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Pacific Air Chiefs visit Eglin

Col. Ganhkhuyag Batkhurel, the commander of Air and Air Defense Forces of the Armed Forces of Mongolia, takes aim while Gen. Herbert Carlisle, Pacific Air Forces commander, looks on during a visit to the Ground Combat Training Squadron at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., April 2. The Pacific Air Chiefs received a demonstration of various combative skills and tactics. Ranking Air Chiefs from 12 different countries in the Asian Pacific Region visited the base as part of the Pacific Air Chief's Symposium, one of the Air Force's multilateral engagement opportunities used to build relationships with Pacific countries and enhance theater security cooperation. (U.S. Air Force photo/Linda Phillips)
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Posted: 4/11/2014

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The battle captain and watch keeper converse during a Joint Defense Operations Center exercise at Eglin AFB, Fla., March 21. The exercise simulated real-world force protection conditions at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan, to help deployers have specific location training before arriving to their new assignment. The training was facilitated by the 96th Ground Combat Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/25/2014

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Master Sgt. Michael Pate, a reservist from the 446th Security Forces Squadron at McChord Air Force Base, Wash., serves a flightline security while others complete their tasks during a Joint Defense Operations Center exercise at Eglin AFB, Fla., March 21. The exercise simulated real-world force protection conditions at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan, to help deployers have specific location training before arriving to their new assignment. The training was facilitated by the 96th Ground Combat Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/25/2014

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Senior Master Sgt. Michelle Helpenstell, a reservist from the 446th Security Forces Squadron at McChord Air Force Base, Wash., briefs the group as the battle captain, during a Joint Defense Operations Center exercise at Eglin AFB, Fla., March 21. The exercise simulated real-world force protection conditions at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan, to help deployers have specific location training before arriving to their new assignment. The training was facilitated by the 96th Ground Combat Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/25/2014

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Staff Sgt. Joseph Riello, of the 902nd Security Forces Squadron from Randolph AFB, Texas, serves as the watch keeper, during a Joint Defense Operations Center exercise at Eglin AFB, Fla., March 21. The exercise simulated real-world force protection conditions at Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan, to help deployers have specific location training before arriving to their new assignment. The training was facilitated by the 96th Ground Combat Training Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/25/2014

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Coast Guard sets up buoys at Eglin

Anchor chains are laid out on the dock prior to being attached to the base's new restricted area buoys March 11 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Coast Guard posted approximately 40 buoys along the base’s coastline from Post’l Point to the Bayview Club. The anchored buoys, spread approximately 700 feet from each other, are a force protection enterprise by the base to identify Eglin waterways. According to the code of federal regulations (CFR 334.700-748), all vessels and other craft are permitted access to the restricted area, but could be subject to identification checks by Air Force patrol boats. During times of high security threats against Eglin or Hurlburt Field, all entry, transit, anchoring or drifting within the restricted areas is prohibited without permission from the respective base commander or authorized representative. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/18/2014

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Coast Guard sets up buoys at Eglin

Aids to Navigation Team members from Coast Guard Station Pensacola prepare to post a restricted area buoy March 11 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Coast Guard posted approximately 40 buoys along the base’s coastline from Post’l Point to the Bayview Club. The anchored buoys, spread approximately 700 feet from each other, are a force protection enterprise by the base to identify Eglin waterways. According to the code of federal regulations (CFR 334.700-748), all vessels and other craft are permitted access to the restricted area, but could be subject to identification checks by Air Force patrol boats. During times of high security threats against Eglin or Hurlburt Field, all entry, transit, anchoring or drifting within the restricted areas is prohibited without permission from the respective base commander or authorized representative. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/18/2014

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Coast Guard sets up buoys at Eglin

Seaman Dustin Mark, Petty Officers 3rd Class Tyler O’Connor and Dewaine Harris, Aids to Navigation Team members from Coast Guard Station Pensacola, place a restricted area buoy in the water March 11 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Coast Guard posted approximately 40 buoys along the base’s coastline from Post’l Point to the Bayview Club. The anchored buoys, spread approximately 700 feet from each other, are a force protection enterprise by the base to identify Eglin waterways. According to the code of federal regulations (CFR 334.700-748), all vessels and other craft are permitted access to the restricted area, but could be subject to identification checks by Air Force patrol boats. During times of high security threats against Eglin or Hurlburt Field, all entry, transit, anchoring or drifting within the restricted areas is prohibited without permission from the respective base commander or authorized representative. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/18/2014

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Coast Guard sets up buoys at Eglin

A Coast Guard Station Pensacola boat carries out restricted area buoys bound for the coastline of Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., March 11. The Coast Guard posted approximately 40 buoys along the base’s coastline from Post’l Point to the Bayview Club. The anchored buoys, spread approximately 700 feet from each other, are a force protection enterprise by the base to identify Eglin waterways. According to the code of federal regulations (CFR 334.700-748), all vessels and other craft are permitted access to the restricted area, but could be subject to identification checks by Air Force patrol boats. During times of high security threats against Eglin or Hurlburt Field, all entry, transit, anchoring or drifting within the restricted areas is prohibited without permission from the respective base commander or authorized representative. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/18/2014

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Coast Guard sets up buoys at Eglin

Aids to Navigation Team members from Coast Guard Station Pensacola prepare to post a restricted area buoy March 11 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Coast Guard posted approximately 40 buoys along the base’s coastline from Post’l Point to the Bayview Club. The anchored buoys, spread approximately 700 feet from each other, are a force protection enterprise by the base to identify Eglin waterways. According to the code of federal regulations (CFR 334.700-748), all vessels and other craft are permitted access to the restricted area, but could be subject to identification checks by Air Force patrol boats. During times of high security threats against Eglin or Hurlburt Field, all entry, transit, anchoring or drifting within the restricted areas is prohibited without permission from the respective base commander or authorized representative. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/18/2014

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Coast Guard sets up buoys at Eglin

Aids to Navigation Team members from Coast Guard Station Pensacola prepare to post a restricted area buoy as an F-35 Lightning II flies overhead March 11 at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla. The Coast Guard posted approximately 40 buoys along the base’s coastline from Post’l Point to the Bayview Club. The anchored buoys, spread approximately 700 feet from each other, are a force protection enterprise by the base to identify Eglin waterways. According to the code of federal regulations (CFR 334.700-748), all vessels and other craft are permitted access to the restricted area, but could be subject to identification checks by Air Force patrol boats. During times of high security threats against Eglin or Hurlburt Field, all entry, transit, anchoring or drifting within the restricted areas is prohibited without permission from the respective base commander or authorized representative. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/18/2014

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Coast Guard sets up buoys at Eglin

A restricted area buoy bobs in the water by Post’l Point at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla., March 11. The Coast Guard posted approximately 40 buoys along the base’s coastline from Post’l Point to the Bayview Club. The anchored buoys, spread approximately 700 feet from each other, are a force protection enterprise by the base to identify Eglin waterways. According to the code of federal regulations (CFR 334.700-748), all vessels and other craft are permitted access to the restricted area, but could be subject to identification checks by Air Force patrol boats. During times of high security threats against Eglin or Hurlburt Field, all entry, transit, anchoring or drifting within the restricted areas is prohibited without permission from the respective base commander or authorized representative. (U.S. Air Force photo/Samuel King Jr.)
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Posted: 3/18/2014

    

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