U.S. PACIFIC COMMAND

Combat Assault Battalion Deactivation

Story by PFC Dylan Hess on 10/12/2018 Combat Assault Battalion was activated February 16, 1942 at New River, North Carolina. CAB has been in many locations and went under many names including at 1st Marine Division, Camp Pendleton CA, as the 1st Amphibian Track Battalion before being reassigned to the
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Chancellorsville, Benfold Arrive to Busan (English)

The Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Chancellorsville and the Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Benfold (DDG 65) arrived to Busan, South Korea, Oct. 12. Chancellorsville and Benfold pulled into Busan, South Korea, for a regularly scheduled port visit. Chancellorsville and Benfold are underway with the Ronald Reagan Strike Group, and are
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Coast Guard medevacs fisherman off Maui

Story by PO3 Matthew West on 10/11/2018 HONOLULU The Coast Guard successfully medevaced a 62-year-old mariner off a fishing vessel 82-miles north of Kahului, Wednesday. "Our trained crews and hoist-capable aircraft are vital to ensuring mariners reach a higher level of medical care quickly," said Lt. j.g. Celesta Brosowsky, a
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RED FLAG-Alaska 19-1 gets off the ground

Story by Amn Aaron Guerrisky on 10/10/2018 RED FLAG-Alaska 19-1, a realistic training exercise of simulated combat, is scheduled to begin Oct. 4 and continue through Oct. 18, 2018. Throughout RF-A 19-1, international partners from the Republic of Korea Air Force and the Finnish Air Force will experience what RF-A
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JBER commemorates POW/MIA through ceremony, ruck march and ASYMCA of Alaska food drive

Story by A1C Crystal Jenkins on 10/10/2018 "It is with tremendous respect and gratitude that we, the men and women of team JBER, honor our fellow warriors who were held as prisoners of war and those still listed as missing in action," said U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Adragel Legarda,
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15th OWS's top priority: To protect

Story by A1C Tara Stetler on 10/10/2018 Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, the 15th Operational Weather Squadron closely monitors more than 11 million square miles of territory that stretches from the American Northeast, through Canada, to Greenland and the ocean in between. Their forecasting helps protect more
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