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  • Yokota celebrates the 75th U.S. Air Force Anniversary

    Yokota recently celebrated the 75th U.S. Air Force Anniversary in style with an Air Force Ball. The event allowed participants to foster an ongoing kinship by connecting and engaging with attendees from Yokota and surrounding Japanese community.

  • 374th SFS hosts Excellence in Competition

    The 374th Security Forces Squadron Combat Arms Section hosted the Excellence In Competition. The EIC is an elementary level marksmanship challenge affording competitors the opportunity to compete with the designated weapon system. The top 10 percent of competitors earned an EIC medal that can be

  • Yokota building relationships with local aviation enthusiasts

    Yokota hosted a tour for Japanese aviation enthusiasts to enhance their understanding of the 374th Airlift Wing’s mission and aircraft. This was the second time the event was held on the base. Participants had the opportunity to see the aircraft assigned to the 374th Airlift Wing up close and

  • 374th LRS keeps the mission rolling

    The 374th Logistics Readiness Squadron Vehicle Maintenance is responsible for maintaining all government owned vehicles on the installation, helping to support all missions at Yokota Air Base and five geographically separated units. They maintains nearly 1,000 government vehicles valued at

  • The 374th LRS and 36th AS assist U.S. Marines on Iwo Jima

    While aiding Marines with a refueling mission, Airmen from 374th Logistics Readiness Squadron and 36th Airlift Squadron practiced Agile Combat Employment concepts of innovative logistics and force projection capabilities.

  • The Royal Thai Air Force, French Air Force visits Japan

    Both the French Air Force (Armee de L'air) and Royal Thai Air Force’s 601st Squadron visited Japan between Aug. 10 to 13. Their visits coincided enabling them to perform their own multilateral trainings. Both France and Thailand are part of the United Nations and Yokota Air Base is one of seven U.S.

  • Yokota Keystone Club helps teens

    The Yokota Teen Center has reinstated the Keystone Club Ultimate Teen Program, which aims to develop leadership, professional and social skills.

  • Lt. Gen. Rupp Currency Flight

    5th Air Force commander Lt. Gen. Ricky Rupp recently completed a currency flight to Osan Air Base and back. C-130Js assigned to the 36th Airlift Squadron perform touch-and-goes regularly, allowing aircrew to practice take-offs and landings, sharpening their flight skills.

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