Airmen deployed to the 732nd Regional Support Unit at Camp Habbaniyah, Iraq, have volunteered some 200 hours of their time—so far—to recover a cemetery dating to the 1940s when the camp was used by Britain’s Royal Air Force. Air Force journalist SrA. Josh Moshier reports that some 300 British and Commonwealth military members and civilians are buried at the cemetery. The RAF Habbaniyah Association recently honored one of the early volunteers, Capt. Jutta Cortes, by asking her to march in a military parade in London.
Details Murky as ARRW Falls Short in Second Test
March 24, 2023
The second all-up flight of the AGM-183A Air-Launched Rapid Response Weapon on March 13 fell short of a fully successful test, but the Air Force isn’t saying what went wrong with the Lockheed Martin-built hypersonic missile. The defense giant's Missiles and Fire Control division recently said the ARRW is "ready…