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NAF Atsugi American Festival & Bonodori 2014 July 12, 2014 - Jun Tanaka, of Commander, Naval Forces Japan Fire and Emergency Services, throws to 3rd base during a one-pitch softball game against Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force Fire Department at the 3rd Annual Friendship Firefighter Softball Tournament held at Ranger Field. The tournament was a way to recognize the dedication of the installation's and local cities' firefighters and to further build relationships amongst each other outside of their normal duties. (U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Kegan E. Kay/Released) July 14, 2014 - Logistics Specialist 1st Class Jeffery Nelson, of Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi's Aircraft Intermediate Maintenance Department (AIMD), reviews documents during a Navy Enlisted Classification (NEC) Aviation Maintenance Administration and Management Training class. Nelson was one of two students in the course learning to help better U.S. Navy logistics operations and forecast command requirements and needs. (U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Ryan G. Greene/Released) July 15, 2014 - A MV-22 Osprey lands at Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi's flightline as part of a brief refueling stop in route to Combined Arms Training Center Camp Fuji. This is the first time a MV-22 Osprey has operated at NAF Atsugi since the aircraft has been forward deployed to U.S. Forces Japan area of responsibility. The Osprey is a U.S.-Japan alliance asset, enhancing the US ability to assist in the defense of Japan as well as to respond to natural disasters.  (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Kegan E. Kay)

Installation Information

Naval Air Facility Atsugi enables maximum mission readiness of our tenant commands and activities by providing the highest quality installation services, facilities support and quality of life programs.

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NAF Atsugi Community News and Announcements 2014

        Latest story
        NAF Atsugi Welcomes Trouble During NEO Drill by MC2 Kegan Kay 
        American and Japanese Leadership prepare for Bon Odori Festival by MC3 Ryan Greene
        From NAF Atsugi Safety Office
        Friday, July 18th, the Local Hazards/Drivers License Course will be cancelled due to afternoon pest spraying. Normal class will resume the following Friday, July 25th. Questions, please call the License Office at 264-3794.

        Important Notice
        In a note June 3, Rear Adm. Kraft talked about his region-wide goal to enhance Wi-Fi and internet services on our installations by expanding access and increasing bandwidth. To help him make this goal a reality, please follow this link and complete a short Wi-Fi and Internet survey.

        Open Base Event Information
        NAF Atsugi American Festival and Bonodori 2014 is scheduled on August 16 (Sat) from 2 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.  See more details...

Enter from the main gate only.  Use public transportation as no parking is available on base. Strictly no parking in the surrounding neighborhood. Guests ages 16 and above must show either a valid driver's license with permanent address, passport, or ju-ki-net card with photo.  Guests holding other than U.S. or Japanese citizenship may be denied entry.  Guests 15 and below must be escorted by guardians.  No pets, bottles or flammables allowed.  Please cooperate fully with base security as you enter the gate.

正門より徒歩のみでの入場となります。公共の交通機関をご利用下さい。相模大塚駅よりバス5分、「飛行場正門前」下車。近隣地域、店舗駐車場等の駐車は厳禁。 ペットを連れてのご入場や、瓶類、火気類の持込も厳禁です。入門に際して16歳以上の方は国籍が分かる写真付公的身分証明書(住基ネットカード、パスポート、本籍が記載された運転免許証、住民票・記載印字表+本籍記載がない免許証)が必要です。16歳未満の場合は保護者の同伴が必要です。なお、日米両国以外の国籍の方は入場をお断りする場合があります。入場の際に行われる手荷物検査にご協力願います。                    

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