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A 44th Fighter Squadron F-15 Eagle connects to a 909th Air Refueling Squadron KC-135 Stratotanker for aerial refueling during the large force employment of exercise Cope North 16, Feb. 24, 2016, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. Through training exercises such as CN16, the U.S., Japan and Australian air forces develop combat capabilities, enhancing air superiority, electronic warfare, air interdiction, tactical airlift and aerial refueling. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Matthew B. Fredericks/Released) Cope North 16 Pacific partners sharpen air combat skills
Pilots from the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, Japan Air Self-Defense Force and Royal Australian Air Force conducted a large force employment here Feb. 18-26 as part of exercise Cope North 16.
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A B-52 Stratofortress flies through the sky Feb. 20 during the 2016 Pacific Air Partners Open House at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The open house included aircraft displays and demonstrations including military vehicles, missile and bomb exhibits, military working dog demonstrations and an explosive ordnance disposal robot demonstration. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Arielle Vasquez) Andersen hosts Pacific Air Partners Open House
Long lines and huge crowds filled the Andersen AFB flightline Feb. 20. The scene, reminiscent of something one might see at an amusement park, was Andersen opening its doors to the public for the 2016 Pacific Air Partners Open House.More than 23,000 Guam residents, tourists and military members alike received the opportunity to walk around the
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A U.S. Air Force F-16C Fighting Falcon from the 35th Fighter Wing, Misawa Air Base, Japan, performs an aerial demonstration during the Singapore International Airshow, at Changi International Airport, Singapore, Feb. 18, 2016. Through participation in airshows and regional events, the U.S. demonstrates its commitment to the security of the Indo-Asia-Pacific region, promotes equipment interoperability, displays the flexible combat capabilities of the U.S. military, and creates lasting relationships with international audiences to strengthen the bonds that support partnership building throughout the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (U.S. Air Force photo by Capt. Raymond Geoffroy/Released) International airmen display agility, skill at Singapore airshow
U.S. Pacific Command personnel joined Airmen from several nations as they kicked off the week-long Singapore International Airshow at Changi International Airport, Singapore, Feb. 16.
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U.S. Air Force, Japan Air Self-Defense Force and Royal Australian Air Force aircraft, fly in formation during a photo exercise at Cope North 15, Feb. 17, 2015, off the coast of Guam. Through training exercises such as Exercise Cope North 15, the U.S., Japan and Australia air forces develop combat capabilities, enhancing air superiority, electronic warfare, air interdiction, tactical airlift and aerial refueling. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jason Robertson/Released) U.S., 5 partner nations to participate in Cope North 2016
The U.S. and six ally and partner nations in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region are scheduled to participate in exercise Cope North 2016 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Feb. 10 through 26.
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(Left to right) Royal Thai air force Air Chief Marshal Treetod Sonjance, Republic of Singapore air force Maj. Gen. Hoo Cher Moo, RSAF chief of air force, and U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Russell Handy, 11th Air Force commander, participate in the opening ceremony of exercise Cope Tiger 2016, Korat RTAF Base, Thailand, Dec. 11, 2015. The purpose of the Pacific Air Forces-sponsored field training exercise is to reinforce current relationships by improving combined readiness and interoperability among military partners in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. (Courtesy photo) Opening ceremony kicks off Cope Tiger 2016 in Thailand
(Left to right) Royal Thai air force Air Chief Marshal Treetod Sonjance, Republic of Singapore air force Maj. Gen. Hoo Cher Moo, RSAF chief of air force, and U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Russell Handy, 11th Air Force commander, participate in the opening ceremony of exercise Cope Tiger 2016, Korat RTAF Base, Thailand, Dec. 11, 2015. The purpose of the
