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A Hellenic air force F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter aircraft from the 343rd Fighter Squadron lands on the flightline January 26, 2015, at Souda Bay, Greece. The aircraft flew during training operations as part of a flying training deployment between the Greek and U.S. air forces. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Joe W. McFadden) US, Greece reinforce proven partnership through airpower
Over the clear blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea, the U.S. and Greek air forces continue bilateral flying training missions here.
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Army National Guard Soldiers wait in the cargo hold of a C-17 Globemaster III cargo aircraft before taking off for a training jump Jan. 23, 2015, in Austin, Texas. The Soldiers jumped from the aircraft using a static line method which deploys their chutes immediately as they exit the aircraft. The Soldiers are from the 1st Battalion, 143rd Infantry Regiment. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Nathan Clark) Altus AFB assists with Army National Guard jump training
Even with the noise of the aircraft flying 1,000 feet above the ground, the mood is quiet. "Six minutes!" yells Staff Sgt. Laura Bourdlais, a 58th Airlift Squadron loadmaster, before she opens the side door revealing the lights of San Antonio, Texas, in the distance.
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Bangladeshi commandos jump from a U.S. Air Force C-130H aircraft over a drop zone Jan. 24, 2015 during exercise Cope South near Sylhet, Bangladesh. The exercise is a Pacific Air Forces-sponsored, bilateral tactical airlift exercise conducted in Bangladesh, with a focus on cooperative flight operations, day and night low-level navigation, tactical airdrop, and air-land missions as well as subject-matter expert exchanges in the fields of operations, maintenance and rigging disciplines. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Jake Bailey) Cope South 15 launches in Bangladesh
U.S. Air Force and Bangladesh air force (BAF) personnel took to the sky Jan. 24, for the launch of exercise Cope South 15, a Pacific Air Forces-sponsored, bilateral tactical airlift exercise at BAF Base Bangabandhu, Bangladesh.
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Bob Fick explains the functions of communications equipment in a launch control center trainer Jan. 20, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. Fick uses the trainer to familiarize 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron Airmen with how they will work in the missile field. Fick is a 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron missile satellite instructor. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Dillon Johnston) 341st MMXS missile communications train for field
When it comes to ensuring the U.S.'s intercontinental ballistic missiles are ready at a moment's notice, an essential piece to the puzzle is proper maintenance on its communications network. This is where the 341st Missile Maintenance Squadron Missile Communications training section comes into play.
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Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody speaks to Airmen during an all call Jan. 26, 2015 at the 65th Air Base Wing, Lajes Field, Azores, Portugal . Cody is currently on a tour of bases within the United States Air Forces in Europe command to express his gratitude to Airmen, listen to their concerns and answer their questions. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Zachary Wolf) CMSAF visits Lajes, engages with Airmen
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force James A. Cody and his wife, retired Chief Master Sgt. Athena Cody, made a stop at Lajes Field, Azores, during a tour of remote locations across U.S. Air Forces in Europe, Jan. 26.
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Tech. Sgt. Robert Richards and Airman 1st Class Benjamin Vlietstra  look over a guided missile maintenance platform motor Jan. 21, 2015, at Malmstrom Air Force Base, Mont. All 17 of the 341st Missile Wing’s GMMPs -- also known as work cages -- were available for service Jan. 14, ensuring that missile maintenance in Minuteman III launch facilities stays on schedule. Richards is a mechanical and pneudraulics section team chief and team trainer, and Vlietstra is a power, refrigeration and electrical laboratory technician with the 341st Maintenance Operations Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/John Turner) MAPS, PREL achieve all work cages ready for duty
All 17 of the 341st Missile Wing's guided missile maintenance platforms (GMMP) became available for field use Jan. 14, according to Lt. Col. John Briner, the 341st Missile Operations Squadron commander. This feat is unprecedented in recent memory.
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Default Air Force Logo When severe winter weather threatens U.S. the Hurricane Hunters are there
The Hurricane Hunters of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron here, recently deployed a WC-130J Hercules out over the Atlantic Ocean to gather weather data for winter storms "Lola” and “Juno", which are projected to ravage the East Coast throughout the next few days with nearly three feet of snow and 70 mile per hour winds.
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Default Air Force Logo Some temporary, seasonal, intermittent employees eligible for FEHB
Some temporary, seasonal and intermittent employees are now eligible for coverage under the Federal Employees Health Benefits program (FEHB), said Office of Personnel Management officials.
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Default Air Force Logo Hanscom 'pockets' the U.S. to improve homeland defense
A new program known as the Pocket J system was recently completed and implemented to connect the nation's continental air defense sectors to aircraft flying the homeland defense mission.
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Maj. Brian Neese smiles with members after their successful completion of a final capstone exercise, aimed at testing their knowledge and ability to adapt in a timely manner to the Ebola virus on Dec. 06, 2014, in El Salvador. There are many Latin American countries that support United Nations peace keeping operations, and the training given to the El Salvadorans, Guatemalans, and Uruguayans will have an impact on those they train, as well as the individuals their able to assist. Neese is the 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern) chief of international health specialists division. (Courtesy Photo) AFSOUTH aides in training partners for UN Peace keeping mission
Members of Air Forces Southern military training team were given the opportunity in December 2014, to teach the Defense Institute for Medical Operations train-the-trainer course focused on the Ebola virus to approximately 100 individuals from Latin American partner countries.
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