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  • Ops Airman rediscovers self in Misawa fitness center

    Gaining physical strength while becoming leaner and more confident is how Senior Airman Sidnea Bailey, a 35th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment journeyman, became the resilient, independent and driven Wild Weasel she is today.

  • 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.

  • Military spouse overcomes, makes Misawa home

    Tela Lee Royston describes her journey as a military spouse and the hardships she’s experienced. She said Misawa is the most difficult move of her life, from the language barrier and being thousands of miles from home. She overcame her fears and now calls Misawa a “delightful experience.”

  • Fighting my way back

    Growing up in New York, I never made the gym a top priority because distractions and fun quickly stole my attention. As a city boy from Brooklyn, I took advantage of everything my home had to offer, including local restaurants, speak-easies and rooftop lounges.I spent 25 years enjoying eating and

  • Foster kid overcomes adversity, becomes medical Airman, mother

    Airman 1st Class Elizabeth Williams, a 35th Medical Operations Squadron aerospace medical technician, shares her story from foster kid to Airman, mentor and raising the Air Force’s next generation. She challenges every service member and parent to believe in themselves.