• Liberators hold South Pacific Air Force Multi-mission exercise

    The 459th Air Refueling Wing holds first ever South Pacific Air Force Multi-mission exercise planned to assess capabilities to deploy Airmen, and their ability to survive and operate in a challenging, degraded, and operationally limited environment.

  • Takeoff Tuesday for August 23, 2022

    The wing's newest recruit, Jaeyeong Lee of Fairfax, Va., takes off for basic military training today. Upon completion of BMT, Lee will join the 459th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron!

  • Takeoff Tuesday for August 2, 2022

    The wing's newest recruits, Colin Bowser of Virginia Beach, Va., and Kenneth Rosenkranz of Washington, D.C., head off for basic military training.

  • Takeoff Tuesday for July 12, 2022

    Liberators! Joseph Jones from Virgina Beach, Va., and Diego Santiago-Caldero from Ashburn, Va., are taking off this week for Air Force Basic Military Training!

  • Takeoff Tuesday for July 5, 2022

    New 459th Air Refueling Wing recruits, Sabrina Gibbs from Brooklyn, N.Y., and Ronald Alston from Warsaw, Va. Both are heading off to Air Force Basic Military Training and both will be members of the 459th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron here.

  • 459th ARW Take off Tuesday for June 14, 2022

    New recruits, Tevon Dennis and Nina Gangbo head off to basic military training to come back to the 459th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron and the 459th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, respectively.

  • 459th ARW Take off Tuesday for June 7, 2022

    Heading off to Basic Military Training today is Nhytavia Evans from Fredericksburg, VA, who will join 459th Maintenance Squadron! She is flanked by the new 459th ARW Development & Training Flight Program Manager, Staff Sgt. Ceru Smith and Master Sgt. Adam Dzurilla. Good Luck and see you soon!

  • 459th ARW leaders hold strategic alignment, set path for high-end readiness

    The 459th Air Refueling Wing’s leadership team met recently for a wing strategic alignment to discuss and plan the way ahead for its members to prepare and maintain capability in the future high-end fight.Leadership plans to begin with furthering wing Airman understanding of the U.S. National