MACDILL AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. --
The exercise tested Agile Combat Employment skills in a simulated deployed environment to train multi-capable Airmen for the future. Airmen from Air Mobility Command took part in the exercise to enhance readiness and reinforce AMC support to the joint warfighter as well as support of Air Combat
The challenge, which launched in February 2020, focused on identifying time-consuming tasks that provide the least direct value to generating combat effects; proposing innovative solutions to streamline current processes through the novel application of technology; and partnering directly with
Tasked with refueling these aircraft is an integrated team from the 906th Air Refueling Squadron (ARS), Scott Air Force Base, Illinois, and the 91st ARS, MacDill AFB, Florida, and their KC-135 Stratotankers.
A F-15C Eagle fighter aircraft assigned to the the 125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville Air National Guard Base, Florida, will be protecting the skies over the Continental U.S. North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) region during Super Bowl LV, at Tampa, Florida Feb. 7, 2021.
The skill and agility of Airmen from Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, were on full display at MacDill Air Force Base from Nov. 19 through Nov. 22, 2019, during exercise Mobil Tiger. The asymmetric advantage of U.S. combat troops is greatly increased by the venerable A-10 Thunderbolt II aircraft.
Departing Moody Air Force Base, Georgia for a remote corner of the MacDill AFB flightline, 23rd Aircraft Maintenance Squadron weapons load crew member, Senior Airman Dylan Holton stepped up to the plate for his first agile combat deployment exercise called Mobil Tiger. During the exercise, Holton
The Air Force completed the final test of an innovative warfighting concept May 12 that could be a game-changer for future adaptive-basing constructs.