Air Force Reserve Pilot, Grounded After Medical Diagnosis, Returns To The Sky: 'Everyone Can Be Resilient'An Air Force Reserve pilot is proud to be flying again after being disqualified to serve due to a medical condition.
Faces Of COVID: Active Duty Air Force Member Michael Morris Remembered As Loving FatherA Minnesota man is believed to be the first active-duty Air Force member to die of COVID-19.
Minnesota's Front-Line Workers Fighting COVID-19 Pandemic Honored With Military Plane FlyoversA C-130 transport plane and two F-16 fighter jets flew over several hospitals in the Twin Cities. The initiative was intended to honor the men and women working on the front lines fighting COVID-19.
Statue Honoring Air Force Veteran’s Dog Stolen From GravesiteWhen Rory Gavic died in 2009, his mother had a statue of the dog made and placed it next to his headstone at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church cemetery.
Hastings 'Band Of Brothers': 25 Grads Heading To Armed ForcesTwenty five students from the 2018 senior class at Hastings High School are going into the military.
Airman Surprises 1st Grade Daughter At SchoolA New Prague first grader got quite a surprise when she was sent to the principal's office Wednesday afternoon. She thought her mother was picking her up for a dentist appointment. But instead, it was her father, who she had not seen in six months because he was deployed overseas.
96-Year-Old Fights For Women Airforce Service Pilots To Be Buried At ArlingtonA Minnesota woman who served as an Air Force service pilot in World War II has a new fight. The 96-year-old wants women Air Force Service Pilots to be able to be buried at Arlington Cemetary.
Family, Friends Remember MN Major Killed In AfghanistanA woman who grew up in the Twin Cities was one of six U.S. military members killed Monday in Afghanistan. Air Force Maj. Adrianna Vorderbruggen, originally from Plymouth, was killed when a suicide bomber drove a motorcycle packed with explosives into a joint NATO-Afghan patrol near Bagram Airfield.
Plymouth Air Force Major Killed; One Of 1st Openly Gay In MilitaryAn Air Force major from Plymouth was one of seven service members killed by a suicide bomber Monday in Afghanistan, according to the Department of Defense. Maj. Adrianna Vorderbruggen, 36, was part of the Air Force Office of Special Investigations.
Game Time Salute Honors Elizabeth Hubbard, Daughter Of U.S. Air Force VeteranFor Elizabeth Hubbard, her father's service in the U.S. Air Force meant that she would spend her adolescence traveling the world and learning the sacrifices military service members have to make first hand.
Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Air Force Veteran Dion FlynnFor Dion Flynn, joining the Air Force allowed her to realize a lifelong ambition and to become a positive role model for the next generation.
Game Time Salute Honors U.S. Air Force Veteran Nick SoughleyFor Nick Soughley, serving in the Air Force offered him the opportunity to make some of the most important friendships in his life and a sense of integrity that would give his life direction.
Flying High With Minnesota's 934th Airlift WingMinnesota's only Air Force Reserve Unit is showing off its capabilities of being combat ready at a moment's notice. The 934th Airlift Wing has flown missions in support of troops since 1963, and their skills are used more than ever today.
Air Force Electricians Use Xcel Course To Train For RescuesSitting in a classroom can show you how it's done. But for 12 Air Force Reserve electricians, there's only one way to practice it: strapping on climbing belts and gaffs and heading up a pole.
Roar Of Bombers Replaced By Drone Buzz In North DakotaThe roar of mammoth Air Force bombers and tanker planes has long been silenced at the Grand Forks Air Force Base, but backers of the nation's first unmanned aircraft business park say the drones are creating a buzz.