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Col. Lewis Henry Dunagan's family thought arrangements had been made that included having an escort meet Dunagan's casket when they landed. But when the family arrived, there was no escort and none of the crew members seemed aware they were a military family traveling with the remains of a loved one, according to his daughter.

Texas church shooting lawsuits against Air Force combined

All federal lawsuits against the U.S. Air Force over a Texas church shooting last year that left more than two dozen worshippers dead will be consolidated into one case, a judge says.


Ramstein airman cuts through stereotypes to win Air Force recruiting video contest

In his winning video, Senior Airman Lane McCall shows dazzling footage of fighter jets, bombs and paratroopers, then he says: “But that doesn’t mean we’re all pilots, jumping out of planes, blowing stuff up. Get real.”

In first estimate, Air Force outlines ideas for creating Space Force

A 15-page memo, signed by Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson, offers the first official estimate of the near-term costs of building a sixth branch of the military to focus on fighting in outer space, and outlines the Air Force’s ideas for doing so.

Training on hold as Air Force unit in Texas assesses cause of Tuesday aircraft crash

Two pilots, a trainer and a student flying a T-6A Texan II aircraft ejected safely from the plane before it crashed near Rolling Oaks Mall in San Antonio.

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