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Col. Kevin McElroy, 53rd Electronic Warfare Group commander, and new commander of the 513th Electronic Warfare Squadron, Lt. Col. Tim Welde, unfurl the squadron flag at the activation ceremony April 23 at Eglin Air Force Base Fla.  The squadron serves as the sole Department of Defense provider of electronic warfare support for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.  The squadron, currently manned by 32 technicians and engineers, will grow to 130 personnel at full strength. The squadron will operate the $300 million United States Reprogramming Laboratory, which tests all aspects of the Joint Strike Fighter's electronic warfare capability. Fifty percent of the total personnel will be Airmen, while the other half will consist of Navy and Marine personnel. (Courtesy photo) 
Joint F-35 electronic warfare squadron stands up
The squadron serving as the sole Department of Defense provider of electronic warfare support for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter activated April 23 in a ceremony here. Surrounded by artifacts from the history of airpower in the Air Armament Museum, the 513th Electronic Warfare Squadron stood up as a first step toward preparing Airmen, Sailors and
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First Lt. Steve Ferrell, 28th Test and Evaluations Squadron operations analyst at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., signs enlistment paperwork April 9 for his father, Chief Master Sgt. Steven Ferrell, 61st Aircraft Maintenance Unit superintendant. Lieutenant Ferrell flew in to Luke to swear-in his father and did it in front of about 150 Airmen in the 61st AMU. (photo by 2nd Lt. Ryan DeCamp) Son re-enlists MXG chief, father
When the time came for Chief Master Sgt. Steven Ferrell, 61st Aircraft Maintenance Unit superintendent, to re-enlist for what will be the final time in his career, the decision on which officer would do the honors was easy. He chose his son.Chief Ferrell's son, 1st Lt. Steve Ferrell, 28th Test and Evaluation Squadron operations analyst at Eglin Air
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EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – Rob Wible, 46th Test Wing, faces off against the 53rd Wing goalie ultimately scoring the first goal of the intramural soccer championship April 22. The 46th TW reclaimed the championship winning 2-1. 53rd was the reigning champs, beating the 46th in a sudden death shootout in overtime last year. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Anthony Jennings) 46th TW reclaim soccer championship
The 46th Test Wing reclaimed the base intramural soccer championship title from the 53rd Wing winning 2-1, April 22.The 53rd team, the reigning champs, took the title from the 46th last year in a stunning sudden death shootout in overtime. During their match-up earlier in the season, the 46th walked away with a one-point victory. Based on their
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Maj. Steven Dennis, team captain for the Air Force Action shooting team, empties a clip at the recent Area 6 championship competition in Convington, Ga., April 17.  Major Dennis, 28th Test and Evaluation Squadron, ranked second-highest military shooter with more than 71 percent in the limited division.  (Courtesy photo by Paul Erhardt.) 53rd WG Airman guns down competition

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Default Air Force Logo Eglin building renamed for Doolittle Raider
When retired Master Sgt. Ed Horton passed away in 2008, he left behind a legacy that spanned almost 70 years of aviation history.At 26 years old, Sergeant Horton was a Doolittle Raider, a gunner on plane #10, one of the B-25s that retaliated against Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. Sergeant Horton earned a place in history and his role was further
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2010
Default Air Force Logo 53rd Wing preps for UCI
Members of the 53rd Wing are preparing for a different twist on Mother's Day this year. The wing will receive its first Unit Compliance Inspection since 2005 May 9-14. "[The inspectors] stated purpose is to give us an independent look and ideas...in areas where we might need some help in compliance with Air Force and Air Combat Command
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Dr. Victor Sapio tells the crowd about his time spent in a Nazi concentration camp as a young boy during the Day of Remembrance observance at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., April 20.  The event took place three weeks prior to the 65th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe.  Doctor Sapio eventually moved to America where he learned to speak English and became a professor.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) Team Eglin remembers Holocaust
Team Eglin members came together at the East Gate Chapel to pause and reflect on those lost in the Holocaust during the Days of Remembrance observance April 20, just three weeks before the 65th Anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe.Close to 100 people listened to prayers, music and guest speaker, Dr. Victor Sapio, a holocaust survivor,
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A patriotic member of the Emerald Coast Mustang Club surveys the events  at the Eglin 75th Anniversary Air Show April 11. More than 125,000 were in attendance for the show April 10-11, enjoying a variety of aerial performances and static displays. This was Eglin’s first open house since 2007 and was timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the installation. The Thunderbirds, Army Black Daggers, an F-22A Raptor demo and "Tora, Tora, Tora" were some of the highlights of the event. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.) Airshow 2010 Day 2: the people

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A future-pilot checks his three-o'clock during 75th Anniversary Air Show April 11. More than 125,000 were in attendance during the air show April 10-11, enjoying a variety of aerial performances and static displays. This was Eglin’s first open house since 2007 and was timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the installation. The F-22A Raptor demo, Army Black Daggers and "Tora, Tora, Tora" were some of the highlights of the event. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Samuel King Jr.) Airshow 2010 Day 2: on the ground

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EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. – (top to bottom) A 46th Test Wing A-10 Warthog, F-15C Eagle, F-16 Fighting and an F-15E Strike Eagle perform a formation flyby during the 75th Anniversary Air Show April 11. More than 125,000 were in attendance during the air show April 10-11, enjoying a variety of aerial performances and static displays. This was Eglin’s first open house since 2007 and was timed to coincide with the 75th anniversary of the installation. The Thunderbirds, F-22A Raptor demo and “Tora, Tora, Tora” were some of the highlights of the event. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Anthony Jennings) Airshow 2010 Day 2: In the air

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