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  • Yokota Volunteers Provide Support For Families In Need

    Tech. Sgt. Matthew Jackson, 374th Contracting Squadron contracting officer, builds a care kit during Operation Gratitude at Yokota Air Base, Japan, April 14, 2021. Operation Gratitude serves as an opportunity for the community to provide support and supplies for hundreds of people transiting to and through Yokota. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman
  • Numazu Beach Landing, a 459th AS first

    Capt. Jose Sahagun Flores, 459th Airlift Squadron flight safety officer, left, and Capt. Nick Curren, 316th Operations Support Squadron, Joint Base Andrews, Md., training officer, fly over Numazu Beach, Japan for the first time, Feb. 18, 2021. During the flight the pilots conducted various water and land training scenarios. (U.S. Air Force photo by
  • From Uncertainty to Confidence: One Airman's Voyage to Success

    Everyone deals with trials and tribulations, but what matters most is how a person takes those obstacles and turns them into victories. Senior Airman Kembria Mims, 374th Operation Support Squadron host aviation resources manager, dealt with her fair share of let downs growing up, but her story is a reflection of what it means when you leave your troubles in the past and come out triumphant.  
  • Yokota CBRN training adapts to pandemic constraints

    Members of the 374th Civil Engineering Squadron Emergency Management team have found a way to continue the mission while limiting the risk of COVID-19 transmission by moving Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear training to the great outdoors, July 22, 2020, Yokota Air Base, Japan.
  • Yokota Tower Run Honors Fallen Heroes of 9/11

    A tower run participant releases a dog-tag into a fire fighter's helmet during the sixth annual Yokota Fire Emergency Services 9/11 Tower Run at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Sept. 11, 2018. Each run participant held a dog-tag with the name of a first responder who lost their life in the terrorist attacks in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001. (U.S. Air
  • Air Force and Marines accomplish joint fire training

    YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan – On a hot summer day at the fire-pit on Yokota Air Base, Japan, Aircraft Rescue and Fire-Fighting specialists assigned to Marine Air Base Iwakuni, Japan, and 374th Civil Engineer Squadron firefighters dawned their personal protective gear, grabbed a firehose and battled a raging inferno coming from a simulated aircraft.From
  • Yokota’s C-130J Super Hercules makes its debut in Red Flag-Alaska

    After a transition from the older C-130H Hercules model, the 36th Airlift Squadron are ready to provide tactical airlift throughout RF-A. "It’s our first time flying the J-model in RF-A, so it’s really been a learning experience for us as a squadron,” said Capt. Christopher Ansel, 36th Airlift Squadron C-130J mission planning cell chief. Yokota’s
  • Yokota Airmen provide airlift at Red Flag-Alaska

    Airmen assigned to the 374th Airlift Wing flew to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska, to provide joint airlift support during the 2-week exercise, Red Flag-Alaska 18-2. Representing the Pacific’s Premiere Power Projection Platform, the Yokota Airmen joined the approximately 2,000 total service members participating in the exercise each year.
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