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Cant. John Menezes, 36th Airlift Squadron C-130 pilot, looks down his window while flying a C-130 Hercules through islands near Ettal Atoll, Federated Sates of Micronesia, Dec. 9, 2015, during Operation Christmas Drop. This is a humanitarian aid/disaster relief training event where C-130 aircrews perform low-cost low-altitude airdrops on unsurveyed drop zones while providing critical supplies to 56 islands throughout the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas, Federated States of Micronesia and Republic of Palau. It highlights the U.S. and allied airpower capabilities to orient and respond to activities in peacetime and crisis. In addition to delivering critical supplies to those in need, Operation Christmas Drop provides specific training to U.S. and allied aircrews, enabling theater-wide airpower. (U.S. Air Force photo by Osakabe Yasuo/Released) Operation Christmas Drop showcases HA/DR Training
U.S. Air Force C-130 Hercules crews from Yokota Air Base, Japan, launched the final missions of Operation Christmas Drop 2015 Dec. 15 officially completing this year's operation with 100 percent of bundles on target.   Since Dec. 8, C-130 crews from Yokota's 36th Airlift Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force and Japan Air Self-Defense Force worked
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Locals from the island of Fais recover and carry a low-cost, low-altitude bundle during Operation Christmas Drop 2015. Operation Christmas Drop is the Department of Defense's longest running humanitarian airdrop mission. This year marks the first ever trilateral Operation Christmas Drop where the U.S. Air Force, Japan Air Self-Defense Force and the Royal Australian Air Force work together to provide critical supplies to 56 Micronesian islands. (U.S. Air Force photo by Osakabe Yasuo/Released) USAF delivers hope, goodwill to Fais Island during Operation Christmas Drop
Locals from the island of Fais recover and carry a low-cost, low-altitude bundle during Operation Christmas Drop 2015. Operation Christmas Drop is the Department of Defense's longest running humanitarian airdrop mission. This year marks the first ever trilateral Operation Christmas Drop where the U.S. Air Force, Japan Air Self-Defense Force and the
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36th Airlift Squadron loadmaster and Col. TY Chamberlain, 36th Wing vice-commander, drops a low-cost, low-altitude bundle to Kayangel Atoll, Republic of Palau, Dec. 11, 2015, during Operation Christmas Drop. This year marks the 64th year of Operation Christmas Drop, which began in 1952, and is the first trilateral execution of the event with support from Japan Air Self-Defense Force and Royal Australian Air Force C-130s. (U.S. Air Force photo by Osakabe Yasuo/Released) Airmen deliver supplies to Republic of Palau
36th Airlift Squadron loadmaster and Col. TY Chamberlain, 36th Wing vice-commander, drops a low-cost, low-altitude bundle to Kayangel Atoll, Republic of Palau, Dec. 11, 2015, during Operation Christmas Drop. This year marks the 64th year of Operation Christmas Drop, which began in 1952, and is the first trilateral execution of the event with
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Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Petty Officer 2nd Class Takeshi Murai, 4 Maintenance Squadron, inspects a C-130 Hercules engine during a facility tour at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Dec. 11, 2015. The JMSDF maintainers compared the maintenance conducted at Yokota to their own to help improve processes and efficiency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Cody H. Ramirez/Released) JMSDF members tour Yokota maintenance facilities
Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Petty Officer 2nd Class Takeshi Murai, 4 Maintenance Squadron, inspects a C-130 Hercules engine during a facility tour at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Dec. 11, 2015. The JMSDF maintainers compared the maintenance conducted at Yokota to their own to help improve processes and efficiency. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff
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U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Mark C. Dillon, Pacific Air Forces vice commander, and the Honorable Chung, Doo Un (center), Republic of Korea’s Chairman of the National Assembly Defense Committee, pose for a group photo during Chung’s visit to PACAF’s headquarters, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, Dec. 14, 2015. Chung and Dillon met and discussed U.S. and ROK defense policy issues to strengthen and enhance both nations' capabilities and readiness during crises. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. James Stewart/Released) Pacific Air Forces hosts Republic of Korea National Assembly Defense Committee
U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Mark C. Dillon, Pacific Air Forces vice commander, and the Honorable Chung, Doo Un (center), Republic of Korea’s Chairman of the National Assembly Defense Committee, pose for a group photo during Chung’s visit to PACAF’s headquarters, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, Dec. 14, 2015. Chung and Dillon met and discussed
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