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  • Brig. Gen. Goodman's fini-flight

    U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Richard Goodman, 57th Wing commander, walks to an F-16 Fighting Falcon for his final flight at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, June 11, 2024. Goodman has been the commander of the 57th Wing since June 2022 (U.S. Air Force photo by William R. Lewis)

  • Air Force incorporates Agile Combat Employment in Red Flag 23-1

    As flying units from around the globe converged at Nellis Air Force Base for Red Flag 23-1, the 505th Command and Control Wing welcomed the 355th Wing’s Command and Control Force Element, or C2FE, from Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, to execute as the first Lead Wing C2FE in a Tier 1 Large Force

  • 57th Wing welcomes new commander

    Air Combat Command’s busiest wing is under new leadership as Brig. Gen. Richard Goodman took over command of the 57th Wing from Big. Gen. Michael Drowley in a June 30 change of command ceremony.

  • F-15C Eagle Weapons School sunsets at Nellis

    The United States Air Force is continuing to modernize its future fighter force, and part of that evolution includes the sunset of the F-15C Eagle division of the United States Air Force Weapons School Weapons Instructor Course.

  • 57th Wing earns Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

    Air Combat Command officials recently proclaimed the 57th Wing, led by Brig. Gen. Michael Drowley, as among the very best, as the unit earned the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for its performance June 1, 2020, to May 31, 2021. This is the 15th time the unit has won the award.

  • Red Flag 21-2 underway at Nellis

    The 57th Wing’s 414th Combat Training Squadron (CTS) conducts Red Flag exercises to provide mission commanders, maintenance personnel, ground controllers, and air, space and cyber operators the opportunity to experience realistic combat scenarios in preparation for future warfare.

  • KC-135 Stratotankers; fueling the fight

    Tasked with refueling these aircraft is an integrated team from the 906th Air Refueling Squadron (ARS), Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, and the 91st ARS, MacDill AFB, Florida, and their KC-135 Stratotankers.

  • U.S. Navy supports Weapons School Integration

    A U.S. Navy Airman assigned to Airborne Command & Control Squadron at Naval Air Station Point Mugu, California, performs hand signals in an E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft during Weapons School Integration at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, Dec. 1, 2020. The U.S. Air Force Weapons School teaches

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