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  • The 35th FW kicks off RED FLAG-Alaska 19-1

    Exercise RED FLAG-Alaska 19-1 kicked off at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, Oct. 4 with primary flying operations being executed over the Joint Pacific Alaska Range Complex. Misawa Air Base’s 35th Fighter Wing is serving as the lead unit throughout the Pacific Air Forces-sponsored training.
  • Team Misawa gets down and dirty with the Engines Shop Airmen

    Come with us as we find out what makes being an engine mechanic one of #MisawaABDirtyJobs!
  • Legal Blotter - August 2018

    The following personnel at Misawa AB were punished under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) in the month of August of 2018:
  • Community Events - October 2018

    The month of October includes nine local and regional events offering attendees opportunities to continue building partnerships among their Japanese neighbors.Hirosaki Chrysanthemum festivalLocated at the Hirosaki Castle Botanical Garden (Hirosaki Park) from Oct 19-Nov 1140.607009, 140.464589Misawa Halloween FestivalLocated on the Misawa main
  • 35th FW chapel sponsors resiliency trip for U.S. service members

    The 35th Fighter Wing chapel gave U.S. service members and their dependents an opportunity to view some of Japan’s historical and natural structures with a free resiliency trip Sept. 15. The goal of the trip was to evoke human dignity, which the chapel accomplished by thanking members and their families for their hard work and dedication to the Air
  • 35th FW hosts JASDF Bilateral Exchange Program, builds Indo-Pacific partnership

    When allies smoothly integrate with each other, both professionally and emotionally, a sliver of a connection is established, becomes reinforced and later woven into an inseparable bond, providing balance in the Indo-Pacific region. Approximately two decades ago, Team Misawa initiated the maintenance Bilateral Exchange Program, a bi-annual NCO
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