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U.S. Air Force Capt. David Neville, a 13th Fighter Squadron F-16 Fighting Falcon pilot, conducts a flight sortie above northern Japan, June 12, 2017. Neville and other 13th and 14th Fighter Squadron pilots joined Kadena Air Base, Japan, F-15C Eagle pilots to conduct air-to-air coverage and suppression of enemy air defense procedures during an aviation relocation training. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Deana Heitzman) Eagles migrate north for bilateral training
Some birds migrate north for the summer, and over the last week this was the case for a unique flock of eagles welcomed onto Misawa Air Base for a training exercise with the 35th Fighter Wing and the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. These birds, or F-15C Eagles, assigned to Kadena Air Base, Japan, joined F-16 Fighting Falcons and JASDF F-2s in blue
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U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. Darryl Roberson, commander, Air Education and Training Command, and AETC Command Chief Master Sgt. David Staton smile during a briefing at the 372nd Training Squadron, Detachment 23, Misawa Air Base, Japan, July 11, 2017. During the visit, the senior leaders were able to take a closer look at training to ensure continued support to 35th Fighter Wing maintainers. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brittany A. Chase) AETC commander visits 372nd Training Squadron, 3rd Air Wing
The Air Education and Training Command commander visited Misawa Air Base July 11 to witness the base’s bilateral readiness in which his training teams play vital roles.Lt. Gen. Darryl L. Roberson checked in on the 372nd Training Squadron, Detachment 23 Airmen and toured the Japanese Air Self-Defense Force’s infrastructure build-up as they prepare
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U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Sonethasinh Sayasaeng, a 35th Maintenance Squadron avionics technician, prepares an F-16 Fighting Falcon for an M7.1 upgrade at Misawa Air Base, Japan, July 13, 2017. The upgrade will provide pilots with more tactical information to be applied to dynamic missions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Sadie Colbert) Misawa F-16s receive system upgrade to boost tactical power
As years pass technology continuously progresses, including the F-16 Fighting Falcon avionics systems, a warfighting computer reaping the benefits of man’s technological advancements. The 35th Fighter Wing’s F-16 fleet began an avionics upgrade this week to further enhance the fleet’s readiness, situational awareness and tactical capabilities,
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U.S. Air Force Col. R. Scott Jobe, the 35th Fighter Wing commander, cuts a ribbon during the grand opening of the Wild Weasels' Bar & Grill, at Misawa Air Base, Japan, July 7, 2017.  The 35 Force Support Squadron established the eatery to satisfy Misawa AB residents' request for an American style dine-in restaurant. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Sadie Colbert) Hungry Weasels line-up for restaurant opening
Burgers sizzle and a satisfying aroma fills the air as members order food from Team Misawa’s newest eatery addition, the Wild Weasels' Bar & Grill, which opened July 7.Plans began approximately two years ago when results from a 35th Force Support Squadron base-wide survey highlighted families’ cravings for an American-style restaurant.“We wanted to
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Jay Tababa, a 35th Civil Engineer Squadron hazardous waste storage area operator, punctures a spray paint can at Misawa Air Base, Japan, June 29, 2017. Tababa punctures and drains hundreds of cans annually, ensuring they’re properly disposed of in accordance with the Japanese Environmental Governing Standards. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Brittany A. Chase) Free cleaning supplies, safe environment
Every year roughly 500 Airmen move out of Misawa AB, leaving behind harsh cleaning chemicals, paints, aerosals and other hazardous materials.The 35th Civil Engineer Squadron hazardous waste facility area ensures proper housing and disposing of this waste, which includes offering it for free to base members in need of cleaning supplies, batteries
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U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Monet Murdock, left, a 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron customer service technician and her daughter Aaliyah Murdock, right, stare into each other’s eyes at the 35th Medical Group women’s health clinic at Misawa Air Base, Japan, June 29, 2017. During the cycles of pregnancy, obstetrics and gynecologist physicians ensure a mother and their child are healthy throughout the entire process, ultimately helping the mother give birth at the end. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Sadie Colbert) Airman welcomes life into Misawa
"Labor is like a box of chocolates--you never know what you're gonna get," according to some mothers while describing the process, referencing Forrest Gump. At Misawa Air Base, uncertainties still exist, but one guarantee is the doctors, like Capt. Paola Rosa, a 35th Surgical Operations Squadron obstetrics and gynecologist physician, will stand by
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U.S Air Force Lt. Col. Christopher Moeller, 13th Fighter Squadron commander, children run to greet him after returning home from a temporary duty location at Misawa Air Base, Japan, June 26, 2017. Moeller and his team of 13th FS pilots returned from Kunsan Air Base, Republic of Korea, to a newly refurbished airfield executed by the 35th Civil Engineer Squadron and their host nation counterparts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Deana Heitzman) Runway repair concludes, fighters return early
After nearly two months of construction, Misawa Air Base’s runway became fully operational more than a week ahead of schedule, June 26, and both fighter squadrons returned home.Due to teamwork between the entire 35th Fighter Wing, Pacific Air Forces and host nation construction companies, military and civilian aircraft can conduct missions safely
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Airman Drummer Beats Adversity With Style
35 Fighter Wing Public Affairs
September 14, 2017 | 2:22
Those who know him would normally describe him as soft-spoken and reserved, but life is anything but quiet for this musically-inclined Airmen.
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