Security forces airmen at JBSA-Randolph, Tex., dedicated a memorial wall on base to nine members of their profession killed in the line of duty since 2005. “It’s our way of showing respect to those who served before us and also to let new personnel here know that our mission isn’t just law enforcement,” said SSgt. Jason Moscoso, the 902nd Security Forces Squadron’s resource protection non-commissioned officer in charge, in Randolph’s Jan. 17 release. Plaques with photos of the fallen airmen—eight who died in Iraq and one murdered in a terrorist attack in Frankfurt, Germany—now adorn the new Fallen and Defender Wall in Randolph’s law enforcement building after airmen posted them there during a remembrance ceremony on Dec. 6, states the release. The memorial will be a permanent display in the building. (Randolph report by Alex Salomas)
More than 100 B-21s will be needed if the nation is to avoid creating a high demand/low capacity capability, panelists said on a Hudson Institute webinar. The B-21's flexibility, stealth, range and payload will be in high demand for a wide range of missions, both traditional and new.