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  • Yokota Infor Fair

    Members of Team Yokota share information on Oct. 2, 2019, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. The information fair was open to the base with more than 40 organizations participated in the information fair. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Kevin West)
  • Yokota Key Spouse Kick-Off

    Col. Otis C. Jones, 374th Airlift Wing commander, gives opening remarks during the Key Spouse lunch and learn on Oct. 2, 2019, at Yokota Air Base, Japan. Key Spouses serve as the primary liaison between the unit and families. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Kevin West)
  • 36AS Pilot for a Day

    The 36th Airlift Squadron recently rebooted the Pilot for a Day program to inspire the next generation to consider pursuing careers in the world of aviation. The day included a full tour of the squadron, a mission brief, aircrew flight equipment familiarization and culminated in a C-130J Super Hercules flight.
  • If the price is right

    The 374th Contracting Squadron held a sealed bidding on Sept. 13, 2019, to enable the acquisition of a $3 million Department of Public Works roof repair project Sagamihara general depot facility to protect critical Army war readiness material.    The 374 CONS plans and employs several acquisition strategies to optimize taxpayer dollars. One unique
  • 9/11 Remembrance Tower Run

    The 374th Civil Engineer Squadron fire and emergency services flight hosted the Tower Run in honor of the emergency responders who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.
  • Investing in our Yokota family

                Every week, thousands of guests fill the parade grounds at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas, to see their loved ones make the transition from civilian to Airman. As the sea of blue crosses the line, with pride on full display, every trainee stands tall alongside their fellow flight mates, each raising their right hands to take the oath of
  • Yokota Hosts Pacific Unity 2019

    As the dust settled and the concrete solidified, where once a crater was now stands a repaired airfield ready for use. With Pacific Unity 2019 coming to a close, civil engineer squadrons from throughout the Pacific will have the knowledge and tools needed to ensure their respective airfields can get up and running after an attack, putting planes in the sky and the mission ongoing. The four-day bilateral training event spanning from August 20-23, 2019, brought together Airmen from throughout the Pacific to team up with Japanese Air Self-Defense Force service members at Yokota Air Base, Japan to learn the advanced Rapid Airfield Damage Repair (RADR) skills necessary to respond in war-time contingency operations.
  • The USO Show Troupe performs at Yokota

    Members of the USO Show Troupe perform at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Aug. 21, 2019. The USO Show Troupe is comprised of more than 50 entertainers who perform 365 days a year around the world. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Senior Airman Kevin West)
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