A US airstrike in Syria on Jan. 12 killed a senior al Qaeda facilitator, the Pentagon announced on Jan. 19.
Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James on Friday
presented the first two of nine upgraded valor awards that were selected
as part of a long Defense Department-wide review of medals earned in
the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A legendary B-17 from World War II will be on display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.
About 80 airmen and C-130s from the Air Force Reserve’s
910th Airlift Wing returned Thursday to Youngstown ARS, Ohio, from a
120 day deployment to Southwest Asia.
Two B-2s from the 509th Bomb Wing at Whiteman AFB, Mo., flew a 34-hour round trip mission to drop about 100 munitions on two ISIS training camps on Thursday, killing more than 80 fighters, the Pentagon announced.
The Air Force Association is closed on Friday, Jan. 20 due to the presidential inauguration. The next Daily Report column will be Monday, Jan. 23.
The Air Force released an Energy Flight Plan on Tuesday, which outlines a long-term path toward energy assurance.
Russian and Turkish aircraft on Wednesday conducted
joint operations for the first time, reportedly targeting ISIS fighters
in the Syrian town of Al Bab, a move the US says "certainly adds to the
complexity" of the fight in Syria.
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