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Air Force conducts successful hypersonic weapon test

A U.S. Air Force B-52H Stratofortress successfully released an AGM-183A Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon off the Southern California coast. The ARRW is designed to enable the U.S. to hold fixed, high-value, time-sensitive targets at risk in contested environments from stand-off distances. DoD News

Swedish Air Bosses participate in Red Flag-Nellis 22-2, exchange information

The Swedish Air Force provided a vital role to the 414th Combat Training Squadron’s Red Flag-Nellis 22-2 with two air bosses. The two worked side-by-side with Airmen to coordinate command and control capabilities to air and ground units during the entirety of the exercise. 
Maj. Daniel Jannerstad, Swedish Air Force air boss, stands in a heritage room during Red Flag-Nellis 22-2 at Nellis Air Force Base, Nev., March 15, 2022. The Swedish Air Force participation promotes interoperability between friendly forces and the exchange of information for both future Red Flag exercises and the Swedish Arctic Challenge Exercise. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Josey Blades) Airman 1st Class Josey Blades

AFNORTH’s CAP takes flight to assist tornado recovery

Air Forces Northern (AFNORTH)'s Civil Air Patrol aircrews are flying storm surveys to assist the National Weather Service and the Kentucky Emergency Management Agency in gauging the official intensities of the deadly tornadoes that ripped into the Midwest on Dec. 10.
CAP - Kentucky Wing reacts to December 2021 tornado with assessment missions DoD News

FYSA: SecAF Frank Kendall

FYSA: SecAF Frank Kendall. For your situational awareness, it’s going to take "One Team, One Fight" for the Air Force to compete, deter, and win today and into the future. In this episode, the 26th Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall outlines some of his priorities that he hopes will ensure an edge over near-peer competition, including: bolstering relations with defense industry partners; taking care of the families of Airmen and Guardians; getting meaningful military capabilities into the hands of Airmen and Guardian operators; closing the gap on disparity in the forces; and of course, protecting the health of the Total Force by making sure everyone is safeguarded from the COVID-19 virus. Angel Orozco

319th Reconnaissance Wing to field E-11 mission at Robins AFB

Under the proposed plan, which is contingent on Congressional approval of the retirement of four E-8 JSTARS at Robins AFB, Georgia, an E-11 squadron at Robins AFB would be a geographically separated unit reporting to the 319th RW.
An E-11 Battlefield Airborne Communications Node sits on the flightline at Kandahar Airfield (KAF), Afghanistan, Aug. 1, 2017. The E-11 BACN is a vital airborne signal relay, enabling real-time communications between friendly forces in the air and on the ground. There are only four E-11 aircraft in the Air Force and they operate around the clock, 24/7, ensuring Air Force and coalition operators can communicate when needed. 319th Reconnaissance Wing Public Affairs