Briefs: Group seeks vets of Misawa’s Security Hill
If you served with the U.S. Air Force Security Service at Misawa Air Base, Japan, someone is looking for you.
Helen Johns Henderson of St. Augustine, Fla., a former Russian language specialist on Misawa’s Security Hill, continues to gather names of security services personnel for a Web site she launched nearly seven years ago to put old friends and colleagues in touch with each other.
The MyFamily.com Web site has grown from 500 members to 2,780. The group is composed primarily of former intelligence specialists, but also includes personnel from maintenance, administration, security police, logistics and others, according to U.S. Air Force retiree Joe Soboul.
The Web site project was expanded to include all those who have served on Security Hill, but the focus is on those who were part of the security service years from 1949 to 1979. Security service was redesignated as the electronic security command in 1979, according to Soboul.
To become a member of the Web site, contact Henderson at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call her at 904-829-9235.
Lovesick Radio to rock at Yokota Enlisted ClubYOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — The alternative rock band Lovesick Radio will perform at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Yokota Enlisted Club’s Spectrum Lounge.
Admission is free but open to adults only. Call DSN 227-8820 for more information.
Youth fashion show set for YokotaYOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — A youth fashion show is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at Yokota’s Taiyo Recreation Center.
The latest summer fashions will be on display during the free event.
For more information, contact the Taiyo Recreation Center at DSN 225-6955.