194th Fighter Squadron Eagle Livery

That’s Tail Flash 85-113, which recently reached more than 10,000 flight hours. To celebrate, members of the 144th Fighter Wing painted the aircraft with in this special paint scheme. 

On these photos 85-113  was flown for the first time today after receiving the paint job to conduct a functional test flight. (U.S. Air National Guard photos by Master Sgt. Charles Vaughn & Staff Sgt. Mercedes Taylor)


144th Fighter Wing “Alaska DACT 22”

 photos by Master Sgt. Charles Vaughn and Capt. Jason Sanchez

Airmen and F-15s assigned to the Calif. Air National Guard’s 144th Fighter Wing are conducting dissimilar aircraft combat training with the 3rd Wing’s 90th and 525th Fighter squadrons at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, and testing their ability to backfill for the alert air defence mission within the region.

The training at JBER focuses on fighter integration training between fourth-generation F-15 Eagles and fifth-generation F-22 Raptors and their ability to interoperate seamlessly. The training began April 11, 2022 and will conclude in approximately three weeks.