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  • 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.
  • Two cultures, one community: Misawa Air Base honors outgoing Misawa City Mayor

    Team Misawa members commemorated Misawa City Mayor Kazumasa Taneichi’s service to Misawa City and Misawa Air Base during a service recognition ceremony at Misawa Air Base, Japan, June 5.
  • Marine Crosses Into the Blue

    During this year of the defender, we're highlighting Team Misawa's very own 35th Security Forces Commander, Maj. Devin L. Sproston, who was also a prior Marine.He walks us through his experience as a U.S. Marine Corps member and the turning point that motivated him to become an Airman. 
  • Misawa cyber Airman makes communications history at COPE Tiger 19

    Staff. Sgt. David Hinojosa, a 35th Communications Squadron cyber transport technician, was the first Team Misawa Airman to successfully use a communication fly away kit during COPE Tiger 2019 at Korat Royal Thai Air Force Base, Thailand, and pushed communication capabilities to the next level.
  • April 2019 Community Events

    Cherry blossom peaks vary from area to area in Japan. Misawa City, as well as the Aomori Prefecture, feature many local events, offering attendees opportunities to continue building partnerships among their Japanese neighbors.
  • COMREL office holds inaugural essential oils class, builds community

    Team Misawa’s Public Affairs community relations office held their first-ever, free essential oils class, at Misawa Air Base, Japan, March 12.The event’s goal included connecting Airmen and families with a shared interest in healthy lifestyles while building on the social pillar of Comprehensive Airmen Fitness.The Air Force’s CAF model includes
  • JAAGA award-winning Airman fortifies Japanese-American relations

    Approximately 2,300 enlisted service members live at Misawa Air Base with an opportunity to interact face-to-face with their local Japanese neighbors.On March 6, The Japan-American Air Force Goodwill Association recognized Airman 1st Class William Raley, a 610th Air Control Flight weapons director technician, who dedicated his time to build bonds
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