The U.S. Air Force chief of staff, Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., said there were a "number of different platforms that could go to Ukraine."
Multiple commercial and military airfields have been shuttered as U.K. temperatures creep up to 40 degrees Celsius or 104 Fahrenheit.
All 52 members aboard the U.S. Air Force plane were killed in November 1952, prompting a decades-long search on a glacier.
A fighter jet identified as belonging to Taiwan's air force, although it lacked insignia, suffered a "hard landing" at Honolulu airport on Monday afternoon.
The incident at the base in east Syria that injured several service members could potentially be an inside attack.
Radio intercepts placed the Chinese military training within a six-hour window on Monday morning.
The air war has gone badly for Russia since its invasion of Ukraine was launched three months ago.
Air Force officials are investigating allegations that a Black airman was passed for a promotion because of his appearance and race.
Cooley was convicted of abusive sexual contact in the first-ever military trial of an Air Force general.
The Supreme Court has decided to not intervene with the U.S. Air Force from disciplining a service member after he refused to get the COVID-19 vaccine for religious reasons.
Ukrainian fighter jets took out four Russian military planes, two drones and a helicopter in 24-hours, Kyiv military officials said.
Weather forecasters in the late 1940s didn't have supercomputers, satellite data or advanced radar capabilities.
The air policing of NATO member territories is a continuous operation, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
"We do see countries such as Russia and China building up their infrastructure in the north ... at a very advanced rate," a NORAD commander told Newsweek.
The reports of sexual assault increased during the 2020-21 school year, when students were returning for in-person classes amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Overall, the U.S. military has seen over 14,000 requests for religious exemptions to the Pentagon's vaccine mandate for all military service members.
The Air Force was found last summer to be liable for the shooting after it failed to register Devin Kelley's criminal past with a national database.
A spokesperson for Malmstrom Air Force Base said it typically runs convoys for routine maintenance of its Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The number is likely to climb as the military branches continue the process of dealing with those who are refusing to get vaccinated against coronavirus.
Flight-tracking data showed a U.S. Navy patrol aircraft flying north through the Taiwan Strait on Tuesday.
Efforts to vaccinate the military have been complicated by lawsuits from Republican state governors challenging the federal mandate.
Without proper training, the Afghan air force was unable to get the needed qualified personnel, and without contractors, they were unable to maintain aircrafts.
A previous set of Litchfield burgesses allowed the ribbons to be on the green as long as they were maintained.
The proceeds from the loans were spent on luxury purchases, such as a Rolex watch worth nearly $39,000.
Mark Gooch could spend the rest of his life in prison after his October conviction for the murder and kidnapping of Sasha Krause.
Beijing's maritime authorities have announced a series of live-fire drills scheduled for this week.
The three-day virtual dialogue is only the third U.S.-China defense meeting to be publicized this year.
These members are considered the first throughout the U.S. military to be discharged due to the COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Of the approximate 11,000 unvaccinated Air National Guard and Reserve members, around 3,000 have yet to start vaccinating and over 2,000 have outright refused.