A C-5 transport from the 22nd Airlift Squadron at Travis AFB, Calif., delivered some of the first Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicles to US Army units stationed in South Korea. The airlifter touched down on July 7 at Osan Air Base with two MRAPs in its massive belly, according to a July 10 Osan release. The MRAP vehicles will augment the Army’s capabilities on the peninsula by providing soldiers with additional blast protection while in the field. This was the second shipment of MRAPs to South Korea, states the release. (Osan photo caption by TSgt. Eric Petosky)
In his final keynote address before retiring as Chief Master Sergeant of the Space Force, Roger A. Towberman reflected on the progress of the Space Force and the growth still ahead at AFA’s Air, Space & Cyber Conference on Sept. 12, 2023. Watch the video or read the transcript.