All three Air Force bomber types—the B-1 Lancer, the B-2 Spirit, and the B-52 Stratofortress—gathered in Alaska from July 18-19 to practice operating from an unfamiliar airfield, a rare assembly of the trio of different aircraft and a demonstration of flexible deployment for America’s heavy-hitters.
F-22 Raptors are leaving Europe after a four-month deployment, U.S. Air Forces in Europe said. The stealth fifth-generation fighters were sent to NATO's Eastern Flank in July and mainly operated out of Poland, conducting air policing missions in response to Russia's renewed invasion of Ukraine. ...
Three dozen aircraft assembled on the flight line for an “elephant walk” at Kadena Air Base, Japan, in a show of air power. The capabilities demonstration included six different kinds of aircraft, all stationed at Kadena at the moment. The display came on the same day U.S. ...
Lt. Gen. David A. Krumm wears many hats as the commander of U.S. Northern Command's Alaskan Command, of 11th Air Force, and of North American Aerospace Defense Command's Alaskan Region. Krumm, who is set to retire, has served as the senior military leader in Alaska since April 2020. ...
F-22s arrived at RAF Lakenheath, U.K., en route to Poland, as the U.S. Air Force continues to bolster its presence of fifth-generation fighters in the region. U.S. Air Forces in Europe confirmed the F-22s’ arrival, stating that the fighters from the 90th Fighter Squadron of ...