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That group power Weasel engineers win big in PACAF
By plowing hundreds of inches of snow, keeping Misawa's buildings in top shape and ensuring emergency management programs ran smoothly, the 35th Civil Engineer Squadron won the PACAF Outstanding Civil Engineer Unit (Large Unit) for the Year award.This large unit award recognizes a civil engineering unit with 500 or more military and civilian
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The American Red Cross chairman of volunteers, Jessica McCollum, received the President's Lifetime Achievement Award here, Dec. 18. Misawa volunteer receives presidential award
The American Red Cross chairman of volunteers, Jessica McCollum, received the President's Lifetime Achievement Award here, Dec. 18.The President's Volunteer Service Awards honors deeply-invested volunteers whose service multiplies by the inspiration they give to others.The awards have multiple levels, each designed to recognize milestones of an
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2018
Japanese neighbors share New Year traditions with Team Misawa Japanese neighbors share New Year traditions with Team Misawa
In Japan, the New Year celebration, called “shogatsu,” is more than just a time to throw parties; it’s a celebration of tradition, hopes for good luck and a prosperous year.Team Misawa attended many New Year ceremonies with local agencies like the Misawa International Association, the Misawa Rotary Club and the Misawa Chamber of Commerce, and this
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2018
Through the shadows Night flying enhances aircraft maintenance unit's readiness
Clear blue skies aren't guaranteed when a mission is tasked, so the aircraft maintenance units and fighter squadrons at Misawa Air Base, Japan, frequently conduct night operations to increase abilities to operate in any conditions. “A vital part of our mission at Misawa is the ability to execute 24-hour operations,” said Capt. Kayla Pipe, the 14th
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2018
Waiting quietly Army veterinarian provides care to Team Misawa
Only about 700 Army veterinarians are serving on active duty and in the reserve components in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps, supporting missions around the world for nearly 800 military installations.These doctors oversee all vet service activities in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force, across the U.S. and over 90 countries.U.S. Army Capt.
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Default Air Force Logo Life of a Panther \\ Episode 5: Night Flying

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2018
Almost done 35th Surgical Operations Squadron fixes the injured
Whether reconstructing a foot or knee, performing surgery, removing a cast or treating a spine disorder, 35th Surgical Operations Squadron orthopedic surgeons and technicians treat personnel ranging from the 35th Force Support Squadron Airmen to maintainers on the flight line, allowing them to move, work and be active during their daily
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