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  • The 374th LRS and 36th AS assist U.S. Marines on Iwo Jima

    While aiding Marines with a refueling mission, Airmen from the 374th Logistics Readiness Squadron and the 36th Airlift Squadron practiced Agile Combat Employment concepts of innovative logistics and force projection capabilities.

  • 374th LRS keeps the mission rolling

    The 374th Logistics Readiness Squadron Vehicle Maintenance is responsible for maintaining all government owned vehicles on the installation, helping to support all missions at Yokota Air Base and five geographically separated units. They maintains nearly 1,000 government vehicles valued at

  • The Royal Thai Air Force, French Air Force visits Japan

    Both the French Air Force (Armee de L'air) and Royal Thai Air Force’s 601st Squadron visited Japan between Aug. 10 to 13. Their visits coincided enabling them to perform their own multilateral trainings. Both France and Thailand are part of the United Nations and Yokota Air Base is one of seven U.S.

  • Yokota Airmen simulate triage procedures

    Yokota Air Base, Japan – Airmen from the 374th Medical Group triaged and treated mock patients in response to a simulated air attack during a Samurai Readiness Inspection exercise Oct. 26, 2021.

  • Remembering his Roots

    “Anata no sentai shireikan no namae wa nanidesuka [Who is your squadron commander]?These are the words Air Force 1st Lt. Sean Crittenden, a C-130J Super Hercules pilot assigned to the 36th Airlift Squadron at Yokota Air Base, Japan, said as he walked into a room belonging to the Japanese Air

  • Yokota CBRN training adapts to pandemic constraints

    Members of the 374th Civil Engineering Squadron Emergency Management team have found a way to continue the mission while limiting the risk of COVID-19 transmission by moving Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear training to the great outdoors, July 22, 2020, Yokota Air Base, Japan.

  • Find, Secure, Return; Yokota Airmen complete Fuji drop

    A C-130J Super Hercules, assigned with the 36th Airlift Squadron, Yokota Air Base, Japan, drops bundles at the Combined Arms Training Center, Camp Fuji, Japan, March 25, 2020. The 36th AS completed formation flight training as well as dropped pallets consisting of simulated heavy equipment and