Naval Air Facility Misawa, Japan Story Archive
MISAWA, Japan (NNS) - Naval Air Facility Misawa hosted a COMPASS class this week for military spouses, both new and veteran.
Sailors stationed at Misawa Air Base, Japan, and their family members, shared Halloween candy with local schoolchildren and gave them an opportunity to practice their English, Oct. 27.
Naval Air Facility Misawa E-7 and above Sailors hosted the annual "Turkey Feed" for all Navy members in Misawa to kick off the holiday season, Nov. 20.
Sailors stationed at U.S. Naval Air Facility (NAF) Misawa and its tenant commands began work on a snow sculpture as part of the 67th annual Sapporo Snow Festival in Hokkaido, Japan, Jan. 30.
USS Patriot (MCM 7) pulled into Otaru, Japan, Feb. 4 for a scheduled port visit.
Sailors stationed at U.S. Naval Air Facility Misawa and its tenant commands completed their surface warfare pin snow sculpture in time for the 67th annual Sapporo Snow Festival in Hokkaido, Japan, Feb. 5.
Sailors stationed at Misawa Air Base, Japan visited the Ohzora Jido-Kan, a Japanese afterschool care center, where they taught and practiced English with the children there Monday, Feb. 29.
The Fourth Annual Snow Bowl flag football tournament was held at Misawa Air Base Mar. 4.
Sailors stationed at Naval Air Facility Misawa made a special spring visit to the Bikoen Orphanage in Shichinohe, Japan, April 9.
U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John L. Dolan, commander of U.S. Forces Japan and 5th Air Force, held an all-hands call for Sailors stationed or deployed at Misawa Air Base April 26.
Naval Air Facility Misawa Sailors conducted their first semi-annual physical readiness test using the Navy's new policy changes the first week of May.
Chief Master-at-Arms Brandon Johnson, attached to Afloat Training Group (ATG) Yokosuka, and his wife, U'I Johnson, helped organize and perform a hula concert to benefit the town of Kessenuma, July 26.
The Drug Education for Youth (DEFY) program began their annual summer camp at Naval Air Facility Misawa on Misawa Airbase, Japan, Aug. 8.
Naval Air Facility Misawa's Emergency Management (EM) Team is informing those who serve and live on Misawa Air Base about how to prepare for emergencies during National Preparedness Month.
Naval Air Facility Misawa Sailors and the First Class Petty Officer's Association (FCPOA) assisted the Ortiz Global Academy for Aid (O.G.A. For Aid) in facilitating a survivor's benefit and community building event for the people of Minami-Sanriku, Japan.