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ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam – ‘Mission Planning’ – Captain Bob Bryant, 13th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron B-2 Spirit pilot, adds notes to a mission planning – or “grease” – board in the bomber operations center at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, July 10. The captain is one of approximately 35 Airmen, from the 13th Bomb Squadron and the 509th Operations Support Staff, Whiteman AFB, Mo., who arrived here June 29-30 for a two-month deployment. The deployment of B-2 aircraft and personnel to Andersen AFB is to provide the U.S. Pacific Command commander a continuous bomber presence in the Asia-Pacific region. (USAF Photo by Tech. Sgt. Mikal Canfield) 13th EBS arrives at Andersen, prepares for busy deployment
Aircrew members and support personnel of the 13th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron arrived last week, ready for the opportunities that lie ahead during their two-month deployment to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The 13th EBS replaces the 393rd EBS, who returned to Whiteman AFB, Mo., July 1 following completion of their deployment. Both squadrons are
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2006
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Senior Airman Eddie Caro, 354th Fighter Wing command chief executive assistant, lays brick on one of seven planters constructed during Community Partnership Day. Military and civilian volunteers worked through day-long inclement weather to accomplish twice their projected goal. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman Christopher Griffin) Icemen, neighbors break ground at new front gate
A wet and dreary June 30 couldn't keep Iceman Team members from showing their true summer colors - in this case, purple. More than 200 Icemen, Fort Wainwright soldiers and community members participated in the sixth annual Community Partnership Day at the base's new front gate, planting flowers, building planters and kicking off the Fourth of July
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Detachment tracks space shuttle Discovery
The 22nd Space Operations Squadron's Detachment 5 here is playing a pivotal role in the Discovery mission following its launch July 4 from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida -- one in which the shuttle does not launch if the detachment is not ready. "When the space shuttle launches and while it's orbiting Earth, it must always be tracked," said
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2006
EIELSON AIR FORCE BASE, Alaska--Staff Sgt. Robert Wilson, 354th Security Forces Squadron military working dog handler, runs Iro though the confidence course at the MWD facility. The confidence course is one of the training tools used to prepare the working dogs for real-life situations. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Rachel Walters) Military working dogs: Treated more like Airmen than pets
Even though they don’t sign a contract, despite the fact they don’t swear an oath, military working dogs are more than just four-legged friends. Not to be confused as pets, MWDs are treated like Airmen in a number of ways. MWDs are part of the 354th Security Forces Squadron and although the training is separate; both MWDs and SF members go through
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2006
HONOLULU, Hawaii -- Members of the Pacific Air Forces Band, Hana Hou (Hawaiin for One More Time) perform patriotic music  July 4th on Honolulu TV station KHNL, the local  NBC affiliate.  The band performed during three separate live segments on  KHNL's morning program and talked with morning host, Marvin Buenconsejo, about the importance of the band to the morale and readiness of Airmen, the total force nature of our military and the shows they performed on Independence Day to include two performances at Hickam Harbor.  (U. S. Air Force photo by CMSgt Sharon Johnson) Local TV highlights PACAF Band

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2006
HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii -- Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Bishop discusses security procedures with Senior Airman Jasmine Frank, 15 Airlift Wing, Security Forces. (Air Force photo by Capt.  Allison Farabaugh)
New Command Chief Master Sgt joins PACAF team
Chief Master Sgt. Anthony Bishop began his tenure as Command Chief for Pacific Air Forces on July 5th and it’s a position he is extremely excited to occupy. “I feel both honored and fortunate to have the opportunity to serve as the next Command Chief for Pacific Air Forces,” he said. “I want to thank the Airmen of PACAF for what they are doing
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Pacific Air Forces receives top safety honor
Pacific Air Forces is the recipient of the Major General Benjamin D. Foulois Memorial Award in recognition for its flight safety program for the past year. The award was presented to the major command by members of the Order of Daedalians during a ceremony here July 1. To receive the annual flight safety award, the Air Force chief of staff selects
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2006
Default Air Force Logo Joint force additional first sergeant training
Senior enlisted Airmen from the U.S. Air Force and Japan Air Self Defense Force received additional duty first sergeant training last week to learn important skills required to be a first sergeant. Two instructors travelled from the Air Force First Sergeant Academy at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., to teach the one-week Additional Duty First
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2006
KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Tech. Sgt. Charles Campbell reads over an English picture book June 14 with a Korean student. Several members of the Air National Guard visited the Ilmagwon children's orphanage to help teach English. (Air Force photo by Staff. Sgt. Becky Nelson)                                Learning ‘ABCs' with the ANG

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Default Air Force Logo 35th FS, AMU foster joint relations during ‘Sling’
The 35th Fighter Squadron and Aircraft Maintenance Unit returned from Singapore June 24 after completing the 16th consecutive Operation Commando Sling joint warfare exercise, helping to foster better relations with that country’s air force. The 29-day deployment pitted the 35th FS, commonly referred to as the “Pantons,” against Royal Singaporean
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