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  • 730th AMS shines during AMC inspection

    Yokota's 730th Air Mobility Squadron recently excelled during Air Mobility Command's Logistics Standardization and Evaluation Program inspection here Feb. 5-9. The 730 AMS was given an overall squadron score of 94.75 percent - falling just shy of an outstanding rating of 95 percent or higher. This was the second consecutive excellent rating for the
  • Yokota Warriors football team prepares for Spring Season Try-outs begin Monday

    The Yokota Warriors adult base football team will hold try-outs this week in preparation for its upcoming Spring football season which begins in March. The try-outs, which are open to all base personnel and dependents, will be held Monday through Thursday at 5:30 p.m. at the Samurai Fitness Center, and Saturday at Darling Field at 2:45 p.m.
  • WIC Overseas benefits Airmen

    Women, Infants and Children, commonly known as WIC, is a program that helps expectant mothers or those with young children by providing some of the basic essentials that are important in the first years of a baby's life. Some of the services include providing families with information on healthy eating habits as well as providing coupons to
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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.
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