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  • The Strive for Excellence

    When given a challenge - do you sink or swim? The military is constantly presenting service members with challenges and expecting excellence. This is no different for ammo. Every class iteration that arrives at the Air Force Combat Ammunition Center (AFCOMAC) is posed with a challenge - to make FRAG

  • First prescribed burn of the year in Northern California

    A Wildland Support Module member participates in a prescribed burn June 2, 2023, at Beale Air Force Base, California. Controlled burns are only held during certain weather conditions to maximize safety. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Juliana Londono)

  • Beale Honor Guard

    U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Jacob Cressy, 9th Reconnaissance Wing honor guardsman, holds the U.S. Flag, May 16, 2023, at Beale Air Force Base, California. The Beale Honor Guard is composed of Airmen from different squadrons around the base who are trained to perform funeral honors and ceremonial

  • 9th SFS attend the 2023 Regional Peace Officers' Memorial Ceremony

    A California Highway Patrolman stands during the 2023 Regional Peace Officers’ Memorial Ceremony, May 17, 2023, in Yuba City, California. Beale’s 9th Security Forces Squadron were invited to the ceremony to honor fallen peace officers including fallen military law enforcement members. (U.S. Air

  • Precision in Pursuit

    The U-2 Dragon Lady's chase car, an essential companion during mission and training, tirelessly matches the soaring prowess of the iconic spy plane, ensuring every move is flawlessly orchestrated. Together, they form an unstoppable team, seamlessly navigating the skies.

  • Saddling off into the sunset

    Saddling off into the sunset, this cowboy bids farewell to the wild west, trading in spurs for serenity in a well-deserved retirement.Congratulations on your retirement Ed Broskey, 9th Civil Engineer Squadron "Cowboy"

  • Strengthening Bonds: The Power of Military Community Engagement

    The United States Air Force has always drawn its strength from taking a diversity of backgrounds to achieve one common goal—air superiority. Recognizing this, Beale Air Force Base actively engaged within their community, forging invaluable connections, and providing mutual support.Team Beale

  • Beale supports the Chico Fly-in

    U.S. Air Force 9th Security Forces Squadron Airmen participate in a K-9 demonstration during the Chico Fly-in, May 6, 2023, at Chico Regional Airport, Chico, California. The K-9 demonstration was held for members attending the family day event and included simulated scenarios that are used for