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The 374th Airlift Wing includes four groups: operations, mission support, maintenance and medical. Each group manages several squadrons in order to carry out the wing's mission.

Yokota Air Base is also home to U.S. Forces Japan, a joint service headquarters coordinating matters affecting U.S. and Japanese defense relations, and Fifth Air Force, whose mission is to enhance the U.S. deterrent posture and, if necessary, provide fighter and military airlift support for offensive air operations.

Yokota hosts several tenant units including the 515th Air Mobility Operations Group, which manages air mobility operations throughout the Western Pacific, and the Japanese Air Defense Command which controls Japan's air defense mission. 


374th Airlift Wing graphic The 374th Airlift Wing is responsible to the commander of 5th Air Force for C-130, C-12 and UH-1 operations including tactical airland and airdrop, as well as aeromedical and distinguished visitor airlift. 
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374th Operations Group

374th Operations Group graphic The 374th Operations Group maintains a forward presence by providing rapid responsive movement of personnel, equipment and operational support in the Asia-Pacific region.
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374th Mission Support Group

374th Mission Support Group graphic The 374th Mission Support Group is responsible to the 374th Airlift Wing commander for command, control and direction of support activities to 374th Airlift Wing and 32 partner units to. 
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374th Maintenance Group

374th Maintenance Group graphic The 374th Maintenance Group maintains C-130, C-12J and UH-1N aircraft supporting intratheater airlift and distinguished visitor transport for Pacific Air Forces. 
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374th Medical Group graphic The 374 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.
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