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  • Base power, electricity source shuts down for maintenance

    For the first time in over 23 years, Eielson's Central Heat and Power Plant will be completely shut down June 6 and will restart June 27. The base will be importing power from the local utility of the Golden Valley Electric Association during the scheduled time. The facility is undergoing major maintenance to enhance reliability, said Marty
  • Juvats supply Red Air support to the Marine Corp

    The term "joint operations" in todays military is thought of American service members in Iraq and Afghanistan carrying out the day-to-day mission with service members from different branches of the U.S. military or coalition partners working together in part to the 24-hour news cycle on television. For two units, one in Japan and the other in the
  • Exercise brings Australian, U.S. forces together

    Australian and American forces came together at Hickam Air Force Base and executed part one of Exercise Talisman Saber 2007 the end of May. The two-part exercise, directed by the U.S. Pacific Command and executed every two years, is designed to maintain and strengthen the working relationship between U.S. and Australian forces in the Pacific
  • PACAF takes on TAMI-21 Aircrew Transformation

    To win the Global War on Terror, the Air Force must leverage the skills and capabilities of the Total Force and to do that will require new thinking by Air Force leadership--enter into the picture the Transformational Aircrew Management Initiatives for the 21st Century or TAMI-21. Starting in October 2007, the Air Force will be executing a
  • Hawaii honors military

    Members of Oahu's local community recognized members from all branches of the armed forces today with a luncheon in their honor, and invited General Paul V. Hester, commander of Pacific Air Forces, as the keynote speaker. The event marked the 22nd annual Military Appreciation Month Luncheon put on by the Military Affairs Committee of the Chamber of
  • Forty-sixth Wolf takes command

    The son of a retired Army colonel became the 46th "Wolf" here today in front of Wolf Pack Airmen and various community and military leaders from the Republic of Korea and the United States. Col. Charles "Wolf" Brown assumed command of the 8th Fighter Wing during a change of command at Hanger 3 presided by Lt. Gen. Stephen Wood, 7th Air Force
  • Team Osan cleans up local river

    Members of Team Osan, along with the Republic of Korea (ROK) and Osan branches of the Red Cross, combined forces to collect trash along the banks of the Jin-wi river as well as in the water itself for the Annual Jin-wi River Clean-up. "The goal was to get involved with the local Korean Red Cross who has been cleaning the Jin-wi River, which is next
  • Yokota hosts Pacific Global Air Mobility Seminar

    U.S. Air Force, Royal Australian Air Force and Japan Air Self Defense Force personnel gathered at Yokota Air Base May 17 and 18 to discuss the roles of air mobility and mission capabilities the countries provide to the Pacific region. The Pacific Global Air Mobility Seminar is an office of the Secretary of Defense-directed, U.S. Pacific
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