RIMBA AIR FORCE BASE, Brunei (AFNS) —
Pacific Angel 23-3 Brunei wrapped up at Rimba Air Force Base, Sept.15, after four days of multiple search and rescue and Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Response training operations.
More than 100 Airmen from across the Pacific Air Forces joined forces with the Royal Brunei Air Force to improve their collective ability to respond effectively to humanitarian crises, disaster situations and search and rescue missions, solidifying their commitment to regional security and collaboration.
“Increasing capacity and readiness alongside the Royal Brunei Air Force solidifies our ability to jointly manage a wide range of contingencies,” said Lt. Col. Eric Thorstad, Pacific Angel 23-3 commander. “In Pacific Angel, we have a framework to collaborate and extend a legacy of success in humanitarian aid and disaster relief.
This iteration of Pacific Angel is focused on regional search and rescue and Humanitarian…
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