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  • Old nemesis claims lives of four Airmen since start of summer safety focus

    Since the 101 Critical Days of Summer kicked off Memorial Day weekend at the end of May, the Air Force has lost four Airmen to an old nemesis: vehicle mishaps.Two Airmen died in car accidents, while another perished in a motorcycle crash. The fourth succumbed to injuries suffered in an all-terrain

  • Yokota Air Base receives traffic safety award

    Yokota Air Base has continuously demonstrated an interest in traffic safety and actively participated in the prevention of traffic mishaps in the local community. The award was given in recognition of the Safety Office's continuous cooperation with the Metropolitan Fussa Police station to help

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