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Oct. 22, 2007

JTF-Bravo completes second hike to deliver food to mountain village

Soldiers, Sailors and Airmen from Soto Cano Air Base completed the second in a series of five mountain hikes to deliver food here Oct. 20. The hike, rated as "physically challenging" by its organizers, took approximately four hours as the servicemembers navigated the steep terrain to the village at an estimated 4,950 feet above sea level. The group

Oct. 15, 2007

Miembros de la Fuerza de Tarea Conjunto Bravo traen comida a un pueblito en la montan~a de Comayagua

Grupo militar estadounidense exploraron la montan~a de Comayagua, lo que al principio se crei'a imposible de realizar. Esto se convirtio' en una excursio'n que fue denominada "Ma'ximo Poder" Adema's, de explorar el a'rea el grupo formado por aproximadamente 55 militares voluntarios, entregaron donaciones que consistieron en 450 libras en productos

Oct. 12, 2007

U.S. plays key role in Nicaraguan relief efforts

A team of U.S. servicemembers deployed here from Joint Task Force-Bravo in Honduras late last week and is continuing U.S. military support to international relief operations in Nicaragua in the wake of Hurricane Felix. Since U.S. military support began Sept. 5, troops have delivered more than 300,000 pounds of U.S. aid. In addition to the Joint

Oct. 12, 2007

Airmen treat Honduran children to fun, games during annual Kid's Day

Airmen from the 612th Air Base Squadron here welcomed local children from the Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Children's Home in nearby Comayagua to the base for the Annual Kid's Day celebration Sept. 22. Approximately 90 children were treated to various games, piñatas, swimming in the base pool and a hotdog lunch served up by various members of the