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  • 18th MDG gets new commander

    A new commander took the reins of the largest outpatient clinic in Pacific Air Forces in a ceremony here June 22. Col. Frederick L. Schaefer took command of the 18th Medical group from Col. Kelley Kash, who retired the same day after 23 years of service. "It's truly an honor to be taking command of the 18th Medical Group," said Colonel Schaefer.
  • Open House 2007

  • Iceman Team "Soars into Solstice"

    Engines roared, voices soared and pyrotechnics blazed as the Iceman Team played host to the 2007 Soaring into Solstice Open House June 23 here. Around 20,000 visitors witnessed F-16 and A-10 aerobatic displays, simulated U.S. Army helicopter airfield attacks and the end of an era in Alaskan aviation - all of which combined to broadcast the message
  • Buddy Wing Program improves communication at Kunsan

    Members of the 35th Fighter Squadron and the 155th Fighter Squadron from Junwon Air Base, teamed up for a Buddy Wing Program exercise Wednesday through Friday here. The purpose of the Buddy Wing Program is to exchange ideas, introduce tactics and improve interoperability between the U.S. Air Force and the Republic of Korea fighter
  • Out with the old, in with the new

    Replacing cold war munitions with the latest weaponry was the focus of a U.S. Transportation Command exercise here, June 21-22. The Turbo Containerized Ammunition Distribution System 07, also known as TURBOCADS, tested munitions units from Okinawa, Guam, Sasebo and South Korea. In Okinawa, military units conducted a joint service exercise to help
  • Maintaining the mission

    In the United States Air Force some of our duties consist of defending air operations and providing humanitarian aid in time of need, but without aircraft maintainers these missions would not succeed. At Yokota Air Base the 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron provides maintenance support to 14 assigned C-130E/H, 4 UH-1N and 3 C-21 aircraft. They
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