PACAF

AcronymDefinition
PACAFPacific Air Forces
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Under the contract, valued at approximately $80 million if all options are exercised, General Dynamics Information Technology will provide single system management, maintenance and support for existing communications systems for both North American Aerospace Defense Command, or NORAD, and Pacific Air Forces Air Defense, or PACAF.
Since AETC, AMC, PACAF, and AFSPC were not significant variables, the energy consumption per square meter in these major commands was considered similar to that of ACC.
PACAF advisors also played a vital role in military-to-military air coordination, and they trained RTAF pilots and planners on international flight requirements and procedures.
As the PACAF Director of Plans and Programs, my team develops the command's long-range, deliberate plans to implement national, military and theater strategy in support of our nation's interests.
In addition, final price negotiations with PACAF Command for IT Consulting Services will be completed August 2003.
Without a doubt, 7 December 1941 proved that airpower is synonymous with national security, and PACAF is the primary wielder and guarantor of its application towards strategic objectives in US Pacific Command's (USPACOM) area of responsibility (AOR).
States, territories, and nations included in the PACAF AOR include, but are not limited to, Alaska, Hawaii, Japan, Korea, Guam, Wake Island, Australia, Diego Garcia, and the Northern Mariana Islands.
as had been done with PACAF F-102s to Vietnam in 1964.
th] Civil Engineer Squadron, Andersen Air Force Base, Guam MAJCOM: PACAF
The professionalism displayed throughout the maintenance complex was the best observed in PACAF.
This is the beginning of a new chapter in the Air Force Reserve, flying the newest fighter in the Air Force and teaming up for the first F-22 permanent basing in PACAF," said Col.
Hays (former PACAF commander) who is right over here at this table.