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  • 9/11 Generations

    When wounds heal, especially large ones, they scar, leaving us with the memories of the event that lead to the wound. The wounds inflicted serve as a reminder, never letting us forget what happened 20 years ago. As time has passed, generations of Airmen have joined, served, and since retired. Each

  • Laughlin inducts new NCOs and SNCOs

    Last Friday, more than 20 new staff sergeants and six new master sergeants were welcomed into the non-commissioned officer and senior non-commissioned officer ranks respectively on Oct. 4, 2019.

  • Laughlin observes national POW/MIA recognition day

    For 47 years, the National League of Families POW/MIA flag, draped in black and adorned with the symbol of service member’s foreign war internment, has sailed during observances, ceremonies, and at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington D.C.

  • Laughlin Annual Awards 2018

    Laughlin gathered its best and brightest to celebrate the 2018 Annual Awards Ceremony, at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas, Jan. 26, 2019.

  • SUPT Class 17-12 set to graduate

    All Laughlin members are invited to attend a graduation ceremony for Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training Class 17-12, at 10 a.m., here, in Anderson Hall, July 28.

  • Laughlin welcomes new commander

    The 47th Flying Training Wing welcomed its new commander during a change of command ceremony June 28. U.S. Air Force Col. Charles Velino assumes command of a base that began its pilot training program in 1947.

  • Memorial Day ceremony set

    The city of Del Rio will hold a Memorial Day event at 10 a.m. Monday at the civic center.

  • Laughlin graduates first honor guard members

    Professionalism, tradition, conditioned; driven to excel no matter the type of ceremony, severity of the temperature, or size of the crowd. Those are just some of the characteristics that all honor guardsmen and women carry with them while performing their ceremonial duties.