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U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Collette Brooks

The 35th Fighter Wing safety office: keeping the 'Wild Weasel’ off the endangered species list


MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Welcome to Misawa where an abundance of new adventures awaits! Arriving in winter? Grab a snowboard and...

Members of Directorate of Emergency Services take a group photo with the event attendees in front of a fire truck during the 242nd Birthday of the United States held June 30, 2018 at Camp Zama's Yano Field. (U.S. Army photo by Noriko Kudo) (Photo Credit: Noriko Kudo, U.S. Army Garrison Japan Public Affairs)

Camp Zama shares Independence Day celebration with Japanese neighbors


Camp Zama, Japan (July 3 , 2018) - Camp Zama celebrated the 242nd Birthday of the United States June 30 at Yano Field with a...

Misawa Exchange expands Layaway Program to include computers, laptops for Back-to-School season


Misawa – The Army & Air Force Exchange Service at Misawa is helping military families go to back to school while sticking to a...

Misawa Exchange Shoppers Can Save on Eating Healthy with Salad Wednesdays

Misawa – Airmen and families at Misawa can keep their bodies and their wallets healthy every Salad Wednesday at Army & Air...
U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Matthew C. Duncker/Released

Commanding Officer Capt. Lloyd B. Mack participates in language exchange


NAVAL AIR FACILITY ATSUGI, Japan (June 29, 2018) Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi Commanding Officer Capt. Lloyd B. Mack, from...

Atsugi has a mission-based Space-Available program


While the Navy offers many benefits for Sailors beyond a military career, including education opportunities, medical and dental...

 Pronunciation key: “A” is short (like “ah”); “E” is short (like “get”); “I” is short (like “it”); “O” is long (like “old”); “U” is long (like “tube”); and “AI” is a long “I” (like “hike”). Most words are pronounced with equal emphasis on each syllable, but “OU” is a long “O” with emphasis on that syllable.

Speakin’ Japanese: Take a bow


In Japan, bowing is usually used during daily greetings. But be careful, it is sometimes used to show appreciation, sympathies and...

U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Xiomara M. Martinez

Misawa's sister services come together for training


U.S. Army Soldiers with the Delta Detachment, 1st Space Company, Joint Tactic Army Ground Station, receive a briefing from U.S. Air...

U.S. Army in Japan photo by Kiyoshi Tokeshi

Army spouses honored during celebration of service ceremony


CAMP ZAMA, Japan – Seven Army spouses from the Camp Zama community were honored June 12 during a celebration of service ceremony...


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