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CAMBODIA -- An airman from Pacific Air Forces Internal Health Affairs fascens a bonet on a local youth. During a recent medical mission, Airmen reached out to locals with donated clothing, toys, school kits, hygiene kits, and much more. During the mission, the team screened more than 13,000 patients and treated approximately 3,500 patients. The donated items helped approximately 2,000 children. PACAF Airmen reach out to Cambodia

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2006
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Airman 1st Class Robert Nguyen, 80th Aircraft Maintenance Unit crew chief, tightens down a rear panel Wednesday on F-16 Number 314. Aircraft 314 and several other jets assigned to the 80th Fighter Squadron deployed to Singapore Thursday in support of Operation Commando Sling. 80th Fighter Squadron, AMU deploy to Singapore; Month-long exercise to test Wolf Pack’s ability to deploy, fight
More than 70 Airmen from the 80th Fighter Squadron and 80th Aircraft Maintenance Unit deployed from Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea in support of Operation Commando Sling March 2. The month-long deployment, involving joint warfare operations between the U.S. Air Force and its Singapore counterparts, will provide vital fighting skills to the Wolf
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OSAN AB, Republic of Korea -- Staff Sgt. Thomas Arita, a military postal clerk with the 51st Communications Squadron, unloads packages at Osan’s Post Office. Postal clerks process more than 500 pieces of mail a day. Solid process makes post office success
Five hundred per day, 2,000 per month and 13 million per year … these are just a few of the mind-boggling numbers associated with the operations of the Osan Post Office. Despite these numbers, the key for the post office to be successful is a solid operational process and the way they manage the massive quantities of mail received every day. All
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2006
HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii -- Staff Sgt. Wesley Clark marshals a C-17 Globemaster III into its parking spot. SSgt. Clark is from the 15th Maintenance Group. The first combined active duty and Air National Guard maintenance group of its kind. Guard and Active Duty maintainers work together at Hickam

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2006
MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- More than seven inches of snow here didn't stop the 35th Fighter Wing from continuing with its operational readiness exercise March 2. The wing began its operational readiness exercise Feb. 23. Neither Sleet, Rain, nor Snow...

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EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska -- Former astronaut and retired Marine Maj. Gen. Charles Bolden recently visited Eielson as the guest speaker of a dinner celebrating African-American History month. Astronaut, mentor visits Eielson
Former astronaut and retired Marine Maj. Gen. Charles Bolden recently visited Eielson as the guest speaker of a dinner celebrating African-American History month. Motivated as a child by different navy themed television programs, such as Men of Annapolis, Navy Log and the West Point Story, General Bolden had the support of his parents when he told
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Dashing doctor and his dogs
The 34th annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race begins at 10 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of 4th Avenue and D Street in downtown Anchorage. Thomas Knolmayer, 3rd Medical Group chief of surgery, will guide his team for the second year through the nearly 1,150-mile course, roughly the distance between New York City and Orlando, Fla. The doctor,
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Russia Recognizes Two U.S. Officers for Help in Sub Rescue
Underneath a portrait of Czar Peter the Great, the Russian Ambassador to the United States presented two U.S. officers with the Order of Friendship for their parts in rescuing submariners trapped underwater off the Kamchatka peninsula in August. Ambassador Yuri V. Ushakov presented the awards, the highest honor to non-Russian citizens, to Air Force
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