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  • 87th Flying Training Squadron welcomes new commander

    87th Flying Training Squadron Airmen bid farewell to Lt. Col. Christopher Johansson, prior commander of the 87th FTS, and welcomed new commander Lt. Col. Johnathan Radtke, during a change of command ceremony here, May 9, 2024.

  • They’re not “just a spouse”

    Laura thought she had a solid grasp of military life, having just come off active duty herself. However, she found herself facing a unique transition when she married her husband who was still serving in the U.S. Air Force. The shift from being a service member to a military spouse presented

  • Fight to stay fit

    Physical fitness is one of the four pillars of Comprehensive Airman Fitness, alongside mental, social and spiritual health. These pillars are core to helping Airmen build resilience, fostering a ready and capable Air Force. Physical fitness is one of the most measurable aspects of these pillars.

  • Leadership Del Rio tours Laughlin

    Team XL hosted a tour for Leadership Del Rio, a program established to inspire community members to actively participate in local affairs and contribute to Del Rio’s continued growth and future success, April 9, 2024. Laughlin Air Force Base fosters and expands strong ties to the community through

  • Laughlin hosts first Small Business Industry Day

    The 47th Contracting Squadron at Laughlin AFB hosted its first ever Small Business Industry Day Friday, April 26, 2024. The event brought over 25 local and small businesses on base to educate on how to partner with the base for upcoming construction projects and services needed.

  • Air Force updates mental healthcare policies, lowers barriers

    On Jan 28, 2022, Air Mobility Command commander, Gen. Mike Minihan tweeted, “Warrior Heart. No Stigma.” with a screen shot of his calendar revealing an upcoming mental health appointment, thus beginning a movement within AMC to eliminate stigma, lower barriers and increase access and options to