LUK

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AcronymDefinition
LUKLet Us Know
LUKLinux User Kernel
LUKLamellen und Kupplungsbau (German automotive parts maker)
LUKLuke AFB (Phoenix, AZ)
LUKLangepas, Urai and Kogalym (Russian oil wells)
LUKLaboratorium Uji Konstruksi (Indonesian: Construction Testing Laboratory)
LUKLunken Airport, Cincinnati (Airport Code)
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A group from Luke AFB flew three F-35s to the air show, where the crowds were able to witness an aerial performance and get a close-up look at the aircraft with a static display.
"Luke AFB officials are working closely with local authorities in a search and rescue operation," Luke said in a news release Thursday afternoon.
After completing E3 testing, AL-1 will join the F-35 international pilot training fleet at Luke AFB in May, the first of five F-35s Italy has committed to the international training fleet there.
Parvin's wingman, Cavasos, now stationed at Luke AFB, Ariz., was also awarded the DFC with Valor in a ceremony at Luke AFB last Jan.
In 2015, Luke AFB will begin training US Air Force pilots and eventually international pilots destined for deployment to combat units around the world.
His quick thinking and expert judgment led to the safe recovery of the 2-ship at Luke AFB when thunderstorms forced the tower at Davis-Monthan AFB to evacuate due to high winds.
Last year, Navy opened its first branch in Maricopa County near Luke AFB in Glendale, Ariz.
The Thunderbirds were activated, after 6 months training in an unofficial status, on May 25, 1953 as the 3600th Air Demonstration Team at Luke AFB, just west of Phoenix, Arizona.
Major Brodeur graduated from pilot training at Columbus AFB in Columbus, Mississippi in April 2001, and F-16 Fighter training from Luke AFB in Arizona.
Luke AFB s solar panel array is expected to be the largest in the nation, and will be bigger than the 14-megawatt solar array that opened in 2007 at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, which was the largest at the time, according to the newspaper.
This squadron provides a strong complement to our F-16 teamwork at Luke AFB, Ariz., and your rotary-wing partnership with the U.S.
He completed pilot training in Class 61B at Laredo AFB, entered F-100 training at Luke AFB, and for the rest of his career, interspersed fighter operations (F-100, F-105, A-7, F-4E, F-15, and F-16) with operational command, staff, and professional education assignments.