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  • From puppy to patrol: the life of a military working dog

    Just like any other trainee, military working dogs (MWDs) must be trained as pups into a member of the U.S. Air Force. Kay, a Belgian Sheppard and one of the MWDs assigned to Aviano AB, began his military career at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, the home of U.S. Air Force basic training.

  • Wyvern University keeps Aviano AB educated

    Wyvern University (WU) is an extracurricular education program that offers a wide variety of courses for professional and personal development.The classes offered at WU are available to the entire Aviano AB community, regardless of their status.

  • Wyvern Warrior Team of the Week Helps Save a Life

    This week’s Wyvern Warrior Team of the Week is a little bit different than the others you may have seen. This week we’re highlighting a team of five individuals from different units that saw a U.S. Air Force Airman in need and jumped into action to help save their life. U.S. Air Force Maj. Lauren

  • Egress Airmen continuously improve processes, plans

    Imagine sitting comfortably in your car when suddenly a severe mechanical failure occurs and the safest course of action is to launch yourself into the air by nothing more than your driver’s seat. It may sound like a crazy thing to do, but for aircraft pilots this can be a very real situation.The

  • 510th FS F-16s showcase air superiority

    A U.S. Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon assigned to the 510th Fighter Squadron performs a training sortie at Aviano Air Base, Italy, Aug. 8, 2022. The 510th FS performs air and space control and force application roles, such as counter-air, strategic attack and counter-land, interdiction and close-air

  • 31st CES, CEMIRT, supply power to 31 FW

    In order for the U.S. Air Force to provide the airpower needed to fly, fight, and win around the globe, electrical power is needed to keep each base and their operations running no matter the hour.