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Children from the Yahata Gakuen Children’s Home swim with Marines and sailors from Marine Wing Support Squadron 171 during a community relations event at the WaterWorks outdoor pool, June 30, 2013. The children whirled and splashed about in the pool with servicemembers to cool off from the activities that were played in the hot, humid weather earlier in the day. - Children from the Yahata Gakuen Children’s Home swim with Marines and sailors from Marine Wing Support Squadron 171 during a community relations event at the WaterWorks outdoor pool, June 30, 2013. The children whirled and splashed about in the pool with servicemembers to cool off from the activities that were played in the hot, humid weather earlier in the day.

Lt. Col. Mike Carriero, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni S-1 and manpower director, cuts the cake after a retirement ceremony for local national employees at the Landing Zone inside Club Iwakuni, June 26, 2013. Eight local national employees received certificates for their commitment to service during the ceremony. - Lt. Col. Mike Carriero, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni S-1 and manpower director, cuts the cake after a retirement ceremony for local national employees at the Landing Zone inside Club Iwakuni, June 26, 2013. Eight local national employees received certificates for their commitment to service during the ceremony.

Kaori Nohara, a Club Iwakuni chef, uses a piping bag to make roses to decorate a birthday cake for a customer at Club Iwakuni, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, June 21, 2013. Nohara has been baking for nearly eight of the 13 years she has worked at the club. - Kaori Nohara, a Club Iwakuni chef, uses a piping bag to make roses to decorate a birthday cake for a customer at Club Iwakuni, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, June 21, 2013. Nohara has been baking for nearly eight of the 13 years she has worked at the club.

Rice-planting event participants plant nae, or young rice plants, during the event, which took place June 8, 2013. Per demonstration, planters took approximately three seeds of rice for each spot. Each person then placed their seeds at designated locations, marked by red ribbons on a guiding string. - Rice-planting event participants plant nae, or young rice plants, during the event, which took place June 8, 2013. Per demonstration, planters took approximately three seeds of rice for each spot. Each person then placed their seeds at designated locations, marked by red ribbons on a guiding string.

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