183d Members Play Major Role in PANAMAX 22

Members of the 183d Air Operations Group (AOG) played an integral role in the success of Exercise PANAMAX 2022. PANAMAX is a large, joint and multinational exercise that focuses on ensuring the free flow of commerce through the Panama Canal. The exercise, in which a fictional Central American country is threatened by a violent extremist organization, involved over 1,500 U.S. military personnel and nearly 500 security personnel from 19 partner nations. The 183 AOG had 68 members participate in 3 different locations: Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona; Fort Sam Houston, Texas; and the Joint Warfighting Center in Suffolk, Virginia

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