With the combined efforts of the 374th Civil Engineer Squadron and YokoWERX, all lights at the South Overrun are now functional and the Tower has restored the ability to operate the lights remotely.
Leaders from the 374th Airlift Wing are looking for family members to participate in an evacuation exercise on Sept. 7 or 8 for approximately 2-4 hours.
UPDATE:The CDC's HVAC issue has been resolved and the facility will be reopening at 12 p.m. For any questions, please call DSN 225-8810.
374th Airlift Wing to host MHS Genesis Town Hall for base residents and 374th Medical Group patients.
The Wing is continuing to monitor Typhoon Lan as it approaches mainland Japan, with the storm likely to have an impact to Yokota AB beginning the evening of August 13 (Sunday) or the morning of August 14 (Monday) . Due to the current projected path of the storm, we are not currently initiating a
Join us for the 23-24 Back to School Expo, August 15, at the E-Club Ballroom! The school year is right around the corner and we are very excited to showcase all the great things being offered for families! This is a partnership event with AAFES and FSS offering food, prizes, live music and games.
The 374AW Equal Opportunity office will be closed and out of the office until 9 August 2023. If you need immediate equal opportunity assistance, please contact MSgt La’Toya Wilson or MSgt Piankhy Richberg of the 18th Wing EO office at Kadena Airbase, DSN: 315-634-2571, COMM: 011-81-611-634-2571 or
Beginning this weekend, 15 July, the Yokota VCC will have weekend operating hours of 0800-2200. Weekday hours will continue to be 1400-2200 as the Pass & ID Office can handle pass requests.
We can confirm that a U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortress diverted to Yokota AB, Japan, due to an in-flight maintenance issue. The aircraft landed at Yokota at 10:22 a.m. JST. It landed safely and without incident. The B-52 is assigned to the 5th Bomb Wing, Minot AFB, North Dakota.