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  • MEDWERX: Treating with innovation

    JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAM, Hawaii -- The 15th Medical Group’s innovation unit, MEDWERX, is the cure to many of the challenges facing medical Airmen.
  • Keeping the flow

    Airmen from the 647th Civil Engineer Squadron Water Fuels Systems Maintenance and Pavements and Construction Equipment shops installed a new 8-inch water main spanning more than 1,700 linear feet.
  • Feeding the force

    The current COVID-19 policy for military members coming from out of state requires a 14-day restriction of movement.
  • Civil Air Patrol: Aviation’s best-kept secret

    Civil Air Patrol serves the state of Hawaii by operating local missions both in the air and on the ground.
  • A wingman to all

    Sometimes Airmen are called to action when they least expect it.
  • DOD Announces $600 Million for 5G Experimentation and Testing at Five Installations

    Today, the Department of Defense announced $600 million in awards for 5G experimentation and testing at five U.S. military test sites, representing the largest full-scale 5G tests for dual-use applications in the world. Each installation will partner military Services, industry leaders, and academic experts to advance the Department’s 5G capabilities. Projects will include piloting 5G-enabled augmented/virtual reality for mission planning and training, testing 5G-enabled Smart Warehouses, and evaluating 5G technologies to enhance distributed command and control.
  • 15th Wing hosts COMPACAF

    The Sky Warriors welcomed Gen. Kenneth Wilsbach, Pacific Air Forces commander, and his wife, Cindy Wilsbach, with much aloha Sept. 28.
  • Not missing a beat: 15th MDG flies newborn for emergency heart surgery

    Shortly after birth, Olivia Callaway was immediately rushed to Kapi’oplani Medical Center for Women and Children’s newborn intensive care unit and diagnosed with a rare, life-threatening heart condition.
  • Happy 73rd birthday, Air Force!

    Looking at our aircraft now, it may be hard to believe that American air power started with Benjamin Franklin thinking about using hot-air balloons in warfare in 1783.
  • What we have here is a success to communicate

    Like most people during the COVID-19 pandemic, many Air Force employees are working from home to practice social distancing and mitigate the spread of the virus. However, teleworking for Airmen presents unique challenges, such as how to communicate securely. To assist with this issue, members of the 15th Wing TRON team, a subsection of the 15th Wing’s Aloha Spark, focused on software to make communicating without a government system easier. .
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