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The Department of the Air Force was created when President Harry S. Truman signed the National Security Act of 1947. It became effective Sept. 18, 1947, when Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson administered the oath of office to the first secretary of the Air Force, W. Stuart Symington, a position filled by presidential appointment.
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Pacific Air Forces

PACAF

Pacific Air Forces, with headquarters at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii, is one of nine major commands of the U.S. Air Force and is air component of the U.S. Pacific Command.
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  • Wing Protocol

    Wing Protocol The Wild Weasel Protocol Office is located in Bldg 507 room 139. Our Mission is to provide Misawa with the necessary tools and information to plan, coordinate and execute your protocol related function. Whether you're planning a Change of Command, a formal dinner, a Promotion or Retirement Ceremony, or hosting a DV visit, this site
  • Wing Protocol

    The Wild Weasel Protocol Office is located in Bldg 507 room 139. Our Mission is to provide Misawa with the necessary tools and information to plan, coordinate and execute your protocol related function. Whether you're planning a Change of Command, a formal dinner, a Promotion or Retirement Ceremony, or hosting a DV visit, this site will help in
  • Wing Safety

    Wing Safety Welcome to the 35 FW Safety Office. Our goal is to preserve resources through mishap prevention. In support of this goal, 35 FW/SE analyzes trends to establish mishap reduction objectives, develops mishap prevention policy, and identifies opportunities for improvement. SE manages command safety training, education and awards programs,
  • Your Ally: Air Force Office of Special Investigations

    AFOSI's ultimate goal is to make a victim feel as much at ease as possible and for them to feel we are an ally for them in the reporting process because we will gather the facts with the goal of seeking justice for the offense committed.Once the victim makes it to our office, we inform them of the services available to them, along with key
  • Your Ally: Chaplain Corps

    Religious Support Teams make immediate services available in response to a sexual assault to provide the victim with general care and counseling. Chaplains are able to provide immediate counseling and crisis intervention to sexual assault victims. The counseling offered is not necessarily religious or spiritual in nature, but can be if the client
  • Your Ally: Equal Opportunity

    When someone with a potential complaint visits the Equal Opportunity office and are unsure if their complaint is based on sexual harassment or sexual assault, the Equal Opportunity staff reads both case type definitions while the potential complainant reads along to ensure they know the difference. This process is done before they can divulge any
  • Your Ally: First Sergeant

    The first sergeant's role in the reporting process is to provide referral services for unrestricted reporting of sexual assault when notified. As obligated reporters, they must notify the Air Force Office of Special Investigations and Sexual Assault Response Coordinator once aware of an assault or sexual harassment incident, including the squadron
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