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Captain Donato M. Aquino, (left), 220 Airlift Wing, Mactan Air Base, Philippine Air Force, and Major Nicolas C. Parilla, Headquarters Philippine Air Force (HPAF), receive assistance from MASTER Sergeant Horace Jordan Jr., USAF, Headquarters Pacific Air Force (HQ PACAF), concerning finances during their travel to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. PACIFIC AIRLIFT RALLY (PAR) 2001 is a PACAF-sponsored Military Airlift symposium for countries in the pacific region. PAR, held every two years and hosted by a pacific nation, this year Guam is the host nation with the symposium staging out of Andersen AFB. The symposium includes informational seminars with area of expertise briefings, a Command Post...

Captain Donato M. Aquino, (left), 220 Airlift Wing, Mactan Air Base, Philippine Air Force, and Major Nicolas C. Parilla, Headquarters Philippine Air Force (HPAF), receive assistance from MASTER Sergeant Horace Jordan Jr., USAF, Headquarters Pacific Air Force (HQ PACAF), concerning finances during their travel to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. PACIFIC AIRLIFT RALLY (PAR) 2001 is a PACAF-sponsored Military Airlift symposium for countries in the pacific region. PAR, held every two years and hosted by a pacific nation, this year Guam is the host nation with the symposium staging out of Andersen AFB. The symposium includes informational seminars with area of expertise briefings, a Command Post...

 
 
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[Complete] Scene Caption: Captain Donato M. Aquino, (left), 220 Airlift Wing, Mactan Air Base, Philippine Air Force, and Major Nicolas C. Parilla, Headquarters Philippine Air Force (HPAF), receive assistance from Master Sergeant Horace Jordan Jr., USAF, Headquarters Pacific Air Force (HQ PACAF), concerning finances during their travel to Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. PACIFIC AIRLIFT RALLY (PAR) 2001 is a PACAF-sponsored Military Airlift symposium for countries in the pacific region. PAR, held every two years and hosted by a pacific nation, this year Guam is the host nation with the symposium staging out of Andersen AFB. The symposium includes informational seminars with area of expertise briefings, a Command Post Exercise (CPX) which addresses military airlift support to a humanitarian airlift/disaster relief scenario, and a concurrent flying training program that builds upon the CPX scenario.

Subject Operation/Series: PACIFIC AIRLIFT RALLY 2001

Base: Andersen Air Base

State: Guam (GU)

Country: United States Of America (USA)

Scene Major Command Shown: PACAF

Scene Camera Operator: SRA Sarayuth Pinthong, USAF

Release Status: Released to Public
Combined Military Service Digital Photographic Files

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11/09/2001
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