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Fun Run, FOD walk circle base flightline

Col. Mark DeLong, 51st Fighter Wing vice commander, along with Airmen from the 51st Comptroller Squadron and wing staff agencies "lead the charge" during the fun-run here May 6. Airmen at Osan participated in a 5k fun-run and foreign object damage walk around the flightline that were sponsored by Air Force Assistant Fund coordinators. The event was used to congratulate the base on an exceptional fund raiser, which brought in more than $153,000 dollars this year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson)
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Posted: 5/15/2011

Fun Run, FOD walk circle base flightlineFun Run, FOD walk circle base flightline
Fun Run, FOD walk circle base flightline

Airmen at Osan participate in a fun-run and foreign object damage walk around the flightline here May 6. The run and FOD walk were sponsored by Air Force Assistant Fund coordinators. The event was used to congratulate the base on an exceptional fund raiser, which brought in more than $153,000 dollars this year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson)
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Posted: 5/15/2011

Fun Run, FOD walk circle base flightlineFun Run, FOD walk circle base flightline
Fun Run, FOD walk circle base flightline

Airmen at Osan participate in a fun-run and foreign object damage walk around the flightline here May 6. The run and FOD walk were sponsored by Air Force Assistant Fund coordinators. The event was used to congratulate the base on an exceptional fund raiser, which brought in more than $153,000 dollars this year. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Chad Thompson)
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Posted: 5/15/2011

Newcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we knowNewcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we know
Newcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we know

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Tech. Sgt. Vanessa Cifuentes, 673rd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, bioenvironmental technician, reads the display on a multi-purpose survey meter for radiation levels at Misawa Air Base April 29. The radiation levels displayed reflect the same readings Misawa Air Base has been receiving since the earthquake -- zero amounts of radiation above background levels found. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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Posted: 4/29/2011

Newcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we knowNewcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we know
Newcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we know

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Tech. Sgt. Vanessa Cifuentes, 673rd Aerospace Medicine Squadron, bioenvironmental technician, scans filter paper removed from a high-volume air sampler at Misawa Air Base April 29. Bioenvironmental engineers have found no significant traces of radiation since the March 11 earthquake. Sergeant Cifuentes is augmenting the 35th AMDS and she is from Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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Posted: 5/1/2011

Newcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we knowNewcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we know
Newcomers; Misawa is safe! This is how we know

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Maj. David Kempisty, 35th Aerospace Medicine Squadron installation radiation safety officer, shuts off a high-volume air sampler stationed on Misawa Air Base’s flightline April 29. The HVAS is used to detect radioactive particles in the air by collecting 1,000 cubic-feet of air every 50 minutes and trapping the particles on filter paper. Major Kempisty has been monitoring radiation levels here at Misawa since the earthquake and he has not detected any radiation above the normal background levels. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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Posted: 4/29/2011

A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a timeA touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time
A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – A cement mixer pours its contents into the bucket of a track hoe for distribution April 26. This Air Force project is destined to repair the pavements on Fleming Street. The estimated completion date is November. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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Posted: 4/28/2011

A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a timeA touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time
A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Shiraishi Koyou, left, and Saito Kengo, Japanese contractors, fill and level curbing forms on Fleming Street April 26. Forms are used to ensure the new curb will be straight and even after it dries. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a timeA touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time
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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Ohshitanai Fumio, Japanese contractor, smoothes cement that has been poured into a curbing form on Fleming Street April 26. Cement-workers smooth for many reasons to include making the work more esthetic and more resilient to the effects of weather. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a timeA touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time
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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Segawa Hatsuhito, Misawa City guardsman, signals traffic to stop as a track hoe in the distance moves onto Fleming Street April 26. Contractors use guardsmen at most worksites where vehicles may come in contact with machinery. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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Posted: 4/28/2011

A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a timeA touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time
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MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Echigo Takeshi, a Japanese contractor, bends a metal pipe April 26. As part of the Walmsley Bowling Center’s renovation, old electrical wires are being replaced for safety and efficiency. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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Posted: 4/28/2011

A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a timeA touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time
A touch of paint, a turn of a screw; beautifying Misawa one project at a time

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan – Chairs and tables sit on the lanes where bowlers once threw for strikes April 26. The Walmsley Bowling Center is being renovated from the inside out. The estimated completion date is September. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Phillip Butterfield)
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Posted: 4/28/2011

    

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