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Engineer Marines build bridges for future, teach English to kids

CAMP HANSEN, Okinawa, Japan — Marines of 9th Engineer Support Battalion, 3rd Force Service Support Group, are known for their role in supporting combat operations, clearing the way and allowing Marines to get to where they need to be. They're well trained and they know the jobs they have to do.   Read More!


Marines and Okinawans enjoy cherry blossom festival

NAGO CITY, Okinawa, Japan — For many servicemembers, the anticipation of Spring brings thoughts of the last winter snowfall melting, the song of a robin in the early morning or opening day of Major League Baseball. For Okinawans, Spring begins earlier, as cherry blossom trees awaken from winter sleep, blossoming in vibrant pink with Japan's national flower.   Read More!

Marines continue work on Kin Town beautification project

CAMP HANSEN, Okinawa, Japan — Marines are known worldwide for accomplishing great feats under harsh conditions. In any environment, Marines will march for miles, assault any hill and overcome any obstacle.   Read More!


Marines form close relations local with community

OITA, Japan — "There is more to serving your country than simply wearing a uniform," said Sgt. Joseph B.   Read More!

SIMPLY ASHLEY Draws Teen Support on Valentine’s Day

Teens from everywhere came out in support of Simply Ashley's first annual Valentines party. The February 14th event marked the beginning of what organizers hope will become something teens will be proud to call their own.   Read More!

Intelligence Marines volunteer to help harvest sugar cane

ISHIKAWA, Okinawa, Japan — Marines of Ground Sensor Platoon, 3rd Intelligence Battalion, III Marine Expeditionary Force, volunteered to help the mentally handicapped students from the Reimei No Sato school harvest some of last year's sugar cane crop Feb. 5 in Ishikawa City.   Read More!

Marine visits grandfather, Fuji

YOKOHAMA, Japan — It all began on April 17, 1983 in Washington, D.C.   Read More!


RISA Soccer Saturday This Weekend

The Ryukyu International Soccer Association (RISA) is hosting it's first ever RISA SOCCER SATURDAY this coming SAT, FEB 28th from 10a-4p at the Camp Foster parade deck area. There will be youth soccer games, a referee clinic, a soccer 'swap meet' and a free hot-dogs! For more info, please contact Cece @623.   Read More!


Sanshin reflects soul of Okinawa

March 4 marks the Sanshin Day in Okinawa (3/4; san = three, shi = four). Often said as the embodiment of the soul of Okinawa, the sanshin is a plucked banjo-like instrument consisting of a long, black-lacquered ebony neck which pierces the top and bottom of an open frame-shaped body covered on both sides with snakeskin.   Read More!


Yuuraku is right place for hungry people

Tired of the traffic jams, high prices and crowds at all the usual restaurants, then, get into your car or hop into taxi and head to an original down-to-earth, clean and excellently priced restaurant in Samashita, Ginowan: "Yuuraku". Yuuraku is a family owned business that mixes authentic Chinese and Okinawan style dishes together, with a few secrets that have been handed down from past masters.   Read More!

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