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    1. MWC football capsules: Air Force Falcons

      Albuquerque JournalAug 29 11:28 PM

      At last month's Mountain West Conference football media confab in Las Vegas, Nev., Air Force defensi ...

    2. 4 F-22 Raptors land at Spandahlem for exercises

      Stars and StripesAug 28 12:38 PM

      Four F-22 Raptors, part of the Pentagon’s continued push to deter Russia, arrived Friday at Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany. The fighters are expected to deploy to other European bases and NATO installations and conduct training with other combat aircraft.

    3. 4 F-22 Raptors land at Spangdahlem for exercises

      Stars and StripesAug 28 01:08 PM

      Four F-22 Raptors, part of the Pentagon’s continued push to deter Russia, arrived Friday at Spangdahlem Air Base in Germany. The fighters are expected to deploy to other European bases and NATO installations and conduct training with other combat aircraft.

    4. Air Force's season opener is next Saturday, and some positions seem no closer to a resolution than they did when the Falcons opened training camp in July.

    5. In front of a school-record crowd of 3,683, Air Force defeated Army West Point, 1-0, in double-overtime in the 2015 season-opener for both service academy schools Friday night at the Cadet Soccer Stadium.

    6. “Loose Tweets Destroy Fleets” — the Air Force’s twist on the famous World War II slogan, “Loose Lips Sink Ships” — is meant to remind servicemembers to guard what they share on social media, particularly given recent threats by Islamic State sympathizers.

    7. With four linebackers essentially competing for one starting job, the Air Force football team should be deep at that position.

    8. Chinese Air Force creates macaque army to protect its jets from birds

      International Business Times via Yahoo UK & Ireland NewsAug 27 02:15 AM

      The Chinese Air Force is training macaques to protect its jets from the treat of flying birds by dismantling their nests in trees. Two of the macaques, called Qitian and Ziyun, can destroy a nest in just one minute, military officials said. Birds have the potential to cause huge damage to aircrafts worldwide, getting stuck in engines and damaging jets.

    9. U.S. Deploys F-16s to Turkish Base

      The Wall Street JournalAug 09 06:44 PM

      The U.S. Air Force has deployed a small detachment of F-16 fighter aircraft to a base in Turkey as part of a deal with Ankara to step up strikes on Islamic State targets in northern Syria, the Pentagon said Sunday.

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