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Posted: 3/7/2014

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A Public Affairs Airman reviews social media products as part of his daily duties, March 6, 2014, at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. Servicemembers need to be aware that even though they are encouraged to use social media, they still need to follow the guidelines in AFI 1-1 when posting. Air Force standards must be observed at all times, both on and off-duty, regardless of the method of communication used. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Nathaniel Allen)
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Posted: 3/7/2014

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- United States Air Force Maj. Corey Akiyama (right) explains the alignment of a target panel, or marker, to Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor during Exercise Kiwi Flag Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- (Left to right) United States Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Paul Koester and Maj. Corey Akiyama demonstrate how to set up a heavy equipment point-of-impact marker for Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor as the team prepare an aerial-cargo drop zone during Exercise Kiwi Flag Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson/Released)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- United States Air Force Maj. Corey Akiyama GPS compares coordinates from the drop-zone survey report with his handheld GPS at a designated drop zone Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo held on New Zealand’s South Island by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- United States Air Force Maj. Corey Akiyama goes over drop-zone operational manuals and a certification checklist with Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor at a designated drop zone Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- (Left to right) United States Air Force Staff Sgt. Robert Gallagher and Maj. Corey Akiyama demonstrate U.S. Air Force protocols for checking the integrity of dropped cargo for Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor (right) as she earns her U.S. Air Force drop zone safety officer certification during Exercise Kiwi Flag Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- United States Air Force Maj. Corey Akiyama (left) prepares to demonstrate a two-way communications check with the air crew using a multichannel tactical radio for Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor (right) as she earns her U.S. Air Force drop zone safety officer certification during Exercise Kiwi Flag Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. United States Air Force Staff Sgt. Robert Gallagher and Chief Master Sgt. Paul Koester (center left and right) provide further mentorship during the multilateral RNZAF-sponsored tactical airlift exercise comprising air assets from the USAF, RNZAF, Royal Australian Air Force, Republic Of Singapore Armed Forces and French Armed Forces of New Caledonia. Taylor’s certification will enhance interoperability and unified responses when New Zealand and the United States both respond to a combined effort. Summers is from 51st Aerial Delivery Platoon, 5th Movements Company, 2nd Combat Services Support Battalion out of Linton Military Camp in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Akiyama is deployed as the 517th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron drop zone safety officer. He is the air mobility liaison officer for the 615th Contingency Operations Support Group at home station, Camp Henry, Korea. He hails from University Place, Wash. Taylor, an air warfare officer, is assigned to 40 Squadron, RNZAF Base Ohakea. Gallagher is a joint air drop inspection specialist deployed to the 517th EAS from the 3rd Operations Support Squadron, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. Koester is deployed as the 517th EAS jumpmaster. He is the pararescue functional manager at home station, Pacific Air Forces Headquarters at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. He hails from Colorado Springs, Colo. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- United States Air Force Maj. Corey Akiyama checks wind velocity as (left to right) New Zealand Army Private Hamish Summers, Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor and United States Air Force Chief Master Sgt. Paul Koester await the reading as the team prepare an aerial-cargo drop zone during Exercise Kiwi Flag Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. The wind checks are a task which must be repeated regularly prior to the drop to ensure conditions don’t exceed safety requirements for the crew and equipment. Taylor is earning her certification as a United States Air Force drop zone safety officer during the multilateral RNZAF-sponsored tactical airlift exercise comprising air assets from the USAF, RNZAF, Royal Australian Air Force, Republic Of Singapore Armed Forces and French Armed Forces of New Caledonia. Taylor’s certification will enhance interoperability and unified responses when New Zealand and the United States both respond to a combined effort. Summers is from 51st Aerial Delivery Platoon, 5th Movements Company, 2nd Combat Services Support Battalion out of Linton Military Camp in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Taylor, an air warfare officer, is assigned to 40 Squadron, RNZAF Base Ohakea. Akiyama is deployed as the 517th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron drop zone safety officer. He is the air mobility liaison officer for the 615th Contingency Operations Support Group at home station, Camp Henry, Korea. He hails from University Place, Wash. Koester is deployed as the 517th EAS jumpmaster. He is the pararescue functional manager at home station, Pacific Air Forces Headquarters at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. He hails from Colorado Springs, Colo. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson/Released)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- United States Air Force Maj. Corey Akiyama (right) walks the drop zone area with Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor to determine placement of the point-of-impact where they will place a brightly-colored panel to act as a target for the air crew during Exercise Kiwi Flag Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Akiyama is certifying Taylor as a U.S. drop zone safety officer during the multilateral RNZAF-sponsored tactical airlift exercise, Kiwi Flag, comprising air assets from the USAF, RNZAF, Royal Australian Air Force, Republic Of Singapore Armed Forces and French Armed Forces of New Caledonia. Taylor’s certification will enhance interoperability and unified responses when New Zealand and the United States both respond to a combined effort. Taylor, an air warfare officer, is assigned to 40 Squadron, RNZAF Base Ohakea. Akiyama is deployed as the 517th Expeditionary Airlift Squadron drop zone safety officer. He is the air mobility liaison officer for the 615th Contingency Operations Support Group at home station, Camp Henry, Korea. He hails from University Place, Wash. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- (Left to right) Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor checks wind velocity and direction with an anemometer (wind meter) and a compass as part of the requirements to earn her United States drop zone safety officer certification during Exercise Kiwi Flag Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

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OHAKEA, New Zealand -- Royal New Zealand Air Force Pilot Officer Emma Taylor checks wind velocity and direction with an anemometer (wind meter) and a compass as part of the requirements to earn her United States drop zone safety officer certification Nov. 14 at the New Zealand Defence Force Raumi Drop Zone near Ohakea, New Zealand. Taylor is earning the certification during the multilateral RNZAF-sponsored tactical airlift exercise, Kiwi Flag, comprising air assets from the USAF, RNZAF, Royal Australian Air Force, Republic Of Singapore Armed Forces and French Armed Forces of New Caledonia. Taylor, an air warfare officer, is assigned to 40 Squadron, RNZAF Base Ohakea. Kiwi Flag personnel are supporting Exercise Southern Katipo -- held on New Zealand’s South Island -- by managing air operations and providing cargo and passenger airlift including tactical air drops to SK participants. SK hosts nine countries involved in air, land and maritime operations. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Master Sgt. Denise Johnson/Released)
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Posted: 11/20/2013

    

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