Air Force

Wright-Patterson Air Force Base needs the right employees, and it needs them soon. That was the upshot of a conference Monday at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force, meant to connect Air Force and Ohio education leaders on how best to build the Wright-Patterson workforce of the next generation.

Grissom Air Museum seeks help on Cold War-era bomber exhibit

The aircraft museum at northern Indiana's Grissom Air Reserve Base is seeking $100,000 boost from local government toward a building to protect and display one of the few surviving Cold War-era B-58 Hustler bombers.

Astronaut Guion Bluford is honored with Ohio Distinguished Service Medal

Gov. Mike DeWine has honored Col. Guion Bluford, who became an Air Force fighter pilot and the first black man to go to space, with the Ohio Distinguished Service Medal.

As murder trial opens, Japanese woman says she stabbed her Yokota airman boyfriend in 2018

Aria Saito faces charges of murder and violation of Japan’s Swords and Firearms Control Law in the November 2018 death of Master Sgt. Nicholas Vollweiler, who served as the Yokota security forces squadron’s chief of standards and evaluation.

Tomodachi exercise unites US airmen, Japanese troops for disaster-prep practice at Yokota

The 374th Airlift Wing participated for the first time in Japan’s annual, nationwide Joint Bilateral Disaster Relief Exercise.

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