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  • 374 MDG Japanese Physician Fellowship Program

    Updated 11 June 2021  Japanese Physician Fellowship ProgramUnited States Air Force, Yokota Air Base In 2015, Yokota’s Medical Group began training Japanese physicians in a one-year rotating education program. Education is conducted in English and focuses on familiarizing and acculturating Japanese physicians to the practice of medicine in the
  • 374 MDG: Physical Therapy

    The Physical Therapy clinic provides evaluation and treatment of neuromuscular and musculoskeletal conditions to improve movement and function and maximize patient potential for an active and independent lifestyle. Priority is given to active duty Air Force members assigned to Yokota AB, with space available services provided to other TRICARE Prime
  • 374th Airlift Wing

    The 374th Airlift Wing executes rapid global mobility through agile airlift operations across the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. It is responsible to the 5th Air Force commander for C-130J, UH-1N and C-12J operations including tactical air-land, airdrop, aeromedical and distinguished visitor airlift. As the primary Western Pacific airlift hub for
  • 374th Airlift Wing - Emblem

    Per bend Azure and Or, in chief a hand couped in armour, holding a dagger, point upward, issuing from its handle an arrow and a wheat stalk Or, in base a winged foot Azure, all within a diminished bordure of the second. Motto: CELERITER PUGNARE - "Swift to fight". Approved for 374th Group on 3 Jul 1951 and for 374th Wing on 20 Dec 1951 (K 6291).
  • 374th Airlift Wing - History

    History of Yokota Imperial Japanese Army opened Yokota AB in March 1940. It was then called Tama Army Airfield, the name used from April 1940 to Sept. 4 , 1945 because of its location in the Tama Prefecture (County). Local residents referred to it as Fussa Army Airfield due to close proximity of Fussa Village.United States intelligence sources that
  • 374th Airlift Wing - Lineage and Honors

     Lineage. Established as 374 Troop Carrier Wing, Heavy, on 10 Aug 1948. Activated on 17 Aug 1948. Inactivated on 1 Jul 1957. Redesignated 374 Troop Carrier Wing, and activated, on 27 Jun 1966. Organized on 8 Aug 1966. Redesignated: 374 Tactical Airlift Wing on 1 Aug 1967; 374 Airlift Wing on 1 Apr 1992.Assignments. Marianas Air Materiel Area
  • 374th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity Office

    Air Force Unlawful Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Hotline can be reached a 1-800-616-3775 or (210) 565-5000, DSN 665-5000.MissionThe 374th Airlift Wing Equal Opportunity office is responsible for improving mission readiness and the quality of life for all military and civilian personnel with an inclusive Air Force culture that embraces and
  • 374th Maintenance Group

    Maintains C-130H & J, C-12J and UH-1N aircraft supporting intratheater airlift and distinguished visitor transport for Pacific Air Forces sustaining national policy in the Western Pacific region. Provides on- and off-equipment maintenance for assigned, transient and Air Mobility Command aircraft. Manages Pacific Air Forces'  T56 Engine Regional
  • 374th Medical Group

    Ensures medical readiness of 374th Airlift Wing, 5th Air Force and U.S. Forces Japan. Maintains 64 war reserve material projects, including the U.S. Air Force's largest Patient Movement Item inventory. Deploys Expeditionary Medical Support for global contingency operations. Operates a 15-bed facility expandable to 115 beds. Provides health care,
  • 374th Mission Support Group

    Responsible to the 374th Airlift Wing commander for command, control and direction of support activities to 374th Airlift Wing and 32 tenant units to include Headquarters U.S. Forces Japan and 5th Air Force on Yokota Air Base. Provides security, communications and computer systems, information management, facilities and repair, logistics,