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  • F-15 pilot becomes highest rank pilot to complete B-2 initial qualification course.

    WHITEMAN AIR FORCE BASE, Mo. -- One of the first Missouri Air National Guard (ANG) pilots to enter B-2 Spirit stealth bomber flight training was the highest ranking pilot to attend the challenging initial qualification training course at Whiteman AFB, Feb. 22. Col. Greg Champagne, 131st Fighter Wing Vice Commander, began B-2 flight training with
  • Missouri Air Guard associates with Whiteman AFB B-2 Bombers

    Missouri Air Guard associates with Whiteman AFB B2 bombers The Missouri Air National Guard will assume an Associate role in the world's only B-2, long-range stealth bomber mission, located at Whiteman Air Force Base, as announced today. "Establishing an Air National Guard B-2 Associate mission is very exciting for the Missouri Air National Guard,"
  • MoANG Hits 100 percent manning

    For more information contact: Capt. Tamara Spicer, (573) 638-9846, fax: 9848 e-mail: tamara.spicer@us.army.mil or Capt. Brian Bowman, (573) 638-9846 Missouri Air National Guard hits 100 percent manning By Capt. Brian Bowman Missouri Air National Guard Headquarters For the first time in five years, the Missouri Air National Guard is at 100 percent
  • Accident Results from F-15 Crash, May 30, 2007

    News Release United States Air Force Headquarters Air Combat Command, Office of Public Affairs 115 Thompson Street, Suite 211, Langley Air Force Base, Va., 23665-1987 (757) 764-5007 Fax (757) 764-4941 E-mail: acc.pam@langley.af.mil Release No: 10-07-05 Oct. 22, 2007 F-15 ACCIDENT REPORT RELEASED LANGLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Va. - A jammed Aileron Rudder
  • F-15 Aircraft Crash in Dent County, Mo

    Nov. 2, 2007 For more information contact: Capt. Tamara Spicer, (573) 638-9846, fax: 9848 e-mail: tamara.spicer@us.army.mil or Capt Bridget Zorn, (314) 527-6321 Missouri F-15 Eagle crashes in Dent County, pilot ejects safely A Missouri Air National Guard F-15C Eagle aircraft crashed around 10 a.m. today in Dent County near Salem, Missouri. The
  • F-15 Crash Update

    Nov. 2, 2007 For more information contact: Capt. Tamara Spicer, (573) 638-9846, fax: 9848 e-mail: tamara.spicer@us.army.mil or Capt Bridget Zorn, (314) 527-6321 Missouri F-15 Eagle crashes, pilot transported to St. Louis hospital A Missouri Air National Guard F-15C Eagle aircraft crashed around 10 a.m. in Dent County near Salem, Missouri today. The
  • F-15 Pilot Released from the hospital

    Nov. 3, 2007 For more information contact: 131st Fighter Wing Public Affairs Capt Bridget Zorn, (314) 527-6321 Missouri ANG F-15 Pilot released from hospital today A pilot who ejected from an F-15 aircraft in Dent County, Mo was released from Barnes Jewish hospital today. The pilot suffered a dislocated shoulder, broken arm, and minor cuts and
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