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Guam Aviation
No regular military forces; defense is the responsibility of USA.

Facilities:
Andersen AFB (UAM) Airport (Guam Island)
A.B. Won Pat International (GUM) Airport (Guam Island)

Andersen Air Force Base (AFB) is a United States Air Force base located approximately 4 mi northeast of Yigo in the United States territory of Guam.

The host unit at Andersen AFB is the 36th Wing (36 WG), assigned to the Pacific Air Forces Thirteenth Air Force. A non-flying wing, the 36 WG's mission is to provide support to deployed air and space forces of USAF and foreign air forces to Andersen, and to support tenant units assigned to the base.

Northwest Field is a former World War II airfield on Guam in the Mariana Islands. It was closed in 1949 and is unused.

Foreign Air Forces
Foreign Forces - Military Air Arms

US AIR FORCE 2,100; 1 air force HQ (13th Air Force)
NAVY 2,300; MPS-3 (4 ships with eqpt for 1 MEB) Naval air station, comms and spt facilities

Andersen is home to the following units:
36th Wing (PACAF)
734th Air Mobility Support Squadron (Air Mobility Command)
Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Twenty-Five (HSC-25)*
HSC-25 is a U.S. Navy squadron flying the MH-60S

Local Aviation
Knowledge of aircraft and helicopters.
(Under Construction)

 
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   Guam AF News:

Tu-95 Bear Bombers over Guam

• Tu-95 Bear Bombers over Guam  (2/15/2013)



 

 



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