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US Strategic Command May 7
Our strategic forces are always ready and can be anywhere, anytime. Right now, B-2 & B-52 are flying simultaneous missions across the globe, testing our strategic capabilities.
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AFGSC Apr 21
It's ! . . . The revolutionary blending of low-observable technologies wi/ high aerodynamic efficiency & large payload gives the important advantages over existing . Its low-observability provides it greater freedom of action at high altitudes.
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ThandoManana Mar 11
It took years... That I know but who said it will be Easy. "What a transition it's been" Then and Now. Pic 1 taken New Brighton Oval- 2015 Pic 2 taken Central - PE - 2020 & 🏆 🏈
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PACAF Apr 30
. B-1 showcase global presence over South China Sea. The mission demonstrates U.S. steadfast commitment to security & stability of the Indo-Pacific region.
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Robert Morton Mar 14
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AFGSC Apr 15
On March 27, 2011, 1,100 maintenance personnel launched 4 B-1 Lancer from the Ellsworth AFB flightline in blizzard conditions to support Operation Odyssey Dawn. The legacy involved overcoming adversity and we will continue to do just that.
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AFGSC May 11
flew non-stop strategic BTF Missions to the Baltic Region. The departed Ellsworth AFB, flew the missions & returned w/o landing showcasing long-range capabilities. This is an example of how the remains able to project conventional combat power.
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Nik Kowalski May 14
First memory you think of when you see this stadium 🤔
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Ed Tait May 17
Since no training camp today, busting out the old J5V flto throw around
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Today In History Apr 18
18 April 1942: The Raid, a U.S. bombing of Tokyo, occurs. It is the first raid on by the U.S. during . The raid was planned and led by Lt. James Doolittle. Sixteen B-25B Mitchell were flown off the USS Hornet.
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Kevin Sheedy Apr 11
Tonight would have been a big game between two clubs I love dearly - the Giants and the Bombers. We’re all missing our footy but it's for an important reason. For now, enjoy some Sheedy Vision Stay Positive 👍🏼
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🇨🇦 Marshall Ferguson 🏈 Mar 14
Happy for Brandon Bridge to discover his next stage in life, but this is delusional. Evans/Masoli MacBeth/Nichols Harris/Kilgore Fajardo/Franklin all have better backups, and you could argue Collaros/McGuire or VA/Shiltz.
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John Hodge Apr 30
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TRM Mar 27
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Tim Baines May 9
During Canada's Twilight Zone crisis, can we let the and the fade away?
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Fargo Post 2 Dugout Apr 5
Photos: (2018 State Class “A” Champions & Central Plains Division II Regional Champions, 2012 ND Junior Legion State Champions & Mid States Regional Runner-Up, 2011 ND Junior Legion State Champions & Mid States Regional Runner-Up)
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Dawayne Hudson Apr 30
Midwest City Football season can’t start soon enough 🏈🏆
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Vince Taskunas Apr 23
For fans missing the footy (like me) Last minutes of the extraordinary 2009 Anzac Day win. So lucky to be there, see, hear it all. Ryder, Watson’s clearances; blistering speed of Lovett, Dyson, ice-cool And Zaharakis. Sung my heart out.
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Echoes in the Sky May 1
"The sky full of bombers" this dreamlike photo purported to be taken from a RNAF F-104, in the early 1970s (via )
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National Interest Apr 5
The United States Air Force is now considering private contractors to help refuel its and fighters within the next two years as it faces a near-term shortage of refueler aircraft.
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