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Friendly neighborhood Single Marine Program - U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. China Keppler, a meteorological and oceanographic analyst forecaster with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, gives a speech to the volunteers of the Single Marine Program Day of Service clean-up at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, April 19, 2019. The Days of Service is a week-long event with multiple volunteer opportunities that culminates with the final day of the event, the Day of Service. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Kevin Alarcon)

MCAS Iwakuni residents volunteer in flood clean up - U.S. Marines and Sailors clean out damaged household items from a home during a volunteer event in Shuto Town, Iwakuni City, Japan, July 13, 2018. The volunteer event, organized by the Marine Corps Community Services Single Marine Program, provided service members with the opportunity to help local Japanese residents clean up and recover after the area was flooded by excessive rainfall. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Akeel Austin)

Service members volunteer, make difference in community - U.S. Marines and Sailors based out of Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, help dig a hole for a koi pond at You En, a special needs home in Hiroshima City, while on a Single Marine Program volunteer event, Sept. 15, 2017. The landscaping at the special-needs home consisted of digging holes for a future garden as well as a koi pond for the residents to enjoy walking through and watching it grow day-by-day. The event helped build relations between the service members and the Japanese community. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Stephen Campbell)

make a difference - A Single Marine Program (SMP) volunteer from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni scouts the beach for trash during an SMP Yuu Beach cleanup at Iwakuni City, Japan, Aug. 25, 2017. The event was an opportunity to demonstrate the willingness of service members to be respectful ambassadors and contribute to making Japan a better, cleaner place to live in. SMP conducts three volunteer events a month, including the Yuu Beach cleanup. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Jimenez)

Sgt. Susana Ramirez, a food service specialist with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, and her daughter Aaliyah, collect debris at Katazoe Beach on Oshima Island, Japan, during the Oshima Beach Cleanup Dec. 12, 2015. Approximately 90 volunteers helped with the cleanup organized by Marine Aircraft Group 12 Chaplain’s office and the Single Marine Program at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni. - Sgt. Susana Ramirez, a food service specialist with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, and her daughter Aaliyah, collect debris at Katazoe Beach on Oshima Island, Japan, during the Oshima Beach Cleanup Dec. 12, 2015. Approximately 90 volunteers helped with the cleanup organized by Marine Aircraft Group 12 Chaplain’s office and the Single Marine Program at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason McNeely, center, engineer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, and Lance Cpl. Billy McNair, aviation ordnance technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12, play racquetball during a Single Marine Program volunteer event at Kaihoku-En Children’s Home in Houfu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, Nov. 14, 2015. The children and 18 volunteers played ping pong, racquetball, monkey in the middle, arm wrestled, colored books, played house and played the piano. The children interacted and built relationships with the 18 service members during the visit. - Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason McNeely, center, engineer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, and Lance Cpl. Billy McNair, aviation ordnance technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12, play racquetball during a Single Marine Program volunteer event at Kaihoku-En Children’s Home in Houfu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, Nov. 14, 2015. The children and 18 volunteers played ping pong, racquetball, monkey in the middle, arm wrestled, colored books, played house and played the piano. The children interacted and built relationships with the 18 service members during the visit.

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