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  • Airmen to teach English through USO

    This spring Osan will start a new program to help improve English language skills in Korean children by allowing them to spend time with Airmen in their school classrooms. Units on base will adopt a school and Airmen will have the chance to teach two Saturday classes per month for an entire semester using a program created by the United Services
  • First F-22 Raptor bound for Pacific finishes construction

    Representatives from the U.S. Air Force and Lockheed Martin gathered, Feb 12, 2007, to see and accept the Pacific Air Forces' first F-22. This latest F-22 will be among 36 others who will make up the first Raptors in the Pacific Theater assigned to PACAF at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. Alaskan Senator Ted Stevens said that the Raptor will play
  • Street music provides taste of Black Culture

    Iceman Team members will be treated to a singularly unique art form in celebration of Black History Month at 6 p.m. tonight at the Yukon Club, as BASE 24/7 and the African American Heritage Committee host the first-ever Eielson Poetry Slam. One of the poetry slam's acts is a trio of musicians who will be performing street music with their own
  • Planning critical to Red Flag-Alaska success

    Coalition and U.S. forces are in need of a realistic training environment for their pilots, aircrews and support personnel and Red Flag-Alaska provides some of the most realistic training on earth. Coordinating this training is the responsibility of the 353rd Combat Training Squadron personnel, who plan and prepare each Red Flag-Alaska exercise.
  • Leaders discuss reshaping of logistics

    Airmen and civilian logistics leaders throughout Pacific Air Forces gathered for a two-week conference to discuss the reshaping and recapitalization of the logistics community using Air Force Smart Operations for the 21st Century initiatives. Air Force Logistics covers a wide range of services including aircraft maintenance, supply, providing spare
  • Keen Edge forges bilateral cooperation

    Approximately 300 Airmen and six Japan Air Self Defense Force liaison officers are participating in the bilateral command post exercise Keen Edge 07 here. The 13th Air Force is conducting its part of the annual weeklong joint bilateral exercise to increase combat readiness and interoperability with the JASDF. The U.S. Forces Japan-led exercise is
  • 18th LRS Fuels Management Flight awarded back-to-back recognition

    When the 18th Logistics Readiness Squadron Fuels Management Flight won the 2005 Raymond H. Gross Award for Best Fuels Management Operation in Pacific Air Forces, they tried to think of ways to improve their already exceptional program. They found a way when they won the award for the second year in a row, making them the only fuels management
  • 33rd RQS, Navy participate in joint helo training

     Members from the 33rd Rescue Squadron and the Navy's Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron Fourteen tested each other's capabilities by practicing search and rescue tactics during a joint combat search and rescue exercise Jan. 29 to Feb. 1. The purpose of the four-day training exercise was to compare rescue tactics between the two branches and learn
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