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  • Red Flag-Alaska 18-1 begins late April

    Red Flag-Alaska 18-1, a Pacific Air Forces-sponsored exercise designed to provide realistic training in a simulated combat environment is scheduled to begin April 26 with primary flight operations over the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex scheduled through May 11.
  • U.S., Philippine forces improve interoperability through bilateral training

    By invitation of the government of the Philippines, U.S. and Philippine armed forces will conduct subject matter expert exchanges at various military installations throughout the Philippines, 23 April-4 May, 2018. U.S. Air Force Airmen will participate in exchanges that will cover command and control tactics and humanitarian assistance and disaster
  • Sprinting into a healthier future

    The physical fitness of our service members is paramount to the ability of the Department of Defense to execute its mission across the globe. Andersen’s 36th Medical Operations Squadron Physical Therapy Team is ensuring that Team Andersen is more than ready for anything that may come their way. Maj. Elizabeth Liebner, 36th MDOS Physical Therapy
  • Holocaust Remembrance: Forgiveness overcomes hate

    The National Socialist German Worker’s Party, led by Adolf Hitler, systematically exterminated between six and nine million European Jews in concentration camps throughout their regime beginning in 1933. By 1945, more than 11 million people in total are estimated to have been murdered by the Nazis. More than 70 years later, Osan Air Base remembers the lives of the Jewish people who perished under the brutal dictatorship.
  • U.S., Indonesia Airmen Talks Enhance Interoperability

    Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) hosted the Indonesian air force leadership here to discuss the continued partnership and integration of both air forces during Airman-to-Airman (A2A) talks April 11 - 12.
  • JBER conducts semiannual exercise Polar Force 18-5

    Personnel of 673d Air Base Wing, 3rd Wing, and 477th Fighter Group participated in Polar Force 18-5, an operational readiness exercise conducted semiannually to test Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson’s readiness, April 2 to 13.
  • Friendship on display: Misawa Airmen celebrate 31st Japan Day

    Japan Day takes place April 14 at the Tohoku Enlisted Club to foster and maintain good relations between American and Japanese citizen of Misawa through cross-cultural activities.
  • U.S., Australian forces wrap up Enhanced Air Cooperation exercise

    Cruising at altitude, hidden from sight by distance, Air Force bomber crews have the birds-eye view of the battlefield.   Whether in the mountains of Afghanistan or desert plains, when operating close to friendly forces on the ground, the teams rely on the help from liaison officers who are up-close to the target and can guide them.   To practice
  • NZ Demonstration Team Excursion Comes to Close

    The Pacific Air Forces’ F-16 Fighting Falcon and C-17 Globemaster III demonstration teams depart Canterbury after a week of training and flying for the Warbirds Over Wanaka (WOW) International Airshow 2018 at Wanaka, New Zealand, April 3, 2018.“New Zealanders are very professional, they did a great job,” said Maj. Richard Smeeding, Pacific Air
  • U.S. forces integrate with Australian during EAC at RAAF base Darwin

    U.S. Army Capt. Craig Osbeck, 5th Battlefield Coordination Detachment ground liaison officer stands for a photo with a B-52 Stratofortress assigned to the 20th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron during Enhanced Air Cooperation (EAC) exercise 18-2 at Royal Australian Air Force Base, Darwin, Australia, April 5, 2018. Osbeck provides guidance and advice on
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