Air Force hardware moved in face of typhoonWhen Typhoon Nock-ten headed for Guam eventually bring the island relatively little stormy weather on Oct. 20 B-52s and KC-135 air refueling tankers stationed at Andersen Air Force Base headed off-island to avoid the storm. Between six to ten B-52s are stationed at Andersen at any one time and between three and five air refueling tankers. The B-52s headed for Elmendorf just outside of Anchorage Ala. and the air tankers left for Utah. Air refueling tankers at Andersen are on a rotational deployment of two weeks to . . .
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