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56th Training Squadron

first_imgThe 56th Training Squadron’s (TRS) mission is to provide academic and ground-based instruction to support training the world’s finest F-35 and F-16 pilots. The 56th TRS trains almost half the Air Force’s new fighter pilots each year. It conducts F-35 and F-16 academic and device training in accordance with major command formal syllabi, including initial instruction, transition courses, senior officer courses, Thunderbird and aggressor pilot instruction, forward air control, night systems and Block 50 specialized conversion courses.All 56th TRS training is conducted across six facilities at Luke AFB. This squadron provides Air Force acceptance and quality control of courseware and manages all aircrew training devices for the 56th Fighter Wing.last_img read more

Injured hiker airlifted from Spruce Mountain

first_imgVermont State Police On Friday afternoon, Troopers were asked to respond to the Spruce Mountain trailhead in the town of Plainfield to provide assistance to first responders who were already on scene with a female who had fallen from the fire tower on top of the mountain earlier in the day. At approximately 11:43, Waterbury Backcountry, Barre Town Fire Department, Plainfield Fire and Rescue, and East Montpelier Fire Department responded to the fire tower to assist Kelly Houston who had fallen two flights of stairs down the tower while trying to capture a video of the view.After making contact and assessing Houston’s medical status, first responders contacted the National Guard and requested a helicopter rescue to safely remove Houston from the mountain. Houston was safely hoisted into the helicopter and transported to the University of Vermont Medical Center to be seen for her injuries.CASE#:20A303437TROOPER: Sgt. Stackhouse                          STATION: VSP-Middlesex                    CONTACT#:802-229-9191 DATE/TIME: 08/14/20 1602 hoursLOCATION: Plainfield, VT INCIDENT: Injured Hiker/Helicopter Rescue INJURED: Kelly Houston AGE: 51CITY, STATE OF RESIDENCE: Randolph, NJlast_img read more

British fans drink Las Vegas dry in Tyson Fury world title win celebrations as beer runs out following brutal Wilder KO

first_img Best caption wins🏆 Credit @4×4 AN army of 20,000 jubilant British boxing fans drank Sin City dry yesterday as they celebrated Tyson Fury’s world title victory.As soon as Fury, 31, finished serenading the crowd with American Pie, supporters were on the lash on the Las Vegas strip.Tyson Fury arrived with his dashing suit on and Mauricio Sulaiman’s green tieCredit: InstagramThe new WBC heavyweight champion then donned a Union FlagCredit: InstagramLiam Payne was singing on stage at the big bashCredit: InstagramTyson’s wife Paris shares in her man’s delight after a job well doneCredit: InstagramHours later, the party was still raging — but the beer had run out.One well-oiled fan said: “First they sold out of Guinness and now they’ve sold out of lager. I don’t think they’re used to how much we drink. We’ve drunk the place dry.”Gypsy King Fury — who could next face fellow Brit Anthony Joshua — joked about having “a couple of glasses of water and a slice of pizza” after his technical knockout victory over Deontay Wilder, 34.But Tyson was also in high spirits, turning up at the after-party at 2am US time.Fan John McMullan, 22, said: “It was loud and noisy. He sang and he danced. He was up and down on the stage.“We drank the bar dry — it was carnage. I don’t think Las Vegas has seen a party like it before.”Outside there were reports that drunken fans were falling in the famous dancing fountains in front of the Bellagio Hotel.The 31-year-old boxing star flashed a golden smile – to go with his golden beltCredit: InstagramIt wasn’t going to be long until Tyson Fury got on the micCredit: InstagramTyson’s brother and Love Island star Tommy Fury was there, as was Towie legend Mark WrightCredit: Instagram Tyson took time out to party with his hordes of fans at the nightclubCredit: InstagramHe was the star of the show just a few yards away at the MGM Grand arena – and he was at the nightclub tooCredit: InstagramOne taxi driver said: “I’ve been doing this job 20 years and never seen celebrations like this. This city just loves that gypsy.”The newly-crowned WBC heavyweight champ arrived at celebrations wearing the emblazoned suit he wore for the post-fight presser, as well as the green tie he had nicked off WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman.As former One Direction star Liam Payne sang on stage, Fury wrapped himself up in a Union Flag before dancing with his stunning wife Paris.He then took the mic to entertain his hundreds of fans, including a rendition of the now classic boxing anthem Sweet Caroline.Fury also sang ‘There Were Three Bronze Bombers In The Air’ to the tune of the controversial Ten German Bombers – a chant made by England football fans during their bitter rivalry with Germany.But he swapped the lyrics to celebrate his win against American Wilder, who goes by the nickname the ‘Bronze Bomber’.The 31-year-old condemned the original version of the song last June when a fan sang it at his press conference ahead of his fight against German Tom Schwarz.Also joining the heavyweight king was brother and Love Island star Tommy and Towie legend Mark Wright.But there didn’t appear to be any sign of Conor McGregor, despite Fury inviting him out to get “smashed out of his f***ing face” after the fight.The Brit was sent a bottle of McGregor’s Proper Twelve as a gift before the massive, and ultimately successful, rematch.Liam Payne and DJ Steve Aoki do their thing on stageCredit: The Mega AgencyHakkasan was ready for the entry of the newly-crowned kingCredit: InstagramWilder vs Fury II: Round by round Travel Diary // Vietnam 2017 What’s This “Trick” Called? Comment Down Below!! Funny animals make you happy and laugh funny animal compilation DayZ Amazing Mods ~ More Cars, More Guns, More Gore!center_img 10 INCREDIBLE Space Launch Failures! Rebekah Vardy scores an impressive penalty in six-inch heels Football player touch female referee s breast! Source: Boxing – thesun.co.uklast_img read more