Russia has mobilized thousands of troops, hundreds of
aircraft, and dozens of warships in an exercise to test the country’s
A C-17 Globemaster III crew from the 517th Airlift
Squadron at JB Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, work with soldiers from the
82nd Airborne Division to load an AH-64 Apache attack helicopter at
Pope Field, N.C., in preparation for Joint Operational Access Exercise
16-5, on Feb. 4, 2016.
Canada will stop its bombing campaign against ISIS
later this month, but will increase its training mission in Iraq while
maintaining its refueling and surveillance flights for the coalition,
the country’s prime minister announced Monday.
The first Advanced Short Range Air-to-Air Missiles
(ASRAAM) were recently delivered to the US for integration and testing
on the F-35 Lightning II, manufacturer MBDA announced.
The upgraded B-1 has reached initial operating capability, thanks to one squadron working on a tight timeline.
The F-35A made its first transatlantic flight last week.
The Michigan Air National Guard launched a $32.6
million project to install an in-ground refueling system and modern fuel
storage facility at Selfridge ANGB, Mich.
North Korea launched a ballistic missile carrying a satellite payload into space in violation of international law on Saturday, following the detonation of a nuclear device in testing last month.
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