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HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii -- Master Sgt. Mike Cumberland, a C-17 loadmaster with the 535th Airlift Squadron, Hickam AFB Hawaii, measures a tie-down chain to ensure a Halvorsen aircraft pallet loader is safely secured prior to a strategic airlift mission May 25.  Hickam sent two C-17s and approximately 25 personnel to assist the Australian Defense Force move personnel and equipment to Australia from the Solomon Islands to support peace operations in East Timor after continued unrest between East Timorese military forces and breakaway groups of police and military.  (U.S. Air Force Photo by Tech. Sgt. Shane Cuomo) PACAF provides airlift to peacekeeping operation
Airmen from Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii and Andersen Air Force Base Guam, are providing strategic airlift to the Australian Defense Force in support of peace operations in East Timor after continued unrest between East Timorese military forces and breakaway groups of police and military. Two C-17s along with approximately 25 Airmen, consisting of
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The U.S. Navy hospital ship USNS Mercy is anchored off the coast of Manila, the Philippines.  Three Airmen from the 374th Medical Group at Yokota Air Base, Japan, are deployed on the ship as it delivers aid and humanitarian assistance to Southeast Asia.  (U.S. Navy photo/Photographers Mate 2nd Class Troy Latham) 
Medical Airmen set sail aboard USS Mercy humanitarian mission
Three Airmen from the 374th Medical Group here are deployed to the U.S. Navy hospital ship, USS Mercy, as it tours Southeast Asia on a humanitarian mission. The proactive mission is an opportunity for a U.S. medical team consisting of medical professionals from the Air Force, Army and Navy to work with members of the U.S. Public Health Service and
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ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska - F-22s from the 1st Fighter Wing stationed at Langley AFB, Va. fly to Elmendorf AFB Alaska on 23 May 2006.  The 7.5 hour transit was the longest continuous deployment of F-22s as 12 Raptors will participate in Exercise Northern Edge which is slated in June as a joint exercise under the control of Pacific Command. (Photo by Paul Weatherman) Raptors find new nest
After flying over more than 3,200 miles of land, ocean, mountains and glaciers, six F-22A Raptors arrived here Tuesday from Langley Air Force Base, Va. Though it isn’t the first time the Raptors have flown over snow-capped mountains, it is the first time they have flown outside of the continental United States, and the first time they have been to
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ELMENDORF AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska - F-22s from the 1st Fighter Wing stationed at Langley AFB, Va. fly to Elmendorf AFB Alaska on 23 May 2006.  The 7.5 hour transit was the longest continuous deployment of F-22s as 12 Raptors will participate in Exercise Northern Edge which is slated in June as a joint exercise under the control of Pacific Command. (Photo by Paul Weatherman) F-22As enroute to Northern Edge

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska - Airman First Class Aaron  Hasenauer, Crew Chief with the 63rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, Luke Air Force Base, tightens the flaperon screws on a 63rd Fighter Squadron's  F-16 Fighting Falcon at Red Flag Alaska.  The unit is playing the role of "hostile" or "red air" forces alongside the first-ever dedicated aggressor unit to play in the Air Force-level exercise. (US Air Force Photo by TSgt Julie Avey)                                 Airmen; greatest weapon at RED FLAG - Alaska

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An F-22 Raptor lands at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, on Tuesday, May 23, 2006. Raptors from the 27th Fighter Squadron at Langley AFB, Va., are supporting Exercise Northern Edge 2006. The Air Force selected Elmendorf as the home for the next operational F-22 squadron. The base will receive 36 Raptors, with the first jet expected in fall 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Keith Brown) 
F-22s arrive at Elmendorf for exercise

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska - Staff Sergeant Brian Booze a Crew Chief  from the 75th Fighter Squadron, Aircraft Mainteance Unit, Pope Air Force Base, North Carolina is taking part in Red Flag - Alaska .  Seargent Booze is prepaing an A-10 "Warthog" for the next flying mission over the Pacific Alaskan Range Complex. (US Air Force Photo by TSgt Julie Avey)                                                                                         Airmen keep RED FLAG - Alaska moving

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- Airman First Class Brandon Hopkins, a dedicated crew chief with the 63rd Aircraft Maintenance Unit, Luke AFB, Ariz., does one final Foreign Object Damage check before one of Luke's  F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots starts the engine here May 2, 2006 during RED FLAG-Alaska 06-2. Luke AFB has six F-16s playing "Red Air" alongside the first dedicated Aggressor Squadron from Nellis AFB, Nev., to participate in the exercise formerly called Cope Thunder. (Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Sara Hilmoe) 'Total force' at RED FLAG-Alaska

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Staff Sgt. Neil Adams prepares to hit a target with a marker during a close-air-support mission at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, on Friday, April 28, 2006, during Red Flag-Alaska. Sergeant Adams is a joint terminal attack controller with the 25th Air Support Operations Squadron at Hickam AFB, Hawaii. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Aaron Wiley) Battlefield Airmen skills at RED FLAG – Alaska
“I’m a totally different person than I was six years ago,” he said over his shoulder from the passenger seat of a muddy F-350 “Super Duty” Ford truck as it swung back and forth in what looked like chili. The truck leapt in and out of deep ruts as it labored up the steep access road that grants authorized personnel here access to the world’s largest
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Default Air Force Logo F-22A Raptor to Bring Air Superiority to Northern Edge 2006
The Air Force’s newest frontline fighter, the F-22A Raptor, will make its Pacific-region debut as they participate in Exercise Northern Edge 2006 in June. Twelve F-22As from the First Fighter Wing at Langley Air Force Base, Va., along with U.S. military units stationed in the continental United States and the Pacific Theater will participate in
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