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An air traffic controller with the 374th Operations Support Squadron looks out from the control tower at Yokota Air Base, Japan, June 4, 2017. Airmen with the 374th OSS keep yokota’s flightline and sky safe. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe) Busy week at Yokota
An air traffic controller with the 374th Operations Support Squadron looks out from the control tower at Yokota Air Base, Japan, June 4, 2017. Airmen with the 374th OSS keep yokota’s flightline and sky safe. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)
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A contractor sprays a cleaning solution in an unoccupied unit of a contingency tower, May 18, 2017, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. These contingency towers allow the installation commander to temporarily open contingency quarters to accommodate large influxes of en-route, deployed or TDY personnel resulting from routine, emergency or wartime conditions. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Juan Torres) 374 CES ensures Yokota's emergency readiness
When emergency strikes, Yokota Air Base is ready to respond. Able to house families or military personnel from all across the West Pacific, the base has three towers reserved for contingency purposes. Each tower is able to accommodate 70 families or approximately eight military personnel per unit. “These contingency towers allow the installation
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2017
Yokota airmen stand in formation during the Memorial Day ceremony at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 26, 2017. The 374th Airlift Wing hosted the ceremony in memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice during military service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe) Yokota honors the fallen
Yokota airmen stand in formation during the Memorial Day ceremony at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 26, 2017. The 374th Airlift Wing hosted the ceremony in memory of those who made the ultimate sacrifice during military service. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe)
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Nose art, “Spirit of Hope,” placed onto C-130J Super Hercules 15-5813 at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 19, 2017. Yokota airmen and aircraft have been delivering humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations since 1952, including Operation Christmas drop, Operation Unified Assistance in 2004 Indian ocean tsunami, Operation Caring Response in Myanmar following tropical cyclone Nargis, Operation Tomodachi in Japan, Operation Damayan in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan, and Operation Sahayogi Haat following the 2015 Nepal earthquake. The nose art depicts the world’s longest running airdrop mission of OCD. OCD has placed the 374th Airlift Wing at the forefront of humanitarian airdrop operations where airmen with the 36th Airlift Squadron perform low-cost low-altitude airdrop capabilities. “Spirit of Hope,” represents a spirit of goodwill and airmen delivering hope around the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. The nose art was designed and donated by graphic artist Samantha Beaty. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe) Spirit of hope
Nose art, “Spirit of Hope,” placed onto C-130J Super Hercules 15-5813 at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 19, 2017. Yokota airmen and aircraft have been delivering humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations since 1952, including Operation Christmas drop, Operation Unified Assistance in 2004 Indian ocean tsunami, Operation Caring Response in Myanmar following tropical cyclone Nargis, Operation Tomodachi in Japan, Operation Damayan in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan, and Operation Sahayogi Haat following the 2015 Nepal earthquake. The nose art depicts the world’s longest running airdrop mission of OCD. OCD has placed the 374th Airlift Wing at the forefront of humanitarian airdrop operations where airmen with the 36th Airlift Squadron perform low-cost low-altitude airdrop capabilities. “Spirit of Hope,” represents a spirit of goodwill and airmen delivering hope around the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. Editor's note: The nose art was donated by graphic artist Samantha Beaty.
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2017
Nose art, “Spirit of Hope,” placed onto C-130J Super Hercules 15-5813 at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 19, 2017. Yokota airmen and aircraft have been delivering humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations since 1952, including Operation Christmas drop, Operation Unified Assistance in 2004 Indian ocean tsunami, Operation Caring Response in Myanmar following tropical cyclone Nargis, Operation Tomodachi in Japan, Operation Damayan in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan, and Operation Sahayogi Haat following the 2015 Nepal earthquake. The nose art depicts the world’s longest running airdrop mission of OCD. OCD has placed the 374th Airlift Wing at the forefront of humanitarian airdrop operations where airmen with the 36th Airlift Squadron perform low-cost low-altitude airdrop capabilities. “Spirit of Hope,” represents a spirit of goodwill and airmen delivering hope around the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. The nose art was designed and donated by graphic artist Samantha Beaty. (U.S. Air Force photo by Yasuo Osakabe) Spirit of hope
Nose art, “Spirit of Hope,” placed onto C-130J Super Hercules 15-5813 at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 19, 2017. Yokota airmen and aircraft have been delivering humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations since 1952, including Operation Christmas drop, Operation Unified Assistance in 2004 Indian ocean tsunami, Operation Caring Response in Myanmar following tropical cyclone Nargis, Operation Tomodachi in Japan, Operation Damayan in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan, and Operation Sahayogi Haat following the 2015 Nepal earthquake. The nose art depicts the world’s longest running airdrop mission of OCD. OCD has placed the 374th Airlift Wing at the forefront of humanitarian airdrop operations where airmen with the 36th Airlift Squadron perform low-cost low-altitude airdrop capabilities. “Spirit of Hope,” represents a spirit of goodwill and airmen delivering hope around the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. Editor's note: The nose art was donated by graphic artist Samantha Beaty.
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An Airman assigned to the 374th Airlift Wing adjusts his award decoration badge before the Good Deed Award Ceremony, May 20, 2017, at the Meiji Shrine, Tokyo, Japan. Five groups from Yokota Air Base received this year’s award by doing various acts of social welfare support, guidance of youths and children, contribution to public life, and good neighborhood programs.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Donald Hudson) Good Deed Award

0 5/25
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374th Security Forces Squadron members prepare the firing range prior to a Police Week shooting competition, May 16, 2017, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. The winner of the competition received a trophy and bragging rights as the 374 SFS top shooter. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Donald Hudson) Police Week in Review

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2017
Michael Johnson, master combatives instructor, instructs Airmen assigned to the 459th Airlift Squadron before a team-building combative training, May 12, 2017, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. The purpose of the training was to better the self-defense skills of the Airmen from the 459 AS. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Juan Torres) Team building through combat
Approximately 22 Airmen and their spouses from the 459th Airlift Squadron participated in a mission-specific self-defense team-building combative training, here, May 12, 2017. The training was led by Michael Johnson, master combatives instructor and 512th Rescue Squadron honorary commander at Kirtland Air Force Base, N.M.During the training, the
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2017
Airman 1st Class Jacob Smith, 374th Maintenance Squadron propulsion apprentice, practices on a C-130H Hercules training component, May 16, 2017, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Smith is in the Organizational Maintenance and Troubleshooting course taught by instructors with the 373rd Training Squadron Detachment 15. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Donald Hudson) Sharpening PACAF Maintainers
“Your task is, by using the technical orders and working as a team member, access and rig the coordinator and fuel control linkage with no more than two instructor assists,” said Staff Sgt. Angelica Ponce, 373rd Training Squadron Detachment 15 aerospace propulsion instructor, speaking to her students from the 374th Maintenance Squadron Propulsion
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2017
Members from the 730th Air Mobility Squadron, 515th Air Mobility Operations Group, 374th Logistics Readiness Squadron and Navy Overseas Air Cargo Terminal run in formation on the flight line during the Port Dawg Memorial Run at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 15, 2017. The 730th Air Mobility Squadron hosted the Port Dawg Memorial Run in honor of fallen air transportation specialists and brought awareness to Airmen whose job involves many risk factors while also trying to prevent future mishaps. (U.S. Air Force photo by Machiko Arita) Port Dawg Memorial Run

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