TACLOBAN CITY, Philippines, July 6 — The multinational humanitarian aid and relief mission of the 2014 Pacific Partnership (PP 14) officially kicked off over the weekend with close to 300 military personnel from United States, Japan, Australia and Malaysia now working side by side with their Filipino counterparts in the delivery of various services to typhoon hit Tacloban City and Palo, Leyte.
Ages is proud to be once again selected to be the ground handler and FBO to the Japanese Air Self Defense Force (JASDF) who flew in their Kawasaki C-1 twenty six (26) Japanese participants to Tacloban.
The Ages office in Manila (MNL/RPLL) once again was turned into JASDF off station where the Pilots secured their weather brief and NOTAMS, filed their flight plan, refueled and loaded catering (lunch and dinner) meals for their return flight to Japan.
In his personal message of appreciation to Mr. Salonga JASDF Capt Tonasaki had this to say “I really appreciate what you did for us. I hope I work with you again.”