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  • Yokota strengthens partnership with local friendship club

    Members of the Akishima-Yokota Friendship Club toured 374th Mission Support Group facilities at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 8, to enhance their understanding of the Yokota mission, build upon their strong foundation of friendship, and recognize the importance of the partnership between Yokota and

  • DoDEA partners with MOFA, plants SEEDs of friendship

    Yokota High School, in conjunction with the Department of Defense Education Activity Pacific and Japan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, hosted the Student Educational Exchange and Dialogue project, Sept. 9-10, to give American and Japanese students a unique opportunity to interact with and learn

  • Team Yokota celebrates Sakura Spring Festival 2023

    Another successful Sakura Spring Festival had community partnerships on display as over 7,000 people from nearby communities came out to Yokota Air Base to enjoy a day of Springtime festivities alongside base residents, April 8.

  • Yokota Airmen foster relationships with local community

    The 374th Mission Support Group hosted a tour for the Akishima-Yokota Friendship Club to enhance their understanding of the 374th Airlift Wing’s mission, boost local relations and reiterate the importance of a strong partnership between Yokota Air Base and the city of Akishima.

  • 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 pairs with Royal Thai Air Force for training

    Yokota Air Force and Royal Thai Air Force Airmen participated in a C-130 airframe immersion and training opportunity 27 March to 2 April, at Don Muang Air Base, Thailand.This engagement focused on furthering the strong U.S.-Thailand alliance as well as paving the way for future opportunities between

  • 36th Airlift Squadron conducts training in Thailand

    Airmen assigned to the 374th Maintenance Group and the 36th Airlift Squadron recently visited Thailand for joint training with the Royal Thai Air Force at U-Tapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield and Don Muang RTAF Base. This was the first training opportunity between Yokota Air Base and the RTAF within

  • Flight Provides Vital Support to Entire Continent

    One small unit has the extensive mission of providing support services over a 76.9 million square mile territory.As an active duty service member who has spent 17 years serving overseas, U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Troy Sachao, 337th Air Support Flight commander, can detail the unique challenges of