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  • Team McConnell flyover to salute community and frontline COVID-19 responders

    Team McConnell is scheduled to perform a series of community flyovers for Operation America Strong on May 6, 2020, beginning at 10 a.m.A flight of two KC-135 Stratotankers and a KC-46 Pegasus from McConnell, followed closely by Wichita’s own B-29 Superfortress “Doc,” will fly over local communities

  • Neighborly love

    What happens inside the gates of McConnell is usual, everyday business to the Airmen that work there, but for most of the outside community it is a complete mystery.

  • Spreading Holiday cheer one box at a time

    For most people, the Holidays are a happy time — from being around the ones you love, to enjoying a home cooked Holiday meal. Unfortunately, not everyone gets that time with their loved ones.

  • Working with Wichita

    Being in the military is more than putting on the uniform every day. It is about building partnerships, helping others and continually working on professional growth outside of the line of duty. Airmen not only represent themselves, but also the entire military community.

  • McConnell Airman impresses community

    Tech. Sgt. Bobby McCrary, 22nd Force Support Squadron Honor Guard NCO in charge, has been selected as one of ‘40 Under 40’ to be recognized as a rising star in Wichita.Each year, the Wichita Business Journal selects 40 members in the surrounding community under 40 years old who demonstrate great

  • McConnell firefighters aid community during wildfires

    Eighteen firefighters from McConnell’s fire department responded to an off-base wildfire March 7-8 in Reno County. The responding groups, which consisted of both military and civilians, were part of more than 2,000 firefighters from 216 organizations that aided in the emergency, said Doug Hanen,