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•   James R. Swalley  11/24
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•   John L. Knapp  10/11
•   Eric Grape  10/10
•   Chris Andrews (Apg)  10/2
•   Anthony Pilotti  9/29
•   Randy Bloomfield  9/28
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•   Herbert Burgess (Eng)  8/27
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18 live in Alabama
2 live in Alaska
44 live in Arizona
18 live in Arkansas
2 live in Armed Forces Europe
3 live in Armed Forces Pacific
153 live in California
22 live in Colorado
11 live in Connecticut
17 live in Delaware
112 live in Florida
47 live in Georgia
12 live in Hawaii
6 live in Idaho
36 live in Illinois
28 live in Indiana
9 live in Iowa
12 live in Kansas
16 live in Kentucky
10 live in Louisiana
8 live in Maine
18 live in Maryland
18 live in Massachusetts
29 live in Michigan
17 live in Minnesota
8 live in Mississippi
26 live in Missouri
3 live in Montana
6 live in Nebraska
21 live in Nevada
9 live in New Hampshire
21 live in New Jersey
16 live in New Mexico
43 live in New York
35 live in North Carolina
3 live in North Dakota
39 live in Ohio
24 live in Oklahoma
20 live in Oregon
38 live in Pennsylvania
1 lives in Puerto Rico
4 live in Rhode Island
43 live in South Carolina
6 live in South Dakota
23 live in Tennessee
102 live in Texas
5 live in Utah
1 lives in Vermont
34 live in Virginia
32 live in Washington
7 live in West Virginia
21 live in Wisconsin
1 lives in British Columbia
1 lives in Costa Rica
1 lives in Guatemala
1 lives in Israel
1 lives in Italy
5 live in Japan
2 live in Thailand
1 lives in United Kingdom
1 lives in Viet Nam
61 location unknown
532 are deceased


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Percentage of Joined 610 MASS Alumni: 45.1%

A:   612   Joined
B:   745   Not Joined
(totals do not include deceased)

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This website is dedicated to all personnel who served in the 610 MASS at Yokota AB, Japan.  Please join us by filling out your profile so that you can gain access to the complete website. We're in the process of building this site for you to visit and enjoy so please be patient as we develop it and come back often to look for new updates.


The 610th Military Airlift Support Squadron (MASS) was activated on 8 April 1966 and deactivated on 1 October 1978. Its mission was to provide direct support to the Far East which included Vietnam , Japan and Korea. It handled approximately 126,000 passengers and 16,000 tons of cargo a month. (Ref: Stars & Stripes 07/23/69) It also earned six Air Force Outstanding Unit Awards.

Our members were very proud to support the air evacuations of the wounded from Vietnam, many of which had been wounded only hours before being evacuated. It was also a great honor to support the aircraft bringing back the brave members of the military who had given their lives. All of our members supported these missions tirelessly, in many different ways, and would do what ever it took to see that they were successfully accomplished. 

Go to your profile and indicate if you’re thinking about attending next year’s reunion or not. It will give us a rough estimate on the number of members planning to attend.


We now have copies (150 weeks) of the 1969 through 1971 weekly Afterburner & FUJI FLYER Yokota base newspapers available for you to look at. Sign in and look at “More Information” on the left side of this page for information on how to access them. 

Ever wonder about the history of Yokota. Here's a link to the Wikipedia article on Yokota AB:

  smileysmileycool Over 410 610 MASS folks are on our Facebook page. You can find us @ Friends of 610MASS (Yokota AB Japan) This is the link. Join us.

We need your help in locating other members of the 610 MASS. We've added a page on the left hand side titled "HELP US FIND THEM." It has partial information on members. We need additional information on. See if you can help us.


If you ever get a chance to visit the National Museum of the United States Air Force at Wright-Patterson AF Base in Dayton, Ohio be sure to take a look at our plaque, see above, which was dedicated on September 28, 2005.  It's located in the Memorial Park on Wall #2-048. See picture below for the exact location. 
To see pictures of the dedication ceremony, go to "YOKOTA PICTURES" and you'll find the password needed to access the web site in the first paragraph. Then select this website 
and use the password to gain access

                610 MASS Alumni Association Members
Chairman & Reunion Coordinator
Vernon Habeck
PO Box 21
Plymouth, WI 53073
(920) 254-3393
Newsletter Publisher & Personnel Coordinator
None at this time.
Harold Mitchell (Mitch)
354 Sussex Circle
Vacaville, CA. 95687



William Barnes  12/7
Vernon Glenn  12/7
Enrico Lachmann  12/7
Dr. Neil Murray  12/7
Harry Pritchard  12/7
Larry Gilliam  12/8
Jack Mayson  12/8
Lawrence Morreira  12/8
Robert Bates  12/9
Allen Fisher  12/10
John Stokes  12/12
Charles Chase  12/15
Thomas Gillispie  12/16
William J. Hall  12/16
Benny D. (Ben) Polly  12/16
Allen Summers  12/16
William Wilson  12/16
Robert Austin  12/17
Michael Young  12/17
Stanley Baker (Baker)  12/18

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