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  • 374th CONS leverages AI to learn languages

    The 374th Contracting Squadron personnel attended a linguist introductory training course at Yokota Air Base, Japan, June 11.The organization hosting the course specializes in development of artificial intelligence and machine learning for language translation and localization. With enhanced

  • Japanese-American Friendship Festival 2024: Day Two

    The 2024 Yokota Friendship Festival concluded its two-days worth of events with over 290,000 visitors from around Japan, May 19. The two-day bilateral festival allowed visitors to learn more about the U.S. and Japan partnership while strengthening bonds between Yokota and the local communities. The

  • Japanese-American Friendship Festival 2024: Day One

    The 374th Airlift Wing held day one of the 2024 Japanese-American Friendship Festival at Yokota Air Base, Japan, May 18.The festival gives Japanese community members a chance to come onto Yokota to see static aircraft, witness military demonstrations, learn about the capabilities and training done

  • Sharing tradition, culture through Hamura Tulip Festival

    Hirotaka Hasimoto, Hamura City mayor recently invited U.S. Air Force Col. Andrew Roddan, 374th Airlift Wing commander to the Hamura Tulip Festival and Aso Shrine in Hamura, Japan, April 15, 2024. Hamura is known as the town of flowers, greenery and water; and holds the Tulip Festival in conjunction

  • Rain Fails to Dampen Spirits at 43rd Frostbite Road Race

    Team Yokota hosted the 43rd Annual Frostbite Road Race, featuring three different race routes that spanned across Yokota Air Base, Jan. 21. The event has grown into one of the most popular road races held in Japan since its 1981 inception. This year, approximately 10,000 participants, both Japanese

  • 374th AW, JASDF welcome members of the TDA

    U.S. Air Force Col Andrew Roddan, 374th Airlift Wing commander, and Japan Air Self-Defense Force Col. Hiroyuki Ishii, Operational Support Wing commander, met to welcome and speak to members of the Tokyo Defense Association, during a tour at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 20.

  • Yokota strengthens partnership with local friendship club

    Members of the Akishima-Yokota Friendship Club toured 374th Mission Support Group facilities at Yokota Air Base, Japan, Nov. 8, to enhance their understanding of the Yokota mission, build upon their strong foundation of friendship, and recognize the importance of the partnership between Yokota and