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  • Beverly Sunrise 21-05 Medical Response

    During exercise Beverly Sunrise 21-05, 35th Medical Group personnel had their quick response capabilities put to the test during a simulated mass casualty scenario. Exercises like this test Airmen's ability to survive and operate in a chemical wartime environment.
  • Draughon Range warriors showcase site’s training capabilities to the 5th Air Force command team

    Draughon Range personnel showcase the site’s training capabilities to the 5th Air Force command team. Members of the 35th Fighter Wing and other units throughout the Western Pacific train at the range to focus on SEAD and munition employment, combat search and rescue, and survival, evasion, resistance, and escape, ultimately enhancing the readiness and lethality of U.S. forces in this region.
  • A2D2: We drive to save lives

    Airmen Against Drunk Driving transportation services ensure base members get home safely, mitigating any potential risks of impeding the 35th Fighter Wing mission. “A2D2 ensures the safety of the mission’s most important asset: people,” stressed Staff Sgt. Kiernan Judd, a 35th Mental Operations Squadron mental health technician and lead coordinator for A2D2. “By getting our Airmen and families home safely we are doing our best to circumvent DUIs and the career, personal, financial and host nation relation damages that could follow.”
  • Wild Weasel firefighter puts out flames on first assignment jitters

    Anticipation of future assignments can create a gut-twisting feeling, leaving Airmen anxious, restless or even uneasy, but Airman 1st Class Adam Cardona, a 35th Civil Engineer Squadron fire protection journeyman, combatted his first assignment jitters with fun, exploration and self-discovery.
  • Misawa vet takes care of man's best friend

    The 35th Security Forces Squadron has 10 military working dogs stationed at Misawa Air Base, aiding in the safety and security for Team Misawa. Just like our Airmen, these dogs have routine medical checkups to ensure they remain fit to fight.  Rachel Hixenbaugh, a Misawa Vet Clinic animal health assistant, tends to these dogs, ensuring their health
  • Remembering 9/11: Where were you?

    "The way things changed for us in this modern period is that now everyone is hyper vigilant," said James Burrett, the 35th Fighter Wing historian. "Before that, we were relatively complacent; we had seen other countries be attacked by terrorists and then it happens to us. Our worldview significantly changed by the attack on 9/11."
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