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  • HYDRA STRIKE

    The 183d Wing, Illinois Air National Guard, conducted a comprehensive military readiness exercise, Exercise HYDRA STRIKE, May 8-12, 2024. Exercise HYDRA STRIKE put the unit's capabilities to the test by simulating Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) threats, requiring personnel to

  • AFSFC explores updated non-lethal weapon options for Defender force

    JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-LACKLAND, Texas – The Air Force Security Forces Center is continuing its efforts to arm Defenders with the technology and equipment they need to better protect people and resources across the Department of the Air Force. With a mission of training, equipping and managing

  • Air Force conducts third Sentinel static fire test

    The Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center, Northrop Grumman and Aerojet Rocketdyne conducted a static fire test March 16, 2024, for the Stage-3 solid rocket motor of the LGM-35A Sentinel weapon system at the Arnold Engineering and Development Complex, Arnold Air Force Base, Tennessee.

  • Strengthening our nuclear deterrence: Part 1

    There’s a lot to think about when it comes to nuclear deterrence. Most people think about the vast number of Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles we have secured in silos around the country. Other’s may think about the various options we have in our bomber and submarine delivery systems.

  • Ellsworth generates bombers

    The unmistakable sound of freedom that only B-1B Lancers can create, filled the skies over the base Jan. 25, 2024, when the 28th Bomb Wing launched several aircraft, demonstrating its ability to provide long range strike – anytime, anywhere.