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  • U.S., Japan logistics team equip Misawa forces for RED FLAG-Alaska 19-2

    U.S. Air Force and Japan Air Self-Defense Force logistics team members came together to load supplies and prepare for RED FLAG-Alaska 19-2 at Misawa Air Base, Japan, May 27 to 31.
  • Marine Crosses Into the Blue

    During this year of the defender, we're highlighting Team Misawa's very own 35th Security Forces Commander, Maj. Devin L. Sproston, who was also a prior Marine.He walks us through his experience as a U.S. Marine Corps member and the turning point that motivated him to become an Airman. 
  • JAAGA award-winning Airman fortifies Japanese-American relations

    Approximately 2,300 enlisted service members live at Misawa Air Base with an opportunity to interact face-to-face with their local Japanese neighbors.On March 6, The Japan-American Air Force Goodwill Association recognized Airman 1st Class William Raley, a 610th Air Control Flight weapons director technician, who dedicated his time to build bonds
  • SERE team displays wingmanship, saves snowboarding Airman

    Team Misawa’s Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape team saved a lone snowboarding Airman, after he took a wrong turn and found himself waist-deep in snow after sundown, Dec. 30, in the backcountry of the Hakkoda Mountains located in Northern Japan.   Although Staff Sgt. Matthew Stedge, a 35th Maintenance Squadron weapons load crew team chief,
  • Squadron Innovation Funds: Ultrasonic Parts Washer

     The 35th Maintenance Squadron's munitions support equipment maintenance shop brought #innovation and #sustainability to Team Misawa with a new ultrasonic parts washer!
  • F-86F Sabre: Longstanding symbol of U.S.-Japan alliance

    Risner Circle at Misawa Air Base, Japan, displays the F-86F as a static aircraft today. After the first Combined Air Festival in 1980, the Japanese and American base commanders dedicated an F-86F as a symbol of the U.S.-Japan friendship. The F-86F Sabre began production in 1952, and gained popularity during the Korean War. It displayed a superior
  • Misawa Airman discovers family history in Japan

    Heritage often links people, cultures, and personal histories together in uncommon ways. For U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. John Molinelli, a 35th Maintenance Group maintenance operations center senior controller, his assignment to Misawa in 2016 not only represented a change in his future but also provided a link to his family's past.  “When I was a
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