• Firefighters conduct multilateral aircraft training during Cope North 24

    Members of the U.S. Air Force, Japan Air Self-Defense Force and Royal Australian Air Force pose for a photo during Cope North 24 on Pacific Regional Training Center-Andersen, Feb. 14, 2024. Cope North enhances U.S. relationships and interoperability with our regional Allies and partners by providing

  • High Frequency communication is not a lost art

    U.S. Air Force members from the 644th Combat Communications Squadron focus on communicating with Germany during Cope North 24 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, Feb. 9, 2024. 1st Combat Communications Squadron from Ramstein Air Base, Germany, and the 644th Combat Communications Squadron from Andersen

  • Interoperable through the ranks for Cope North 24

    Cope North 24 (CN24) completed its first full weeks of operations, focusing on integrating commanders and junior enlisted alike.This is the first time that Allies and partners are more than just participants - they are leading the exercise in a trilateral command structure. The coalition is led by

  • USAF and Allies conduct Cope North 24 Training in Tinian

    The Pacific Air Forces’ largest, multinational exercise Cope North recently kicked off in the Northern Mariana Islands for its most robust iteration to date. Originally held in Okinawa, Japan, and moving to Guam in 1978, Cope North 24 has etched a new chapter into the long history of this exercise

  • Pacific Defender 2024

    Members of the 736th Security Forces Squadron, Japan Air Self Defense Force, Royal Canadian Air Force and the Royal Australian Air Force perform tactical movements and various trainings during Pacific defender on Pacific Regional Training Center, Guam, Jan. 30 - Feb. 3, 2024. Pacific Defender is a