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  • 7AF NEO Program

    The safety of dependents and civilian employees is a top priority for the 7th AF Commander who encourages all non-combatants to participate in both evacuation exercises Courageous Channel and Focused Passage annually. The purpose of these exercises is to provide an opportunity to enhance a non-combatant’s understanding of 7th AF’s evacuation
  • 7AF NEO Program

    The safety of dependents and civilian employees is a top priority for the 7th AF Commander who encourages all non-combatants to participate in both evacuation exercises Courageous Channel and Focus Passage annually.  The purpose of these exercises is to provide an opportunity to enhance a non-combatant’s understanding of 7th AF’s evacuation
  • Seventh Air Force History

    by Theodore J. TurnerSeventh Air Force is the U.S. Air Force's oldest numbered air force. The Army Air Corps first activated 7 AF on 1 November 1940, as the Hawaiian Air Force, to control the growing number of air units arriving in the Territory of Hawaii that year. The serenity of this idyllic home station which garnered the unit the glib
  • Exercise FOAL EAGLE

    FOAL EAGLE is an annual large-scale ROK-wide joint combined/ joint Field Training Exercise (FTX) that runs concurrently with the KEY RESOLVE exercise. It is focused on rear area security and stability operations, onward movement of critical assets to the forward area, special operations, ground maneuver, amphibious operations, combat air
  • Exercise KEY RESOLVE

    KEY RESOLVE is a Combined Forces Command (CFC) operational plan-oriented Command Post Exercise driven by simulation and a master scenario events list. The primary focus of KEY RESOLVE is crisis management, maneuver and sustainment of forward forces within the context of operational planning warfighting. KEY RESOLVE is directed at maintaining the
  • The Korean Air War

    by William T. Y'BloodAt the time of the invasion of South Korea on June 25, 1950, Republic of Korea (ROKAF) forces numbered 98,000, with no tanks (the U.S. believed Korea to be poor tank country) and little artillery. The ROKAF armed forces were heavily weighted toward ground units; the air force was virtually a stepchild, possessing only about 20
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