• CATM: Training warfighters

    While deployed, or when in a hostile environment, the need to fire a weapon can occur in an instant’s notice, or without notice at all. U.S. Air Force combat arms training and maintenance range instructors teach Airmen how to properly handle and use their firearms, so that when the need to fire them arises, the Airmen are prepared.
  • Challenge accepted: U.S. service members compete for German badge

    Imagine treading water in full-duty uniform after swimming four laps, running sprints, and holding a chin-up for more than a minute. These are only three of the six events service members completed to earn the prestigious German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge, or GAFPB, one of the most sought after foreign awards approved to be worn on U.S. military uniforms.
  • 633rd civil engineers pave way to mission readiness

    The 633rd Civil Engineer Squadron at Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia, is tasked with the up-keep of the oldest active U.S. Air Force airfield, which supports 5th generation weapons systems.
  • Showcasing excellence: JBLE security forces Airman, MWD win 'Iron Dawg' competition

    On a daily basis, Staff Sgt. Jeffrie Kennedy, 633rd Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, and his partner, Toni, 633rd SFS MWD, work hard to keep the installation safe.
  • Life of service before self

    Going down life’s winding road, Chaplain (Capt.) Alex Lu, 633rd Air Base Wing chaplain, concluded he could plan for his future, but God would be the one to guide his path.
  • Salute to Service event gives service members NFL experience

    For the fourth year, the Washington Redskins and a private sponsor hosted a National Football League boot camp for service members as part of their Salute to Service military appreciation event.
  • JBLE participates in aircraft exercise

    As Joint Base Langley-Eustis service members pay their respects to the United States Marine Corps and United States Navy, in their tragic loss on July 10, 2017, real-world and exercise incidents are used as reminders to our service members that accidents or incidents are a reality in military life and it is why service members need to be ready to respond at any time.
  • Career advisors pave way for Airmen

    While the mission takes precedence, career enhancement opportunities are available to U.S. Air Force Airmen at Joint Base Langley-Eustis. Airmen are provided the opportunity to map a successful career path by making an appointment with a career assistance advisor.
  • JBLE welcomes new commander

    U.S. service members and civilians from welcomed their new commander during a change of command ceremony June 22.
  • Forecasters predict nature, ensure airpower is maintained

    An F-22 Raptor aircraft rips through the clouds toward its target, ready to engage, while an ominous patch of dark sky forms in the distance. As the pilot closes in, the radio awakens and barks “abort mission.”