Guard members bring medical relief to Guatemalan citizens
Thirty-one Airmen from theCalifornia Air National Guard's 163rdMedical Group traveled to Guatemala Aug. 18 for a two-week medical readiness training exercise in and aroundSanta Rosa.
New Horizons brings medical care to 12,414 Peruvians
After three months of performing nine medical missions, New Horizons medical readiness training exercises have come to a close with a total of 12,414 Peruvians treated by Air Force and Navy medical reservists.
Colombia Hosts 2008 Senior Enlisted Leaders Conference
Food shipment arrives in Haiti
A shipment of fortified rice, coordinated by SOUTHCOM's Humanitarian Assistance Directorate, arrived in Haiti recently and was distributed by representatives from the government of Haiti and an international NGO and was delivered to those most in need.
U.S. Army aviators support humanitarian mission in Ayacucho, Peru
7/10/2008-AYACUCHO, Peru--U.S. Army CH-47D "Chinook" aircrew members and soldiers with Task Force New Horizons are providing heavy-lift helicopter support to more than 990 U.S. servicemembers deployed to Ayacucho, Peru in support of New Horizons Peru-2008, a humanitarian effort focused on bringing a better quality of life to the people of [ … ]
U.S. Naval Ship Completes Humanitarian Mission to Three Countries
USS Boxer makes voyage to El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru
USNORTHCOM Hosts Mexico Senior Legislative Leaders
*Dialogue on Hemispheric Security in preparation for the Mérida Initiative*
Secretary of Defense Dr. Robert M. Gates
*Beyond Guns and Steel: Reviving the Nonmilitary Instruments of American Power*
Rescued hostages finally come home
Colombia's military rescued 15 hostages, including three U.S. government contractors, from leftist revolutionary captors who had imprisoned the group in jungle camps for more than five years.
This press release was issued by the Ministry of Defense of Colombia on July 2, 2008.
NORTHCOM Engages Mexico’s Senior Legislators
_Seminar Provides Forum for Leaders to Discuss Top Security Issues_
IAAFA´s Contribution to the War on Terror
Since its beginnings in 1943, the Inter-American Air Forces Academy (IAAFA) has fulfilled the invaluable mission of strengthening the bonds of brotherhood through providing education and training, in Spanish, to the countries in Latin America. One of the means IAAFA employs to fulfill its mission is the support provided to [ … ]