Pacific Air Forces commander visits Airmen participating in Pacific Iron 21 on Guam and Tinian

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  • By Master Sgt. Richard P. Ebensberger

U.S. Air Force Gen. Ken Wilsbach, Pacific Air Forces commander traveled to Guam and Tinian to meet with Airmen deployed in support of Operation Pacific Iron 21. 

More than 35 aircraft and approximately 800 Airmen from U.S. Pacific Air Forces and Air Combat Command are demonstrating Multi-capable Airmen skills and Agile Combat Employment concepts during simulated air combat scenarios.

ACE is the use of agile operations to generate resilient airpower in a contested environment and is designed to organize, train and equip Airmen to be more agile in operation execution, strategic in deterrence, and more resilient in capabilities.