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  • 571st MSAS supports Women’s Peace, Security event in Panama

    Members of the 571st Mobility Support Advisory Squadron recently facilitated a U.S. Embassy hosted Women's Peace and Security event in Panama.Women, Peace and Security is an initiative supported by the U.S., Panama and several other countries around the world.

  • 571 MSAS launches inaugural WPS seminar in El Salvador

    Twenty-eight Salvadoran military members participated in the first-ever Women, Peace and Security seminar including all branches of the Salvadoran military from Aug. 23-27 at the Centro de Entrenamiento de Operaciones de Paz (CEOPAZ), El Salvador.Women, Peace and Security is a United Nations effort

  • Remembering the Fallen Air Advisors

    Service members, civilians, and family members from Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst gathered at the Air Advisor memorial, April 27, to honor the memories of the 11 Air Advisors who have fallen in the line of duty.

  • 818 MSAS boosts Chad ISR capabilities

    In a nation bordered by several countries dealing with international terror groups, the 818th Mobility Support Advisory Squadron (MSAS) helped in the fight against terrorism throughout West Africa."When the house of your neighbor is burning, try to help him,” explained Chadian Air Force Lt.

  • MSAS trains with Uganda

    The 818th Mobility Support Advisory Squadron completed training with the Ugandan People’s Defense Air Force in Entebbe, Uganda, December 18, 2017.  Ten Air Advisors provided training on fuel and flight-following fundamentals, Cessna 208 maintenance, and logistics management to approximately 38 UPDAF

  • Former student shares deployment experiences with school staff, students

    While the environments of ongoing military operations across the globe are constantly changing, instructors at the Expeditionary Operations School here strive to ensure their lessons prepare Airmen for today’s battlefield, not yesterday’s. That’s why Lt. Col. Mike Morales visited the school