"The secret of my success is that I always managed to live to fly another day," is just one of the 20 top quotes from Yeager, the pilot who had 'The Right Stuff.' Yeager died Monday night.
While both days honor the military, there are key differences in what members of the armed forces each day commemorates.
"Our veterans who fall on hard times and find themselves without a home deserve more than just handwringing or kind words. They deserve real help that gets them back on their feet."-Michelle Obama
Chinese state media said the badge—used by troops taking part in a drone attack drill off California—was evidence of U.S. aggressive intentions in the South China Sea.
Many on Twitter were quick to point out that the photo used by the government agency was not of the Air Force but rather a flight demonstration team formed by the Navy.
Raymond Bass, of Richmond, Virginia, was on his way to a hospital appointment when he was taken ill and targeted by a man named by police as Damontea Chappell.
The U.S. Air Force recently approved the first request from an airman with a child custody agreement, allowing the airman to be stationed near his child.
The rollout of a ballistic missile defense system designed to detect potential threats from countries like North Korea has been delayed due to concerns caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 48th Fighter Wing said an operation is now underway to ascertain the status of the pilot who crashed into the North Sea while on a routine training mission.
General Charles Q. Brown's nomination to serve as Air Force Chief of Staff was confirmed by the Senate Tuesday, making Brown the first black U.S. military officer to hold the the position.
United States Air Force officials say an early Monday morning shooting incident has left two members of the 319th Reconnaissance Wing dead.
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"The Chinese military helicopters were flying very close to the Line of Actual Control," according to Indian news outlet ANI.
U.S. Air Force officials this week said it is the ability to test new systems in space and return them to Earth that makes the X-37B program so unique. The next mission is scheduled for May 16.
The Department of Defense said the displays were a show of support to those working on the frontline of the coronavirus pandemic.
The newest branch of the American military is reportedly developing a suite of ground weapons that can jam satellite signals during orbital conflict.
In its military budget proposal, the Pentagon revealed a new paint design for the exterior of Air Force One, which will replace the current blue and white scheme with a red, white and blue palette.
Department of Defense officials released the names of two airmen killed in a Air Force plane crash in Afghanistan on Monday.
"That is something really incredible," President Trump said. "It's a big moment. That's a big moment, and we're all here for it. Space. Going to be a lot of things happening in space."
A Lieutenant General in the Air Force lost a star after an investigation into his leadership practices revealed he had harassed a female subordinate.
"I know nothing about an Air Force plane landing at an airport (which I do not own and have nothing to do with) near Turnberry Resort (which I do own) in Scotland," President Donald Trump said.
"There's got to be ways to combat this instead of just pointing at the thing and saying, 'Well, now it's getting worse!'" the man said.
Air Force Col. Roy Knight Jr. was shot down during a combat mission on the Ho Chi Minh Trail in Laos in May 1967.
The U.S. Armed Forces is made up of seven uniformed branches.
The numbers from 2018 paint a bleak picture of a U.S. military culture that has left senior Defense Department officials grappling to find effective methods to stem the surge of assaults.
The Air Force base wasn't made aware of the comments that were made until five months after the individual was hired.
"We will not allow inexcusable and reprehensible violations of that trust to erode decades of honorable service, teamwork, and progress by the members of USSOCOM," General Raymond Thomas III wrote to personnel in an email obtained by Newsweek.