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U.S. Air Force and Royal Australian Air Force safety experts pose for a group photo during U.S. Pacific Command's annual Asia-Pacific Aviation Safety Subject Matter Expert Exchange (APASS) in Sydney, Australia. APASS creates a forum for discussing a wide range of aviation safety issues, sharing aviation safety concepts, tools, and techniques; and facilitates trust, cooperation and interoperability in an effort to improve aviation safety standards amongst Indo-Asia-Pacific nations.   (Courtesy photo) U.S., Australia Air Forces host safety exchange
"Safety is a unifying, borderless and meaningful venture for everyone,” stated U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Andrew Mueller, chief of safety, during his opening remarks at U.S. Pacific Command’s annual Asia-Pacific Aviation Safety Subject Matter Expert Exchange (APASS) in Sydney, Australia.
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Koku-Jieitai 2nd Lt. Kanako Kitada, left, a 2nd Air Wing Air Traffic Control Squadron air traffic controller, poses with three U.S. Airmen in the Chitose Air Base air traffic control tower during a tour and mission briefing as part of a 10-day U.S.-Japan Bilateral Career Training at Chitose Air Base, Japan, April 15, 2017. The ATC controls aircraft for both the Kokujieitai and commercial airport with runways on both sides of the tower. Kitada said it can get very busy when both the base and the airport are launching aircraft simultaneously. She added she loves her job and enjoyed sharing her mission with the U.S. Airmen visiting from Misawa Air Base, Japan. Koku-Jieitai is the traditional term for Japan Air Self Defense Force used by the Japanese. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Benjamin W. Stratton) U.S., Japanese Airmen enhance partnership during bilateral training
Airmen with the 35th Fighter Wing from Misawa Air Base flew to Chitose Air Base on the island of Hokkaido April 11-20 for a U.S.-Japan Bilateral Career Training specifically designed to bring the two nation’s air forces closer as allies and friends.
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A Republic of Singapore Air Force service member marshalls an F-15SG April 10, 2017, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The RSAF is deployed here to conduct bilateral training for aircrew and maintenance personnel to sharpen their skills and strengthen ties with partners in the Pacific. (U.S. Air Force/Airman 1st Class Gerald R. Willis) U.S., Singapore Air Forces strengthen ties through training
Fourteen U.S. Air Force F-15 Eagles aircraft from Kadena Air Base, Japan, and six Republic of Singapore Air Force F-15SG’s deployed to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, April 19, in support of Exercise Vigilant Ace.
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Lt. Col. Matthew Kenkel, the 14th Fighter Squadron director of operations inspects the exhaust nozzle and augmenter area of an F-16 Fighting Falcon prior to the start of of a bilateral exercise at Misawa Air Base Japan, April 19, 2017. The regularly scheduled exercise has been planned for several months. It is another key opportunity for the Air Force and Japan Air Self- Defense Forces to practice combat capabilities together. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Melanie A. Hutto) U.S., Japan strengthen combat capabilities during bilateral exercise
Misawa's Wild Weasels and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force (Koku-Jieitai) strengthened their combat capabilities during a large force bilateral exercise, April 16 to 21.
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Former University of Hawaii (UH) head football coach June Jones speaks with Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) senior leaders during the PACAF hosted commander's conference at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, April 26, 2017. At UH, Jones guided the Rainbow Warriors to what was the biggest single-season turnaround in NCAA history, taking a program that had gone 0-12 before his arrival to 9-4 in 1999, leaving the school as the winningest head coach with a 76-41 record over nine seasons. The three-day conference included a wide variety of topics and several guest speakers, preparing leaders in PACAF to remain poised to retain a competitive advantage in the evolving Pacific theater. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Kamaile Chan) Pacific Air Forces senior leaders discuss future of warfighting in Indo-Asia-Pacific region
"I think that America’s future security and economic prosperity are indelibly linked to the Indo-Asia-Pacific region,” said Navy Adm. Harry B. Harris, Jr., the commander of U.S. Pacific Command, during his testimony before the House Armed Services Committee April 26.
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(April 27, 2017) - A Republic of Korea Air Force F-15K Slam Eagles from the 11th Fighter Squadron, Daegu Air Base, ROK, takes off during Exercise MAX THUNDER 17 at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 27, 2017. In Max Thunder, U.S. and ROK air forces consistently train together to be ready around-the-clock to defend the Republic of Korea. The interoperability and trust developed between the allies in training is critical to ensure U.S and ROK are prepared for any challenge. Max Thunder improves mutual understanding, cooperation between U.S., ROK forces
U.S. Marines with Marine Attack Squadron (VMA) 311 concluded Exercise MAX THUNDER 17 with U.S. and Republic of Korea (ROK) Air Force units at Kunsan Air Base, ROK, April 27.
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United States Air Force Maj. Anna Fedotova, 8th Medical Operation Squadron mental health flight chief, and a Republic of Korea Air Force medical airman work together to bandage a ROKAF airman’s head during a mass casualty exercise at Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, April 19, 2017. U.S. and ROK airmen conducted the training to evaluate their ability to communicate and operate through a MASCAL situation. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Colville McFee/Released) U.S., Korean Airmen strengthen medical skills during exercise
U.S. Airmen assigned to the 8th Medical Group and Republic of Korea Air Force medical airmen participated in a simulated multiple casualty exercise April 19.
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U.S. and Republic of Korea Airmen lift a rapid-runway repair fiberglass mat during the U.S./ROK Combined Airfield Damage Repair Exercise at Daegu Air Base, April 20, 2017. For five days, U.S. and ROK Airmen repaired damaged runway sections sharing techniques, strengthening bonds and forging friendships between the two allied countries. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Alex Fox Echols III) U.S., South Korean Airmen repair runway during exercise
Sounds of big machinery and shovels moving earth echoed as U.S. and Republic of Korea Civil Engineer Airmen worked side by side during the Combined Airfield Damage Repair Exercise, April 17-20.
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A makeshift rescue team of Okinawan veterinarians and personnel from the 18th Security Forces Squadron and 18th Force Support Squadron slowly carry an injured dwarf sperm whale to a crane April 17, 2017, at Kadena Marina, Japan. The dwarf sperm whale is the smallest species of whale. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Omari Bernard/Released) Okinawa Citizens team up with Kadena Airmen to rescue whale
A battered and bruised whale stranded on the beach April 17, at Kadena Marina is now in stable condition and under the medical care of the Churaumi Aquarium thanks to the efforts of a rescue team of good Samaritans, veterinarians, and personnel assigned to the 18th Force Support Squadron and the 18th Security Forces Squadron here.
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An F-16 Fighting Falcon assigned to the 36th Fighter Squadron takes off for a training mission during Exercise Beverly Herd 17-1 at Osan Air Base, Republic of Korea, March 1, 2017. The exercise provided the fighter Squadrons at Osan the chance to practice a large amount of dynamic firepower training in a short period of time. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Victor J. Caputo) U.S. and ROK Air Forces kick off exercise Max Thunder 17
Exercise Max Thunder 17, a large-scale exercise designed to enhance the interoperability of U.S. and Republic of Korea Air Forces, kicked of here, April 17.
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