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  • Team Yokota aids Space Systems Command in historic US-JP space partnership

    Yokota’s very own 374th Mission Support Group and hosted Air Mobility Command unit, the 730th Air Mobility Squadron, assisted the U.S. Space Force Space Systems Command (SSC) to deliver the first of two payloads to be hosted on Japan’s Geo-based Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS), Jan. 17.

  • PACAF command team visits JBER

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Ken Wilsbach, Pacific Air Forces commander, and Chief Master Sgt. David Wolfe, PACAF command chief, and their spouses visited the installation Jan. 4-6, 2023.

  • Eielson begins updates to F-16 fleet

    The 354th Fighter Wing accepted delivery of its first two F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft acquired from Dannelly Field Air National Guard Base, Alabama, January 12, 2023.

  • Breaking Barriers: First Australian Deputy Commander arrives at PACAF

    As PACAF’s Australian Deputy Commander, or DCOM as known in Air Force vernacular, Air Vice-Marshal Newman works alongside U.S. Air Force DCOM counterpart, Lt. Gen. James Jacobson, to assist management of the command and help lead a formidable force of nearly 46,000 people across the Indo-Pacific

  • COMPACAF visits Eielson

    U.S. Air Force Gen. Ken Wilsbach, the Pacific Air Forces commander (right), and Chief Master Sgt. David R. Wolfe, the PACAF command chief (left), received a brief from Maj. Kathryn Stuard, the 354th Civil Engineering Squadron operations flight commander, during a base visit at Eielson Air Force

  • Kadena AB concludes readiness exercise

    Airmen assigned to the 18th Wing recently concluded a routine operational readiness exercise designed to sharpen skills needed to ensure security and stability of the lndo-Pacific in any contested environment. The week-long exercise extensively tested the wing’s ability to rapidly respond to a

  • Alaska Air Guard medical Airmen practice ACE capabilities at Hickam

    ACE – Agile Combat Employment. It’s not just the new buzz word for the U.S. Air Force, it’s an operational concept designed to help give the advantage in the next major conflict. It’s a proactive and reactive operational scheme of maneuver executed within threat timelines to increase survivability