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Eagle Maintenance Eagle Maintenance

Eagle Maintenance

18th AMXS Keeps fighters in the air
Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright meets with Kadena Airmen Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright meets with Kadena Airmen

18th CMSAF visits 18th Wing

Chief Master Sgt. of the Air Force Kaleth O. Wright meets with Kadena Airmen
Top guns take to the sky Top guns take to the sky

Top guns take to the sky

Kadena Aircraft conduct air training
Taking to the skies Taking to the skies

Taking to the skies

Squadrons conduct training for surge week
Maintenance professionals upkeep ‘eyes in the sky’ Maintenance professionals upkeep ‘eyes in the sky’

Receiving the AWACS

Maintenance professionals upkeep ‘eyes in the sky’
Training how you fight Training how you fight

Training how you fight

JGSDF, USA, USAF rally to share CBRN techniques and info
Not just another dot Not just another dot

Not just another dot

Kadena members receive Green Dot training
Fortification at its best Fortification at its best

Fortification at its best

Structures Airmen maintain building integrity

Kadena Air Base Slideshows:

About Kadena

Kadena Air Base is the hub of airpower in the Pacific, and home to the Air Force's largest combat wing -- the 18th Wing -- and a variety of associate units. Together they form "Team Kadena" -- a world-class combat team ready to fight and win from the Keystone of the Pacific. 

Nearly 18,000 Americans and more than 4,000 Japanese employees and contractors make up Team Kadena. The base's estimated economic impact upon Okinawa's economy is more than $700 million annually.