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tabHistorical Timeline 
1982: Palmerola Air Base is Constructed

1983: JTF-11 is established and later re-designated JTF-Alpha

1984: JTF-Alpha is re-designated as JTF-Bravo (2000+ personnel)

1992-1994: Transitional period (1,130 personnel) bilateral humanitarian and civil assistance operations

1995: Downsizing/Reorganization (710 personnel)

1996: Revised OPORD Central Champs (449 personnel)

1997: Commander in Chief's Theater Engagement plan issued, calling for Soto Cano to serve as strategic gateway to theater

1998: JTF-Bravo provides disaster relief assistance after Hurricane Mitch

1999: 1st Battalion, 228th Aviation Regiment assigned as tenant unit from Panama

2000: 612th Aviation Squadron activation

2002: JTF-Bravo's mission revised to include joint and interagency operations

2007: JTF-Bravo dispatched medical team to Peru in response to severe earthquake

2010: JTF-Bravo supported operation Unified Response in Haiti

2014: JTF-Bravo provided aid to regions in Honduras following tropical storm Hannah and provide assistance for repatriation flights
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