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YOKOTA AIR BASE, JAPAN - Special Agent Eric M. O'Keeke (centre, The Air Force Office of Special Investigation(AFOSI) 6th Field Investigation Squadron) coordinates the cleaning plan of the Yokota Home, a retirement home, with Mr Abe Masao (Right, 374th Airlift Wing/Public Affairs). The AFOSI visited the home and cleaned the facility on 08/Jan/2008. (U.S.Air Force photo by Osakabe Yasuo) Yokota OSI visit and clean the Yokota Home

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2008
Default Air Force Logo Joint K-9 training held at Yokota East Elementary school
The base's military working dog unit conducted explosive training recently with the Government of Japan 25 airline customs K-9 unit at Yokota East Elementary School. The training familiarized the dog team with finding different types of explosives in a large environment. "This training allows our trainers to sharpen their skills and also fosters a
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Thanksgiving: A time-honored tradition
Thanksgiving is a time-honored tradition in the Unites States, a time when people give thanks for their blessings. Commanders here followed this tradition by serving a traditional Thanksgiving Airmen at the Samurai Cafe. "This is a day to give thanks to our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines, and their families, who really provide a service for
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2007
Default Air Force Logo 27 Airmen Graduate from ALS
Last Thursday, 27 Airmen graduated from Airman Leadership School. 36 Airlift Squadron Bonnie Sgroi Wilma Alvarez 374th Air Maintenance Squadron Philip Henaman Jeremy Leep Sherman Roberts 374th Civil Engineer Squadron Ernesto Estalilla Will Greer 374th Communications Squadron Adam Grow Andrew Kim Leomel Abueg Ryan Blackwell 374th Logistics Readiness
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2007
YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan - The Yokota Christmas tree was lit on December 6, 2007 as part of a ceremony that included singing by the Yokota Community Choir and a vist from Santa Claus. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman First Class Jonathan Fowler)                               Yokota Community watches lighting of Christmas Tree

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2007
YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan - Hugh Clark, Yokota Conduct Adjudication Program coordinator, discusses the effects of alcohol during the "Commonsense vs. Stupidity" seminar to a class at the Yokota High School on November 28, 2007.  The seminar was taught to 7 classes over two days and provided information on alcoholism risk factors, the media's portrayal of alcohol, and what alcohol is.  (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman First Class Jonathan Fowler)                              Students learn about Alcohol
Yokota High School students attended the "Commonsense vs. Stupidity" alcohol awareness seminar Nov. 28 learning about the effects and dangers of alcohol. The goal is to reach a total approximately 200 students over two days. Hugh Clark, Yokota Conduct Adjudication Program coordinator, presented the seminar to 7 classes. He spoke about alcoholism
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2007
Default Air Force Logo Students learn to help new students
A handful of Yokota High School students and faculty members learned how to help new students transitioning to the school at Student to Student training Nov. 13 to 16. The Yokota students and faculty members joined attendees from other schools in Japan and Guam. Sponsored by the Department of Defense Dependant Schools Pacific, DoD Domestic
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2007
General Hester's farewell letter General Hester's farewell letter

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2007
Default Air Force Logo Remember Tricare when traveling this holiday season
Military members and their families who plan to travel this holiday season should stop by the Tricare Service Center for a travel card, enrollment verification and information on how to get medical care before they depart Japan, recommends 1st Lt. Robert Flemming, 374th Medical Support Squadron Tricare flight commander. He also suggests keeping the
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2007
Default Air Force Logo First deployment of C-12J returns
Three Airmen assigned to the 459th Airlift Squadron returned home Nov. 6 from the Philippines where they deployed with one of the squadron's C-12J Hurons to support Operation Enduring Freedom-Philippines. The aircraft and crew departed Aug. 27 from Yokota. "OEF-Philippines is a special operations force that helps the Philippine military deal with
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2007
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