A Brother Found

A Brother Found A Brother Found

Missing Dan

Missing Dan Missing Dan

Visuals of 2014

Visuals of 2014 Visuals of 2014

Lessons From Beneath

Lessons From Beneath Lessons From Beneath

Taste of Success

Taste of Success Taste of Success

Navigating Life

Navigating Life Navigating Life


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Sgt. Maj. Michael Callaghan-McCann salutes the remains of Army Air Forces Sgt. Charles A. Gardner during a funeral ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. Gardner, along with 11 of his fellow crew members, went missing on April 10, 1944, after his B-24D Liberator was shot down over New Guinea.

A Brother Found

Family helps WWII Airman missing for 70 years finally get his burial at Arlington

Master Sgt. Daniel R. Wassom II lost his life while protecting his family when a tornado destroyed his family's home in Vilonia, Ark.

Missing Dan

Father’s heroic efforts to save his children cost him his life

Tech. Sgt. Todd Houghton celebrates with his wife, Margaret, after he was presented first place in the first Air Force High Flyin' BBQ Challenge.

Taste of Success

One NCO’s journey through first official Air Force barbecue challenge

Military training instructor, Tech. Sgt. Chananyah Stuart, yells at his flight for moving while at the position of attention.

Making Airmen

MTI pushes trainees through eight weeks of basic training

U.S. Navy Cmdr. (Dr.) Ryan Maves, Lt. Sarah Bush and Lt. j.g. Braden Spangler perform medical procedures on a simulated Ebola patient during a week-long rapid response training course.

Quick Response

Defense Department officials establish Ebola medical support team

World War II veteran bomber pilot, Fred Taylor, still has the Distinguished Flying Cross and Air Medal he was awarded for missions flown during the D-Day invasion over Normandy, France.

D-Day Stories

Veteran still loves sharing memories of his combat missions during World War II.


Airman Visuals

Sgt. Maj. Michael Callaghan-McCann salutes the remains of Army Air Forces Sgt. Charles A. Gardner during a funeral ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va. Gardner, along with 11 of his fellow crew members, went missing on April 10, 1944, after his B-24D Liberator was shot down over New Guinea.

A Brother Found

Family helps WWII Airman missing for 70 years finally get his burial at Arlington

15 December 2014
Capts. Andrea Delosreyes and Trent Parker and Airman 1st Class Kevin Haggith walk the flightline Aug. 11, 2014, after taking part an in-air refueling mission over Iraq.

Visuals of 2014

Some of the best visuals of 2014 from around the Air Force

3 December 2014
Wounded Warriors participate in a scuba diving class at Spring Lake in San Marcos, Texas.

Lessons From Beneath

Adaptive scuba diving becomes important outlet for wounded warriors

24 November 2014
Civil Air Patrol Cadet Logan Beckwith signals to fellow cadet Vincent Moeykens to open the hook used to attach the glider tow rope.

Navigating Life

Civil Air Patrol teaches life lessons through aviation

10 November 2014