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Yuki Kintanaka, a student at Bunkyo Women’s University in Hiroshima, Japan, performs a traditional dance for Matthew C. Perry High School students at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Nov. 23, 2015. Bunkyo Women’s University students visited the station to learn about American culture as well as teach the American students a little about their own. School trips like this help the bond between Japan and the U.S. grow stronger. - Yuki Kintanaka, a student at Bunkyo Women’s University in Hiroshima, Japan, performs a traditional dance for Matthew C. Perry High School students at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Nov. 23, 2015. Bunkyo Women’s University students visited the station to learn about American culture as well as teach the American students a little about their own. School trips like this help the bond between Japan and the U.S. grow stronger.

From left to right, Pfc. Jacob A. Farbo, combat photographer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Cpl. Carlos Cruz, mass communicator with H&HS, Lance Cpl. Nathan Wicks, mass communicator with H&HS, Sgt. Antonio Rubio, mass communicator with H&HS, and Sgt. Mitchell Flowers, combat camera production specialist with H&HS, march around town at the Kuragake Castle Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 22, 2015. The festival honors the local Kuga samurai who urged their castle lord to take a last stand against a much larger enemy force. After the reenactment, the samurai retired their armor and enjoyed the festival with the Japanese locals who afforded the Marines more opportunities to interact with the Kuga community. - From left to right, Pfc. Jacob A. Farbo, combat photographer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, Cpl. Carlos Cruz, mass communicator with H&HS, Lance Cpl. Nathan Wicks, mass communicator with H&HS, Sgt. Antonio Rubio, mass communicator with H&HS, and Sgt. Mitchell Flowers, combat camera production specialist with H&HS, march around town at the Kuragake Castle Festival in Kuga, Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 22, 2015. The festival honors the local Kuga samurai who urged their castle lord to take a last stand against a much larger enemy force. After the reenactment, the samurai retired their armor and enjoyed the festival with the Japanese locals who afforded the Marines more opportunities to interact with the Kuga community.

Members of the Endangered Species Motorcycle Club pose by the gift box during the third-annual Toy Drive and Motorcycle Rally at the Marine Thrift Store Nov. 22, 2015, at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. Japanese motorcycle clubs, riders from the air station and station residents attended the event to donate toys for Japanese orphans and to participate in contests from best decorated bike to furthest traveled. - Members of the Endangered Species Motorcycle Club pose by the gift box during the third-annual Toy Drive and Motorcycle Rally at the Marine Thrift Store Nov. 22, 2015, at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan. Japanese motorcycle clubs, riders from the air station and station residents attended the event to donate toys for Japanese orphans and to participate in contests from best decorated bike to furthest traveled.

Fujimoto Toshifumi, owner of the Kaede Nursing Home in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan, greeted the National Honor Society students at the front door during their visit to the home, Nov. 17, 2015. Nineteen students visited the Kaede Nursing Home as a way to give back to the local community, experience a new culture and make new friends. Community relation events like this serve as an opportunity to strengthen the friendship between the station residents and the surrounding community. - Fujimoto Toshifumi, owner of the Kaede Nursing Home in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi, Japan, greeted the National Honor Society students at the front door during their visit to the home, Nov. 17, 2015. Nineteen students visited the Kaede Nursing Home as a way to give back to the local community, experience a new culture and make new friends. Community relation events like this serve as an opportunity to strengthen the friendship between the station residents and the surrounding community.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason McNeely, center, engineer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, and Lance Cpl. Billy McNair, aviation ordnance technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12, play racquetball during a Single Marine Program volunteer event at Kaihoku-En Children’s Home in Houfu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, Nov. 14, 2015. The children and 18 volunteers played ping pong, racquetball, monkey in the middle, arm wrestled, colored books, played house and played the piano. The children interacted and built relationships with the 18 service members during the visit. - Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason McNeely, center, engineer with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, and Lance Cpl. Billy McNair, aviation ordnance technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 12, play racquetball during a Single Marine Program volunteer event at Kaihoku-En Children’s Home in Houfu City, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, Nov. 14, 2015. The children and 18 volunteers played ping pong, racquetball, monkey in the middle, arm wrestled, colored books, played house and played the piano. The children interacted and built relationships with the 18 service members during the visit.

Makaiya Harris, first place winner of the advanced group, receives a gold medal at the 54th Annual Japanese and English Speech Contest at the Sinfonia Iwakuni in Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 8, 2015. Japanese contestants wrote their own speeches in English and American students delivered theirs in Japanese. The ultimate goal of the speech contest is to promote understanding and friendship between Americans and Japanese. - Makaiya Harris, first place winner of the advanced group, receives a gold medal at the 54th Annual Japanese and English Speech Contest at the Sinfonia Iwakuni in Iwakuni, Japan, Nov. 8, 2015. Japanese contestants wrote their own speeches in English and American students delivered theirs in Japanese. The ultimate goal of the speech contest is to promote understanding and friendship between Americans and Japanese.

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