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  • Staying Connected in the Clouds

    Airmen from the 65th Air and Space Communication Shop and 747th Communications Squadron flew on a 65th Airlift Squadron local flight to see one of the missions they support at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii, Jan. 8, 2020. The mission of the 65th Airlift Squadron would not be possible without support from the 56th Air and Space Communication Shop and 747th Communications Squadron.
  • OSI on the case

    The number of different units on base can seem countless, especially in a joint base environment. There are so many people who have different jobs and lives, working together to form one military machine.
  • Three’s Company: 2 + 3 = a happy family

    Staff Sgt. Robert Bolton and his wife, Heaven, Bolton with their triplets. The Air Force Family supported the Boltons.
  • Finish 2019 Strong

    The U.S. Pacific Air Forces Integrated Resilience Team hosted “Resiliency – Finish 2019 Strong” at the Binnicker Professional Military Education Center here Nov. 19-20.
  • National Aviation Safety Commissioners Visit Hickam

    The National Commission on Military Aviation Safety visited the 15th and 154th wings here on Nov. 1, 2019, to speak with leaders as well as Airmen who make the mission happen. The commission is a team of professionals that have joined forces to help assess, identify, and solve issues surrounding military aviation.
  • Teaching future leaders

    Airman Leadership School is a transitional period for many young Airman working toward gaining a leadership role in the Air Force. Leadership is a learned trait, and the Air Force ensures all Airmen get a crash course in what it means to be a leader.
  • Partners in life, mission

    Since arriving in Hawaii about a year ago, the Barkemeyers try to live their best Hawaii life by going on hikes, visiting the beach and exploring the other islands. Mr. and Mrs. Barkemeyer are also both C-17 pilots who work toward stability and security in the Indo-Pacific region.
  • Rivals turned Wingmen take flight

    The skies aligned for two pilots and former college football players who were able to support their alma maters in a once-in-a-lifetime way on game day. Maj. Britton Komine, 204th Airlift Squadron, and Capt. Nathaniel Dreslinski, 535th Airlift Squadron, flew the C-17 Globemaster III over Aloha Stadium Saturday, Oct. 19, to demonstrate the power of the Air Force’s most flexible cargo aircraft at the U.S. Air Force Academy versus the University of Hawaii football game.
  • Sky Warrior TRON team offers innovative solutions to daily problems

    After four months of working with the Defense Innovation Unit in San Diego learning software development practices from industry leading commercial companies, the 15th Wing TRON team is up and running to help Sky Warriors streamline daily tasks and get back to the mission.
  • 15th Medical Group reorgs to Sky Warrior and Ohana clinics

    Over the past several months the 15th Medical Group has worked to reorganize its medical personnel to better serve Airmen, their families and return Airmen to duty quicker. Last month, the 15th MDG completed and opened the new Sky Warrior and Ohana Clinics. The two clinics will feature separate provider teams: one that will care for active duty Airmen and one that will care for families of service members and military retirees.
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