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JASDF officers visit Pacific Air CommandosJASDF officers visit Pacific Air Commandos
JASDF officers visit Pacific Air Commandos

KADENA AIR BASE Japan -- Senior Master Sgt. James Remington, a combat controller with the 320th Special Tactics Squadron, shows officers from the Japan Air Self Defense Force a Riggable Alternate Method Zodiac package during their visit here Feb. 3. The JASDF officers visited the 353rd Special Operations Group as part of a bilateral exchange program between the United States and Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram)
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Posted: 2/4/2010

Air Commandos take advantage of relief efforts to further partnershipsAir Commandos take advantage of relief efforts to further partnerships
Air Commandos take advantage of relief efforts to further partnerships

PADANG, Indonesia -- A combat controller assigned to the 353rd Special Operations Group, points out damaged aviation navigation aids during a meeting at Tabing Air Field Oct. 7. Indonesian and U.S. airmen met to discuss the restoration of aviation navigation aids to facilitate flight operations supporting humanitarian relief efforts in Padang. More than 65 members of the group provided their unique expertise in key areas to multiple organizations supporting relief efforts across the affected area. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Greg Johnson)
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Posted: 10/23/2009

Air Commandos take advantage of relief efforts to further partnershipsAir Commandos take advantage of relief efforts to further partnerships
Air Commandos take advantage of relief efforts to further partnerships

PADANG, Indonesia -- Combat Controllers from the 320th Special Tactics Squadron relay air traffic control information to incoming aircraft delivering humanitarian aid supplies at Tabing Airfield here Oct. 11. More than 65 members of the group provided their unique expertise in key areas to multiple organizations supporting relief efforts across the affected area. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Veronica Pierce)
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Posted: 10/22/2009

SOG Airmen support Indonesian relief effortsSOG Airmen support Indonesian relief efforts
SOG Airmen support Indonesian relief efforts

PADANG, Indonesia -- Maj. John Traxler, 353rd Special Operations Group, meets with Indonesian Army Capt. Mohammad Munir, company commander, Battalion 461, Indonesian Air Force, to discuss the restoration of aviation navigation aids to facilitate flight operations in support of the ongoing humanitarian relief efforts in Padang. Approximately 60 members of the 353rd SOG are in Indonesia at several locations providing their unique expertise in key areas to multiple organizations supporting relief efforts across the affected area. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Greg Johnson)
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Posted: 10/13/2009

SOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief effortsSOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief efforts
SOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief efforts

TABING AIRFIELD, Indonesia -- A combat controller from the 353rd Special Operations Group, guides an MC-130P Combat Shadow as it lands here Oct. 4. U.S. and Indonesian military officials surveyed and opened the closed airfield to support humanitarian relief operations near Padang in western Indonesia. MC-130P aircrews have flown more than 15 flights, moved about 100 people, and more than 160,000 pounds of cargo throughout the affected area. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 10/8/2009

SOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief effortsSOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief efforts
SOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief efforts

TABING AIRFIELD, Indonesia -- A combat controller from the 353rd Special Operations Group, points in the direction of an incoming aircraft he's guiding to land here Oct. 4. U.S. and Indonesian military officials surveyed and opened the closed airfield to support humanitarian relief operations near Padang in western Indonesia. U.S. Air Force combat controllers and Indonesian Air Force air traffic controllers are now manning the airfield to support fixed and rotary wing aircraft. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 10/8/2009

SOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief effortsSOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief efforts
SOG Airmen continue supporting Indonesian relief efforts

TABING AIRFIELD, Indonesia -- Combat controllers from the 353rd Special Operations Group and Indonesian military officials survey the runway here Oct. 4 to see if the airfield can support humanitarian relief operations near Padang in western Indonesia. The combat controllers and Indonesian Air Force air traffic controllers are now manning the airfield to support fixed and rotary wing aircraft assisting relief operations. (Courtesy photo)
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Posted: 10/8/2009

SOCPAC Commander and Command Sergeant Major visit 353rd SOGSOCPAC Commander and Command Sergeant Major visit 353rd SOG
SOCPAC Commander and Command Sergeant Major visit 353rd SOG

KADENA AIR BASE, Japan -- Senior Airman Norman Lewis (right), 320th Special Tactics Squadron, briefs Rear Adm. Sean Pybus (center), the commander of Special Operations Command, Pacific, and Command Sgt. Maj. Stephen Bush, the senior enlisted advisor for Special Operations Command, Pacific, on equipment used by members of the 320th STS to support air, ground, and maritime combat operations. This was Rear Adm. Pybus' first visit to the 353rd SOG since taking command of SOCPAC June 12. The 353rd SOG is SOCPAC's air component command responsible for command and control of all SOF air in the Pacific AOR. This visit focused on orienting Rear Adm. Pybus and Command Sgt. Maj. Bush on the group's mission and capabilities. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram)
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Posted: 8/16/2009

SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper trainingSOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training
SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training

ON A MILTARY INSTALLATION IN MALAYSIA -- A pararescueman from the 320th Special Tactics Squadron fires a M107 .50 caliber sniper rifle during a tactical long range shooting course here May 29 as part of Teak Mint 09-1. Weapons specialists from the 320th STS taught members of 320th and Paskau, the special operations branch of the Royal Malaysian Air Force, during the two-day course. Teak Mint 09-1 is a training exchange designed to enhance U.S and Malaysian military training and capabilities. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram)
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Posted: 5/31/2009

SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper trainingSOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training
SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training

ON A MILTARY INSTALLATION IN MALAYSIA -- A members of the 320th Special Tactics Squadron and Paskau members of the Royal Malaysian Air Force line up their shots using a M107 .50 caliber sniper rifle during a tactical long range shooting course here May 29 as part of Teak Mint 09-1. Weapons specialists from the 320th STS taught members of 320th and Paskau, the special operations branch of the Royal Malaysian Air Force, during the two-day course. Teak Mint 09-1 is a training exchange designed to enhance U.S and Malaysian military training and capabilities. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram)
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Posted: 5/31/2009

SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper trainingSOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training
SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training

ON A MILTARY INSTALLATION IN MALAYSIA -- Tech. Sgt. Will Sanderson, a weapons specialist with the 320th Special Tactics Squadron, shows a Paskua member how to do reassemble a bolt assembly for a M107 .50 caliber sniper rifle during a tactical long range shooting course here May 28 as part of Teak Mint 09-1. Weapons specialists from the 320th STS taught members of 320th and Paskau, the special operations branch of the Royal Malaysian Air Force, during the two-day course. Teak Mint 09-1 is a training exchange designed to enhance U.S and Malaysian military training and capabilities. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram)
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Posted: 5/31/2009

SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper trainingSOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training
SOG Airmen, RMAF Paskau receive sniper training

ON A MILTARY INSTALLATION IN MALAYSIA -- Staff Sgt. Jay Gonzales, a weapons specialist with the 320th Special Tactics Squadron, Paskua members how to do a function check on a M107 .50 caliber sniper rifle during a tactical long range shooting course here May 28 as part of Teak Mint 09-1. Weapons specialists from the 320th STS taught members of 320th and Paskau, the special operations branch of the Royal Malaysian Air Force, during the two-day course. Teak Mint 09-1 is a training exchange designed to enhance U.S and Malaysian military training and capabilities. (Photo by Tech. Sgt. Aaron Cram)
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Posted: 5/31/2009

    

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