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Joint Task Force-Bravo
Joint Task Force-Bravo
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1-228 Aviation Regiment
612th Air Base Squadron
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Army Support Activity
Honduran Secretary of Defense visits Soto Cano Air Base
May 26, 2022
— Honduran Secretary of Defense José Manuel Zelaya visited Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, May 24 to know more about Joint Task Force-Bravo capabilities and how the U.S. military works with local forces and personnel on the Honduran installation...
Soto Cano Air Base updates gym equipment, increases resiliency
May 5, 2022
— The Morale, Welfare and Recreation directorate, Army Support Activity executed a $139,466 project to enhance readiness and fitness at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras...
USO seeks to improve quality of life for U.S. military in Central America
November 10, 2021
— The United Services Organizations (USO) Vice President Mr. Jeffrey Hill visited Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, Nov 8 – 10 to conduct assessments to improve the quality of life for service members deployed to the region...
Palmerola International Airport discussions, Soto Cano AB
August 12, 2021
— Soto Cano Air Base Honduran and U.S. commanders met with Palmerola International Airport authorities and Honduran government representatives to discuss the upcoming international airport inauguration at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras, August 5, 2021. Soto Cano Air Base will operate as a military and commercial airline shared airfield under PIA. Open...
JTF-B hosts local commonwealth representatives at Soto Cano
June 24, 2021
— Joint Task Force-Bravo and Army Support Activity leadership hosted mayors and civilian leaders from the departments of Comayagua and La Paz at Soto Cano Air Base, Honduras to continue the legacy of partnership and cooperation between the Task Force and its Honduran partners, June 23...
Continuing Education Services receives new home at Soto Cano
September 24, 2018
— Army Support Activity Soto Cano Air Base held a ribbon cutting ceremony for a new Continuing Education Services Center here, September 20, 2018...