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Airmen from Okinawa and Guam will be part of a humanitarian assistance and disaster relief exercise to be staged from three locations within the Hawaiian Islands.

The Pacific Air Forces exercise, known as Pacific Lifeline and led by 13th Air Force, begins Sunday and runs through Feb. 9, according to a 13th Air Force news release.

About 900 U.S. airmen, soldiers, Air National Guardsmen and reservists will participate.

Units from PACAF will include the 18th Medical Group at Kadena Air Base on Okinawa and the 36th Contingency Response Group at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, according to 13th Air Force officials.


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