, RAF Lakenheath, England. A Lakenheath news release notes that, at the time of his death, Nathan was serving as a gunner on a vehicle for a “very difficult Iraqi Police Transition Team mission.”
March 4, 2024
The Air Force has published images of an operational hypersonic Air-Launched Rapid-Response Weapon (ARRW) in Guam; a disclosure possibly meant to send a message to China but which raises questions about the future of the ARRW, which the Air Force insists it is not planning to procure in quantity.