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  • Questions, answers from Townhall meeting

    The first town-hall meeting for family members of more than 700 servicemembers deployed for the current Air and Space Expeditionary Force Rotation was held June 21 in the Mokuteki Ballroom.Housing renovations Q. I'm residing in a housing unit that is scheduled for renovation. The other units in my

  • Uniform updates

    In attempts to beat the anticipated rush to clothing sales for the new Airman Battle Uniform this October, some of you may be tempted to buy the uniforms online from commercial vendors. Some Websites even advertise "certified" uniforms that will be available for delivery as early as August. Air

  • Misawa Airmen earn CCAF degrees

    The following Misawa personnel received their Community College of the Air Force degrees during a graduation ceremony June 21. Beginning with basic training and depending on their specialty, Airmen earn 12 to 72 accredited hours through their technical training, putting them on track to earn an

  • 3 Misawa Airmen earn AF Communications, Information Awards

    Three Misawa Airmen were recently informed of the Air Force selected them as outstanding in their field. Congratulations goes to: The Air Force Communications and Information Outstanding Field Grade Officer Award goes to Lt. Col. William Poirier, 35th Communications Squadron commander. The Air Force

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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