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  • Providing comfort and resiliency one paw at a time

    Eielson Air Force Base has two furry friends that assist in different resiliency capacities. Tessa is Eielson’s Sexual Assault Prevention and Response program service dog and Belle is a therapy dog who visits different locations around the base. Through the combined efforts of these canine companions, the Icemen Team receives a welcome reprieve from their busy day, and if necessary, a friendly acquaintance to confide in.
  • Misawa Airmen prepared to 'fight tonight'

    Beverly Sunrise 17-07, an operational readiness exercise validating the state of the 35th Fighter Wing’s ability to “fight tonight,” concluded with the sound of “ENDEX, ENDEX, ENDEX” and Airmen, with sighs of relief, removing their mission oriented protective posture gear here, September 21.
  • Airman drummer beats adversity with style

    Those who know him would normally describe him as soft-spoken and reserved, but life was and is anything but quiet for this musically-inclined Airman.Since birth Airman 1st Class Kyle Henaire’s parents believed he was destined to have an instrument in his hands.“When he was an infant, we took him in for his six-month checkup and the doctors told us
  • Island warrior: Guam combat communicator delivers mobile networks

    To ensure a reliable link anytime, anywhere, Airmen like Staff Sgt. Junbryan Samson, a cyber network technician assigned to the U.S. Air Forces Central Command communications division at the Combined Air Operations Center here stand ready 24/7.
  • S. African transforms into Airman, citizen

    Travelling 8,258 miles from the tip of one continent to the east coast of another, a family of four uprooted their lives with the vision of a fresh start, capitalizing on opportunities afforded in the United States.With the economy steadily declining and crime increasing day by day in South Africa, America was a better location to raise two
  • JASDF leader receives Air Force medal

    Oblivious to the fact he was about to be bestowed a sought out Air Force medal, Japan Air Self-Defense Force Col. Shunichi Araki sat with 35th Fighter Wing and Northern Air Defense Force leadership during what he thought was a routine commander’s call.
  • Team Misawa runners improve fitness one step at a time

    Fitness is an essential aspect for Airmen to maintain a “fight tonight” posture, ensuring they can complete any tasks at hand, whether physical or mental.
  • New control tower moves Andersen closer to 'airspace'

    A B-1B Lancer roars above the MSN-7 Mobile Tower System situated in the middle of the Andersen Air Force Base flightline. With lightning thundering in the distance, the controller radios in a warning to the pilots as they depart Andersen’s airspace. The rain crashes down on the mobile tower and visibility begins to diminish.
  • U.S., Japan join together during annual traffic safety campaign

    Official community leaders and service members made an oath in the Misawa City Civic Center at Misawa City, Japan, July 21, for the Prefectural Summer Traffic Safety Campaign 2017.
  • 36th Fighter Squadron celebrates 100 years

    A newly refurbished F-16 Fighting Falcon was unveiled during a Tail Flash ceremony here held July 21, 2017, in celebration of the 36th Fighter Squadron “Flying Fiends” 100th Year Anniversary.
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