Staff Sgt. Carl Enis, one of seven service members killed in a helicopter crash in western Iraq, was remembered as an avid outdoorsman and devoted friend who had a knack for bringing people from different backgrounds together.
The Air Force’s training command will now likely graduate 1,109 new pilots this year, a 10 percent drop from what it originally expected, due to a rash of physiological episodes in the service’s T-6 training plane.
Clinton Field, a 29-year-old airman stationed at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington, has been identified as the shooter who killed his wife and two small children early Tuesday morning before turning the gun on himself.
A monument was unveiled at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama, to mark the 50th anniversary of 12 airmen who died defending Lima Site 85, a classified outpost in Laos that was overrun by North Vietnamese fighters in 1968.