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Col. James C. Stewart, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni commanding officer, watches as Naoyuki Fakuuchi, Osaka Regional Civil Aviation Bureau director general, signs a document during the Local Implementation Agreement Signing Ceremony, which took place inside a conference room inside Building One here, Nov. 27, 2012. On Oct. 28, 2005, the Japan/United States Joint Committe agreed to allow civil aviation operations of four round-trip flights per day at MCAS Iwakuni. The next day, the Japan and United States Security and Consultative Committee approved recommendations for the development of facilities necesssary to support said civil aviation operations. - Col. James C. Stewart, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni commanding officer, watches as Naoyuki Fakuuchi, Osaka Regional Civil Aviation Bureau director general, signs a document during the Local Implementation Agreement Signing Ceremony, which took place inside a conference room inside Building One here, Nov. 27, 2012. On Oct. 28, 2005, the Japan/United States Joint Committe agreed to allow civil aviation operations of four round-trip flights per day at MCAS Iwakuni. The next day, the Japan and United States Security and Consultative Committee approved recommendations for the development of facilities necesssary to support said civil aviation operations.

Sgt. Maj. Steven Brown, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni sergeant major, stands on the finished replica of a Kintai Bridge arch at Sekido Storage Warehouse, Dec. 7, 2012. Patrons learned about the architecture of the bridge and applied the knowledge toward working together and completing the replica. - Sgt. Maj. Steven Brown, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni sergeant major, stands on the finished replica of a Kintai Bridge arch at Sekido Storage Warehouse, Dec. 7, 2012. Patrons learned about the architecture of the bridge and applied the knowledge toward working together and completing the replica.

Gary Bernhard, Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242 family readiness officer, presents Miyuki Gray, Japanese Lifestyle Insights, Networking, Knowledge, and Skills trainer, a certificate of appreciation for her volunteer work at the Marine Corps Family Team Building, Dec. 17, 2012. Gray received the award helping supply an American spouse with a Japanese translator to find a daycare in town. Gray volunteers her time away from work to ensure that Japanese spouses are comfortable adapting to a military lifestyle as well as an American one. - Gary Bernhard, Marine All-Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242 family readiness officer, presents Miyuki Gray, Japanese Lifestyle Insights, Networking, Knowledge, and Skills trainer, a certificate of appreciation for her volunteer work at the Marine Corps Family Team Building, Dec. 17, 2012. Gray received the award helping supply an American spouse with a Japanese translator to find a daycare in town. Gray volunteers her time away from work to ensure that Japanese spouses are comfortable adapting to a military lifestyle as well as an American one.

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