U.S. Air Force Heads to Chile for Largest Air Show in Western Hemisphere

first_imgExchanges like those that will occur at FIDAE are conducted throughout the year across the U.S. Southern Command’s (SOUTHCOM) area of responsibility where Airmen are able to share best practices and procedures with their Chilean counterparts. More than 65 Airmen from around the United States are scheduled to participate in a variety of activities during the week-long International Air and Space Fair (FIDAE) that includes aerial demonstrations, interaction with the local community, and subject matter expert exchanges with the Chilean Air Force. Through this ongoing interaction, U.S. Airmen are able to promote interoperability with partner-nation air forces throughout the Western Hemisphere. “FIDAE is a great opportunity for Airmen to work hand-in-hand with the Chilean air force,” Torrealday added. “The air show also gives our Airmen a chance to learn new concepts and procedures from the several other air forces that are here and it also gives them the chance to interact and learn about the latest technology in air and space.”center_img By Dialogo April 01, 2016 “AFSOUTH [Air Force South] has built relationships with our partner nations, like Chile, through the facilitation of exercises and exchanges throughout the past several years,” said U.S. Air Force Colonel Mike Torrealday, Reserve Advisor to the 12th AF (AFSOUTH) Commander and AFSOUTH mission commander for FIDAE 2016. “It’s this relationship between Chile and the United States, that AFSOUTH has cultivated, which led to us being invited to support FIDAE.” last_img read more

Make your own d-mn sandwich

first_imgKevin Fohrer | Daily TrojanHaley Schumacher, a junior majoring in industrial and systems engineering, participates in the Women’s Student Assembly’s ‘Feminist T-Shirt Give Away and Sandwich Making’ event, which took place Thursday afternoon along Trousdale Parkway. The event served as a peek into tonight’s Fem Fest, which will take place in Founders Park.last_img