米海兵隊岩国航空基地

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台風シーズンに関する注意事項(2015年)

6月1日から11月30日までの間、岩国基地は台風シーズンに入ります。岩国基地に勤務する皆さんは下記の資料を必ず一読してください。

2015年トロピカルサイクロンについての注意書き(PDF、2.8MB)

Photo by Lance Cpl. Nicole Zurbrugg .
Service members bond with Japanese students
Pfc. Makayla Whitney, a postal clerk with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron based aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, shows students at Josho Hoikuen School in Iwakuni City, how to play duck, duck, goose during a community relations event hosted by the Marine Memorial Chapel, Aug. 11, 2015. Service members commit to building positive relationships with the local community by participating in these events.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Nicole Zurbrugg.
MCAS Iwakuni Boy Scouts experience 23rd World Scout Jamboree
Scouts, residents from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, and jamboree participants observe unique attractions from various countries at the 23rd World Scout Jamboree in Kirara-hama, Yamaguchi, Japan, August 1, 2015. Each country in attendance had a booth displaying traditional clothing and other cultural items, and scout paraphernalia.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Nicole Zurbrugg.
Station volunteers teach English at local Japanese school
Students from Midoro Hoikuen School in Iwakuni City, Japan, listen as Lance Cpl. Justin Glandon-Hall, a broadcast journalist with American Forces Network aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, counts to 10, July 30, 2015. Glandon-Hall is assigned to Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, MCAS Iwakuni. Service members from the air station taught students English during a community relations (COMRELS) visit to the school. COMRELS provide an opportunity for American and Japanese cultures to be mutually shared and respected.
Photo by Cpl. Jessica Quezada.
Station residents learn to cook Oriental dishes
Karalia, LNAME, OF, mixes diced garlic and ground pork to make Shumai during a Japanese Cooking Class at Fukushi Kaikan in Iwakuni City, Japan, July 24, 2015. Coordinated by the Cultural Adaption Program aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, guests learned how to make oriental dishes such as the Chinese pork dumpling, seaweed soup and fried rice.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Nicole Zurbrugg.
Japanese kindergarten class celebrates last day at IronWorks pool
Students from Kawashimo Yochien in Iwakuni City, celebrate their last day at the IronWorks pool aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, July 21, 2015. The Japanese senior kindergarten class visited the pool six times this July as part of an annual tradition. When weather permits, the children and teachers use the station outdoor pool, but due to inclement weather on the last pool day, guests moved to the indoor pool.
Photo by Sgt. Antonio J. Rubio.
Iwakuni city assembly members visit MCAS Futenma
Lt. Col. James Hurd, executive officer for Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Japan, poses for a group photo with Toshiyuki Kuwabara, center, chairman of the Iwakuni City Council, and other members of the council during a visit to the station to conduct a study tour, July 16, 2015. Chugoku Shikoku Defense Bureau officials, Okinawa Defense Bureau officials and Ginowan City Council members also visited MCAS Futenma to help deepen the their understanding on national security here, and the mission of MCAS Futenma in support of III Marine Expeditionary Force’s aviation warfighting capabilities.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr.
MCAS Iwakuni honors retiring Japanese contractors
Station residents and retirees gathered inside Club Iwakuni aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, for a retirement ceremony June 25, 2014. At the ceremony, only 15 retirees attended to receive certificates of appreciation, but in total the ceremony honored 39 retirees coming from a variety of departments within the station. This ceremony is held annually to honor all of the Japanese contractors retiring within the year and to show the station’s appreciation for their faithful service.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr.
Iwakuni City mayor shows appreciation towards air station service members
Sgt. Carlos Notarianni, left, the representative for VMGR-152, Lance Cpl. Adam Gordy, middle, the representative for H&HS, and Yoshihiko Fukuda, right, mayor of Iwakuni City, pose for a picture after their meeting at city hall June 3, 2015. The representatives went to city hall to report to the mayor after receiving awards from the Japan Good Deeds Association during their 65th Spring Commendation Ceremony in May. H&HS and VMGR-152 received the awards for assisting the local community whose homes were affected by a mudslide in August 2014.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr.
MCAS service members recognized for assistance after Typhoon Halong
Representatives from South Korea and Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, take the stage to receive their awards from the Japan Good Deeds Association during their 65th Spring Commendation Ceremony at the Meiji Jingu Gathering Hall in Tokyo, Japan, May 23, 2015. The Good Deeds Association is an organization that recognizes people or groups for they’re good conduct in support of the Japanese community. The association recognized service members with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron and Marine Aerial Transport Refueler Squadron 152 aboard MCAS Iwakuni for their assistance with the Iwakuni City Volunteer Council in August 2014, after a mudslide caused by Typhoon Halong.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr.
Sailor aboard MCAS Iwakuni saves life of Road Race participant
Navy Lt. Nathan Hemerly, a family medicine doctor at the Robert M. Casey Medical and Dental Clinic, and Akehiko Date, chairmen at the General Incorporated Association Iwakuni City Sports Association, pose for a picture after Date presented Hemerly with a certificate of appreciation at the City Hall in Iwakuni City, Japan, May 12, 2015. After participating in the 9th annual Kintaikyo Road Race in Iwakuni City, Hemerly performed CPR, with the help of a local Japanese nurse, on another run participant who fell and became unconscious during the race. “I was just doing what I thought was the right thing to do, I wasn’t looking for any attention,” said Hemerly.
Photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr.
Nurses aboard MCAS Iwakuni celebrate Nurse’s Week
Nurses from Robert M. Casey Medical and Dental Clinic, Iwakuni Clinical Care, JA Hiroshima General Hospital and Medical Hospital Iwakuni Byoin pose for a picture during a Nurse’s Week dinner social at the Club Iwakuni Ballroom aboard MCAS Iwakuni, Japan, May 11, 2015. Branch Health Clinic celebrated Nurse’s Week for the first time, May 6-13, aboard station. Throughout the week, nurses from BHC came together for a series of events to celebrate a week that recognizes the importance and hard work that they do.
Photo by Cpl. Jessica Quezada.
MCAS Iwakuni residents experience Tea Harvesting
Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, residents pick green tea leaves during a Cultural Adaption Program tea harvesting event in Iwakuni City, May 7, 2015. During the visit to Hirose-Iwakuni High School, students, guests and even elders from a local nursing home picked 37 pounds of green tea leaves that will be fanned, steamed cooled, pressed, rolled and dried for everyone’s enjoyment.
Design by Lance Cpl. Alissa P. Schuning.
MCAS Iwakuni Flickr Page
Check out the Official MCAS Iwakuni's Flickr page to view photos of the units and residents aboard station.
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2015年夏号(Vol.20)

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