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  • Gen. Douglas Raaberg, director of air and space operations at Air Combat Command, which is responsible for all Air Force bombers and fighters.

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  • The ongoing initiative by the Air Combat Command, which is scheduled to be complete in July, is aimed at improving the F-15E's avionics and "supportability", says Mark Bass,


  • Large commands, such as Air Combat Command, may get several slots per class, for example, while small organizations such as the Air Force Weather Agency might get only one per year.

    Air Force Times - News

  • Gen. Loh served as Air Force vice chief of staff from 1990 to 1991 and commander of Air Combat Command from 1992 to 1995.

    This Umbrella Must Not Have Holes

  • According to one senior Air Combat Command source in Washington, the U.S.

    Switch Hitting

  • When Jumper returned to the United States to run Air Combat Command in 2000, he made a new push to get a weapon under the Predator's wings.

    Up in the Sky, An Unblinking Eye

  • Air Force Gen. John Loh, head of Air Combat Command, recently said it would be "very difficult to force a fundamental change in the action in Bosnia solely through the use of air power."

    Next Target: Bosnia

  • It is the headquarters for Air Combat Command, which trains active Air Force pilots to deploy for overseas combat missions, and the 1st Fighter Wing, one of the largest fighter wings in Air Combat Command.

    Touching History

  • He explains that they would love to help, but that the “three star” general at Air Combat Command has told them to stand by since, technically, the wing belongs to Air Combat Command, not NORAD.

    Touching History

  • Instead, they have authenticators from Air Combat Command.

    Touching History


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