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Community

OIWC gives donations to local organizations

The Island's leading International women's organization wrapped up Its season by making donations to volunteer and non-profit organizations doing charity work both on the Island and overseas. The Okinawa International Women's Club made the presentations during Its final luncheon of the year two weeks ago.   Read More!

Entertainment

Kinserfest Resceduled!

Kinserfest has been rescheduled for Saturday and Sunday, August 7th and 8th. Saturday, August 7, 3 p.   Read More!

Health

Sometimes seeing is believing

CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japan — After completing a six-week close-combat training course on Okinawa, two Marines with 1st Marine Division en route to Iraq made an emergency visit to the eye clinic at U.S.   Read More!

Marines participate in offering to the gods of the sea

HENOKO, OKINAWA, Japan — The verbal commands of ‘Stroke, stroke, stroke’ echoed through the air in rhythm with the sound of beating drums during the 103rd Annual Hari Dragon Boat Races at Matsuda-no Hama Beach here May 30. Eight teams of Marines and sailors from Camp Schwab and Camp Hansen participated in the sea-faring event, paddling to stay afloat against a strong field of local competitors.   Read More!

Service members learn ancient discipline

CAMP HANSEN, OKINAWA, Japan — The sound of cracking sticks filled the room as opponents sparred to enhance their fighting ability through the art of Filipino stick fighting at The House of Pain gym here June 2. More than 2,000 years old, the martial art originated in the Philippines and is still a thriving form of tactical fighting that teaches students how to end a fight quickly, explained Filipino stick fighting instructor Romy S.   Read More!

Travel

U.S. Troops visit Thai children during Cobra Gold

RAYONG, Thailand — A group of 36 US service members took a break from their military training here last month to visit the Thai children of the Eastern Child Welfare Protection Institution. More than 4,000 Okinawa-based Marines were in Thailand last month for Exercise Cobra Gold ’04, the largest exercise involving U.   Read More!

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