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Operation Tomodachi

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan -- Cailee Dziamski, a Red Cross volunteer, plays with a baby before leaving the Enlisted Club for a voluntary assisted departure, March 22 2011. The Department of State approved the voluntary authorized departure for eligible family members until the situation in Japan has resolved.

(U.S. Air Force photo/Master Sgt. Jeromy K. Cross)


Sometimes Creations and Collectibles are made in other ways.

Using different media.

Against a canvas of disaster, Cailee is using the brush of human kindness.

Her palette is comprised of cheer, smiles and a helping hand.

Here, she Creates Collectible memories for herself and others

 as she assists in the voluntary evacuation of U.S. military families

 from Japan due to the recent 9.0 earthquake and the

resulting tsunami and radiation disasters that followed.



     Cailee Dziamski

This is our daughter Cailee. She married Chad Dziamski. In July 2008, She joined her husband Chad who was

deployed to Yokota Air Force Base in Japan, just 35 miles west of Tokyo. After a short time, Cailee joined up

with the American Red Cross and volunteered her talents, especially her great writing and organizational skills.

She then became a Red Cross disaster coordinator and in March 2011 was promoted to disaster chair for her



Previously, she was awarded the  374th Air Wing Volunteer of the Quarter for 2010.


She was kept quite busy accumulating data and making recommendations in preparation for any possible disaster.


Due to the recent 9.0 earthquake and resulting disasters that have occurred, she was able to employ those skills.


Cailee will carry and treasure all of the memories that she has Collected from her experiences there,  for a lifetime.


We are proud of her efforts, diligence, success, and her assistance to those in Japan that have been adversely affected by this natural tragedy.



Deb - 03/30/11


 374th Air Wing Volunteer of the Quarter for 2010.

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American Red Cross thanks Yokota volunteers with free lunch.  04/18/2011