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USAFWC & NELLIS NEWS

 

USAFWC & NELLIS News

  • 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

  • A New WSINT: Win any fight now

    While the U.S. Air Force Weapons School Integration (WSINT) has not deviated much from its original training model, today’s training approach has taken a new form.

  • Hidden heroes: AFE equips USAFWS

    A pilot’s final option in the case of an emergency is to eject. The split second following that ejection and the canopy flying off is the difference between life and death. The pilot is launched out of the cockpit at more than 10 times their own weight and attention to detail is all that separates

  • Weapons School: Multi-domain integration since 1996

    The purpose of Weapons School Integration — the capstone event for each class of the U.S. Air Force Weapons School (USAFWS) Weapons Instructor Course (WIC) — hasn’t changed much over the years, but the capabilities, platforms and domains involved have.

  • Cyber domain increases WSINT readiness

    A vast new battlefield has been created over the last few decades with the expansion of technology; a digital fight that isn’t touchable and reaches across the world in an instant.

  • U-2 enhances Weapons School capstone experience

    A U-2 traveled to Nellis to enhance the learning environment for U.S. Air Force Weapons School pilots entering their Weapons School Integration, a series of complex, large-force employment missions that served as the capstone portion of their course.

  • U-2 makes rare appearance at Nellis

    Gliding over the skies of Southern Nevada at an altitude of approximately 70,000 feet, an all-black, single jet engine aircraft dubbed the Dragon Lady travels to Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada.

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