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  • Air Force leaders focus on ACE during Kadena visit

    Secretary of the Air Force Frank Kendall, Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Allvin, and Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force David Flosi visited Kadena Air Base, Japan, April 6, to observe Team Kadena’s unique capabilities and ongoing efforts to re-optimize for great power competition.

  • SecAF, CSAF, CMSAF begin Indo-Pacific trip focused on ACE

    The senior leaders are travelling across the Indo-Pacific region to witness firsthand the progress the service has achieved in establishing Agile Combat Employment, an operational scheme of maneuver to increase survivability and available combat power.

  • Keeping Airborne 24 Soaring: Inside the Crucial Work of 374th AMXS

    Amidst the deafening roars of C-130J Super Hercules engines from the Yokota flightline, the 374th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron stands as the faithful backbone of aircraft operability, ensuring mission readiness from the ground up for exercise Airborne 24.

  • Cope North 24: Spoke location spoken words

    As Cope North 24 continues, multinational participants are operating out of dispersed locations in the Indo-Pacific to improve capability and capacity for agile combat employment operations. Despite the geographic separation, Allies and partners are collaborating and integrating to create and

  • Yokota, Japan partnership proves powerful in Ishikawa earthquake aid

    A 7.6 magnitude earthquake shocked thousands when it rattled through Japan’s Ishikawa Prefecture on Jan. 1, 2024. A day that would usually be spent joyfully partaking in “Hatsumode,” the first shrine visit of the New Year, was instead spent mobilizing disaster and evacuation plans. The Jan. 1

  • Yokota, Fussa community partner in safety

    Team Yokota joined the Fussa Police Department and members of the local community for the annual Year-End Joint Patrol in Fussa, Japan, Dec. 22. The joint patrol is conducted through the streets of Fussa at the end of each year to promote safety and highlight the partnership between the U.S. Air

  • From Skies to Seas: Airman Assists Humanitarian Aid Aboard the USNS Mercy

    It is a rare opportunity for any U.S. Air Force Airmen to board a ship and work alongside the U.S. Navy and other nations in a joint environment. So, when U.S. Air Force Senior Airman Sammi-Joy Severino learned of an open spot on the hospital ship United States Naval Ship Mercy to provide