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Department of the Air Force
Air Force Aid Society (AFAS)
Airman and Family Readiness Center
Yokota AB (Fussa) Japan 197-0001
If you need emergency assistance, you can expect to get help from your installation, your branch of service resources. There are programs to support you in a variety of situations, including victim assistance, emergencies en route and service-specific relief societies. Below, you’ll find types of assistance, contact information, and detailed procedures and guidance to help you through any tough circumstances that you or your family may face.
For immediate emergency assistance, please call the military police at 011-81-3117-55-7227.
The military police DSN is: 315-225-7227.
You may also contact the emergency Sexual Assault Prevention and Response number at 090-3138-7250
Hotline DSN: 315-225-7272
If an emergency occurs while you are in transit, the American Red Cross and the Air Force Aid Society are available for emergency assistance.
The Yokota American Red Cross can be reached by calling DSN 315-225-7522 or 877-272-7337 (24 hour call center).
The Air Force Aid Society can be reached by contacting a representative on any Air Force installation or any military installation if there are no Air Force bases nearby. All the military services and the American Red Cross have reciprocal agreements with the Air Force Aid Society to help military members and their dependents in emergency situations. The American Red Cross, the Air Force Aid Office and Civilian Personnel are available to offer emergency assistance.
Please call the Airman and Family Readiness Center at DSN 315-225-8725 for more information.
Carry your important documents orders, passport, travelers checks, last leave and earning statement, etc. with you and not packed in your luggage or in your household goods.
"Effective immediately, eligible family members and DoD Civilians on official travel (TDY/PCS) are required to apply for a Special Issuance Passport (Official Gov’t or Diplomatic passport) and carry a memorandum signed by the passport agent confirming the submission of the passport application. Effective 1 Oct 21, affected members are required to carry the SIP (no exception).”
Write down the telephone numbers for your relatives, your sponsor (both DSN and commercial), your gaining unit Command Support Staff and the command post here at Yokota: DSN 315-225-2536 or 315-225-3740, or when calling from off-base in Japan 042-552-2511, then 5-2536 or 5-2537 or Comm 011-81-3117-5X-XXXX.
Keep these numbers with you, they are valuable in case of an emergency.
No matter how well you plan, emergencies happen.
United Service Organization
Most major airports have a United Service Organization lounge.
The USO lounge provides an area where military members and their family can rest, have coffee, sandwiches, doughnuts or use the telephone.
(Unsolicited Plug: The USO in SeaTac Airport is probably one of the best that you'll encounter anywhere in the world - visit them if you're laying over at SeaTac prior to coming on the Patriot Express to Japan. They have hot showers!) USO YOKOTA can be reached via telephone at DSN 315-225-6947.