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  • Osan firefighters train ROK, US soldiers during exercise

    Firefighters from the 51st Civil Engineer Squadron assisted Joint Security Area service members with rescue tools and safety precautions during a joint exercise April 8, here. Republic of Korea and U.S. Army members practiced search and recovery techniques after a simulated aircraft crash north of the Korean Demilitarized Zone.
  • USAF, Philippine army build school during Exercise Balikatan 2016

    During Exercise Balikatan 2016, members with the U.S. Air Force and Philippine Army continue to build at the Jaena Norte Elementary School in Capiz, Philippines. The construction project is one of many taking place during this year's exercise, designed to improve the quality of life for local community and strengthen the bond between the two
  • Yokota, JASDF complete AE familiarization missions

    U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 459th Airlift Squadron hosted aeromedical evacuation familiarization for crew members with the Japan Air Self-Defense Force, March 30 at Yokota Air Base.
  • JASDF airmen train with Team Kadena firefighters

    A 64-mile long, ten-mile wide island occupied by 1.4 million souls leaves zero margin for error with Japanese and U.S. aircraft in the event of an inflight emergency requiring immediate landing procedures.
  • PACAF, JASDF team up for NCO Exchange Program

    The 374th Airlift Wing has taken a proactive step to enhance that relationship by hosting JASDF Airmen as they took part in the 16th Annual NCO Exchange Program, March 15 through 24, at Yokota Air Base.
  • PACAF, Sri Lanka Air Force cement partnership with Key Leader Engagement

    Gen. Lori J. Robinson, Pacific Air Forces commander, has provided a strategic vision for the command, encompassing what she declares “The Four P’s” -- Partnership, Presence, Power Projection and People. The dedicated men and women of Pacific Air Forces have the honor of translating this strategy into operational and tactical realities.
  • Cope Tiger 2016 concludes

    Months of planning and two weeks of flying and working side-by-side, came to an end for the participants of the 22nd iteration of Exercise Cope Tiger 16, during a closing ceremony, held here March 18.
  • Pacific Agility concludes at Andersen AFB

    After spending a week sharing logistics and maintenance techniques, military members from nine nations concluded the Pacific Agility 16-1 subject-matter expert exchange March 17, 2016, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.The program is a Pacific Air Forces engagement designed to establish integrated logistics cooperation with selected
  • Subject-matter exchange enhances partnerships, interoperability in Pacific

    For the first time, subject-matter experts from nine nations in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region came to Andersen Air Force Base for a four-day program designed to enhance and integrate logistical capabilities. Pacific Agility 16-1, a U.S. Pacific Command multilateral subject-matter expert exchange led by Pacific Air Forces, intends to promote regional
  • Exercise Cope Tiger 2016 enhances capabilities through team work

    Readiness and continued development of multilateral interoperability remains a key priority for Indo-Asia-Pacific partners participating in the 22nd year of Exercise Cope Tiger, a joint multilateral field training exercise that began here March 7.