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  • Hispanic Heritage Month read aloud at Yokota

    The Yokota Latin American Association held a Hispanic Heritage Month read aloud at Joan K. Mendel Elementary School, Sept. 18-21, at Yokota Air Base, Japan, to celebrate Hispanic literary contributions with Yokota’s young learners.

  • 374th AMXS names new Dedicated Crew Chiefs

    Etched above the crew door of each C-130J Super Hercules assigned to Yokota Air Base, Japan, lies two names. These are the names of maintainers responsible for the well-being of that aircraft. These are the names of Airmen who have pledged to take guardianship of the Air Force’s most critical

  • Yokota holds first-ever 24-hour POW/MIA remembrance run

    Team Yokota honored Americans who were prisoners of war and more than 81,000 who served and never returned home for National POW/MIA recognition day by hosting its first-ever 24-hour POW/MIA remembrance run, Sept. 14-15.

  • 374th MSG hosts combat dining-in

    Airmen from the 374th Mission Support Group and Japan Air Self-Defense Force came together for an evening of camaraderie and competition during a combat dining-in at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Sept. 15, 2023.

  • Yokota AFWERX spark cell, volunteers fix airfield overrun traffic lights

    After a severe lightning storm in early July rendered traffic control lights on the Yokota runway inoperable, the south airfield overrun has returned to normal operations, thanks to the joint efforts of volunteers from the Yokota AFWERX spark cell, ‘YokoWERX,’ and units across the 374th Airlift

  • DoDEA partners with MOFA, plants SEEDs of friendship

    Yokota High School, in conjunction with the Department of Defense Education Activity Pacific and Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, hosted the Student Educational Exchange and Dialogue project, Sept. 9-10, to give American and Japanese students a unique opportunity to interact with and learn