Keeping Aircraft and the Environment clean

Keeping Aircraft and the Environment clean

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Andersen LOADEX

Andersen LOADEX

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B-52 End of an Era

B-52 End of an Era

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36th Maintenance Group Mission

 

The mission of the 36th Maintenance Group is to integrate and employ maintenance professionals to generate and sustain quality aircraft, munitions, and equipment for the 36th Wing in support of Pacific Command and Pacific Air Force taskings, while also enabling the Air Mobility Command mission.

The 36th MXG vision is to strive to become a world-class maintenance organization serving as PACAF's most ready combat capability from U.S. soil.

36th Maintenance Group News

  • Innovation product potentially saves Air Force thousands

    Has there ever been a time at work where a process or piece of equipment just wasn’t cutting it? Imagine this, the average person works about a 40-hour work week. During that time they have to work with a piece of equipment that is 40 years old and gives more issues than solutions. That individual

  • US Air Force Academy grad enhanced interoperability at COPE North 20

    US Air Force 2d Lt Megan Barrick is one of the approximately 2,000 military personnel that honed their skills to increase combat readiness and interoperability during the annual trilateral field training exercise of COPE NORTH 2020, Feb.12-28. Barrick is a Materiel Flight Commander for the 36th

  • Powering the Fight

    “Our shop doesn’t only support the flightline, we support everything from a power outage on base housing to the Air conditioning in the Dog Kennels.”

  • U.S., Australian air forces advance combined capabilities at Darwin

    Two U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortress bombers and approximately 50 Airmen, assigned to the 96th Expeditionary Bomb Squadron, concluded a combined exercise with the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) at RAAF Base Darwin, Australia, Dec. 9, 2018, in support of exercise Lightning Focus.

  • Ready, set, load!

    How long does it take to load a bomb into a B-1B Lancer? An Airman from the 36th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Squadron shares the ins and outs of being a deployed weapons expediter at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.Tech. Sgt. Tyrone Garner, 36th EAMXS weapons expediter, was stationed at Dyess

  • 36th MUNS begins work in brand-new missile facility

    The strength behind air superiority in the Pacific is firepower. Andersen Air Force Base, with its strategic location and Pacific Command’s Continuous Bomber Presence, has the largest stockpile of munitions in the Pacific Air Forces. Andersen Airmen supporting this arsenal hold the grave

  • Air Force deploys first complete Block 16 B-1s to Pacific

    More than 300 Airmen assigned to the 7th Bomb Wing deployed to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, to execute the first-ever Block 16 deployment for the B-1B Lancer Jan. 31. Aircrew, maintenance and support personnel will generate B-1 sorties to demonstrate the continuing U.S. commitment to stability and

  • Maintenance Airmen lock and load B-1 in exercise

    Airmen from the 34th Expeditionary Aircraft Maintenance Unit participated in a B-1B Lancer munitions loading exercise Sept. 29, at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. LOADEX is held monthly at wings across the Air Force to maintain munition load crews knowledge and proficiency. “LOADEX is a weapons

  • B-1 bomber officially takes over CBP mission

    The B-1B Lancer officially replaced the B-52 Stratofortress in support of U.S. Pacific Command’s Continuous Bomber Presence mission Aug. 15, during a Transfer of Authority ceremony.

  • Andersen receives B-52 Stratofortress

    A B-52 Stratofortress from Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, arrived June 2, at Andersen AFB, Guam. The aircraft is deployed in support of U.S. Pacific Command’s Continuous Bomber Presence operations. This forward deployed presence demonstrates continuing U.S. commitment to stability and security

  • Into thin air: liquid oxygen keeps pilots flying

    As an aircraft reaches a higher altitude, the air pressure decreases, sometimes leaving aircrews little air to breathe. When this happens, pilots and crew members are able to utilize the liquid oxygen provided by Airmen from the 36th Maintenance Squadron, thus enabling them to complete the

  • Ground equipment maintainers support flightline missions

    Airmen assigned to the 36th Maintenance Squadron Aerospace Ground Equipment Flight are responsible for a variety of essential equipment that helps keep the B-52 Stratofortress and other aircraft here operational.From bomb-loading lifts and munitions trailers to generators that provide aircraft and