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Megan and Marissa Petros

CAMP ZAMA, Japan – How does one tell Megan and Marissa Petros apart?

That’s the question folks at Zama have asked all fall, following the...

MSgt. Yoichi Ishihara

Ishihara has a variety volunteer achievements, including coaching for the Judo Department of the Tenzie Sports Promotion Association and serving...

USO Yokosuka team

Yokosuka, Japan - On Oct. 13, the prestigious USO President’s award was presented to Shandra Kraft, Kristine Fontanilla, Jadine Lujan, Kyle Reid,...

MSgt. Horimichi Suzuki

Suzuki places importance in utilizing his leadership and experiences to connect with junior Airmen whom are interested in expanding their scope of...

Senior Airman Ashley Dennis

Congratulations to Senior Airman Ashley Dennis, 730th Air Mobility Squadron special planning technician, on being the Airlifter of the Week!

Public Affairs Officer Sam Samuelson

HIRATSUKA, Japan (Oct. 16, 2017) - Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi’s Public Affairs Officer Sam Samuelson, a native of San Diego, answers...

HM1 (SW/AW/IW) Tommy L. Aflague

Aflague is a hard-charging sailor serving as Leading Petty Officer for the Medical and Dental Department onboard USS GERMANTOWN in Sasebo, Japan...

Staff Sgt. Dion Smith

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Dion Smith, a 35th Maintenance Squadron armament flight supervisor, prepares to move a GBU-31 joint direct attack...

MA3 David C. Berry Jr.

Berry has mentored five junior Sailors and successfully helped them qualify as Patrolmen, supporting the overall mission of his Department.

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Senior Airman Amber Slavik

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Seldom are intimate memories shared with those who aren’t blood relatives; when you spend two decades or more with the...

SSgt. Jeffery D. Burke

Burke participated in the Operation TOMODACHI humanitarian efforts in the areas of northern Japan affected by the March 11, 2011, tsunami,...

Tech. Sgt. Angelo Barcelona

Yokota Air Base, Japan -- Only one percent of the U.S. qualifies for the Air Force. For Air Force recruiters, finding that one percent can be a...

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