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Joint Task Force-Bravo
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1-228 Aviation Regiment
612th Air Base Squadron
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JTF-Bravo “Sugar Bears” complete Corrosion Control Inspection
April 22, 2022
JTF-Bravo conducts overwater survival training in Colon, Honduras
April 29, 2021
— U.S. service members attached to Joint Task Force-Bravo, Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, conducted the second iteration of overwater survival training at Puerto Castilla and Trujillo Bay, Honduras, from April 16-23, 2021...
Panamanian and US forces conclude humanitarian exercise Mercury
February 1, 2021
— Joint Task Force Bravo, United States Southern Command, the Panamanian National Aeronaval Service (Senan) and National Border Service (Senafront) held a closing ceremony for humanitarian exercise “Mercury” today...
JTF-Bravo commits to additional assistance
November 12, 2020
— As life-saving efforts continue in Honduras, Panama and Guatemala, Joint Task Force-Bravo begins to transition from rescue operations to delivery of necessary aid to communities that have been cut-off for days since Hurricane Eta passed through Central America...
New leader assumes command, carries on legacy at JTF-Bravo
August 6, 2020
— U.S. Army Col. Steven Barry, Joint Task Force Bravo (JTF-B) commander, passed that symbol of leadership in spirit to the new JTF-B commander, Army Col. John D. Litchfield, in a virtual ceremony presided over by U.S. Southern Command commander Adm. Craig Faller, Aug. 5, 2020 at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras. Barry is a native of Hamilton, New Jersey and graduated from the United States Military Academy in 1996...
Joining forces maintain operability, provide medical care
August 19, 2019
— Soldiers with the U.S. Army Reserve assigned to Joint Task Force-Bravo conducted a Medical Readiness Training Exercise with Honduran military counterparts in the Atlántida department, Honduras, to provide basic medical services at local schools in the Frutera, Saladito and Boca del Toro villages, August 6 – 8...