Air Force tops Navy 23-3 on 9/11 20th anniversary
The outcome always matters between these two teams — but this game was significant because the two service academies were playing on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Judge refines evidence for trial of Luke Air Force Base airman accused of murder
Mark Gooch is charged in the shooting death of Sasha Krause, who lived in a Mennonite community outside Farmington, New Mexico. Krause disappeared while gathering materials for a Sunday school course in January 2020, and her body was found outside Flagstaff more than a month later.
Report of gunshot triggered lockdown at Wright-Patterson Air Force base
Ohio's Wright-Patterson Air Force Base went into lockdown for several hours while security officials investigated reports of a shooter on the campus but eventually gave the all-clear early Friday morning.
Luke Air Force Base airman's attorney aims to limit evidence at murder trial
Mark Gooch, who was stationed at Luke Air Force Base, is accused of kidnapping and killing Sasha Krause, a Mennonite woman whose body was found off a forest road in northern Arizona in Feb. 2020.
How to make an A-10 at home: An Air Force site will soon let users download 3D-printable jets
A handful of computer-rendered military aircraft models will be available for viewing in augmented reality on smartphones or mobile devices. Users will also be able to download files from the site to use in 3D printing.
70 percent of active-duty troops already fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, senior official says
Around 82% of troops have had at least one coronavirus shot, and infection rates in the military are significantly lower than they are across the general population, said Lt. Gen. Ron Place, head of the Defense Health Agency. 
One in three female airmen and guardians have experienced sexual harassment, report says
One in three female members of the Air Force and Space Force have experienced sexual harassment during their military careers, according to a Pentagon survey of more than 100,000 troops.
In wake of 9/11 attacks, MacDill AFB provided global and domestic response
At the time of the terrorist attacks, the military command at MacDill oversaw operations in 27 countries, from the Horn of Africa, Asia, the northern Red Sea regions and the Arabian Peninsula.
The Global War on Terror shifted Air Force vector, boosted Wright-Patterson
The war "was a huge detour away from what the Air Force had planned for the first decade of the new century," said Loren Thompson, chief operating officer of the Virginia non-profit Lexington Institute and a defense analyst familiar with Wright-Patterson.
New Wright-Patterson child development site may be ‘several years’ away
A House Armed Services Committee vote last week included $24 million for a new Wright Patterson child development center, one of the Air Force’s top unfunded priorities. The vote also provided $19 million for an Army Reserve Training Center just outside the base fence line.