AIR Marshall Islands

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Friday, May 20, 2016


Air Marshall Islands


  1. A&P Mechanic ​in Place
    22 Oct, 2017
    Pursuing Airframe & Powerplant License
    A&P Mechanic in Place AIR Marshall Islands, Inc. recently sent Alentino Benjamin to Reedley College in Reedley, California. Benjamin will be having his A&P License after an accomplishment of A&P (Airframe and Powerplant) Trainings.
  2. What else we do in our aviation environment
    22 Oct, 2017
    What else we do in our aviation environment
    18 MONTHS IN PURSUIT OF PILOT LICENSE Christopher Jelke is currently attending an 18-month training at the Pacific Flying School Academy in Nadi, Fiji. ​ Chris will be participating in various airtime events to build up his 250 prerequisite hours of air time to be eligible to fly independently.
  3. Happy 37th Constitution Day
    02 May, 2016
    Happy 37th Constitution Day!
    Air Marshsall Islands Inc is Moving Forward, Come Fly With us To The Islands
  4. World war II
    28 Apr, 2016
    Tarwa Molelap
    Marshall Islands World war II Japanese seized the Marshall Islands during World War I (1914). The League of Nations awarded a mandate to the Japanese after the War. The Japanese set up their administration Jaluit which had been the German administrative center. The penetration of the outer shell of Japanese islands in the south was followed by assaults on the outer shell of Japanese islands defenses in the Central Pacific. The Japanese heavily fortified their island bastions in preparation. New
  5. Torwa Molelap
    28 Apr, 2016
    Marshall islands
    Remaining Islands The United States did not invade all of the Marshall Islands. In just one month, the Americans captured Kwajalein Atoll, Majuro, and Enewetak. Amd during the next 2wo months, the rest of the Marshall Islands, except for Wotje, Mili, Maloelap and Jaluit. American intelligence discovered that the Japanese had heavily fortified the outer islands and this wen right for Kwajalein and Enewetak. This broke Japanese power in the islands. Without planes and ships, the Japanese garrisons