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  • Team Yokota receives PACAF awards for excellence in safety

    U.S. Air Force Col. Brent Harms (left), Pacific Air Forces director of safety, presents Tech. Sgt. Ty Ward, 374th Maintenance Squadron engines NCOIC, with the PACAF Chief of Safety Aviation Maintenance Safety Team award at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Jan. 23, 2024. The 374th Maintenance Group Hot Pit

  • Yokota AB, Fussa community partner in safety

    Team Yokota joined the Fussa Police Department and members of the local community for the annual Year-End Joint Patrol in Fussa, Japan, Dec. 22. The joint patrol is conducted through the streets of Fussa at the end of each year to promote safety and highlight the partnership between the U.S. Air

  • Yokota kicks off Fire Prevention Week

    Airmen from the 374th Civil Engineer Squadron Fire Department kicked off Fire Prevention Week with a proclamation ceremony at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Oct. 5.

  • A shared commitment to safety in Fussa City

    Yokota Air Base leadership, the Fussa City Police Department and members of the on and off-base communities participated in a joint crime prevention patrol in Fussa, Japan, December 16, 2022.The joint patrol has been a long-standing effort between Fussa City and Yokota Air Base to promote safety and

  • Yokota Air Base receives traffic safety award

    Yokota Air Base has continuously demonstrated an interest in traffic safety and actively participated in the prevention of traffic mishaps in the local community. The award was given in recognition of the Safety Office's continuous cooperation with the Metropolitan Fussa Police station to help

  • Yokota Hosts Bilateral Aviation Safety

    Airmen from the 374th Airlift Wing Safety Office and 353rd Special Operations Group Safety Office hosted guests from the Tokyo Aviation Police and the Japanese Coast Guard to speak about Yokota’s operational procedures on Mid Air Collision Avoidance or MACA, April 7, at Yokota Air Base, Japan.“MACA,

  • Special Cargo

    From aerosols and trucks to classified documents and medical supplies, 730th Air Mobility Squadron (AMS) work closely with the Japanese military to move a multitude of assets. In the month of August, special handling started receiving shipments of Aegis Missiles, which are meant to sustain the