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  • Roll Call: Professional development guide week

    Professional development publications combine to provide information for Airmen When you reflect on your many experiences as an Airman, you may realize leadership is learned, not inherited. Various sources, including Professional Military Education, Weighted Airman Promotion System (WAPS), and observing positive role models and mentors are all ways
  • Misawa Air Base youth learn Japanese culture basics

    When military members move overseas, they, as well as their children, get a chance to explore new cultures. That exploring can be through planned trips, classes offered locally and just by living in the country. At Misawa, children as young as three and four can take Japanese dance classes and beginner's Japanese conversation classes at the youth
  • Young Airman prepares for his first deployment

    Eighteen-years-old and fresh out of high school, he may not have many years under his flak-vest but he made a choice few make... to serve and defend his country. For the rest of the story and photographs, go to:http://www.af.mil/news/story.asp?id=123048050&page=1
  • Air Force announces change to promotion study materials

    The Air Force made major changes to the materials enlisted members use for reference and studying for promotion. The new guide, called the Professional Development Guide, replaces both the Promotion Fitness Examination and U.S. Air Force Supervisory Examination Study Guides -- officially known as Volumes 1 and 2 of Air Force Pamphlet 36-2241
  • Misawa Air Base earns outstanding unit award

    In a message dated 29 March 2007, Gen. Paul Hester, Pacific Air Forces and Air Component commander, announced Misawa Air Base earned the Outstanding Unit Award for July 2004 through May 2006. Of its more remarkable displays, the 35th Fighter Wing showed its ability to maintain combat-ready forces while leading the command in aircraft mission
  • Misawa Airman has unique experience during Japan Day

    For the thousands of attendees, the annual Japan Day here is an opportunity to experience the rich culture of Japan, learn about its past and present, and be entertained. However, for one Misawa Airman, Saturday was an experience a few people have had, and will it stand out in her mind for years to come. "I felt like a celebrity," said Airman 1st
  • Global vigilance, global reach and global power dominate in all we do

    The Air Force operates under three mission areas: global vigilance, global reach and global power. All career fields, all of our missions and sorties, all of our Airmen fall underneath at least one of those important areas every day. For complete story go to:http://www.af.mil/shared/media/document/AFD-070405-054.pdf
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