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  • The passing of AFN Pacific's, Mr. Robert Hawthorne

    American Forces Network Pacific mourns the loss of our dear friend and colleague Robert Hawthorne, Chief of AFN Pacific’s Technical Services Division, who unexpectedly passed away due to cardiac arrest 23 Feb at Yokota Air Base, Japan.

  • US, Japan partnership takes off during C-130J simulator tours

    Over several engagements, Roddan was able to provide local mayors and vice mayors from four municipalities, an opportunity to learn about Yokota’s mission to conduct airlift operations throughout the region. Hosting these types of community events helps Yokota Air Base strengthen the relationship

  • Computers upgraded at Yokota

    The 374th Communications Squadron at Yokota Air Base is currently conducting a tech refresh for the installation, upgrading existing desktops and laptops to renew warranties and expired software.Staff Sgt. Sam Oh, the 374th CS NCOIC of information technology asset management, helped spearhead the

  • Japanese Board of Education visits Yokota

    Members of the Japanese Board of Education toured the grounds of Yokota High School during an immersion with Department of Defense Education Activity Pacific East District representatives, Feb. 16, 2023, at Yokota Air Base, Japan.

  • Ghana native helps Yokota give to those in need

    Most people donate to the Yokota Airman's Attic without thinking twice about where the items will go, but they just might end up on the other side of the world, in the arms of someone who needs them most.The Airman’s Attic is a non-profit organization run by volunteers who aim to provide quality

  • Team Yokota conducts annual MARE

    Team Yokota held a Major Accident Response Exercise at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Feb. 16. The exercise is also scheduled to repeat before the 2023 Friendship Festival, so the entire installation is primed for any emergency.

  • Japan – U.S. Joint Concert

    Leadership from Yokota, the North Kanto Defense Bureau, and Fussa City joined community members to listen to the U.S. Air Force Band of the Pacific play alongside approximately 50 junior high school students from three local Japanese schools.

  • Super Bowl LVII at Yokota

    Team Yokota members watch Super Bowl LVII during a 374th Force Support Squadron Super Bowl party at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Feb. 13, 2023. The event featured a live viewing of the game as well as game day food, prizes, and meet-and-greets with National Football League cheerleaders.

  • US Marines train Mobile ATC system at Yokota

    U.S. Marine Air Control Squadron 4, based out of Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, deployed a team to Yokota to practice on a mobile Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar system at a simulated deployed airfield position near the base flightline, Feb. 7.U.S. Air Force 374th Operations Support Squadron ATC