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  • Air-Vice Marshal visit

    The Air-Vice Marshals visit was intended to help give him a better understanding of the B-2 Spirit stealth bombers capabilities and strengthen U.K.-U.S. relationships.

  • Exceptional Care for Exceptional Families

    Supporting military families is as important as supporting the service members themselves, and some families need more specialized support.The Exceptional Family Member Program exists to support those families.The EFMP at Whiteman Air Force Base directs special needs families to screening, care, and

  • Every plane needs two wings to fly!

    Ensuring bullets and bombs are properly stored and transported is important to the U.S. Air Force’s mission.The Whiteman Air Force Base 509th Bomb Wing Weapons Safety Office makes sure the job gets done.“We deal with anything explosive, ranging from 9 mm rounds to your 5,000 lb bombs,” said U.S. Air

  • Home Away From Home

    Moving from one base to another can be a difficult process. Luckily, bases do everything they can to make this transition as smooth as possible, including providing lodging for Airmen while they are getting settled in at their new base.The Whiteman Inn is where Airmen and their families can expect

  • 509th Security Forces Squadron Police Week

    Police week is an opportunity for all service members and civilians to remember and honor fallen Defenders. The 509th SFS has planned multiple events throughout next week to allow all Airmen and their families to connect with and learn more about Air Force Defenders.

  • two Wings, One Team

    Airmen must often integrate and work together as a team to support and accomplish the U.S. Air Force’s mission to fly, fight, and win. When active duty, reserve, and National Guard components work together, it’s known as Total Force Integration.While the 442nd Fighter Wing is a reserve wing and the