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  • Multi-Domain Airman training kicks off

    More than 25 Airmen from the 35th Operations Support Squadron, 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 35th Civil Engineer Squadron, 35th Force Support Squadron and 35th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron teamed up to enhance their readiness by participating in the first Multi-Domain Airman training at Misawa Air Base, Japan, Jan. 29. The purpose of this training is to create Airmen who are proficient in multiple areas outside of their own designated career field specialty.
  • The 35th LRS builds on lessons learned from exercise, teams up with Security Forces

    The 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron conducted an agile combat employment exercise at Misawa Air Base, Japan, June 28. The ACE concept challenges Airmen to operate in an austere environment with limited basing, while testing their abilities to quickly and efficiently land, set-up operations, fly, pack and transport themselves at a moment’s notice.
  • Misawa logistics mechanics conduct their first combat readiness exercise

    The 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron conducted their first agile combat employment exercise at Misawa Air Base, Japan, March 20.
  • Yokota, Misawa logistics Airmen flex combat transport muscle in support of Tsuiki ATR

    Two U.S. Air Force C-130J Super Hercules assigned to the 36th Airlift Squadron from Yokota Air Base, Japan, flew to Misawa Air Base to transport Wild Weasel personnel and equipment in support of an aviation training relocation at Tsuiki, Japan, Nov. 5.
  • 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.
  • Bilateral vehicle maintainers keep Misawa’s trucks roadworthy

    Working side-by-side, U.S. Air Force Airmen and their Japanese national counterparts in the 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron allied trade and body shop provide 24-to-48 hour repairs to Team Misawa’s fleet of vehicles on the road.
  • Tech. Sgt. climbs out of $230,000 in debt, financially inspires service members

    Sometimes debt can be seen as a neverending mountain, getting higher and steeper, keeping some financially trapped for years. Tech. Sgt. George Madrid, a 35th Logistics Readiness Squadron quality assurance evaluator, and his wife, Erika, found themselves $230,000 deep in debt, and their financial mountain looked like Mt. Everest. They needed a way
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