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Steve Wagner, a Draughon Range electronic warfare field engineer, works on an unmanned threat emitter at Draughon Range at Misawa City, Japan, Aug. 2, 2017. Draughon Range personnel oversee the upkeep of the area including mechanical fixes. The workers put in approximately 65 hours per week to ensure the range functions at an optimal level. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Sadie Colbert)

Draughon range expands joint, bilateral training limits

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- The Draughon Range is to Team Misawa as Mount Hakkoda is to avid skiers; this expansive plot of land...

Airman Aruna Cruickshank

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Senior Airman Petri Brand

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Tech. Sgt. Gerard Tilley

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YAMAGATA: Home to many natural, cultural attractions in Japan

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Situated in the Northeastern part of Japan, Yamagata offers plenty of natural and cultural attractions throughout the seasons. From...

U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Andy Martinez

Service members, Hirosaki orphans spend the day together in Misawa Air Base

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Two Marines with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 462 speak with a member of the Pacific Air Force F-16 Demonstration Team at...

Senior Airman Petri Brand, a 35th Aerospace Medicine Squadron bioenvironmental engineer technician, and his family pause for a photo after his basic military training graduation at, Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. After basic Brand attended a nine-week long technical school and joined the operational Air Force upon arriving to Misawa Air Base. (Courtesy photo)

S. African transforms into Airman, citizen

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- Travelling 8,258 miles from the tip of one continent to the east coast of another, a family of four...

U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Dillon Poole, a 35th Maintenance Squadron electronic warfare technician holds a halo freeze at Misawa Air Base, Japan, July 20, 2017. Poole, also a tricking practitioner, spends hours each day perfecting his craft by taking constant action in order to achieve new heights. (U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Brittany A. Chase)

Misawa Airman tricks to new heights

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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan --“There’s a saying, ‘success is a few disciplines practiced everyday, over an extended period of time,’ so...

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