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Technical Sgt David Diamond plays taps at Arizona Memorial
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Members of the band don WWII era uniforms for PH75
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501st AF Band on parade field for public ceremony
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Staff Sgt Aaron Kusterer thanks WWII vets in Fairbanks
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Staff Sgt Courtney Clifford engages students at La Pietra
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Lt Col Moore Urrutia displays AF excellence in Japan
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Band NCOs pay respect to the flag at AFN convention
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SrA Aaron Kusterer practices licks before a show
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Lt Col Moore Urrutia leads joint service concert for public
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WWII vet sings accompanied by SSgt Aaron Kusterer
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The band connects with students celebrating end of term
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501st AF Band in front of the Freedom Tower
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Technical Sgt Diamond honors the flag
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501st AF Band in formation on the flight line

United States Air Force Band of the Pacific

The Band of the Pacific-Hawaii consists of full time active duty musicians performing in the Indo Asia Pacific region in support of military and community relations objectives. The band is made up of the popular music groups Hana Hou and Small Kine, our Jazz/Latin Ensemble Papana and The Pacific Jazz Combo.

The United States Air Force Band of the Pacific-Hawaii serves Pacific Air Forces' ceremonial, airmen morale, and commanders outreach needs and objectives throughout an area of responsibility which spans the Pacific Ocean from the Arctic Circle to Australia, and from the Polynesian Islands to the west coast of India, to include all of Southeast Asia.

The United States Air Force Band of the Pacific is comprised of a unit stationed at Yokota Air Base, Tokyo, Japan with a detachment stationed at Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, Hawaii.

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Month of the Military Child performance - military service is a family commitment. We thank the children of our service members, for their bottomless love, patience and support! SSgts Rachel Wilson and Derek Wilson performing a concert for the children of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam U.S. Air Force photos by TSgt Patrick Brush and SrA Anneke Bentley U.S. Pacific Air Forces 15th Wing U.S. Indo-Pacific Command Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Shaking off the Monday Blues - SrA Anneke Bentley, creating some new friendships in a packed auditorium at our show at Punahou School, in downtown Honolulu, Hawaii. PACAF U.S. Indo-Pacific Command 15th Wing Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Recently, "Pacific Trends" one of the Band's popular music ensembles, had the opportunity to perform for an annual #SakuraFest in Hinode. Please enjoy this quick video recap showcasing #Japan traditions, old & new! U.S. Indo-Pacific Command U.S. Pacific Air Forces U.S. Forces Japan (在日米軍司令部) Yokota Air Base アメリカ大使館 U.S. Embassy Tokyo
It was an honor and privilege to have been invited to participate in this year's Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019 in beautiful Langkawi, Malaysia. We made some beautiful connections and lasting friendships during our short time there. Thank you U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur for supporting us, and thank you Underwater World Langkawi and Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall for hosting our performances. Special thanks to: - original soundtrack by TSgt Nick Daniels - voice over by SrA Anneke Bentley
Today, Pacific Trends had the opportunity to share their #music at the annual #SakuraFestival held in Hinode, Japan. Performances like today’s strengthen a free and open Indo-Pacific region and further U.S. Pacific Air Forces “strengthening alliances” line of effort. U.S. Indo-Pacific Command U.S. Forces Japan (在日米軍司令部) Yokota Air Base
Thank you Underwater World Langkawi for hosting us and producing this great video of our performance! We look forward to returning soon!
LIMA Day 5) Amazing, energetic audience today! Thank you Malaysia and Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019 for the honor to perform here at the exhibition, as well as at other places around the island. Thank you U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur for all your support! U.S. Air Force photo by TSgt Patrick Brush
SSgt Rachel Wilson performed "Tanggal 31", a Malaysian patriotic and national song to hundreds of delighted Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019 audience members. Performances like today help communicate the USAF Band of the Pacific's and U.S. Pacific Air Forces commitment to developing a strong partnership with Malaysia.
LIMA day 5) Setting up for our final performance at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019. The USAF Band of the Pacific and U.S. Pacific Air Forces are honored to have been invited to perform at LIMA. Thanks to the U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur for their tremendous support of our events throughout Langkawi!
The United States Air Force Band of the Pacific traveled to Langkawi, Malaysia in support of the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA). Partnering with the U.S. Embassy, Kuala Lumpur, the band also performed a number of community relations concerts in the local area.
LIMA Day 5) Malaysia and her people are beautiful. Such an honor to have shared the stage with the Seventh Fleet Band performing for an amazing audience. Thank you Langkawi Island,Malaysia for hosting us for Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition Lima19.
LIMA Day 4) Delighting audiences in downtown Langkawi - in addition to supporting Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019, the Band worked alongside U.S. Embassy Kuala Lumpur to setup a number of local community engagement concerts to demonstrate the United States commitment to a strong and lasting partnership with Malaysia. U.S. Air Force photo by TSgt Heather Redman
#ICYMI Last week, together with the Japan Air Self-Defence Force, we supported the opening ceremony for the MLB Japan Open Series. Our Brass Quintet played for visitors from the Ome-Yokota Friendship Club, and Pacific Trends performed for the Fussa Yokota International Exchange Club! #weekinreview
The United States Air Force Band of the Pacific traveled to Langkawi, Malaysia in support of the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA). Partnering with the U.S. Embassy, Kuala Lumpur, the band also performed a number of community relations concerts in the local area.
LIMA Day 1) Vocalist SSgt Rachel Wilson leaving the stage and engaging members of the audience to sing along during tonight's public performance at The Danna Langkawi hotel. U.S. Air Force photo by TSgt Heather Redman
Music connects and brings us together. Check out this video from our friends at USAF Heritage of America Band recognizing those affected by Hurricane Florence.
Spreading good AF vibes in Mililani, HI. A student having a little fun learning about classical guitar.
Check out this story for photos from Pacific Showcase's trip to Kyotango City!
Recently, Pacific Trends from Yokota Air Base travelled to Bangalore, India to support the U.S. Embassy India with performances at Aero India 2019. Enjoy this short video showcasing our continued support throughout the Indo-Pacific region! U.S. Indo-Pacific Command U.S. Pacific Air Forces
“Pacific Showcase” travelled to Kyotango City to support the 防衛省(Japan Ministry of Defense)3rd Annual joint concert between Japan - U. S. Members from the 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 joined with students from Mineyama Junior High School, the Tango Brass Band and the Petite Etoille dance company in the final number showcasing the strong alliance between Japan & the United States. U.S. Pacific Air Forces U.S. Forces Japan (在日米軍司令部) Yokota Air Base