than six years, we took an important step forward in June. We transferred control of all cities and towns to Iraq's security forces . The transition to full Iraqi responsibility for their own security is now underway. This progress is a testament to all
death had been determined, according to Second Lt. Sarah R. Ruckriegle. The airman was assigned to the base's 355th Security Forces Squadron, Ruckriegle said. She said the death was under investigation. No other information was immediately available
again." While in Afghanistan, the service members provided medical evacuation support to U.S. Marines, NATO/ISAF coalition forces and local nationals. C Company evacuated and provided life-saving aid to more than 1,800 patients by way of more than
altercation with another Airman. Breeden said the suspect then tried to ram a gate, but was taken into custody by Luke security forces and remains in custody. Breeden said Glendale police were there to assist base personnel. DeCamp said the suspect damaged
preparing for a six-month mission to Afghanistan. The National Guard said the airmen from the 161st Air Refueling Wing Security Forces will be providing base security as part of their mission. A deployment ceremony is planned for Saturday afternoon at Sky
demobilization processing at Fort Hood on their way home. The unit's primary mission in Afghanistan was to provide support for coalition forces , including U.S. and Australian special operations forces. The unit deployed once before to Afghanistan. Copyright
Bryant, assigned to the 56th Operations Group at Luke Force Base in Glendale. Bryant was helping develop the Afghanistan National Security Forces . The military is reporting eight Air Force personnel and one civilian contractor were killed.
Park Guard complex. The soldiers' mission in Iraq is to conduct air traffic service operations, provide capabilities for safe aircraft approaches and tower control for use by U.S. and Iraqi security forces during Operation New Dawn.
16 Fighting Falcon pilot training, not only contributed pilots and aircraft maintainers to the war effort, but sent Airmen representing the broad spectrum of Air Force specialties ranging from security forces to medical professionals.