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Kinkade, Mark
November 2002
Airman;Nov2002, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p2
Relates experiences of the U.S. Air Force working with Japanese counterparts in Misawa Airbase, Japan. Adjustments in Asian and Western cultures in the Misawa base, Japan; Japan's strategic position in the Pacific region; U.S. presence and mission in Misawa. INSET: Misawa anchors Japan's defense.


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