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  • Trilateral Co-Op tour held at Yokota Air Base

    Members of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force, U.S. military, and Australian Army visited Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 17, 2022, as part of a trilateral Cooperative-Work Program (Co-Op) tour held at Camp Zama, Japan. The tour is designed to improve trilateral relations, enhance English

  • Yokota Air Base hosts its first farmers market event

    Yokota Air Base invited farmers and vendors in the local community to participate in its first farmers market event on  Oct. 22, 2022.More than 25 local farms and vendors shared their goods and services with base members as part of an effort to strengthen ties between communities.

  • A symbol of friendship between U. S. and Japan was planted

    The cherry tree was planted as a symbol of the friendship between Akishima-Yokota Friendship Club and Yokota Air Base in commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the foundation of the club. The Akishima-Yokota Friendship Club was established aiming to deepen mutual understanding and to promote

  • 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

  • Pacific Air Forces deputy commander visits Japan

    Deputy Commander of the Pacific Air Forces Lt. Gen. James Jacobson visited Yokota Air Base, August 21 to 23, as part of a larger PACAF tour.Jacobson kicked off his tour meeting with U.S. Forces Japan and 374th Airlift Wing leadership where he received updates on current projects, future exercises

  • 374th maintainers keep C-130s flying

    374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintains mission-ready aircraft to sustain contingency and peacetime missions throughout the Pacific theater to accomplish U.S. Pacific Command and Pacific Air Forces' taskings.