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Default Air Force Logo Taking the LEAP
Capt. Julian Gluck took his passion for the Japanese culture and language and elevated it by participating in the Language Enabled Airman Program. Exercise Cope North 2018 provided him yet another opportunity to put his passion to use when Lt. Gen. Hiroaki Maehara visited Andersen Air Force Base and saw the B-52 up-close and personal.
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The 14th FS and AMU work out of Guam during exercise COPE NORTH. Hafa adai! 14th FS and AMU work out of Guam
Whenever you walk into a restaurant or store on Guam, you'll usually find a "Hafa adai" waiting for you on the other side of the door. For the last two weeks, Andersen Air Force Base and the rest of Guam gave this bright welcome to members of the 35th Fighter Wing in the midst of exercise COPE NORTH 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. The 14th
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The two-day 35th Security Forces Squadron Winter Warrior Challenge kicked off early morning, Dec. 13, during a thick snow storm at Misawa Air Base. Misawa defenders secure PACAF-level award
Team Misawa’s 35th Security Forces Squadron received the Pacific Air Forces’ outstanding medium security forces unit of 2017, beating nine other bases in the command. The squadron consists of 225 U.S. Air Force active duty, civilian and Japanese national members divided among three flights, with two elements each. The SFS team safeguarded
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JTAGS commander with USFJ, 5th AF command chief USFJ command chief welcomes JASDF F-35A to Misawa
The United States Forces Japan and 5th Air Force command chief, Chief Master Sgt. Terrence A. Greene, joined Misawa Air Base leadership in welcoming the first operational Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A Lightning II during a commemoration ceremony, Feb. 24.
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The 14th AMU brings COPE NORTH operations success. 14th AMU patches up, beds down F-16s at COPE NORTH
What was previously a quarterly bilateral exercise held at Misawa Air Base, members of the 35th Fighter Wing are now currently in the midst of exercise COPE NORTH 2018 at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam. This two-week exercise is designed to enhance multilateral air operations between the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Marine Corps, Japan Air
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Deep talk Mental health flight trains brains
Whether patients are coming in for help while going through difficult times, feeling down or thinking of suicide, the mental health flight is always ready to help.Mental health ensures members maintain or develop the healthy psychological and interpersonal quality of life to maximize professional performance for themselves and the U.S. Air
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Nobuhiro Izumida, the Misawa City Police Station Chief shake hands with U.S. Air Force Maj. Patrick C. Gordon, the 35th Security Forces Squadron commander, after installing the first bi-lingual stop sign at an intersection in Misawa City, Japan, Feb. 15, 2018. While practically was the main objective in installing a bi-lingual stop sign, it can also be described as a great gesture of acceptance by the local community. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Collette Brooks) Bilingual stop sign showcases U.S.-Japan partnership
Misawa City police installed a new Japanese-English stop sign at an intersection near Misawa Air Base, Feb. 15, 2018.This intersection has seen a few changes in stop signs since the base's early days, but the reason behind this change is especially pertinent in the midst of the 2018 Olympic games. From 1950 to 1963, the octagon-shaped
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