Saturday, March 28, 2009

120th Fighter Wing going Full Force Into The F-15

Flights Now Range From 2-4 Eagles at a time for the base and pretty soon as much as eight on Drill Weekends.

One Thing That Don't Make Sense is that BRAC was made to conserve money for the future of the Air Force. But When it Costs "Over 50 Million" just to get the base ready for the new F-15 Mission, isn't that defeating the purpose. Not to mention building the new facilites at Whiteman For The 131st Bomb Wing. Sure Maybe its the long term (really really long term) but it seems that For all the Air Guard Units that are being changed or converted it is costing more than keeping there original mission.

Six F-15's Left In St. Louis. Depressing. Maybe The Stealth Eagle will get picked up by Boeing from some country like South Korea, that way there will be at least more than one F-15 every few months.

Go To:


for info on the 120ths New (Our Old) Mission.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Final Flights, Small Unit

Col Jon "JB" Kelk, and Col. Leeker have all had there final flights the past few weeks. At Least five more pilots are having there final flights in April. Also there are now seven eagles left (soon to be six).

(thanks mark for Col. Leeker's Picture)

Monday, March 2, 2009


There are over 60 New Unreleased Photos Of the 131st that were taken along with the "Flying with the eagles" Photo Shoot In September 08. They are only found at Check Them Out!

I would like to thank Capt. Tim Reinhart for these sweet pictures.

And New Video of on base as well as a Boeing EA-18 and Super Hornet Flight Test. Capt. Tim Reinhart is one of the people that flew during that flight test as well.