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  • Bringing lightning to the fight

    KADENA AIR BASE, Japan – U.S. Marines and Airmen conducted the first ever joint forward area refueling point exercise involving the F-35B Lighting II June 26, at Kadena Air Base, Japan.

  • Getting the help you need

    Post-traumatic stress disorder might be considered by many a byproduct of war and participation in combat; however PTSD is not exclusive to military members, because it can affect civilians as well. Many people may not know it, but there is help readily available at Air Force hospitals and clinics

  • Corrosion Control

    Okinawa’s sub-tropical climate exposes airfield damage repair (ADR) assets to year-round rainfall, high humidity, thunderstorms and typhoons, placing Kadena in fourth place for the U.S. Air Force’s top bases for corrosive climates. With a $15 million ADR vehicle on the line, 18th Logistics

  • Kadena Airmen recognized for lifesaving actions

    Three Kadena Airmen were recognized for their decisive, life-saving actions Nov. 4. Senior Airman Brian Moore, 18th Logistics Readiness Squadron fuels fixed facilities operator, Staff Sgt. Matthew Meserve, 18th Security Forces Squadron patrolman, and Airman 1st Class Ethan Adams, 18th SFS