The F-22 crash was the first of two nearly back-to-back fighter crashes at Eglin last year.
The U.S. Air Force has a new unit devoted to competing in electromagnetic spectrum, or EMS, warfare.
SOCOM announced it had awarded $19.2 million in contracts to five vendors producing prototype aircraft for Armed Overwatch.
A photo posted on the popular but unofficial Air Force page Amn/NCO/SNCO showed the F-22 nose down on its belly.
The aircraft bounced, rolled, "caught fire and was completely destroyed," the report states.
The Air Force's newest combat search-and-rescue helicopter, the HH-60W Jolly Green II, hit another milestone.
The "safety pause" follows two back-to-back crashes of stealth fighters less than a week apart.
The F-35 mishap marks the second accident at Eglin in a week's time.
Capt. Tranay Lashawn Tanner, 29, was transported to the Eglin Hospital last week with health complications.
A pilot from the 413th Flight Test Squadron at Duke Field at Eglin Air Force Base flew with Sikorsky contractors.
The alert order was issued to units now in the U.S. that would be part of a NATO force if the alliance decides to activate a...
The shooting happened early when the man drove toward Fort Knox police officers after initially fleeing from them.
Supporters of the bill touted it as a common sense measure that will help ease the transition to civilian life.
The accident left seven sailors injured while the pilot safely ejected and was later recovered.
The Marine Corps identified the two Marines who lost their lives as Lance Cpl. Jonathan Gierke and Pfc. Zachary Riffle.