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  • Beale's K-9, EOD flights conduct collaborative training

    The missions found on Beale vary widely, from high altitude intelligence, to aerial refueling, and also to space detection and observance.It’s only through the cooperation amongst these missions, and Airmen, that they can continue upholding national security.

  • U-2 Federal Lab achieves flight with Kubernetes

    The U-2 Federal Laboratory successfully leveraged Kubernetes during a local training sortie on a U-2 Dragon Lady assigned to the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale Air Force Base, California, on September 22. This represents the first time Kubernetes has flown on an operational major weapon system in

  • U-2 Federal Lab Achieves Flight with Kubernetes

    The U-2 Federal Laboratory successfully leveraged Kubernetes during a local training sortie on a U-2 Dragon Lady assigned to the 9th Reconnaissance Wing at Beale Air Force Base, California, on September 22. This represents the first time Kubernetes has flown on an operational major weapon system in

  • 9th CPTS assists 60th CPTS at Travis AFB

    The LNU Lightning Complex Fire is currently the fourth largest fire in California state history. Many Airmen and their families were forced to evacuate from their homes due to the growing threat of the fire.These evacuations left the 60th Comptroller Squadron (CPTS) at Travis Air Force Base busy

  • Recce Town takes home MAJCOM award

    Air Combat Command is the primary force provider of combat airpower to war fighting commands, which makes receiving recognition at that level prestigious. Our very own Senior Master Sgt. Adam Barraclough, 9th Security Forces Squadron superintendent, won ACC Senior Non-commissioned Officer (SNCO).

  • A-Staff Inauguration

    On Aug. 28, 2020 the 9th RW begins the Initial Operating Capability (IOC) phase of reorganization. This historic moment will give A-Staff directors a chance to operate in their new roles, while groups officially stand down.

  • ACC commander visits flying wings

    Gen. Mike Holmes, the commander of Air Combat Command, recently visited ACC flying wings one last time to connect with Airmen and aircrews.The visit was planned to provide commander’s intent regarding training priorities, share information about recent mishaps with instructors and leaders, and