Finding Closure

Finding Closure Finding Closure

From cradle to space

From cradle to space From cradle to space

Comfort in the cold

Comfort in the cold Comfort in the cold

House of Pain

House of Pain House of Pain

A Fighting Raven

A Fighting Raven A Fighting Raven

Formation of a Legacy

Formation of a Legacy Formation of a Legacy


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House of Pain

Security forces members experience intense training to earn their number as Phoenix Ravens

Senior Airman Kristine Glenn, 421st Combat Training Squadron, Phoenix Raven Qualification Course instructor, yells at patrolman during Redman qualification fights.

A Fighting Raven

The Only Female Phoenix Raven Instructor Never Shirks From Challenges or Competition

An Air Force military service detail assigned to Dover mortuary affairs, practice a dignified transfer at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware.

A Solemn Mission

Mortuary affairs Airmen provide dignity for the fallen, emotional support for families


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House of Pain

Security forces members experience intense training to earn their number as Phoenix Ravens

2 May 2016
Maj. Ethan Sabin, who has 10 years experience flying the A-10 Thunderbolt II, is now at the forefront of testing the capabilities of the Air Force’s newest and most technologically advanced fighter: the F-35. As for the perceived feud between proponents of the A-10 and the F-35, he believes the two platforms are not competitors, but are complimentary, with the F-35’s ability to collect battlespace data and share it with legacy aircraft making the entire force more lethal. (U.S. Air Force photo/J.M. Eddins Jr.)

The Perfect Storm

‘Thunder’ and ‘Lightning’ strike during joint aerial tests

4 April 2016