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CARAT Thailand CARAT Thailand
150827-N-ZB122-003 SATTAHIP, Thailand (August 27, 2015) Lt. William Eickmeyer, an environmental health officer assigned to Navy Environmental Preventive Medicine Unit...
Soudelor Relief Effort graphic Soudelor Relief Effort graphic
Graphic for Soudelor Relief Effort story of Aug. 7, 2015 Pacific Newsbreak produced by AFN Pacific
That's why we pray That's why we pray
Pfc. Joshua Dugan, assigned to the 19th Expeditionary Sustainment Command, Daegu, Korea, center, and Koo Sung Mo, college student at Kyungpook National University,...
US Special Operations Command team, Warrior Games 2014 US Special Operations Command team, Warrior Games 2014
Army Gen. Joseph Votel, commander of U.S. Special Operations Command (USSOCOM), greets family members of the USSOCOM team, Oct. 2, during the track and field portion...
US Special Operations Command team, Warrior Games 2014 US Special Operations Command team, Warrior Games 2014
Army Master Sgt. Michael Lacy, from Cocoa Beach, Fla., competes in the men’s 50-meter breaststroke, Sept. 30, during the 2014 Warrior Games in Colorado Springs,...

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Pacific Newsbreak - September 4, 2015 Pacific Newsbreak - September 4, 2015
On this edition of Pacific Newsbreak, EOD technicians practice tactical training at Misawa, and Sailors and Airmen compete in the 2015 Boat Regatta.
Pacific Newsbreak - September 3, 2015 Pacific Newsbreak - September 3, 2015
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter​ speaks on the importance of the Asia-Pacific; Navy divers take the mission below the surface in Thailand; and gamers get serious at...
Pacific Update: CFT Pacific Update: CFT
For civilians aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, July through December means that leaves start falling and air gets cooler. For Marines, these months mean the...
Pacific Update: New Principal Pacific Update: New Principal
Summer is coming to an end and its time for kids to go back to school. Petty Officer Jeremy Graham takes us to Sasebo Elementary where students were thrilled to end...
Pacific Newsbreak for September 2, 2015 Pacific Newsbreak for September 2, 2015
Exercise Crocodile Strike takes an explosive turn in Australia; and musicians in Yokota spread an important message.
CARAT Thailand - Divers CARAT Thailand - Divers
US and Thai divers survey a pier.

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Korea less traveled program shows promise Korea less traveled program shows promise
Getting out and seeing the world was a recruiting campaign the U.S. Army advertised in the early 1980’s. U.S. troops stationed in South Korea celebrated an...

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Okinawa Corpsman Leads Medical Platoon at Crocodile Strike
Marine Rotational Force Darwin participates in Australian exercises from March to October each year. Keeping them fit to fight through all of it, are Navy sailors -...
Garuda Shield 2015 - Indonesia kicks-off - Radio
U.S. Army Pacific and Indonesian Armed Forces begin their annual bilateral exercise held in central and eastern Java, Indonesia.
Summary of VP70 in Townsville, Australia
The end of World War II impacted the entire world, but in one small city in one corner of the globe, two militaries formed an alliance to defend the integrity of the...
USAF Band of the Pacific and Australia's 1 RAR Band...
The Air Force Band of the Pacific is accustomed to performing with their Japanese counterparts and even at various locations around the Pacific region. Now they’ve...
Pacific Radio Report for August 7, 2015
U.S. Forces responds to destruction in Saipan; and the commander of Pacific Air Forces focuses on priorities in Japan.
Soudelor Audio Report
Nick Tovo reports from Guam about the current state of Saipan relief efforts.


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