• Special Delivery: Whiteman families receive holiday help with preparing Thanksgiving feast

    Thanksgiving is traditionally a time for families to come together, enjoy a meal and create memories. Not all families are able to prepare a bountiful dinner due to financial or personal hardships. That's where the Whiteman Thanksgiving Food Baskets Program comes in. The food basket program helps of the 509th Bomb Wing and their families to make
  • Airmen helping Airmen

    As Air Force Airmen, a critically important task we have each day is to find a way to help ourselves and other Airmen solve problems to get the job done. Where do you start? Start with helping yourself by taking care of your personal life and your family. Don't feel like you're alone, though; we have a large organization standing by to help you
  • ESOHCAMP assessment begins Monday

    The Environment a l Safety and Occupational Health Compliance Assessment Management Program will conduct a base-wide assessment of Whiteman's compliance in 26 protocol areas including safety, occupational health and environmental regulations Monday through Friday. Under the new ESOHCAMP format, Air Combat Command Headquarters will send 11 qualified
  • Non "Airmen" fly Air Force's top bomber

    Another page in B-2 history was written Oct. 23 when Royal Air Force pilot David Arthurton, 13th Bomb Squadron, and Navy Lt. Kelly Richards, 509th Operations Support Squadron, flew a three-hour sortie in the Spirit of Texas. This was the first time two non United States Air Force pilots flew in the same B-2 since the B-2s arrived at Whiteman in
  • CHENEY: War on terror is battle for future of civilization

    "It's a battle we are going to win," said Vice President Dick Cheney about the war on terror. That was the overall message he shared with more than 2,000 Whiteman members during a troop rally Friday. "This war is lengthy and difficult. Much has already been asked of us, and a great deal of work is still ahead," Mr. Cheney said. "And yet the outcome