U.S. Air Force to Conduct Exercise Resilient Typhoon in Guam, CNMI, FSM, Palau

ASAN, Guam (April 18, 2019) – The U.S. Air Force is scheduled to conduct an
exercise with Airmen and aircraft operating from Guam, Tinian, Saipan, The
Federated States of Micronesia (Yap) and Palau from April 22-26.

The exercise, called Resilient Typhoon, involves fighter and mobility
aircraft gathering at and then dispersing from Andersen Air Force Base,
Guam, to airfields across Micronesia.

“We are grateful for the opportunity to train here and validate Pacific Air
Forces’ and our regional partners’ ability to maintain readiness in support
of this vital area,” said Maj. Phil Ventura, a Pacific Air Forces

During the exercise, the general public should expect to see and hear an
increase in military aviation activities in and around the: Antonio B. Won
Pat International Airport, Guam; Tinian International Airport, and Saipan
International Airport,  Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands
(CNMI); Yap International Airport, Federated States of Micronesia (FSM); and
Babelthuap/Koror Airport, Republic of Palau.

“Our Airmen are committed to operating in a safe and
environmentally-conscious manner,” Ventura said. “We look forward to working
with our local partners and enjoying the world-renowned hospitality in Guam,
the CNMI, FSM and Palau.”