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    Laughlin Air Force Base, TX, US  

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    FAIP housing video

    11.15.2021 | Video by Airman Kailee Reynolds
    We talked with 1st Lt. Frank Toohey about the Hunt housing survey here at Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas on Nov. 15, 2021. The housing survey is...

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    Pilot Edge program reinforces air traffic...

    05.11.2022 | Story by Airman Kailee Reynolds
    It takes more than just an instructor pilot to train student pilots to become the U.S. Air Force’s best. Members of the new Undergraduate Pilot Training 2.5 program understand the importance of the countless individuals who work together to support their success, including the Airmen at Laughlin AFB’s Air Traffic Control unit. A new program at Laughlin, Pilot Edge, provides students with the chance to practice procedures with ATC...

    Preparing to SOAR: An Airman's calling

    03.29.2022 | Story by Airman Kailee Reynolds
    To Fly, Fight and Win may be the Air Force’s mission, but when the Airmen who complete that mission achieve their own goals then the force grows stronger. The USAF provides numerous programs for career and professional development, personal and family support opportunities to make Airmen better. One of those programs is the Scholarships for Outstanding Airmen to ROTC (SOAR) program.

    Operation Cope Thaw

    02.01.2022 | Story by Airman Kailee Reynolds
    Airmen from Laughlin Air Force Base, Texas integrated with units from the 97th Air Mobility Wing, Altus Air Force Base, Oklahoma, Jan. 31 to simulate a short-notice deployment in an exercised dubbed “Operation Cope Thaw”. This event is aimed at off-station mission exposure for pilots and maintainers from Laughlin’s 47th Flying Training Wing. Eighteen of the base’s T-38 Talons were joined by a C-17 from Altus AFB before the group...