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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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  • Outdoor Fire Safety

    With the warmth of the summertime sun comes drier weather and even drier vegetation. During the summer months wildfires can rage out of control. So it is imperative to use precautions when burning anything outdoors during the dry summer months. The US Forest Service recommends the following precautions when burning outdoors:DebrisCheck local laws
  • PACAF Demo Team

    Pacific Air Forces' F-16 Demonstration Team based at Misawa Air Base, Japan, promotes positive relations between the United States and nations across the Western Pacific. Flying the Block 50 version of the Air Force's F-16 Fighting Falcon, the team demonstrates the awesome power and maneuver ability of the aircraft to the delight of aviation
  • Pacific Air Forces Demonstration Team

                       Support Manual              Mission          Photos          Members  Pacific Air Forces Demonstration Team promote international relations in the Pacific Region by enhancing the overall understanding of the U.S. Air Force and demonstrating the capabilities of the F-16CJ Wild Weasel.
  • Pacific Air Forces F-16 Single Ship Aerial Demonstration Team Mission

    Pacific Air Forces F-16 Single Ship Aerial Demonstration Team MissionOur mission:1. Plan, deploy and fly F-16 aerial demonstrations with the highest level of professionalism and safety.2. Support Air Force recruiting and retention efforts.3. Reinforce public trust in the United States of America, its aircraft and personnel.4. Foster productive
  • Passenger Ammenities

    Lost and FoundWiFiLong-Term ParkingVending MachinesKids Play AreaFamily Room With TVPlay Gyms
  • Pets

    You may only have two pets in government housing. This does not include animals that permanently reside in cages or tanks (e.g., hamsters, turtles, etc.). If you wish to have a pet other than a cat, dog, gerbil, hamster, guinea pig, white mouse, rabbit, fish, turtle, passerine bird (perching birds and song birds), or psittacine bird (parrots), you
  • Plans, Programs and Inspections

    Plans, Programs and Inspections Mission To enable the 35th Fighter Wing combat readiness by conducting operational readiness exercises that prepare the wing for wartime/contingency taskings and provide effective feedback on the state of that readiness. To ensure the wing is prepared to protect it's personnel and equipment by conducting major
  • Plans, Programs and Inspections

    Plans, Programs and InspectionsMission To enable the 35th Fighter Wing combat readiness by conducting operational readiness exercises that prepare the wing for wartime/contingency taskings and provide effective feedback on the state of that readiness. To ensure the wing is prepared to protect it's personnel and equipment by conducting major
  • PMV- 4 Safety

    Private Motor Vehicle mishaps are the most severe threat to most of our safety. Nearly 40,000 Americans die each year on our nation's highways. Usually, between forty to fifty Airmen die each year in PMV mishaps.CASE STUDY: A 41 year old Major was operating his pick-up truck at approximately 70 mph pulling two trailers in tandem (a camper
  • Public Affairs

    Public Affairs The mission of the 35th Fighter Wing, Public Affairs office is to garner public trust and support for the wing, provide trusted council to the installation commander, and to aid in morale and readiness by providing candid, accurate and timely information on wing activities and its personnel to the public.
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