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An Iwakuni City Shirasaki Shrine priest walks to her seat during the purification and blessing of the Iwakuni Kintaikyo Airport ground breaking ceremony here Nov. 25. The priests asked the Shinto God and local guardian spirits to bless and protect the construction workers as they build the new air terminal. - An Iwakuni City Shirasaki Shrine priest walks to her seat during the purification and blessing of the Iwakuni Kintaikyo Airport ground breaking ceremony here Nov. 25. The priests asked the Shinto God and local guardian spirits to bless and protect the construction workers as they build the new air terminal.

Juri Tanabe, 8, a member of the Shunan International Children’s Club, Children Dance Division, performs a Japanese dance in the gymnasium at the Mathew C. Perry Elementary School here Nov. 23. The Japanese peformers came to visit as a way of saying thank you for the support the school gave during operation Tomodachi. - Juri Tanabe, 8, a member of the Shunan International Children’s Club, Children Dance Division, performs a Japanese dance in the gymnasium at the Mathew C. Perry Elementary School here Nov. 23. The Japanese peformers came to visit as a way of saying thank you for the support the school gave during operation Tomodachi.

Lance Cpl. Julias Hall, volunteer samurai, exchanges his kitana for a local japanese child’s balloon sword during the samurai stage performance of the 22nd Kuragake Castle Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni City, Nov. 20. Event coordinators and local volunteers appreciated the Marines taking time out of their weekend to help reflect on such an important part of the local history. - Lance Cpl. Julias Hall, volunteer samurai, exchanges his kitana for a local japanese child’s balloon sword during the samurai stage performance of the 22nd Kuragake Castle Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni City, Nov. 20. Event coordinators and local volunteers appreciated the Marines taking time out of their weekend to help reflect on such an important part of the local history.

Cpl. Matthew L. E. Doyle, Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12 community relations coordinator, escorts Machiko Hamamoto, Honorary Marine recipient, during an award ceremony at the Strike Fighter Squadron 94 hangar here Tuesday. The title of Honorary Marine is an award bestowed on civilians who have made extraordinary contributions to the Marine Corps. The award is approved solely by the Commandant of the Marine Corps. Hamamoto, 82, has spent 43 years working alongside Marines, organizing cleanup and community relations projects. She also collects Christmas gifts for local handicapped children and for children at Shobara Sakura Gakuen orphanage. Her helping hand has reached even to the U.S. She received an American Red Cross certificate of appreciation for her role in delivering Red Cross services after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake near San Francisco. - Cpl. Matthew L. E. Doyle, Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12 community relations coordinator, escorts Machiko Hamamoto, Honorary Marine recipient, during an award ceremony at the Strike Fighter Squadron 94 hangar here Tuesday. The title of Honorary Marine is an award bestowed on civilians who have made extraordinary contributions to the Marine Corps. The award is approved solely by the Commandant of the Marine Corps. Hamamoto, 82, has spent 43 years working alongside Marines, organizing cleanup and community relations projects. She also collects Christmas gifts for local handicapped children and for children at Shobara Sakura Gakuen orphanage. Her helping hand has reached even to the U.S. She received an American Red Cross certificate of appreciation for her role in delivering Red Cross services after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake near San Francisco.

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