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Latest Operations News
Strategic Airlift Capability launches Alumni registration website
13 NOV 2018 – PÁPA - - The Strategic Airlift Capability launches an alumni registration website. All former personnel that have served with the Heavy Airlift Wing, (HAW) and all former NATO Airlift Management Agency/Programme Office (NAMA/NAMP) employees are entitled to register as a SAC Alumni.
Strategic Airlift Capability Supports Exercise Trident Juncture 18
18 OCT 2018 – PÁPA - - The Strategic Airlift Capability supports the NATO exercise Trident Juncture 18, by conducting troop deployment transports, and redeployment transports for several of the program’s member nations.
Strategic Airlift Capability Supported Exercise Saber Junction 18
25 SEP 2018 – PÁPA - - Recently, the Strategic Airlift Capability supported exercise Saber Junction 18, by performing Air Drop operations with personnel, platforms with heavy equipment, and Container Delivery System bundles.
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Latest Support News
Strategic Airlift Capability Acquires C-17 Simulator
08 AUG 2017 – PÁPA - - The 12 Nations of the Strategic Airlift Capability (SAC) recently confirmed that the SAC program will acquire a C-17 Weapon Systems Trainer Simulator. The simulator will be built on Pápa Air Base and will provide the Heavy Airlift Wing increased flexibility and proficiency training options over the next 20 years.
Strategic Airlift Capability Receives First Permanent C-17 Engine
19 JUN 2017 – PÁPA - - The SAC Program have received delivery of its first-ever permanently stationed C-17 engine. The 11-million dollar Pratt and Whitney F117 engine, which is the most expensive single piece of a C-17, gives the SAC the capability to replace an entire engine on the C-17, usually within 24 hours.
Strategic Airlift Capability Opens New C-17 Hangar Complex at Pápa Air Base
17 NOVEMBER 2016 – PÁPA - - Earlier this year, the personnel of the 12-nation Heavy Airlift Wing (HAW), the NATO Airlift Management Program Office (NAM PO) and Boeing moved into a new custom-designed C-17 hangar complex at Pápa Air Base. On 17 November they hosted the Grand Opening ceremony.
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