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Okinawa teen golf idol fails to make cut at U.S. Ladies Open

Ai Miyazato played good, and bad, at the US Womenís Open Golf Championships. She didnít win--In fact, she failed to make the cut leading to the finals, which was ultimately won by South Koreaís Birdie Kim riding a 30-yard bunker shot on the final hole to win the championship.   Read More!


Thousands mark Battle of Okinawa 60th Anniversary

They all came. Rich and poor, national leaders and commoners, gathered in Itoman to pay homage to the tens of thousands who died during 82 bloody days of battle as Japan fought the final fight of World War II.   Read More!


American restaurant to honor U.S. servicemen with specials

An American restaurant chain operating in Okinawa is offering specials at three of its units near the bases. Samís Restaurants is celebrating itís 35th anniversary, which happens to coincide with Americaís Independence Day.   Read More!


Japanese officer candidates learn from Marine Corps

CAMP SCHWAB, OKINAWA, Japan ó Marines with 4th Marine Regiment welcomed more than 50 Japan Air Self Defense Force cadets as part of the Japanese Observer Exchange Program held here June 1 in order to familiarize the cadets with the mission, history and equipment of the Marine Corps. The exchange provided a platform for cultural and professional interaction between the Marine Corps and the Japan Self Defense Forces.   Read More!

American Ambassador to Japan visits Okinawa

CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japanó During a recent visit to Okinawa, the US Ambassador to Japan, John T Schieffer, sat down with local, internal media here June 17, to answer questions on the future of US military in Okinawa and to comment on the relationship between US troops and Okinawans. Schieffer began the press conference with a message to troops from President George W.   Read More!

Service members recognized for contributions to community

NAHA, OKINAWA, Japan ó Third Transportation Support Battalion, 3rd Force Service Support Group and Battalion Aid Station, Combat Assault Battalion, 3rd Marine Division were recognized by the Japan Good Conduct Associationís Okinawa chapter for their contributions to the local community in a ceremony here June 11. Marines and sailors from both units were recognized along with several local organizations.   Read More!

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