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  • SERE: Combat Survival Skills Training

    35th Operations Group survival, evasion, resistance and escape (SERE) specialists conduct a training exercise to ensure F-16 Fighting Falcon pilots are prepared to survive in hostile territory while evading enemy combatants. The pilots had to employ various survival skills such as building a fire,

  • Port Dawg Challenge 2023

    35th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Japan Air Self-Defense Force members competed together in a Port Dawg Challenge at Misawa Air Base, Japan, Dec. 8, 2023. The challenge tested the competing members’ ability to load a cargo pallet, secure the cargo, and operate heavy equipment.

  • Finance Award Winner Leads by Example

    Recently, Master Sgt. Jackie W. Summers, 35th CPTS senior enlisted leader, earned the Pacific Air Forces Finical Management Chief Master Sgt. Larry P. Gonzales Senior Enlisted Leader of the Year Award.

  • PAC WEASEL: Synergistic Readiness in Joint Bilateral Operations

    Team Misawa hosted the latest iteration of a PACIFIC WEASEL exercise over Draughon Range near Misawa Air Base, Japan, Dec 8, 2023. Scenarios were cultivated during the exercise in which hosted participants conducted mission planning and executed the simulated fight the following day over the course

  • Misawa Tree Lighting 2023

    Recently, Team Misawa host its annual Tree Lighting ceremony marking the start of the holiday season here at Misawa Air Base, Japan, Dec 1, 2023. The tree lighting ceremony allows service members and families a chance to gather with their professional family to have some holiday fun, despite being

  • Misawa Cookie Caper 2023

    Members of Team Misawa package treats as part of the Cookie Caper, an annual event where military members, civilians and spouses from around the base donate and packaged hundreds of cookies for the unaccompanied U.S. and Japan Air Self-Defense Force Airmen in the holiday spirit at Misawa Air Base,

  • 610th Air Control Flight: Caravanning in Japan

    The 610th ACF, known by their callsign “Camel”, work to protect Japan by monitoring flight paths and communicating with pilots from the 35th Fighter Wing during missions. They provides improved situational awareness by monitoring flight paths of the airspace, while identifying and relaying