News Search

  • New survey aims to improve information delivery to Airmen

    The Secretary of the Air Force Office of Communication at the Pentagon has launched a study to find out how Airmen want to get information about the Air Force. A randomly selected group of Airmen and Air Force civilian employees will receive an e-mail invitation from Brig Gen Erv Lessel, Air Force

  • Misawa Airmen prepared for PACAF inspection

    The 35th Fighter Wing will demonstrate their war-fighting capability to the Pacific Air Forces Inspector General when the Operational Readiness Inspection kicks off next week. "We are prepared to meet any challenge our nation may ask," said Col. Terrence O'Shaughnessy, 35th Fighter Wing commander.

  • Base officials provide tips to enhance ORI readiness

    As Misawa Airmen prepare for the Pacific Air Forces Inspector General Operational Readiness Inspection slated for next week, base officials have some tips to enhance their readiness. During the inspection, the wing's ability to deploy personnel and equipment during contingency operations will be

  • Misawa Warrior of the Week

    Name: Airman First Class Exor Elano Unit: 301st Intelligence Squadron Duty title: Mission systems technician Hometown: Snowflake, Ariz. "Airman Elano is a hard charging performer who has made an immediate impact on the organization. He performed superbly as the class leader while attending the First

  • Committee schedules events to celebrate women's accomplishments

    The Misawa Women's History Month committee has planned several events during March to observe and celebrate the many accomplishments women have made throughout history. Since 1987, March has been dubbed Women's History Month. This year's theme, "Generations of Women Moving History Forward,"

  • New ammo improves pilot safety, reduces collateral damage

    Air Force F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots at the 332nd Air Expeditionary Wing here are employing a new 20mm cannon round in their M61/A1 Gatling guns for the first time, improving pilot safety while reducing collateral damage. Airmen first validated the rounds at a firing range and then employed them in

  • Anthrax vaccinations to resume here March 19

    Under the direction of the Deputy Secretary of Defense, the mandatory Anthrax Vaccination Immunization Program will resume here March 19. The deputy secretary directed the immunization program to resume across the Department of Defense in October 2006. "The Anthrax threat is real and it's deadly if

Videos are currently unavailable, please check back later.