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Every day, US military commands reach millions with Twitter and Facebook posts aimed to inform and inspire. But sometimes even these pros screw up.
Bomber task force deployments train US aircrews while reassuring partners and deterring foes, including into Arctic skies as these images reveal.
The Air Force’s ‘Doomsday plane,’ where the president can run a nuclear war, needs repairs for wear and tear
The Air Force's E-4B, nicknamed the "Doomsday plane" because of its nuclear command-and-control capabilities, is undergoing maintenance and upgrades.
Part of a B-52 bomber fell off during a training exercise in Britain and landed in a woman’s front garden
The wing-tip gear door fell off the bomber, which is capable of carrying cluster bombs, gravity bombs, and precision-guided missiles.
The US Air Force may have a stealthy spy drone replacement for the supersonic SR-71 that’s secretly been flying for 9 years
The RQ-180 spy drone reportedly had its first flight at the US Air Force's Groom Lake facility at the super-secret Area 51.
ICBM test launches are not a response to anything, the Air Force says; rather they demonstrate that the US nuclear deterrent is robust and ready.
US Army Green Berets invited US airmen to train at the Marine Corps’ jungle-warfare center — here’s what they put them through
As the masters of the indigenous approach, the Green Berets are responsible for training US personnel and allies throughout the Indo-Pacific region.
From the venerable B-52 to the future B-21, the US leads the way in firepower and stealth technology. This is what the US has in the skies.
This hero airman saved a child’s life on the way to pick up an award for doing a bunch of other heroic things
He pulled people out of burning vehicles, rescued kids from caves, saved a foreign military member, and then saved a child on his way to get an award.
B-2 stealth bombers are learning new tricks in Europe, but it’s not only about sending a message to Russia
US bombers have been training in Europe for years, and the latest deployment of B-2s shows they're looking to operate in new areas.