Tomodachi exercise unites US airmen, Japanese troops for disaster-prep practice at Yokota

The 374th Airlift Wing participated for the first time in Japan’s annual, nationwide Joint Bilateral Disaster Relief Exercise.

S. Korea focuses 'emergency' coronavirus efforts on Daegu, city home to US Army garrison

Cases of the new virus swelled Friday in South Korea, and a city that's home to a U.S. Army garrison emerged as the focus of the government's containment effort.

Parking problem at Osan spurs leaders to train ordinary airmen to bust violators

Originally designed as a walking base, Osan’s shopping, dining, and entertainment facilities are centralized with limited parking available. Drivers often resort to parking in spots designated for senior leaders.

US Army Japan says seven aboard Yokohama cruise ship will undergo additional quarantine at home

Seven SOFA members were aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship, which kept passengers in Yokohama Bay after one contracted coronavirus.

Security forces leaders fired at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam for fostering toxic work environment

Lt. Col. Christopher Robinson and Chief Master Sgt. Justin Crockett of the 647th Security Forces Squadron were “relieved following an investigation which revealed failures in leadership that led to a toxic work environment,” according to a statement.

South Korea reports first virus death as Daegu struggles to contain outbreak

The city of Daegu, which is home to a U.S. Army garrison, urged residents to stay home as the city of 2.5 million people and surrounding areas struggled to contain an outbreak of the pneumonia-like disease.

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