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During their 120-day rotation, the deployed Airmen generated 130 sorties flying  for 530 hours.  The refuelers supplied 4.9 million pounds of fueld to 153 receivers. (Photo Courtesy of the 509 EARS) Deployed refuelers depart after 120-day rotation
A trip from the United States across the Pacific Ocean is a daunting task especially without aerial refueling support. The 506th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron has provided that support for Andersen the last 120 days and is now poised to return to their home stations. One aircraft departed Thursday, two more are scheduled to leave April 30.
0 4/26
2007
An Advance SEAL Delivery System, a 65-foot nature submarine, is dwarfed by the C-5 Galaxy used to deliver it.  (Below) Airmen from the 734th Air Mobility Squadron helped the aircrew from the 22nd Airlift Squadron off-load the ASDS.  (Photos by Staff Sgt. Patrick Mitchell/36th Communications Squadron) Andersen enables joint mission success
Demonstrating its strategic airlift capability, the Air Force delivered $750 million in equipment and personnel, including a special operations submarine to Guam Monday. The 22nd Airlift Squadron from Travis Air Force Base, Calif., loaded one of their C-5s at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, with the Navy's 200,000-pound Advance SEAL Delivery System, support
0 4/19
2007
Senior Airman Joe Tesznar, 36th Security Forces Squadron electronic security systems noncommissioned officer, monitors CCTV and 'Object Video' display panels.  Photo by Master Sgt. Wes Willand/ 36th SFS) Technology nabs fence jumper
"I need you to exit your vehicle," the 36 Security Forces Defender ordered. "At this time, I am detaining you for illegally entering/exiting the base." Hours earlier, the teenage dependent had jumped the installation fence to meet with friends off-base. Little did he know, but his actions had been monitored by security forces and they were waiting
0 4/19
2007
Capt. Mike Landers, left, and Capt. Richell Martinez, Air Force Assistant Fund coordinators, helped lead the AFAF drive. (Photo by Master Sgt. Ann Bennett/36th Wing Public Affairs) Air Force Assistance Fun volunteers net $42K for charities
The Andersen Air Force Assistance Fund drive received $42,275 exceeding Andersen's potential monetary goal of $25,273 by 67 percent before it ended on April 14. The drive also reached its goal of 200 percent face-to-face contact. That means that AFAF unit project officers contacted everyone twice. The first contact was to say hello and explain
0 4/19
2007
A 554th RED HORSE Squadron member welds an embed for a concrete panel, while a 36th MXS member watches closely. The 554th RED HORSE Squadron and the 36th Maintenance Squadron are working together to accomplish a common goal — the mission. In this particular mission, the 554 RHS needs to use the 36th MXS Metals Technology Shop so they can make metal embeds that will be used for constructing buildings at Northwest Field, the future 554 RHS home. (Photo by Airman Basic Evan Carter/36th Wing Public Affairs) 554 RHS, 36 MXS work together
The 554th RED HORSE Squadron and the 36th Maintenance Squadron are working together to accomplish a common goal -- the mission. Members of the 554 RHS have been utilizing the metals technology shop at the 36 MXS building to weld metal embeds for concrete panels. The panels, which are 20 ft tall and in excess of 20 tons, will be used to connect and
0 4/19
2007
Default Air Force Logo Andersen Fire Department wins Firefighter Heroism Team Award
The Andersen Fire Department won four out of six Pacific Air Force level awards available for fire squadrons in 2006 including the Firefighter Heroism Team Award. The Firefighter Heroism Team Award was awarded to five members for their heroic and lifesaving actions when their water rescue team saved two tourists in November of 2006. "We received a
0 4/10
2007
A B-52 Stratofortress assigned to the 96th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron receives fuel from a KC-135 Stratotanker from the 506th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron March 23. Both units are deployed to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, and flew to Australia last week in support of exercise operations at Australia's Delamere Bombing Range and to provide aerial support for the Australia International Airshow 2007. (U.S. Air Force photo/Capt. Chris Cooper) Andersen B-52s participate in exercise, Australian airshow
Team Andersen Airmen flew to the land 'down under' this week to demonstrate the capability and flexibility of the B-52 Stratofortress bomber to our Australian partners. They completed a series of scheduled Green Lightning exercise sorties at Delamere Bombing Range while also providing aerial flyovers for the Australian International Airshow 2007 in
0 4/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo Stay active -- a child's health begins at home
I remember as a child being sent outside to play in the mornings. I spent the day with my friends running around, riding bikes, climbing trees and only returned home for meals. I was always busy, always on the move; sugary snacks and drinks were a rare treat. That does not seem to be true for today's children. The world has become a busier place
0 4/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo You may make the difference -- countering terrorism requires your help
Only you know who or what belongs -- or doesn't belong -- in your building, neighborhood, or work center. Recognition of this fact is the driving force behind the Air Force's "Eagle Eyes" program. The program has characteristics of a typical neighborhood-watch program, and Air Force officials consider it a key piece in the service' s anti terrorism
0 4/09
2007
Default Air Force Logo Women make their mark in Air Force history
By Airman Alexandria Bland 36th Civil Engineer Squadron During World War II, a group of young women became pioneers in the aviation industry by forming what was known as the Women Airforce Service Pilots or WASP. Those women are now looked upon by many people as heroes and role models because they were the first women in history trained to fly
0 4/09
2007
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