News

  • DAF announces 2023 Photo Contest winners

    The Department of the Air Force recently announced the winners of the 2023 Air Force Photo Contest. Following this year’s theme of “101 Days of Summer,” a judging panel evaluated almost 400 entries on impact, creativity and technical aspects, with winners from various skill levels and ages selected

  • AFCOMAC Teaches Air Force Ammo Troops Twice Over

    After 37 years, the Air Force Combat Ammunition Course (AFCOMAC) has graduated its 20,000th student. This milestone is a huge feat for the AFCOMAC schoolhouse and its instructors. AFCOMAC’s first class was held in 1986 at Sierra Army Depot in California, and was later moved to Beale AFB in 1991.

  • Beale AFB Air Show 2025

    We are proud to announce the United States Air Force Thunderbirds at the highly anticipated 2025 Air Show, June 7-8, 2025.Renowned for their precision flying and incredible aerial displays, the Thunderbirds are set to captivate audiences with their thrilling maneuvers and airborne excellence during

  • Go Blue, Stay Blue: U.S. Citizenship creates opportunities for Airman

    Giving up one’s home country for the opportunities of another can provide many exciting possibilities but can also be a nerve-wracking experience. The decision to defend that nation before the guarantee of citizenship shows a true level of commitment of its own.That is the path Airman 1st Class

  • Even Chiefs Get Checked!

    Many Developmental Teams conduct their annual meetings virtually, but the Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) team sees value in conducting this board in person. This process is priceless in shaping the future of any career field and allowing the top of the enlisted tier to have a

  • Embracing Native American Culture

    With 574 federally recognized tribes in the United States, Native American and Alaska Native Heritage Month serves to celebrate the backbone of America.U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Brady Pemberton, 50th Intelligence Squadron signals analyst, is proud to share his heritage with Team Beale.

  • BEALE AIRMEN SHOWCASE METEOROLOGICAL CAPABILITIES AT UC DAVIS

    BEALE AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. – Weather forecasters from Beale Air Force Base visited the University of California, Davis (UC Davis), offering students insight into potential military career paths in meteorology and providing a hands-on demonstration of field equipment.

  • Take Action to Prevent the Flu

    Influenza (flu) season in the United States typically occurs during the fall and winter months. Although the highest incidences are commonly observed from December to March, flu cases can still occur as late as May. The severity of the flu season can also vary from year to year, with different

  • Expanding Horizons: Beale’s First Ever MCA Tier-1 Course

    Beale AFB paves the way for innovation by piloting its first Multi-Capable Airmen (MCA) course.MCA training is available at other bases, however Beale strives to become the first to have an official course where students will leave as certified MCA.