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U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John L. Dolan, commander of U.S. Forces Japan and 5th Air Force, right, and Rear Adm. Naoki Sonoda, commander of Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Fleet Air Wing 31, left, say their goodbyes at the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force hangar, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Sept. 29, 2015. Dolan set aside time during his brief stop at the station to reconnect with the JMSDF service members who rescued him after an aircraft collision almost two decades ago. Dolan ejected from his F-16, 630 nautical miles away from Tokyo into the Pacific Ocean, where he was saved almost five hours later by the Japanese aircraft rescue crew. - U.S. Air Force Lt. Gen. John L. Dolan, commander of U.S. Forces Japan and 5th Air Force, right, and Rear Adm. Naoki Sonoda, commander of Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, Fleet Air Wing 31, left, say their goodbyes at the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force hangar, Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Sept. 29, 2015. Dolan set aside time during his brief stop at the station to reconnect with the JMSDF service members who rescued him after an aircraft collision almost two decades ago. Dolan ejected from his F-16, 630 nautical miles away from Tokyo into the Pacific Ocean, where he was saved almost five hours later by the Japanese aircraft rescue crew.

Satie Sunazaki, a teacher at Kawashimo Preschool, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Prefeture, Japan, leads the children in a dance at Kawashimo Preschool Sept. 29, 2015. Service members from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni volunteered at the preschool to allow the children to learn about different cultures. This learning experience helps strenghten the bond between Americans and the Japanese. - Satie Sunazaki, a teacher at Kawashimo Preschool, Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Prefeture, Japan, leads the children in a dance at Kawashimo Preschool Sept. 29, 2015. Service members from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni volunteered at the preschool to allow the children to learn about different cultures. This learning experience helps strenghten the bond between Americans and the Japanese.

Japanese and American children, coaches and government officials pose for a picture the Japan-U.S. Friendship Kid's Soccer Event coordinated by the Chugoku-Shikoku Defense Bureau at the Suo-Oshima Town Athletics Track and Field in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, Sept. 27, 2015. Twenty-five children from the station, ages 7-10, integrated with 20 Japanese children from schools in the local area to learn about each other’s culture, do warm up drills and compete in a tournament. This soccer meet gave the opportunity for the children to interact, which helps strengthen the friendship between the Japanese and Americans. - Japanese and American children, coaches and government officials pose for a picture the Japan-U.S. Friendship Kid's Soccer Event coordinated by the Chugoku-Shikoku Defense Bureau at the Suo-Oshima Town Athletics Track and Field in Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan, Sept. 27, 2015. Twenty-five children from the station, ages 7-10, integrated with 20 Japanese children from schools in the local area to learn about each other’s culture, do warm up drills and compete in a tournament. This soccer meet gave the opportunity for the children to interact, which helps strengthen the friendship between the Japanese and Americans.

Mikie Watanabe, cultural adaption specialist with the cultural adaption program, speaks to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, residents during a trip to the annual Japanese Calligraphy Brush Festival, in Kumano, Hiroshima Prefecture, Sept. 23, 2015. Guests wandered through the brush decorated city, where they interacted with Japanese locals, practiced their calligraphy skills and enjoyed local cuisine. The cultural adaption program aboard station coordinated this event to provide service members and their families a chance to travel beyond the installations gates and experience the Japanese culture. - Mikie Watanabe, cultural adaption specialist with the cultural adaption program, speaks to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, residents during a trip to the annual Japanese Calligraphy Brush Festival, in Kumano, Hiroshima Prefecture, Sept. 23, 2015. Guests wandered through the brush decorated city, where they interacted with Japanese locals, practiced their calligraphy skills and enjoyed local cuisine. The cultural adaption program aboard station coordinated this event to provide service members and their families a chance to travel beyond the installations gates and experience the Japanese culture.

Dr. Suzanne Landrum, principal of Matthew C. Perry Elementary School, plays the drums with a local drum group, “Marifu Daiko”, during the Info Expo inside the Club Iwakuni Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Sept. 12, 2015. The group includes station residents and local Japanese drummers. The Info Expo provided an opportunity for station residents to familiarize themselves with services offered on and off base as well as travel, shopping, and cultural experiences available. - Dr. Suzanne Landrum, principal of Matthew C. Perry Elementary School, plays the drums with a local drum group, “Marifu Daiko”, during the Info Expo inside the Club Iwakuni Grand Ballroom aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Sept. 12, 2015. The group includes station residents and local Japanese drummers. The Info Expo provided an opportunity for station residents to familiarize themselves with services offered on and off base as well as travel, shopping, and cultural experiences available.

Sgt. Ryan Cipkar, left, and Lance Cpl. Miguel Avelar, center, dispose of trash as Lance Cpl. Miguel Moto holds the garbage bag open during a community relations event host by the Single Marine Program aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Sep. 4, 2015. Various organizations and tenant units aboard the air station foster the friendship between the U.S. and Japan by conducting these community relations events each year. Cipkar, from Steger, Ill., is a telephone person computer technician with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 3. Avelar, San Bernardino, Calif., and Moto, from Taipei, Taiwan, are expeditionary airfield system technician with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron. - Sgt. Ryan Cipkar, left, and Lance Cpl. Miguel Avelar, center, dispose of trash as Lance Cpl. Miguel Moto holds the garbage bag open during a community relations event host by the Single Marine Program aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Sep. 4, 2015. Various organizations and tenant units aboard the air station foster the friendship between the U.S. and Japan by conducting these community relations events each year. Cipkar, from Steger, Ill., is a telephone person computer technician with Marine Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 3. Avelar, San Bernardino, Calif., and Moto, from Taipei, Taiwan, are expeditionary airfield system technician with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron.

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