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  • Air Force, Army Battle Labs work with DARPA on ASTARTE, new C2 capability

    The 805th Combat Training Squadron’s Shadow Operations Center-Nellis, also known as the U.S. Air Force’s Advanced Battle Management System Battle Lab, recently experimented with joint partners that helped evolve a new joint airspace management and joint fires capability at Nellis Air Force Base,

  • AOC FTU hosts ACC Joint Airspace Conference ‘23

    In conjunction with Air Combat Command Personnel Recovery and Joint Integration Division, the 505th Training Squadron hosted the Joint Airspace Conference June 27-28 at Hurlburt Field, Florida.  The conference, which addressed current and relevant joint and combatant command airspace issues and

  • Exercise AGILE BLIZZARD-UNIFIED VISION phase 2, Alaska

    Exercise AGILE BLIZZARD-UNIFIED VISION phase 2, an arctic based Agile Combat Employment exercise, took place June 10-13, 2023, providing the 55th and 35th Combat Communications Squadrons, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma, and 52nd Network Warfare Squadron, Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, the

  • Gossett takes command of the AOC FTU

    The 505th Training Squadron, the Air Force’s gateway to global air operations centers, said farewell to their commander, Lt. Col. Kari “Cougar” Mott, and welcomed Lt. Col. Jason “Chappy” Gossett, during a change of command ceremony, at Hurlburt Field, Florida, May 12.

  • AOC FTU reopens for initial qualification training

    Undertaking the largest modernization of Air Operations Center initial qualification training in the history of the unit, the 505th Training Squadron has reopened its doors for students to attend training.

  • Air Force incorporates Agile Combat Employment in RED FLAG 23-1

    As flying units from around the globe converged at Nellis Air Force Base for RED FLAG 23-1, the 505th Command and Control Wing welcomed the 355th Wing’s Command and Control Force Element, or C2FE, from Davis-Monthan AFB, Arizona, to execute as the first Lead Wing C2FE in a Tier 1 Large Force