Air Force

June 29, 2012

Air Force News – June 29, 2012

New Mexico

A KC-135 Stratotanker aircrew was cast in a sort of supporting role for a military channel television program while performing an air refueling mission in the skies above New Mexico. A film crew was on board the AC-130H during the mission to shoot footage for a show that will feature the gunship.

 

Colorado

The Air Force Reserve Command’s 302nd Airlift Wing was tasked June 24 to provide Modular Airborne Fire Fighting System support to the ongoing Colorado wildland fires.

 

Iraq

A group of Airmen assigned to the Office of Security Cooperation – Iraq help to preserve progress made in the country after almost a decade of war. The mission of OSC-I, in coordination with USCENTCOM and U.S. Mission-Iraq, is to conduct security cooperation activities to build partner capacity in support of developing a strategic partnership with a stable self-reliant and regionally integrated Iraq.

 

Vietnam

A team of approximately 30 U.S. military service members conducted health education clinics for local residents at two schools in Nghe An Province, Vietnam. The U.S. service members joined more than 25 Vietnamese civilian and military doctors and 21 nongovernmental organization volunteers as part of Operation Pacific Angel-Vietnam 12, a joint and combined humanitarian relief effort.




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