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  • PACAF demo pilot helps Yokota certify runway safety system

    Capt. Jacob Impellizzeri, the Pacific Air Forces F-16 Fighting Falcon Demonstration Team commander and pilot, assisted Yokota Air Base, Japan, with their annual certification test of the Aircraft Arresting System at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 30.
  • Engineers, airfield managers fight snowy weather, keep Misawa runway open

    Misawa averaged more than 147 inches of snow over the past six years and experiences freezing and drifting precipitation from the Pacific Ocean. It takes a lot of coordination to keep the flight line clear and remains a top priority for the 35th Civil Engineer Squadron and 35th Operations Support Squadron.
  • 35th LRS Airmen shadow crew chiefs for a day

    Three Airmen with the 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron shadowed crew chiefs to expand their knowledge on maintenance and see a different side of the Air Force at Misawa Air Base, Japan, Sept. 6.
  • Bleeding blue: Misawa maintenance officer's dreams comes true

    A 35th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintenance officer shares her story of how a set of model military airplanes and generations of veteran family members brought her to commissioning and leading of F-16 Fighting Falcon maintenance Airmen at Misawa Air Base, Japan.
  • Misawa Flight Line Receives Additional Upgrades

    Construction crews strategically placed holes in the pavement on Misawa's flight line over the last several months. After purchasing specialized tools and other supplies, the project cost nearly $10,000.
  • Concrete partnership showcased during airfield construction

    Usually the Misawa Air Base community hears the roaring of the F-16 Fighting Falcons, but since early May, the sounds of jack hammers and construction machines fill the air as a makeover occurs on the flight line.The 35th Civil Engineer Squadron and the 35th Security Forces Squadron flex their muscles every hour of every day while working alongside
  • Airfield systems Airmen uphold Wild Weasel mission

    Airmen of the 35th Operations Support Squadron secure Misawa’s mission by providing maintenance and ensuring serviceability of all airfield systems, allowing for a multitude of accurate readings to pilots, weather and air traffic controller personnel.To accomplish their maintenance tasks, the airfield systems section installs, removes, relocates,
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