• Nose Art for 914th Flagship has Irish connection

    Adorning the nose section of an aircraft with a name or an image has been a tradition in the U.S. military for years. Aircraft nose art has been around for almost as long as aircraft itself.U.S. flyers made the idea famous, but it was first used on a larger scale by Italian and German pilots, just

  • What's in a name?

    Colonel Mark Larson (left), 914th Air Refueling Wing commander, poses for a photo along with (front row L - R) Col. Erik Aufderheide, 914th ARW vice commander, Lt. Col. Christopher Pfeil, 914th Operations Support Squadron commander, Lt. Col. Amy Johannsen, 914th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron