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The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base



The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base
The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan - Marines from the initial response force board a bus April 3 after arriving at Yokota Air Base. The INF is a 155-person team comprised of Marines from the Naval Support Facility, Indian Head, Md. As a smaller element of the chemical, biological and incident response force, the IRF is specifically trained in the areas of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosion operations. The CBIRF will support Operation Tomodachi by providing a rapid response capability, and if requested, can assist and advise Japanese authorities. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jeromy K. Cross)
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Posted: 4/6/2011

The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base



The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base
The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan - Marines from the initial response force board a bus April 3 after arriving at Yokota Air Base. The INF is a 155-person team comprised of Marines from the Naval Support Facility, Indian Head, Md. As a smaller element of the chemical, biological and incident response force, the IRF is specifically trained in the areas of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosion operations. The CBIRF will support Operation Tomodachi by providing a rapid response capability, and if requested, can assist and advise Japanese authorities. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jeromy K. Cross)
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The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base



The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base
The Initial Response Force lands at Yokota Air Base

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan -- A U.S. Air Force crew chief marshals a C-5 Galaxy caring Marines and their equipment from the Initial Response Force into its parking spot at Yokota Air Base, April 3. The Chemical Biological Incident Response Force is a 155-person team comprised of Marines from Naval Support Facility, Indian Head, Md. As a smaller element of the chemical, biological, and incident response force, the CBIRF is specifically trained in the areas of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and high yield explosion operations. The IRF will support Operation Tomodachi by providing a rapid response capability, and if requested, can assist and advise Japanese authorities. (U.S. Air Force photo by/Master Sgt. Jeromy K. Cross)
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AFRAT surveys Sendai AirportAFRAT surveys Sendai Airport
AFRAT surveys Sendai Airport

SENDAI AIRPORT, Japan -- Staff Sgt. Kevin Rivera (left) and Senior Master Sgt. Dean Kim, from the Air Force Radiation Assessment Team, use a sodium iodide detector to check for radiation at Sendai Airport, April 5, 2011. Sergeant Rivera and Sergeant Kim checked for radiation in the air, soil and vegetation. The AFRAT provides commanders and other key decision-makers with risk-based recommendations to maximize force protection while meeting critical mission requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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AFRAT surveys Sendai AirportAFRAT surveys Sendai Airport
AFRAT surveys Sendai Airport

SENDAI AIRPORT, Japan -- Staff Sgt. Kevin Rivera, Air Force Radiation Assessment Team, checks soil at Sendai Airport for possible contamination April 5, 2011. The AFRAT provides commanders and other key decision-makers with risk-based recommendations to maximize force protection while meeting critical mission requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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AFRAT surveys Sendai AirportAFRAT surveys Sendai Airport
AFRAT surveys Sendai Airport

SENDAI AIRPORT, Japan -- Staff Sgt. Kevin Rivera (left) and Senior Master Sgt. Dean Kim, from the Air Force Radiation Assessment Team, use a sodium iodide detector to check for radiation at Sendai Airport, April 5, 2011. Sergeant Rivera and Sergeant Kim checked for radiation in the air, soil and vegetation. The AFRAT provides commanders and other key decision-makers with risk-based recommendations to maximize force protection while meeting critical mission requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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AFRAT surveys Sendai AirportAFRAT surveys Sendai Airport
AFRAT surveys Sendai Airport

SENDAI AIRPORT, Japan -- Staff Sgt. Kevin Rivera, Air Force Radiation Assessment Team, collects a vegetation sample at Sendai Airport, April 05, 2011. The AFRAT provides commanders and other key decision-makers with risk-based recommendations to maximize force protection while meeting critical mission requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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AFRAT surveys Sendai AirportAFRAT surveys Sendai Airport
AFRAT surveys Sendai Airport

SENDAI AIRPORT, Japan -- Air Force Radiation Assessment Team members performed radiological assessments at Sendai Airport in support of Operation Tomodachi, April 5, 2011. The AFRAT provides commanders and other key decision-makers with risk-based recommendations to maximize force protection while meeting critical mission requirements. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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On the road to recoveryOn the road to recovery
On the road to recovery

SENDAI AIRPORT, Japan -- Damaged in the March 11 earthquake and resulting tsunami, Sendai Airport reopened to military fixed-wing aircraft March 16 thanks to the efforts of Japanese civilians, Japan Self-Defense Force members and U.S. military members. Since then, the airport has become a logistics hub for relief and recovery efforts. Japanese authorities plan to reopen the airport to commercial traffic in the future. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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On the road to recoveryOn the road to recovery
On the road to recovery

