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The Air Force just delivered enough baby formula for 500,000 bottles amid a nationwide shortage
More is on the way.
Airmen are pissed that an entire C-17 crew except for the maintainer received a Distinguished Flying Cross
"He was practically Chewbacca in ‘A New Hope.'"
4 airmen awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for evacuating more than 150 civilians from Kabul
The crew rescued more than 150 people during the evacuation of Kabul last year
An Air Force tech sergeant just got married in the back of a C-17 cargo jet
The Moose and matrimony are a match made in heaven.
Air Force uniform that covered sleeping Afghan child in evacuation photo headed to a museum
"It was heartwarming to see."
This Air Force unit you’ve never heard of made the Afghan airlift possible
"Think of any airport in non-COVID Thanksgiving travel. Now beef it up 200 to 400% and sustain it for two weeks."
Watch an Australian C-17 weave between skyscrapers in ‘insane’ video
"If the crew's timing is off or if they are slow to react, the jet would collide with a building."
Top US general praises Air Force crews who rescued thousands from Kabul: ‘Nothing short of a miracle’
"You are the living embodiment of the Statue of Liberty."
‘A vessel of hope’ — Air Force C-17 crews exhausted but proud after largest airlift in US military history
“Many see it as just a cargo aircraft. To me, it was always a vessel of hope."
Afghan baby named ‘Reach’ after the Air Force C-17 she was born on
"It’s my dream to watch that young child called ‘Reach’ grow up to be a U.S. citizen and fly United States Air Force fighters."
Three babies born amid Afghanistan evacuation, general says
There may be more.
Air Force issues social media gag to Afghan airlift crews
"Presumably they want to control the narrative a bit better"
‘This is what we live for’ — Air Force C-17 crews jump at the chance to help others in Afghan airlift
“Usually when something goes wrong, there’ll be a C-17 flying there."
Afghan man filmed himself trying to escape Kabul on side of C-17 during takeoff
“This shows the desperation of Afghans trying to escape the Taliban."
Afghans are literally clinging to the sides of US military aircraft to escape the Taliban sweep of Kabul
Chaos has engulfed Hamid Karzai International Airport.
The Air Force is moving forward with a plan to turn giant cargo planes into bomb trucks
The U.S. Air Force has awarded Lockheed Martin Corp. $25 million to transform large cargo aircraft like C-17 Globemaster III into bomb trucks using palletized munitions and expects to hold a demonstration of the capability sometime next year