Journal Staff

Andersen Air Force Base has a slew of quality of life projects planned for servicemembers and their families — including new recreational and housing facilities — even as it remains ready to respond to world events.

Gen. Gentry W. Boswell, commander of the Air Force’s 36th Wing — the host unit at Andersen — said that he doesn’t foresee any changes to the 36th Wing’s mission due to recently escalated tensions stemming from the killing of Iranian general Qasem Soleimani by U.S. forces in January, although it does have assets that could be . . .

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