A U.S. military airstrike has killed 18 al-Shabab extremists after U.S. and local forces on the ground came under attack in southern Somalia, the U.S. Africa Command said Saturday.
The 12th Flying Training Wing at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph resumed flying its T-6A Texan II trainers on Friday morning, three days after a crash prompted its fleet to be grounded.
Thomas continuously maneuvered during the fight under a barrage of small arms, rocket-propelled grenades and mortar fire to engage the enemy and clear a path for the convoy.
An airman assigned to Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, was found dead in his home on base Monday morning.
The U.S. has signed off on a Russian Open Skies plane, but the two sides remain at loggerheads over future flights.
A Romanian man has been sentenced to two years in prison for conspiring to bribe an official with the U.S. Air Force to win a lucrative contract.
It was America’s deadliest battle ever, with 26,000 U.S. soldiers killed, tens of thousands wounded and more ammunition fired than in the whole of the Civil War. The Meuse-Argonne offensive of 1918 was also a great American victory that helped bringing an end to World War One.
The recent Rand Corp. study ignores the fact that recent pilot interviews indicate money is not the primary factor for pilots leaving the Air Force.
A U.S. Air Force pilot whose plane was shot down over Vietnam more than half a century ago will be buried will full military honors in Rhode Island.
Turkey will soon conduct joint patrols with U.S. forces in the strategic northern Syrian town of Manbij, once a stronghold of the Islamic State group, a top Turkish official said on Friday.
Special Features
Visual Stories
Load More

Home HQ