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Airmen test limits at Ranger Assessment Course

The Air Force Security Forces Center, one of AFIMSC’s subordinate units, hosted the Ranger Assessment Course 19-01. Twelve cadre instructors, all having been through the course and graduated Army Ranger School, as well as Army instructors, put the 29 students through the mind-numbing days and nights. The instructors provide this stress-oriented battle school for airmen to develop better leadership and command tools under the mental, emotional and physical strain. They push the students to improve their resiliency and coping mechanisms.

Around the Air Force: ANG wildfire assist/B-21 update/F-35 weapons test

On this look Around the Air Force, Airmen from 195th Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Group assist in fighting the California wildfires, four bases have been chosen to support the future B-21 Raider and the GBU-49 laser-guided bomb is used by a F-35Lightning II for the first time. Hosted by Airman 1st Class Angelo Rosario.

Air Force’s focus on readiness yields results, highlights innovation, problem solving

From a distance, the idea – and operational meaning – of “readiness” for the U.S. Air Force seems straightforward. Be prepared. Have all the equipment, training and personnel necessary to accomplish any mission quickly, efficiently and decisively. It means being primed, prepared and available for full-spectrum combat on a moment’s notice.

Visiting Colombia, CSAF stresses importance of maintaining close ties to key Latin America ally

Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein concluded a two-day visit to Colombia on Thursday, reinforcing bonds with one of the United States’ closest allies in Latin America and pledging to accelerate joint training activities with an air force he called the “gold standard” in the region.

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