Frozen Tundra Warriors

Frozen Tundra Warriors Frozen Tundra Warriors

Taking a load off

Taking a load off Taking a load off

Standing up

Standing up Standing up

Full steam ahead

Full steam ahead Full steam ahead

Maintaining Red Flag

Maintaining Red Flag Maintaining Red Flag

Crossing Country Lines

Crossing Country Lines Crossing Country Lines


Latest Features

A U.S. Air Force weapons advisor loads a training bomb on an A-29 Super Tucano during the cold early morning hours at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia.

Standing up

Afghan airmen take to the skies with new fighter squadron

An F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot assigned to the 64th Aggressor Squadron wears a red star, the unit's symbol, on the back of his helmet.

The Aggressors

‘Bad guys’ give Red Flag pilots taste of aerial combat

Master Sgt. Marc Richard, Det. 1, 66th Training Squadron, Arctic Survival School superintendent, smiles for a portrait with his sons Conner and Colton at their home in North Pole, Alaska.

Press On

SERE instructor prepares family for his deployment


Airman Visuals

Airman 1st Class Kaitlyn Evans, 11th Security Forces Squadron patrolman, spends time with her horse in Lothian, Maryland after her military duty day as an U.S. Air Force patrolman, Jan. 30, 2015.

Best Friends

Bond between security forces member, horse survives basic training and her first PCS

16 March 2015
Master Sgt. Randy Rollins has been in the Air Force for more than 15 years. During his time he's worked on the structure of C-5 Galaxies and many other aircraft.

Heavens to Betsy

Dover maintainer splits passion restoring classic Beetles, aircraft

3 March 2015
Staff Sgt. Chantel Thibeaux, Joint Base-Fort Sam Houston, Texas, dental assistant instructor, exuberantly lifts her hands with the U.S. flag one day prior to having double mastectomy surgery to remove cancer from both of her breasts.

Strong Survivor

NCO rides inner strength and spouse’s support in fight against breast cancer

23 February 2015
Airman 1st Class Ray Simon, 3rd Maintenance Support Squadron, crew chief, walks with a walking sleeping bag during arctic survival school. As an aircraft mechanic, Simon would have access to a walking sleeping bag if his aircraft ever went down.

Cool School

Alaska Airmen teach others to survive Arctic conditions

3 February 2015