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  • STEP Promotion: Tech. Sgt. Ashley Ortiz

    Tech. Sgt. Ashley Ortiz, 35th Medical Support Squadron pharmacy technician, was selected for the Stripes for Exceptional Performers (STEP) program at Misawa Air Base, Japan, November 20, 2023. The STEP program allows commanders to promote an Airman for compelling reasons that warrant promotion.

  • Patient Safety: Improving Quality Care

    Members of the 35th Medical Group come together to discuss the importance of patient safety at Misawa Air Base, Japan, Nov. 30, 2023. Maintaining and improving patient safety requires the constant innovation and dedication of care team members in order to deliver the best care possible to service

  • Tribal Legacy: Heritage, Traditions, Family

    Native Americans essential to the fabric of the U.S. throughout its history, serving in the U.S. military in every major conflict for the past 200 years at a higher rate than any other demographic. U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Lauren Tsosie, 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron inventory non-commissioned

  • Delivering the Goods

    With the upcoming holiday season, the post office will only get busier, to prepare for this the post office implements temporary holiday hours and accepts holiday volunteers to help with the increased workload to ensure everyone's packages make it home and Santa has some help delivering the goods.

  • 35th Fighter Wing Thanksgiving 2023

    35th Fighter Wing leadership serves Thanksgiving dinner to Team Misawa for the holidays at Misawa Air Base, Japan, Nov. 24, 2023. The mission of the 35th Fighter Wing is to provide worldwide deployable forces, protect U.S. interests in the Pacific and defend Japan with sustained forward presence and

  • Native American Heritage Month

    Members of Team Misawa came together to celebrate an event during Native American Heritage Month at Misawa Air Base. The event recognizes the impact and significance native Americans have had in the history of the United States. In honor of the month Team Misawa has hosted multiple events throughout

  • Aomori Police Cadets visit Misawa Air Base

    Aomori Prefecture Police cadets recently toured Misawa Air Base to see Misawa first responders participate in training exercises and demonstrations. This allowed the cadets the opportunity to see Team Misawa first responders in action and what they do to keep Misawa Air Base safe.