• Deployment Leadership Workshop at Offutt

    A deployment leadership workshop was held in the 55th Wing Headquarters building on April 30, 2024 by Headquarters Air Force Directorate of Logistics’ (A4) Tesseract Division in conjunction with Goldratt Consulting.

  • Offutt AFB through the years

    In February 1924, the Douglas County Reserve Officers Association proposed the Fort Crook landing field be named in honor of 1st Lt. Jarvis Offutt. Offutt was Omaha’s first World War I air casualty, who as a U.S. Army Air Service pilot, was killed in 1918 flying with the Royal Air Force in France.

  • Police Week at Offutt AFB

    The Military Police Force known as the “Recon Raiders” which includes members of the 55th Security Forces Squadron and Navy will host local law enforcement agencies in a ceremony to kick off Police Week celebrations at Offutt Air Force Base at 9 am May 13, 2024.

  • Offutt Breaks Ground on two more Campuses

    The Offutt Flood Rebuild Program Management Office will break ground on the Nuclear Command, Control and Communications Campus at 8 am and the Operations Campus at 11 am on Friday, May 3, 2024.

  • Global Strike Command wins CE Readiness Challenge X

    A team of AFGSC civil engineers hoisted the Readiness Challenge X winner’s trophy April 26 after a grueling six-day competition that tested 12 teams in more than 25 engineering skills ranging from firefighting to runway repair.

  • Offutt holds OSS Symposium

    The 55th Wing and the 55th Operations Support Squadron hosted the 3rd annual Operations Support Squadron Symposium April 2 – 5 in the Dougherty Conference Center.

  • Offutt got ERRE

    Offutt participated in a base wide energy resiliency readiness exercise Apr. 24, 2024, here.

  • Pillen Signs Month of the Military Child Proclamation

    Members of the 55th Wing leadership from Offutt Air Force Base were on hand to witness Governor Jim Pillen sign the proclamation designating April as the Month of the Military Child at the state capitol April 11, 2024.

  • Offutt Brass celebrates Music in Our Schools

    The United States Air Force Heartland of America Band Offutt Brass celebrates Music in Our Schools month by visiting various elementary schools throughout Omaha and Papillion, Neb. Metropolitan area Mar. 4 – 8.

  • Offutt continues flood rebuild

    On March 16, 2019, Offutt Air Force Base suffered a devastating flood, causing millions of dollars in damage to infrastructure and displacing more than 3,200 personnel.Now, reconstruction and rebuilding are in full swing under the guidance and leadership of the Offutt Flood Rebuild Program

  • Offutt partners with zoo for wild innovation

    The 55th Force Support Squadron’s readiness flight teamed up with Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium to test out a portable water desalinization kit on Feb. 24, 2024.