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  • 734 AMS keeps C-17s ready after Joint Forcible Entry Operation Exercise

    Multiple C-17 Globemasters appeared in the early-morning sky over Andersen Air Force Base carrying hundreds of paratroopers that flew directly from Joint Base Elemendorf-Richardson (JBER), Alaska, June 30. Paratroopers from the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, United States Army Alaska, parachuted onto Guam as part of Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise. To receive the paratroopers and the aircraft once they arrived on the ground were the men and women of the 734th Air Mobility Squadron (AMS).
  • Team Andersen welcomes Brig. Gen. Sloane as new Commander

    The 36th Wing bid farewell to Brig. Gen. Gentry W. Boswell, and welcomed Brig. Gen. Jeremy T. Sloane during a change of command ceremony July 8.
  • Andersen updates COVID-19 mitigation measures

    Effective immediately, Brig. Gen. Gentry Boswell, 36th Wing commander, has directed the following measures in response to COVID-19.
  • Army airborne task force descends into Guam

    Paratroopers from the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (Airborne), 25th Infantry Division, United States Army Alaska, parachuted onto Guam early in the morning as part of their Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska today.
  • Andersen Air Force Base to Host Military Exercise

    Andersen Air Force Base (AFB) is scheduled to host a U.S. military training exercise in the coming days. The training exercise will consist of several military aircraft operating in the airspace near Andersen AFB and A. B. Won Pat International Airport.
  • Deployed service members test positive for COVID-19

    Seven service members that deployed to Andersen AFB on May 25, were confirmed positive with COVID-19. Upon arrival, members of the deployed unit were lodged at Guam Reef Hotel in Tumon and received medical checks.
  • 36th Wing Conducts Active Shooter, Hostage-Negotiations Exercise

    Airmen conducted an exercise to build trust between counterparts, test hostage-negotiations proficiencies and display around-the-clock response posture.
  • Summary Court Office Announcement: Airman 1st Class Christopher H. Fay

    Brig. Gen. Gentry Boswell, 36th Wing commander, regretfully announces the death of Airman 1st Class Christopher H. Fay, 36th Logistic Readiness Squadron.
  • COPE North Rapid Airfield Damage Recovery (RADR)

    If our military history has taught us anything, it is this: war, and how we defeat our enemies, evolves over time. As our global adversaries develop new tactics and weaponry, and engage in long-term strategies to usurp U.S. national security, our National Defense Strategy requires us to meet these threats head-on to protect what matters most – our freedom. We must train to develop agile, innovative, and ready Airmen Engineers who are prepared to tackle a complex global environment. Exercises like COPE North 2020, held at Andersen AFB, give participants the opportunity to train in a joint environment, testing combat readiness and simulating a real-world situation. This trilateral field training exercise incorporates joint and combined U.S. Pacific Air Forces with participants from the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Japan Air Self-Defense Force (JASDF), and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).
  • Senate confirms Brown to be 22nd Air Force chief of staff on unanimous vote

    The U.S. Senate confirmed Gen. Charles Q. Brown Jr., June 9, to be the 22nd Air Force chief of staff, clearing the way for the decorated pilot and experienced commander to become the first African American in history to lead a branch of the U.S. military as its highest-ranking officer.