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6/19/2007 - MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- 
Name: Tech. Sgt .Renee C. Crisostomo 


Misawa Warrior of the Week
Name: Tech. Sgt .Renee C. Crisostomo Hometown: Stockton, California Squadron: Detachment 12, Air Force News Agency (AFN) Duty title: Production section noncommissioned officer in charge"I am proud to nominate Sergeant Crisostomo as our warrior of the week. Sergeant Crisostomo leads the AFN Misawa production section through her hard work and a
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Force reduction update
Probably the most difficult part of my job as your Secretary is releasing patriotic Americans from serving in our Air Force, but it is a step we nevertheless must take. One of the duties we have as Airmen is assuring future Airmen that they will be as capable and confident to accomplish the mission as we are today. We are faced with the need to
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2007
MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Senior Airman Gena Armstrong with her husband Tech Sgt. Barry Armstrong after his return from Iraq to Misawa on June 9th 2007. Sergeant Armstrong, 35th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, along with14th Fighter Squadron returned later than expected due to weather and mechanical problems. (U.S. Navy Photo By Mass Communications Specialist Seaman Shane Arrington)
Wife cries for joy as deployed husband returns home
Earlier this year Senior Airman Gena Armstrong kissed her husband goodbye before his deployment to Iraq. She stood with a crowd of people waiting to welcome her loved one back home June 9. There were weather and mechanical problems that delayed the return of her husband Tech. Sgt. Barry Armstrong, 35th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, and the rest of
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Teenagers learn skills, earn money toward college through volunteering
Misawa's teenagers can take advantage of a local program that will add to their job experience and earn money toward scholarships. Misawa's teenagers can volunteer 10 to 20 hours a week while learning a skill this summer through the VolunTeen program June 25 through August 10 here. This Department of Defense-sponsored program is in its fifth year
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2007
Visit provides meaningful experience for dozens of cadets. Senior Airman Tyler Stevens, 35th Maintenance Squadron transient alert journeyman, gives instructions to Cadet 4th Class Kimberly Perkins during a recent visit to Misawa Air Base, Japan. The visit gave twenty cadets a chance to experience life around an actual Air Force base as well as have the experience of following some Airmen while they were on the job. (Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Vann Miller) ROTC Cadets learn about operational AF while at Misawa
Awesome! The awe inspired teen climbed out of the crash-recovery crane with a smile and rushed over to her fellow Air Force cadets. She had just controlled a powerful vehicle designed to lift and move damaged aircraft. Though her training only required her to move a tennis ball using the hoist at the end of the extension arm, she had a chance to
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2007
Default Air Force Logo 67 Misawa E-6 make E-7 & 99 E-5s make E-6
The Air Force selected 6,002 of 24,115 eligible technical sergeants for promotion to master sergeant, and 7,314 of 39,797 eligible staff sergeants for promotion to technical sergeant. At Misawa, 67 technical sergeants and 99 staff sergeants were informed of their selection for promotion at the end of the duty day June 14. The master sergeant
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2007
A Mitsubishi F-2 support fighter from the Japan Air Self Defense Force takes off from the runway at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam, June 13 as part of Exercise Cope North. The fighter, from the 3rd Squadron at Misawa Air Base, Japan, is making JASDF history as this is its first deployment outside of Japan, and the first time the aircraft will drop live munitions on a fixed target. (U.S. Air Force photo/Marine Cpl. Ashleigh Bryant) F-2s from Misawa make live bomb debut during exercise
"Hands-on" took on real meaning for members of the Japan Air Self Defense Force as F-2 support fighter pilots dropped the first live weapons from the fighter here June 13 as part of Exercise Cope North. As there is no live range in Japan, the F-2 pilots used this opportunity to practice with live weapons at the Farralon de Medinilla range, 160
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2007
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