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  • Roger G. Crewse: A Legendary Flight

    In the archives of the U.S. Air Force's rich history, there are certain individuals who have passed on a legacy of safer skies, such as Roger G. Crewse, USAF, Major (Retired).From 1954 to 1981, Roger Crewse's unwavering commitment to aviation safety and innovative solutions left an indelible mark on

  • Annual conference refines military and civilian aviation safety

    The 492d Special Operations Wing safety office organized the annual Mid-Air Collision Avoidance conference at Destin Executive Airport in Destin, Florida, August 10, 2023.This year’s MACA conference brought together the 96th Test Wing from Eglin Air Force Base, the 919th Special Operations Wing from

  • Texans achieves 200k safe flight hours

    The 136th Airlift Wing reached 200,000 mishap-free flying hours, Oct. 21, 2022, achieving a historic milestone on a journey that began June 6, 1965.

  • Vermont Guard, Senegalese Air Force conduct aviation exchange

    COLCHESTER, Vt. – Vermont Army National Guard rotary-wing representatives with 86th Troop Command took part in an aviation exchange with Senegalese Air Force helicopter pilots as part of the State Partnership Program in Dakar, Senegal, March 13-19.During the exchange, Vermont National Guardsmen and

  • 86 MXS host CDDAR exercise with NATO allies

    The 86th Maintenance Squadron hosted a joint exercise for Estonian and Lithuanian partners to establish Crashed Damaged Disabled Aircraft Recovery capabilities at Ramstein Air Base, Germany, Mar. 6 to Mar. 19.


    The 7th Bomb Wing will conduct an exercise on Dyess Air Force Base March 23-24, 2022. The exercise will evaluate the base response to an aircraft incident, ensure the readiness of emergency and safety personnel and will observe interaction with supporting off-base agencies during a crisis. During

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