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  • Security forces members return from successful deployment

    Eight members of the 36th Security Forces Squadron returned from an eight month deployment at Camp Bucca, Iraq, recently. Patrolmen, Airman 1st Class Christopher Baughman and Senior Airman Aaron Woodson, were among the Airmen deployed from Andersen. While assigned to the 886th Expeditionary Security

  • Team Andersen honors POW/MIAs in 24-hour run, retreat ceremony

    A formation of Team Andersen members rendered salute to the U.S. flag as "The Star-Spangled Banner" resounded at 5 p.m. Sept. 20 at the Arc Light Memorial. After ordering arms, under Guam's rainy sky, members of the 734th Air Mobility Squadron selflessly kicked off the third annual POW/MIA 24-hour

  • Officials respond to incident at Andersen’s main gate

    Andersen security forces, explosive ordnance disposal members, fire department and Guam Police Department responded to an incident at Andersen Air Force Base today. Marine Corps Drive was closed for approximately one hour as the situation was being contained. The event is under investigation, and

  • Combined Federal Campaign 2007 begins Oct. 1

    The Combined Federal Campaign Kick-Off event is scheduled for Oct. 1 from 1:30 to 2 p.m. at the Top of the Rock ballroom. The event will be an opportunity to join Brig. Gen. Owens and other Team Andersen leadership for the beginning of this year's campaign, said 1st Lt. Jason Schenck, 36th

  • October is Family Violence Awareness Month

    Every October, National Domestic Violence Awareness Month is observed across the country. It is part of a general campaign to help communities become more educated about the reality that violence takes place within family or intimate relationships.Domestic violence happens to children, girlfriends,

  • Deployers mark 60th Anniversary, successful deployment

    The two lines of battle square off on the appointed field of honor during a warm, humid and sultry evening here. As the tropical moon peeks through the rolling clouds, which are moving out to sea after the evening thundershower, the standing water evaporates like steam around the opposing forces.

  • Inert weapons dropped for first time in Koa Lightning exercise

    The 20th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron here went "wheels up" for exercise Koa Lightning Sept.16 and 17. But this exercise is a little different than previous Koa Lightnings. For the first time, bomber aircrews dropped ordnance. "Dropping inert munitions over the bombing range in Hawaii is a tremendous

  • Andersen Airman nominated for PACAF award

    A 554th RED HORSE Squadron member has been selected as Pacific Air Force's nominee for the 2007 Lance P. Sijan USAF Leadership Award. Master Sgt. David Corbett, a cantonments supervisor, received the nomination for his critical contribution to the 554 RHS' move from Osan Air Base, Korea to

  • Deployed Airman killed in vehicle accident

    An Airman deployed from the 36th Contracting Squadron was killed Sept. 9 when a vehicle she was riding in crashed five kilometers south of Pristina Air Base, Kosovo. Airman 1st Class Portica Beckton was one of four servicemembers riding in the vehicle when it slid from the road and overturned. The

  • 20th EBS supports coastal cleanup

    The B-52 Stratofortress is a long-range bomber capable of performing a variety of missions to support the U.S. and her allies. The Airmen that fly it demonstrated they're capable of diverse missions, as well. Eight members of the 20th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron left their B-52s idle Sept. 15 and