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  • PACAF commanders talk relationships, readiness, resiliency

    The Indo-Pacific Strategy Report published in June clearly states “the Indo-Pacific is the Department of Defense’s priority theater.” It’s also the largest and arguably most diverse.
  • Ops Airman rediscovers self in Misawa fitness center

    Gaining physical strength while becoming leaner and more confident is how Senior Airman Sidnea Bailey, a 35th Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment journeyman, became the resilient, independent and driven Wild Weasel she is today.
  • Wild Weasel firefighter puts out flames on first assignment jitters

    Anticipation of future assignments can create a gut-twisting feeling, leaving Airmen anxious, restless or even uneasy, but Airman 1st Class Adam Cardona, a 35th Civil Engineer Squadron fire protection journeyman, combatted his first assignment jitters with fun, exploration and self-discovery.
  • PACAF F-16 Demo Team pilot turns childhood dream into reality

    A young Capt. Jacob “Primo” Impellizzeri, the Pacific Air Forces F-16 Fighting Falcon Demonstration Team commander and pilot, grew up observing countless aerial demonstrations in pure “awe” resulting in an undeniable passion for flying.
  • NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY: DRAFT SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT AND NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

    The U.S. Air Force invites you to review the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement and attend the Public Hearing for the proposed Tinian Divert Infrastructure Improvements.Tinian Divert background information: In September 2016, the U.S. Air Force (Air Force) completed the Final Environmental ImpactStatement (EIS) for Divert Activities
  • PACAF Airman wins DOD-level Analyst award

    Maj. Andrew Atkinson, Pacific Air Forces Analyses, Assessments, and Lessons Learned branch chief, was announced as the 2019 Military Operations Research Society’s Wayne P. Hughes Junior Analyst of the Year at the Department of Defense level.
  • Saipan native returns home, supports typhoon exercise

    Being stationed overseas in a foreign country is quite an adventure, but for some Airmen, home is always where the heart is. This phenomenon can be especially understandable when growing up on a small tropical island. Senior Airman Mark Abrihan, was born and raised in Saipan, part of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands.
  • Misawa vet takes care of man's best friend

    The 35th Security Forces Squadron has 10 military working dogs stationed at Misawa Air Base, aiding in the safety and security for Team Misawa. Just like our Airmen, these dogs have routine medical checkups to ensure they remain fit to fight.  Rachel Hixenbaugh, a Misawa Vet Clinic animal health assistant, tends to these dogs, ensuring their health
  • Misawa F-4C Phantom II: A Vietnam vet still serving

    During the Vietnam War, the F-4C Phantom II, 64-0679, downed the second MiG aircraft on July 10, 1965. The first MiG-killer was later shot down over the demilitarized zone on July 30, 1967, making this aircraft the sole survivor of the July 10, 1965, conflict. The F-4C made it to Misawa Air Base, Japan, in August 1988, and was restored and
  • 35th Fighter Wing strengthens U.S., Japan alliance during Tsuiki ATR

    Eighty-five members from various 35th Fighter Wing units forward-deployed alongside six F-16 Fighting Falcons to Tsuiki Air Base, Japan, Nov. 5 to 8 for an aviation training relocation.“All cargo, personnel and jets landed in the morning then we unloaded, set up operations and had the jets back in the air for the first sortie by the afternoon,”
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