• A Chapel Team’s Warrior Ethos

    To some, an Air Force chaplain is a smiling face, a warm cup of coffee, or caretakers of a venue where one can relax. To others they are a shoulder to cry on, someone to help relieve them of burdens, teachers, and spiritual directors or examples as they search for their own spiritual meaning.

  • USAF, USA bring joint humanitarian aid to Beirut

    In a joint endeavor to assist the Lebanese Armed Forces and the people of Lebanon, Soldiers and Airmen stationed in Qatar worked to load the first U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III with humanitarian aid Aug. 6, 2020.Members from the 379th Air Expeditionary Wing, Air Mobility Command’s 8th

  • Time Tested; Airman, aircraft serve 21 years together

    Since entering active military service in 1956, the C-130 Hercules has earned its place in the storied history of air power, time and time again. From Vietnam all the way up through Operation Inherent Resolve, the C-130 has always made a name for itself.

  • 774th EAS conducts first combat airdrop in two-and-a-half years

    Months of planning and weeks of preparing culminates to an airdrop lasting a few seconds. While the time and effort that goes into planning a combat airdrop may seem long for something that lasts less than a minute, for the ground troops, the equipment they received will have a lasting impact.

  • POL: Pumping the “life blood” of fuel to Air Operations

    The 379th Air Expeditionary Wing is the largest expeditionary wing in the world. At the heart of the Wing is a team of Airmen with the 379th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, Fuels Management Flight, who work 24/7 to make sure that the aircraft assigned here are receiving the “life blood”

  • US, Qatar Emiri Air Forces build relations, fix aircraft

    The C-17 Globemaster III aircraft is crucial to Air Mobility Command’s airlift mission at Al Udeid, enabling the movement and supply of warfighters throughout the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility. When two C-17’s were grounded here due to the need for extensive maintenance, Airmen with