The 86th Munitions Squadron participated in an exercise Oct. 23 to 26 on Ramstein.
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Guns without ammunition are useless to the warfighter, and it is the same for fighter aircraft, bombers and attack helicopters.
When it takes the coordination of multiple units to make a single mission happen, it can be difficult for Airmen to see the bigger picture and recognize how their efforts are impacting the overall Air Force mission.
The 86th Munitions Squadron completed an exercise to prepare for real-world missions Aug. 2 on Ramstein.
A fighter pilot gears up and is ready for takeoff to complete a mission. He’s pumped and prepared to do his part for the Air Force.
One of the differences between commercial aircraft and an Air Force aircraft is munitions. Without defensive munitions, flying units would be vulnerable to enemies when providing critical support to ground units.
There are many different ways people can leave the nest: some people plan for years, some make a sudden jump and some are forced out.
Since Carsen Chun was a child he had always been athletic, participating in any sport presented to him with the dream to one day take part in the Olympics.