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  • USFJ Army officer donates bone marrow

    A Yokota Air Base community member assigned to United States Forces Japan recently became a bone marrow donor, potentially saving the life of an anonymous leukemia patient. Lt. Colonel Matt Rasmussen, USFJ deputy director for Manpower, Personnel and Support, had been sampled as a donor and put in the National Bone Marrow Registry several years ago.
  • Yokota Airmen participate in Cope Tiger 2007

    Nearly 50 Yokota Air Base aircrews, maintainers and medics left Japan for Thailand and are participating in this year's Exercise Cope Tiger 2007. Cope Tiger is a joint Thai and U.S. sponsored multi-lateral command post exercise, field training exercise and humanitarian civic service exercise between the nations of Thailand, Singapore and the U.S.
  • Community donates to Angel Tree

    The Yokota Angel Tree Program kicked off Saturday at the Yokota Community Center. "This program was established to help children here have a great holiday," said Master Sgt. Joseph Yabes, 374th Logistics Readiness Squadron first sergeant. "Each year, names of angels, (children whose family may be experiencing financial difficulty) are solicited by
  • Yokota Hercs ready to execute 54th anniversary of Christmas Drops

    The 374th Airlift Wing and 36th Airlift Squadron will continue the 54-year tradition of delivering much needed supplies to dozens of Micronesian islands beginning this weekend, as part of Operation Christmas Drops. This will be the 19th consecutive year in which Airmen from the 374th Airlift Wing have teamed up with Andersen Air Force Base, Guam to
  • Winter safety important

    With the holidays and winter time well upon us, the hectic schedule of shopping, planning parties, ski and snowboarding trips or that vacation back to the CONUS may be a little overwhelming. With everything else going on it is important to keep the season joyous by keeping safety in mind. One thing we should pay attention to is our vehicles.
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