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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- Satff Sgt. Jessica German (center), 35th Aircraft Maintenance Unit, carries a computer monitor to an awaiting trailer. More than 15 Wolf Pack members assisted with the Singapore computer donation drive. (Air Force photo by 1st Lt. Kerri Fulgham)                               Donated computers help Philippine youth get connected
Airmen from the 35th Fighter Squadron and Aircraft Maintenance Unit, deployed to Singapore in support of Operation Commando Sling, took time out of their flying schedule to launch Philippine schools into the information super highway in June. Deployed members conducted a computer donation drive, resulting in donations from local Singapore citizens.
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KUNSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea – Tech. Sgt. Paul Cucchiaran (right), 555th RED HORSE Squadron, Nellis AFB, Nev., and Staff Sgt. Jonnie Jordan, 307th RHS Barksdale AFB, La., place corner trim on a new SEA hut at Wolf Pack Park in May. The $320,000 project replaced the usual tents constructed by deployed personnel and allows for additional electricity, air conditioning and lighting. (Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Demetrius Lester) SEA huts at Wolf Pack replace tents, compliments of RED HORSE engineers
It's the 21st century and living accommodations at Kunsan's Wolf Pack Park, normally inhabited by those deployed in support of various Air Force Expeditionary assignments, have been brought into the new century. Thirty South-East Asia huts, commonly referred to as SEA huts because of their popularity during the Vietnam War, were recently finished
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HICKAM AIR FORCE BASE, Hawaii -- General Paul V. Hester, Commander, Pacific Air Forces accepts a check for $71,133.54 from Renee Acosta, CEO of Global Impact and manager of the Combined Federal Campaign for overseas locations.  

The money, donated by Airmen stationed at Air Force installations in Japan, Korea, and Guam, will directly fund programs supervised by their family support and youth services organizations.  Because of their international locations CFC funds collected are given directly back to the bases.  Also pictured are 2005 PACAF CFC coordinators; Senior Master Sgt. Michael Livermore, Capt. Heather Thompson, Lt. Col. Karla Moyer, Capt. Wallace Reed

The CFC 2006 Campaign will begin in mid September.

(U.S. Air Force photo by Mark Bates) A Generous Check

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Default Air Force Logo JASDF officers learn Air Force-style logistics
Ten company grade officers from the Japan Air Self Defense Force received tours, briefings and hands-on training covering U.S. Air Force logistics as part of a one-week Logistics Familiarization Course here this week.The students learned about Air Expeditionary Force experiences, providing host-nation support, similarities and differences between
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Default Air Force Logo PACAF Wins History Award
Pacific Air Forces historian office is the winner of the 2006 USAF History and Museums Program award. There were three award categories overall: Excellence in Wing History Programs, Excellence in Historical Publications, and Air Force Heritage. HQ PACAF received the Excellence in Historical Publication Award for their publication “With Compassion
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Default Air Force Logo Kadena warrior wins SERE NCO of the Year award
As warfighters, Air Force members are trained in many areas of combat skills ranging from self-aid and buddy care to chemical warfare. However, pilots, aircrews and personnel considered, “high risk of capture” are given extra training unique to their jobs by a small group of individuals. These individuals make up the 325 members of the Survival,
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Default Air Force Logo Air Ops Center wraps up Valiant Shield play
Nearly 2,000 sorties later, the Kenney Headquarters’ Pacific Air Operations Center team, assembled to orchestrate air operations for Valiant Shield, called it good. “We had a very successful exercise,” said Major Paul Hahn, KHQ PAOC Combat Operations Division. “This was a great opportunity to practice joint interoperability with our Navy
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Default Air Force Logo Last Block 10 Global Hawk arrives for check flights
An RQ-4 Global Hawk unmanned aerial vehicle, the last Block 10 production aircraft, arrived here for a thorough checkup before delivery to an operational squadron. The aircraft will undergo a series of acceptance and operational check flights by the 452nd Flight Test Squadron before flying to Beale Air Force Base, Calif., to take its place as a
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Default Air Force Logo Senior U.S., Japanese enlisted leaders take bilateral education to new heights
Lining the front row of a packed house, nine Japan Air Self-Defense Force senior enlisted leaders took part in their first-ever U.S. Air Force First Sergeant Symposium here, as part of a bilateral exchange milestone. Fifty-eight U.S. and Japanese senior noncommissioned officers participated in academics and training June 19-23 to learn how to take
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Tech. Sgt. Albern Warren checks on the progress of an abrasive water-jet cutter while cutting metal for an aircraft part on Friday, June 16. Sergeant Warren is assigned to the 3rd Equipment Maintenance Squadron metals technology shop at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Alan Port) Technicians cut AFSO 21 in to processes
Imagine for a moment you are the proud owner of a very rare model car. It is luxurious, very sporty, very expensive, and only a handful exist in the entire world. Now imagine you need to make repairs or get a part to fix it. It could be very difficult to find and costly to buy parts. What do you do? The 3rd Equipment Maintenance Squadron’s Metals
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