SENDAI AIRPORT, Japan -- Damaged in the March 11 earthquake and resulting tsunami, Sendai Airport reopened to military fixed-wing aircraft March 16 thanks to the efforts of Japanese civilians, Japan Self-Defense Force members and U.S. military members. Since then, the airport has become a logistics hub for relief and recovery efforts. Japanese authorities plan to reopen the airport to commercial traffic in the future. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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Misawa helpsMisawa helps
Misawa helps

Service members from the Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps work together April 1, 2011, to free a plastic sheet from mud and sand at a strawberry farm in Hachinohe, Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez)
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Misawa helpsMisawa helps
Misawa helps

Airmen uncover rows of strawberries April 1, 2011, at a farm in Hachinohe, Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez)
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Misawa helpsMisawa helps
Misawa helps

An Airman digs through a strawberry field, looking for debris April 1, 2011, in Hachinohe, Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez)
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Misawa helpsMisawa helps
Misawa helps

An Airman digs through a strawberry field, looking for debris April 1, 2011, in Hachinohe, Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez)
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Misawa helpsMisawa helps
Misawa helps

Airmen uncover plastic sheets April 1, 2011, at a strawberry farm in Hachinohe, Japan. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez)
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DJC2 system provides communications support for JSF, USFJDJC2 system provides communications support for JSF, USFJ
DJC2 system provides communications support for JSF, USFJ

(From left) Tech. Sgt Davis Way, Marine Sgt. Terrall Miller, and Army Spc. Sonya Johnson work on the communicators equipment April 1, 2011, in the Deployable Joint Command and Control System at Yokota Air Base, Japan. The DJC2 is deployed to Yokota AB to provide communications in support of Operation Tomodachi. All service members are assigned to the Joint Communication Support Element. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jeromy K. Cross)
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DJC2 system provides communications support for JSF, USFJDJC2 system provides communications support for JSF, USFJ
DJC2 system provides communications support for JSF, USFJ

The Deployable Joint Command and Control System is currently deployed to Yokota Air Base, Japan, to provide communications in support of Operation Tomodachi. (U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jeromy K. Cross)
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Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air BaseVolunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base
Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base

HACHINOHE, Japan -- Civilian volunteers from Misawa Air Base carry debris off a strawberry field, here April 1. To date, more than 1,200 servicemembers and civilian volunteers from Misawa Air Base have spent more than 9,000 man-hours assisting local communities with recovery efforts. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez/Released)
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Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air BaseVolunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base
Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base

HACHINOHE, Japan -- U.S. military members from the Navy, Marine Corp and Air Force work together to free a plastic sheet from mud and sand at a strawberry farm, here April 1. Misawa Helps, a command-sponsored volunteer project, has been organizing clean-up projects in local communities to help those affected by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez/Released)
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Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air BaseVolunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base
Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base

HACHINOHE, Japan -- A volunteer from Misawa Air Base pulls a plastic sheet out of the dirt, here April 1. About 75 base volunteers spent the day cleaning a strawberry field that was damaged by a tsunami. . (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez/Released)
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Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air BaseVolunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base
Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base

HACHINOHE, Japan -- U.S. Air Force Airmen from Misawa Air Base uncover rows of strawberries at a farm, here April 1. A tsunami, triggered by the March 11 earthquake, flooded this coastal area where base volunteers spent the week cleaning up local farms. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez/Released)
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Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air BaseVolunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base
Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base

HACHINOHE, Japan -- A U.S. Air Force Airman from Misawa Air Base digs through a strawberry field looking for debris, here April 1. Approximately two busloads of volunteers visited the Hachinohe strawberry fields every day during the week to assist local farmers with cleaning up the destruction left by a tsunami. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez/Released)
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Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air BaseVolunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base
Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base

HACHINOHE, Japan -- U.S. Air Force Airmen from Misawa Air Base uncover plastic sheets used on a strawberry field, here April 1. The Airmen signed up with Misawa Helps to volunteer their time. To date, more than 1,200 servicemembers and civilians have volunteered from Misawa Air Base. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez/Released)
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Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air BaseVolunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base
Volunteer work continues outside Misawa Air Base

HACHINOHE, Japan -- U.S. Marine Corp Lance Cpl. William Deane, temporarily assigned to Misawa Air Base from the Combat Logistics Regiment-3 at Camp Foster, Okinawa, pulls plastic sheeting out of dirt and sand at a strawberry field, here April 1. Misawa Helps, a command-sponsored volunteer project, sent 75 Marines, Airmen, Sailors and civilians this day to help clear the strawberry farm of debris from the March 11 tsunami. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Rachel Martinez/Released)
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