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  • Nationally recognized magician visits Laughlin

    A nationally recognized and award winning magician and illusionist, paid Laughlin a visit and performed at Anderson Hall on August 12.
  • 87th FTS celebrates 100 years of excellence

    One of the U.S. Air Force’s oldest flying squadrons celebrates its 100th anniversary at Laughlin Air Force Base, Aug. 18, 2017.
  • XLer of the Week: Tech Sgt. Janine White

    Tech. Sgt. Janine White, 47th Operations Support Squadron airfield systems NCO in charge, was chosen by wing leadership to be this week’s “XLer,” July 26.
  • Laughlin hosts Education Fair

    More than 20 colleges and universities from around the nation will be answering questions during an Education Fair at Laughlin’s Club, Aug. 3.
  • Bioenvironmental: Laughlin’s climate inspector

    For most, one of the first few factors that determines if a location is livable would be availability of clean air and water; however, does one factor in the process required to ensure these expectations are met?
  • Laughlin XLer of the Week: Capt. James Bloch

    Capt. James Bloch, 87th Flying Training Squadron instructor pilot, was chosen by wing leadership to be this week’s “XLer,” July 19.
  • Five summer safety tips

    With the summer season in full swing and outdoor activities are in full motion, Laughlin and its Airmen must do their part to ensure community safety.
  • 2016 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report

    This report is a summary of the quality of water on Laughlin Air Force Base provides its customers.
  • Laughlin XLer of the Week: SrA Isaac L. W. Saul

    Senior Airman Isaac L. W. Saul, 47th Security Forces Squadron resource protection and electronic security systems manager, was chosen by wing leadership to be this week’s “XLer,” July 12.
  • Laughlin helps sheltered pets

    The 86th Flying Training Squadron Booster Club partnered with a local animal shelter, A Pet’s Wish, to organize a charity event at the Laughlin Branch Exchange, July 11.
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