We pride ourselves on being a well-trained and disciplined organization that
employs the best technology with the most competent professionals. We are
ready to protect U.S. Homeland assets on Guam TONIGHT. We are focused on
the mission, we take care of Soldiers and their families, and ensure every
member of the organization is a respected and contributing member of the
Task Force Talon deters, and if deterrence fails, neutralizes TBM threats to
Guam in order to support USPACOM Regional Homeland Defense.
Veiled in darkness, two MH-60 Seahawks cut through the humid night air heading toward a landing zone in an abandoned military building complex.Inside each helicopter, Airmen and Soldiers take deep final breaths attempting to calm their nerves. A crew chief turns his head then alerts everyone onboard
All military operations, from humanitarian to combat, now depend on space. Space operators at a deactivated World War II airstrip taxiway stand ready 24/7 to support these missions.The 21st Space Operations Squadron Detachment 2 members celebrated 50 years of space operations Sept. 17 at Andersen
The 734th Air Mobility Squadron hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the grand opening of the new air freight terminal June 26, 2015, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.The new $35.6 million air freight terminal complex moved closer to the Air Mobility Command parking ramp and includes a
Soldiers from Task Force Talon participated in an esprit de corps run June 12 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The event was held in honor of the Army's 240th Birthday.
When storm clouds roll in, wind speeds increase and rain begins to cover the flightline in a foggy haze, landing aircraft on a small island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean may seem a daunting task.The inclement weather, however, is not a problem for aviators with help from 36th Operations Support
The Navy's Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron 25 (HSC-25) family welcomed home 40 members of its armed helicopter detachment May 11 here after a five-month deployment. The detachment departed Guam Dec. 8, and reported to Naval Air Facility Atsugi, Japan, for shore-based operations. There, they spent
With the utilization of 17 active detector dog teams, 3,400 traps and toxicants, the U.S. Department of Agriculture captured approximately 8,300 brown tree snakes here on Guam last year.According to USDA research, the brown tree snake was accidentally introduced to Guam in the late 1940s or early
Andersen-based U.S. Navy's Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron-25 partnered with Marines from the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit to execute their semi-annual Realistic Urban Training Exercise Jan. 13-15 in Hagatna, Guam.The HSC-25 provided transport to the 31st MEU's Maritime Raid Force as they exercised
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