Military bases on Guam have been under multiple restrictions since entering Health Protection Condition-Charlie in March.
The Air Force has ended its 16-year mission to keep strategic bombers in Guam to reassure allies and act as a deterrent.
Fourteen aircraft paraded in a formation known as an "elephant walk" along the runway at Andersen Air Force Base.
The Guam EPA has fined Andersen for sanitizing some of its water with chlorination tablets made for sanitizing pools.
Both airmen are charged under the Uniform Code of Military Justice and each man's trial could last up to a week.
Power outages were being reported on Guam by Monday afternoon as the island braced for a near-direct hit from a typhoon.
U.S. Air Force tankers in the Pacific sustained damage this week during Tropical Storm Maria, Military.com has learned.
An Article 32 hearing was held May 11 to determine whether the airman should stand trial for murder.
Airman 1st Class Bradley Hale was found unresponsive at a temporary lodging facility and declared dead March 27.
A UH-1N Huey with 1st Helicopter Squadron was on a training mission when its crew was forced to make an emergency landing.
The former officer received kickbacks in a $5 billion health scheme involving compounded medicine prescriptions.
One of the children suffered injuries including a fractured skull, a broken arm and a fractured spine.
The Air Force's newest combat search-and-rescue helicopter, the HH-60W Jolly Green II, hit another milestone.
He was booted from service five months before retirement for a child molestation conviction 10 years before.