The U.S. military is urging its personnel in Japan to call pest control if they spot Asian giant hornets.
Yokota Air Base
Some service members in Japan saw a welcome surprise in their paychecks Wednesday.
Tokyo officials detected the chemicals, commonly known as PFOS and PFOA, in two wells near Yokota Air Base.
U.S. military bases reported minimal damage after a full day hunkered down against record-breaking rain and strong wind.
Authorities urged U.S. military personnel and their families at bases on the Kanto Plain to stock up and sit tight.
The Air Force added a pair of special operations squadrons in Japan charged with flying and maintaining CV-22 Ospreys.
Master Sgt. Nicholas Vollweiler, 35, was stabbed to death with a knife at his home just outside Yokota's east gate.
Yokota Air Base and Camp Zama appeared to be the worst hit, despite the eye of the storm traveling closer to other bases.
Aircraft enthusiasts in Tokyo got a treat over the weekend with the arrival of some of America's most powerful jet fighters.
At the home of U.S. Forces Japan and 5th Air Force in Tokyo, prime parking is reserved for top military leaders at clubs.