A Fighting Raven

A Fighting Raven A Fighting Raven

Formation of a Legacy

Formation of a Legacy Formation of a Legacy

Struck by the Thunderbolt

Struck by the Thunderbolt Struck by the Thunderbolt

The Perfect Storm

The Perfect Storm The Perfect Storm

A Solemn Mission

A Solemn Mission A Solemn Mission

Remembering ‘Tack’

Remembering ‘Tack’ Remembering ‘Tack’


Latest Features

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


Airman Visuals

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
Union forces fire at the Confederates on the ridge-line of the battlefield during a re-enactment of the Battle of Cedar Creek in Virginia. At the conclusion of this battle, the final Confederate invasion of the North was effectively ended. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Andrew Lee)

Civil War Moments

Retired officer and son bond best while re-creating historic battles

14 December 2015