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Marines participate in 29th annual Kuragake Festival - U.S. Marines and Japanese locals march in a parade during the annual Kuragake Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni City, Japan, Nov. 18, 2018. Iwakuni City held the 29th annual Kuragake Castle Festival and Samurai Parade to commemorate the great battle of faith in 1555. Five U.S. Marines from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni participated in the parade dressed in samurai costumes. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Mason Roy)

From left to right, Pfc. Jacob A. Farbo, combat photographer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Cpl. Carlos Cruz, mass communicator with H&HS, Lance Cpl. Nathan Wicks, mass communicator with H&HS, Sgt. Antonio Rubio, mass communicator with H&HS, and Sgt. Mitchell Flowers, combat camera production specialist with H&HS, march around town at the Kuragake Castle Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 22, 2015. The festival honors the local Kuga samurai who urged their castle lord to take a last stand against a much larger enemy force. After the reenactment, the samurai retired their armor and enjoyed the festival with the Japanese locals who afforded the Marines more opportunities to interact with the Kuga community. - From left to right, Pfc. Jacob A. Farbo, combat photographer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Cpl. Carlos Cruz, mass communicator with H&HS, Lance Cpl. Nathan Wicks, mass communicator with H&HS, Sgt. Antonio Rubio, mass communicator with H&HS, and Sgt. Mitchell Flowers, combat camera production specialist with H&HS, march around town at the Kuragake Castle Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 22, 2015. The festival honors the local Kuga samurai who urged their castle lord to take a last stand against a much larger enemy force. After the reenactment, the samurai retired their armor and enjoyed the festival with the Japanese locals who afforded the Marines more opportunities to interact with the Kuga community.

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