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  • Military Family Month: Dual military couples

    From the U.S. Marine Corps to the Alaska Air National Guard personnel specialists they are today, two master sergeants assigned to the 176th Force Support Flight at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, have taken on one of the biggest challenges of all by being dual-military spouses.
  • Small Post Office has Big Impact in Australia

    With a mission covering more than 3 million square miles, it is no small task for Pacific Air Forces Air Postal Squadron Detachment 4 to keep the mail flowing throughout Australia.
  • 109th Airlift Wing supports U.S. Antarctic Program

    Pacific Air Forces operates on a 24-hour basis to provide complete joint operational and logistic support for the National Science Foundation-managed U.S. Antarctic Program (USAP). Operation DEEP FREEZE is the U.S. military’s contribution to the civilian-managed USAP.
  • Andersen conducts fuel spill exercise

    The 36th Wing Inspector General team conducted a fuel spill exercise at the split of Arc Light Boulevard and Carolines Avenue here on Nov. 6 at 8:30 a.m.
  • Reserve-Reserve-Reserve-Guard

    The Island of Guam is known for its spacious beaches, snorkeling, its hospitality and rich culture: what most travelers are looking for. What most people don’t know is that Guam is extremely patriotic. So much so that one of every four citizens of Guam will most likely serve in the armed forces in either Active Duty status, the reserves or the National Guard.
  • Tough as Lightning

    Capt. Jacob Stawski, now 69th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron electronic warfare officer, said he would never forget his first flight.
  • Pacific Air Forces Airmen participate in Junior Enlisted Leadership Forum in Canada

    Thirty-one service members from eight nations met for the Junior Enlisted Leadership Forum at the 17 Wing, Winnipeg, Canada October 21 - 25.
  • Making history: US Air Force pilots fly F-35Bs aboard USS America

    Hundreds of Marines and sailors embarked aboard the amphibious assault ship USS America. Among the sea of naval warriors stood two service members who see the sky as home.
  • Friends devote decades to Honor Guard

    It’s almost a universal phenomenon, knowing that some of life’s best experiences seem to come-and-go at the blink of an eye. Teenagers create unforgettable friendships and memories over a few short years in high school, as do some young adults who pursue a college education. Perhaps it’s even rarer for people to work side-by-side for decades on end. Two such friends in the Hawaii Air National Guard found just that while serving in a prestige organization, which spanned the greater half of their careers - as members of the Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) Honor Guard.
  • Teaching future leaders

    Airman Leadership School is a transitional period for many young Airman working toward gaining a leadership role in the Air Force. Leadership is a learned trait, and the Air Force ensures all Airmen get a crash course in what it means to be a leader.