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  • 36th Operations Support Squadron

    Mission:Air and space advocates providing the warfighter with operational resources and flight mission materials needed to project airpower in the Pacific area of responsibility during peacetime, contingency, and war.The 36th Operations Support Squadron controls, directs and manages the aerodrome at Andersen and develops, coordinates and publishes
  • 337th Air Support Flight

    Mission: The Mission of the 337th Air Support Flight (ASUF) is to act as the in-country administrator and supervisor for the USAF Pacific Personnel Exchange Program. Additionally, the 337th ASUF provides logistical support to all Air Force, Army, Navy, Marines and DoD civilian personnel as well as administratively support USAF active duty and
  • 36th Wing

    As the host unit at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, the 36th Wing mission is to provide a US-based lethal warfighting platform for the employment, deployment, reception and throughput of air and space forces in the Asia-Pacific region. The wing comprises the 36th Operations Group, 36th Mission Support Group, 36th Maintenance Group, 36th Medical
  • HSC-25 history

    Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWENTY-FIVE (HSC-25) was initially established as Helicopter Combat Support Squadron FIVE (HC-5) at NAS Agana, Guam on 03 FEB 1984. As the "Providers", HC-5 flew the H-46D "Sea Knight," moving to Andersen AFB in 1996 after NAS Agana was closed. Redesignated as the "Island Knights" on 21 APR 2005, HSC-25 provides
  • HSC-25 Links

    A All Hands (Magazine of the U.S. Navy) Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) Asan Beach Memorial Assignment Guam B Bureau of Medicine and Surgery Bureau of Naval Personnel C Center for Navy Career Development Coast Guard Sector Guam Commander, Naval Air Force, U.S. Pacific Fleet Commander, Naval Installations Commander, Naval Station Pearl
  • Education

    Schools in Guam Active-duty military members, and federal employees hired from the U.S. with return rights, may chose to enroll their children in Department of Defense Education Activity Schools, Guam public schools, private schools or may choose to home school. However, if parents chose to enroll their children in any schools other than DoDEA,
  • HSC-25 Newcomers Services

    Andersen Clinic The 36th Medical Group Clinic is the primary source of health care at Andersen. The clinic provides the full range of services you would expect from a small community outpatient doctor's office, and will meet 90 percent of a person's health care needs, from infancy to old age. This includes pediatric and adolescent care, prenatal
  • HSC-25 Welcome

    Welcome Aboard - Skipper Dear ISLAND KNIGHT, Hafa Adai. Welcome to Guam and to Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWENTY-FIVE (HSC-25), home of the world famous "ISLAND KNIGHTS." Congratulations! You are joining the Navy's premier helicopter squadron. Welcome to the team! Our squadron deploys helicopter detachments to conduct Sea Combat operations in
  • HSC-25 Mission, Vision, Guiding Principles

    MISSION To deploy helicopter detachments to conduct Sea Combat operations in support of the Fleet and our National Defense; and to provide logistics, search and rescue, force protection, and disaster response support to the Territory of Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. VISION To be recognized as the U. S. Navy's premiere Helicopter Sea Combat
  • HSC-25 insignia

    Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron TWENTY FIVE was established on 21 April 2005 upon the disestablishment of Helicopter Combat Support Squadron FIVE (HC-5). Originally commisioned on 03 February 1984, HC-5 developed a reputation for exceptional service and support to Fifth and Seventh Fleets and the Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands. The HSC-25