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Pacific Air Forces Weather Operations

Responsible to the Director of Air and Space Operations, Pacific Air Forces, for providing or arranging weather support to staff and operational forces to enhance the combat effectiveness of PACAF, Army, joint, and combined operations. Evaluates and provides functional management advice to PACAF weather forces. Develops deliberate and contingency plan support, command policy and guidance, standardized procedures, and career field training requirements for PACAF weather forces. Manages and monitors force readiness and deployment capability. Monitors the health and sustainment of fixed and tactical weather equipment and identifies new system requirements. Provides staff weather support in meeting the air component needs of USPACOM.

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3rd OSS/OSW, Elmendorf AFB, Alaska
8th OSS/OSW, Kunsan AB, Korea
18th OSS/OSW, Kadena AB, Japan
35th OSS/OSW, Misawa AB, Japan
36th OSS/OSW, Andersen AFB, Guam
51st OSS/OSW, Osan AB, Korea
354th OSS/OSW, Eielson AFB, Alaska
374th OSS/OSW, OL-A, Yakota AB, Korea
607th COS/DOW, Osan AB, Korea
607th WS, HQ, Yongsan AIN, Korea
607th WS, OL-A, Seoul AB, Korea
Joint Typhoon Warning Center, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii

Watching the weather
Airman 1st Class Lindsay Jewell watches the weather over Japan on the operations floor Tuesday, April 18, 2006, at Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. Airman Lindsay is a weather forecast apprentice with the 17th Operational Weather Squadron, which provides Pacific Air Forces with tailored operational forecasts. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Shane A. Cuomo)

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