'Today's Air Force' recaps Colorado wildfires, F-35 Lighting II

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Air Force Television News released a new edition of "Today's Air Force" on July 6.

First, Staff Sgt. Brad Sisson takes a look back at the wildfires that tore through Colorado and threatened the Air Force Academy.

Next, Airman Jimmy Moreland takes viewers to Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan, to say goodbye to the C-27J Spartan mission there. Later, "Today's Air Force" takes a look at what's new at the Air Force Flight Test Center.

This 30-minute, bi-weekly news show can be seen every day on the Pentagon Channel and American Forces Television Service stations around the world. The show also airs on more than 140 public cable-access stations within the United States.

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This week's line-up includes:

Block 1
- Straight from the Top: The Air Education and Training Command commander gives a press conference regarding military training instructor misconduct.
- Fire Package: A recap of the Colorado wildfires from Staff Sgt. Brad Sisson.
- High Park: A phone in interview from the Colorado National Guard.

Block 2
- C-27J Deactivation: The last mission for the C-27J Spartan in Afghanistan.
- 24th SOW: A new special operations wing stands up in Florida.
- Hero Legacy: A special tactics Airman is awarded the Silver Star posthumously.
- TWIP: This Week in Photos

Block 3
- Medics in Mayhem: A special multimedia package from Airman Magazine.
- Post Graduate Dental: A new dental training clinic opens at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas.
- First Quarter Update: And update on the F-35 Lightning II joint strike fighter from Edwards AFB, Calif.