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First T-7A Red Hawk rolls out
April 29, 2022
Air Force rolls out Red Hawk

AETC Det. 62 begins eVTOL training requirements research with simulator delivery
February 7, 2022
picture of semi truck making delivery in hangar

Department of the Air Force launches pilot program to incentivize optimized flying
February 1, 2022
As part of its effort to streamline operations and increase aircraft range and capability, the Department of the Air Force launched the pilot Mission Execution Excellence Program to incentivize optimized flying on aircraft that consume the most fuel across the enterprise.

SECAF unveils new “eSeries” classification in nod to digital future
September 16, 2020
Secretary of the Air Force Barbara Barrett announced a new weapons system designator, the “e” series, at the Air Force Association Air, Space and Cyber Conference, Arlington, Va., Sept. 14, 2020. Aircraft, satellites, weapon systems and more that are digitally engineered will receive the “e” prefix.” (U.S. Air Force courtesy graphic)

Boyd's rite of passage, history as greatest instrument of learning
September 2, 2020
Gary W. Boyd, Air Education and Training Command historian, reads through documents of the formation of Randolph Field July 28, 2020 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph, Texas. A respected researcher and writer of history, Boyd has lived through several significant periods of history—all of which he believes has determined our present and shapes our future.

BASH Program keeps JBSA-Kelly Field safe
February 15, 2019

National Museum of the U.S. Air Force announces 36th Annual Student Aviation Art Competition
February 4, 2019
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force’s 36th Annual Student Aviation Art Competition will be open on March 1 to students from around the country.

Air Show comes to JBSA-Lackland Kelly Field
October 16, 2017
Residents of the San Antonio community get a close up view of various aircraft during the 2015 Joint Base San Antonio Air Show and Open House Nov. 1, 2015 at JBSA-Randolph, Texas. Air shows allow the Air Force to display the capabilities of our aircraft to the American taxpayer through aerial demonstrations and static displays and allowing attendees to get up close and personal to see some of the equipment and aircraft used by the U.S. military today. (U.S. Air Force photo by Johnny Saldivar)

JBSA-Randolph participates in project to reduce aircraft bird strikes
July 8, 2015
From left: Ted Pepps, Mike Pacheco and Brian Washburn, U.S. Department of Agriculture research biologists, demonstrate the proper way to set up an electromagnetic drop net June 23 at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph as part of a study to reduce bird strikes on aircraft. For the complete story, see page 4.
Photo by Melissa Peterson