#1084CU F-16C Fighting Falcon

F-16C Fighting Falcon
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43.8 cm x 29.2 cm
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F-16C Fighting Falcon
91-0357 '35FW'
35 FW
Misawa AB, Japan
US - Air Force
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Squadron Prints Lithograph No. 1084CU - F-16CJ Fighting Falcon, 91-0357, 35th Fighter Wing, Misawa Air Base, Japan. Misawa Air Base (IATA: MSJ, ICAO: RJSM) is a United States military facility located 3 NM (5.6 km; 3.5 mi) northeast of the railway station in Misawa, 3 mi (4.8 km) west of the Pacific Ocean, 10 mi (16 km) northeast of Towada, 18 mi (29 km) northwest of Hachinohe, and 425 mi (684 km) north of Tokyo, in Aomori Prefecture, in the Tohoku region in the northern part of the island of Honshuof Japan. It is a Pacific Air Forces (PACAF) facility with the 35th Fighter Wing (35 FW) as its host unit. Misawa is the only combined, joint service installation in the western Pacific. It houses three U.S. military services (Army, Navy, and Air Force), as well as the Japan Air Self-Defense Forces (JASDF). The base is home to over 5,000 US military personnel, as well as 350 US civilian employees and 900 Japanese national employees. Misawa also supports civilian flights operated by Japan Airlines to Tokyo International Airport (Haneda) and Osaka International Airport (Itami), making it one of the few joint civilian-military airports in the U.S. defense grid. The Misawa Security Operations Center (MSOC), located in the northwestern part of the Air Base, is believed to be one of the largest ECHELON ground stations. The 35th Fighter Wing was redesignated and reassigned on October 1, 1994, when it was inactivated at Naval Air Station in Keflavik, Iceland, and reactivated the same day at Misawa where the wing assumed the missions and responsibilities previously performed by the 432nd Fighter Wing. The wing conducts daily F-16 flight training to maintain its combat readiness edge. Its pilots fly air-to-air weapons delivery exercises over water and sharpen their air-to-ground skills using the Draughon Gunnery Range located 12 miles north of Misawa. Four groups are assigned to the 35th Fighter Wing: the 35th Maintenance Group, 35th Mission Support Group, 35th Medical Group, and the 35th Operations Group.