• Fueling the AOR

    The 340th and the 22nd Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Units work together around the clock here to inspect, repair, service, launch and recover the fleet of KC-135 Stratotankers.

  • AFCENT Band uses music to touch hearts, bridge boundaries

    If you get the opportunity to watch the Air Force Central Command Band in action, you need to do it. Their enthusiasm and passion for music is contagious. The transcendent quality of music, coupled with the excellence of the musicians that play it, is a powerful combination. Music has been used by

  • JSTARS Airmen achieve 1M hours of flight time

    The 7th Expeditionary Airborne Command and Control Squadron flew the Air Force’s E-8C Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, or JSTARS, worldwide fleet to its one millionth flight hour September, 6, 2016, following a combat mission in support of operations throughout the U.S. Air Forces

  • AFCENT commander gets first-hand look of 379th AEW mission

    Lt. Gen. Jeffrey L. Harrigian, U.S. Air Forces Central Command commander, and Chief Master Sgt. Joseph Montgomery, USAFCENT command chief, visit 379th Air Expeditionary Wing to get an inside look at what deployed service members do on a daily basis August 11, 2016. 379th AEW Airmen briefed Harrigian

  • Cryogenics helps pilots breathe easy across AOR

    The 379th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron cryogenics team inspected liquid oxygen and liquid nitrogen tanks prior to aircraft shipment Aug. 5 here.  The cryogenics team provides quality aviation breathing oxygen, liquid oxygen, and liquid nitrogen in support of operations through the U.S.

  • 914th AW’s C-130s say final goodbye to AUAB

    After 11 years of deploying here supporting the U.S. Air Forces Central Command area of responsibility, Airmen from the 914th Airlift Wing out of Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, N.Y., will say their goodbyes as they end their rotation and fly out with their C-130 Hercules’ for the final time

  • Bridging the mission: GLO provides air-to-ground strike link

    Seeing a B-52 Stratofortress drop bombs is a breathtaking sight, but a lot happens behind the scenes before that first bomb is released on the enemy. One vital tool in ensuring the mission is successful is clear communication between the Ground Liaison Officer and the aircrews here. U.S. Army Capt.