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Karah Shindelar, Camp Adventure staff member, and a Japanese child show each other their paper cranes at the station’s School Age Care Center during the Minamigouchi and Kitagouchi Iwakuni city branches visit July 30, 2013. Along with other activities, Japanese children and parents taught American children how to build paper cranes. - Karah Shindelar, Camp Adventure staff member, and a Japanese child show each other their paper cranes at the station’s School Age Care Center during the Minamigouchi and Kitagouchi Iwakuni city branches visit July 30, 2013. Along with other activities, Japanese children and parents taught American children how to build paper cranes.

Yasunobu Asaeda, Club Iwakuni supervisor, washes a pan used to complete an order during a busy breakfast rush at Club Iwakuni at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, July 20, 2013. When the number of people working is low, Asaeda steps in to take care of miscellaneous tasks, such as washing dishes. - Yasunobu Asaeda, Club Iwakuni supervisor, washes a pan used to complete an order during a busy breakfast rush at Club Iwakuni at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, July 20, 2013. When the number of people working is low, Asaeda steps in to take care of miscellaneous tasks, such as washing dishes.

Mori Nobu, left, Club Iwakuni sous chef, walks with another chef as they check food preparation before serving it at a reception for Col. James C. Stewart, former station commanding officer, in the Club Iwakuni ballroom at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, July 12, 2013. Nobu has 13 years of experience at Club Iwakuni and is second-in-command of the kitchen. - Mori Nobu, left, Club Iwakuni sous chef, walks with another chef as they check food preparation before serving it at a reception for Col. James C. Stewart, former station commanding officer, in the Club Iwakuni ballroom at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, July 12, 2013. Nobu has 13 years of experience at Club Iwakuni and is second-in-command of the kitchen.

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