Air Force bases are the most at-risk to climate change, according to an updated analysis of US military installations presented to Congress. The report lists Hill AFB, Utah, as the most at-risk, but it fails to name either Tyndall AFB, Fla., shown here following Hurricane Michael’s devastation last year, or Offutt AFB, Neb., which is still recovering from severe flooding. Courtesy photo.
US Labels Elite Iran Force a Foreign Terrorist OrganizationThe United States on Monday designated Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps a foreign terrorist organization, an unprecedented declaration against a foreign government that may prompt retaliation and make it harder for American diplomats and military officers to work with allies in the region.
The Associated PressTrump's Space Command to Be Based in Colorado, Alabama or CaliforniaThe Air Force has identified the six military bases that could house the military's newest combatant command, US Space Command, according to an Air Force memorandum obtained by
CNN.Air Force Selects Slingshot Aerospace to Bring Artificial Intelligence into Space SurveillanceOrbital Atlas will be tested at the Combined Space Operations Center at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, and the National Space Defense Center at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado.
Space News6 Protesters Detained at US Air Force Drone Base in NevadaAuthorities say six protesters were detained and given misdemeanor tickets after they refused to leave the entrance of a U.S. Air Force Base northwest of Las Vegas.
US News and World ReportNew Chapter for the 911th Airlift WingThe 911th Airlift Wing is undergoing an aircraft conversion switching from the C-130 Hercules to a much a larger cargo aircraft in the C-17 Globemaster III.
AFRC NewsDrinking Habits by IndustryDelphi Health Group culled data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Health Interview Study and found that respondents in the armed forces reported the most alcohol consumption per occupation overall. According to a recent survey conducted by the Department of Defense, one-third of service members meet the criteria for hazardous drinking as well as a possible alcohol misuse.
Delphi Health GroupOne More Thing …What If We Blew Up All The World’s Nukes at Once?For starters, it would be a very, very bad day for mankind.
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