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From left to right, Col. Robert V. Boucher, commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Maj. Gen. Juan G. Ayala, commander of Marine Corps Installations Command, Takafumi Fujii, director general of the Chugoku-Shikoku Defense Bureau, Brig. Gen. Steven Rudder, commanding general of 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, and Col. Hunter Hobson, commanding officer of Marine Aircraft Group 12, cut a ceremonial ribbon signifying the official opening of new facilities during the MAG-12 and Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12 ribbon cutting ceremony aboard station March 27, 2014. The Defense Policy Review Initiative built the new facilities as part of the ongoing construction focused on rebuilding 77 percent of the station. - From left to right, Col. Robert V. Boucher, commanding officer of Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Maj. Gen. Juan G. Ayala, commander of Marine Corps Installations Command, Takafumi Fujii, director general of the Chugoku-Shikoku Defense Bureau, Brig. Gen. Steven Rudder, commanding general of 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, and Col. Hunter Hobson, commanding officer of Marine Aircraft Group 12, cut a ceremonial ribbon signifying the official opening of new facilities during the MAG-12 and Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12 ribbon cutting ceremony aboard station March 27, 2014. The Defense Policy Review Initiative built the new facilities as part of the ongoing construction focused on rebuilding 77 percent of the station.

A member of the Fire Snake Theater, clad in a dragon costume, uses fireworks to portray the beast’s fire-breathing effect during the Kagura performance inside of the Matthew C. Perry High School cafeteria as part of the Japanese American Society Culture Festival, March 8, 2014 aboard, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. Performers depicted the mythological tale of Yamata-no-Orochi, an eight-headed and eight-tailed serpent. - A member of the Fire Snake Theater, clad in a dragon costume, uses fireworks to portray the beast’s fire-breathing effect during the Kagura performance inside of the Matthew C. Perry High School cafeteria as part of the Japanese American Society Culture Festival, March 8, 2014 aboard, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. Performers depicted the mythological tale of Yamata-no-Orochi, an eight-headed and eight-tailed serpent.

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