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  • Team Misawa gets down and dirty with the Engines Shop Airmen

    Come with us as we find out what makes being an engine mechanic one of #MisawaABDirtyJobs!
  • The 35th Fighter Wing safety office: keeping the 'Wild Weasel’ off the endangered species list

    Welcome to Misawa where an abundance of new adventures awaits! Arriving in winter? Grab a snowboard and hit the slopes. Perhaps it’s summertime; hop on a jet ski and explore Lake Ogawara. But before heading out, there is an element of risk associated with most recreational activities. For the safety office at Misawa Air Base, Japan, equipping Team Misawa members with safety knowledge remains their top priority.
  • Operation Air Force: USAFA cadets visit Misawa

    To receive a first-hand experience of various careers offered in the Air Force, Air Force Academy cadets visit Misawa Air Base for two weeks in June 2018.
  • Lake Ogawara unites US, Japan

    Tohoku Town, Japan, welcomed Americans and Japanese alike to the Lake Ogawara Appreciation Event in Hohko-kan April 15 celebrating the two nation's friendship and enjoyment of seasonal festivals including the lake's local cuisine.
  • Friendship on display: Misawa Airmen celebrate 31st Japan Day

    Japan Day takes place April 14 at the Tohoku Enlisted Club to foster and maintain good relations between American and Japanese citizen of Misawa through cross-cultural activities.
  • When the bark is as scary as the bite

    As the largest career field in the Air Force, it is the job of security forces squadrons to protect and defend the base. However, the Airmen don’t do it alone as they rely on their four-legged companions: military working dogs. “The [K-9’s] abilities are incredible,” said Tech. Sgt. Juventino Salazar, the 35th Security Forces Squadron kennel
  • Misawa Air Fest 2016: A visual perspective

    The Japan Air Self-Defense Force Blue Impulse aerial demonstration team performs a split maneuver during Misawa Air Fest 2016 at Misawa Air Base, Japan, Sept. 11, 2016. The Blue Impulse fly the Kawasaki T-4 which is a subsonic intermediate jet trainer aircraft. The T-4 entered service in 1985 and has since been JASDF’s flagship demo team aircraft.
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