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  • US F-16s relocate, Misawa Airmen integrate with JASDF in Chitose

    Nearly 95 personnel and six F-16 Fighting Falcons from Misawa Air Base soared to Chitose Air Base, Japan, April 23 to 27 to participate in an aviation training relocation program.
  • 35th Contracting Squadron: Spend to defend

    The 35th Contracting Squadron constructions section, also referred to as A-Flight, works with the 35th Civil Engineer Squadron to support construction efforts on Misawa Air Base. Projects range from runway repairs, housing renovations, roofing projects, utility upgrades and contracted projects for the sustainment, repair and renovation of industrial facilities and infrastructures on base.
  • AF announces changes to Courses 14 and 15

    Effective immediately, Air Force officials have removed the requirement to complete Courses 14 and 15 for all Airmen serving in the active component. Air National Guard and Air Force Reserve Airmen will have the option to complete their enlisted professional military education through distance learning or in-residence attendance.
  • COLA Living Pattern Survey opens in Japan

    Beginning May 1, service members throughout Japan have the opportunity to participate in the Overseas Cost of Living Allowance Living Pattern Survey and directly impact future COLA rates.
  • Lake Ogawara unites US, Japan

    Tohoku Town, Japan, welcomed Americans and Japanese alike to the Lake Ogawara Appreciation Event in Hohko-kan April 15 celebrating the two nation's friendship and enjoyment of seasonal festivals including the lake's local cuisine.
  • Innovation arms new Misawa weapons training range

    The 35th Security Forces Squadron teamed up with the 35th Operations Support Squadron to convert space at Draughon Range into an outdoor firing range—increasing their ability to train Airmen on weapons by six times, April 18.
  • F-16 Fighting Falcon, C-17 Globemaster III demonstration teams build partnerships in New Zealand

    “We are here to enhance our partnership with New Zealand,” said U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Taylor Absher, 14th Fighter Squadron F-16 pilot. “We want to put on a good show for them, and we are just as excited to be here as they are to have us.”This is the first appearance by an F-16 demonstration team since the show's inception in 1988. The U.S. Air
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