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Matthew C. Perry Elementary and High School students on Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, and Japanese students from the surrounding area participated in the 6th Annual Friendship Concert at Sinfonia Iwakuni Concert Hall, Iwakuni City, Feb. 20, 2016. The students practiced together weekly in preparation for the concert. Events like these allow the children of both nations to learn to work together despite language barriers and tighten the friendship between the U.S. and Japan. - Matthew C. Perry Elementary and High School students on Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, and Japanese students from the surrounding area participated in the 6th Annual Friendship Concert at Sinfonia Iwakuni Concert Hall, Iwakuni City, Feb. 20, 2016. The students practiced together weekly in preparation for the concert. Events like these allow the children of both nations to learn to work together despite language barriers and tighten the friendship between the U.S. and Japan.

Officers from the Hiroshima Prefectural Police Headquarters and Marines from the provost marshal’s office K-9 unit pose for a photo at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Feb. 17, 2016. The Marines provided the officers with training that allows them and their K-9’s to locate hidden explosives by familiarizing them with scented boxes. Conducting bilateral training helps maintain situational readiness and build better relations between the U.S. and Japan. - Officers from the Hiroshima Prefectural Police Headquarters and Marines from the provost marshal’s office K-9 unit pose for a photo at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Feb. 17, 2016. The Marines provided the officers with training that allows them and their K-9’s to locate hidden explosives by familiarizing them with scented boxes. Conducting bilateral training helps maintain situational readiness and build better relations between the U.S. and Japan.

Eight-year-old Chinatsu Moriwaki and Sae Matsumoto, students of Fukugawa Elementary School, sing the “Star Spangled Banner” during a cultural exchange at Matthew C. Perry Elementary School Feb. 11, 2016. Fukugawa Elementary School is a member of the Shunan International Children’s Club that visits M.C. Perry Elementary School annually. Approximately 90 children’s club students, staff and government officials attended the cultural exchange. - Eight-year-old Chinatsu Moriwaki and Sae Matsumoto, students of Fukugawa Elementary School, sing the “Star Spangled Banner” during a cultural exchange at Matthew C. Perry Elementary School Feb. 11, 2016. Fukugawa Elementary School is a member of the Shunan International Children’s Club that visits M.C. Perry Elementary School annually. Approximately 90 children’s club students, staff and government officials attended the cultural exchange.

Station residents from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni learn about lotus roots at Yamaguchi’s Agricultural, Forestry, Fisheries, and? Stockbreeding in Iwakuni City, Japan, Feb. 10, 2016. Iwakuni is a lotus root producer, exporting the product worldwide. With the roots comes various nutritional and health benefits such as vitamin C; dietary fiber; iron; potassium; calcium; prevention of colds, cancer and other diseases; and lowering high blood pressure. - Station residents from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni learn about lotus roots at Yamaguchi’s Agricultural, Forestry, Fisheries, and? Stockbreeding in Iwakuni City, Japan, Feb. 10, 2016. Iwakuni is a lotus root producer, exporting the product worldwide. With the roots comes various nutritional and health benefits such as vitamin C; dietary fiber; iron; potassium; calcium; prevention of colds, cancer and other diseases; and lowering high blood pressure.

Yutaka Tsuda, mathematics teacher at Takamori Midori Junior High School in Kuga, Japan, explains a math problem to Ashley Atkins, a seventh-grader from Matthew C. Perry Junior High School, during a cultural exchange at Midori Junior High Feb. 2, 2016. M.C. Perry students integrated into various classes at Midori Junior High to experience the traditional Japanese classroom environment. Cultural events are a great opportunity for students to learn about a new culture and use their language skills. - Yutaka Tsuda, mathematics teacher at Takamori Midori Junior High School in Kuga, Japan, explains a math problem to Ashley Atkins, a seventh-grader from Matthew C. Perry Junior High School, during a cultural exchange at Midori Junior High Feb. 2, 2016. M.C. Perry students integrated into various classes at Midori Junior High to experience the traditional Japanese classroom environment. Cultural events are a great opportunity for students to learn about a new culture and use their language skills.

Motoi Yoshimura, leading board director and union president at the Yamaguchi Oshima Agricultural Cooperative Association, gives a speech to Matthew C. Perry Elementary School students during the 6th Annual Mikan Presentation at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Feb. 1, 2016. Mikans are orange citrus fruits that resemble tangerines and are a symbol of Japan’s agricultural export business. The event provided students and staff the opportunity to strengthen their bond with Iwakuni residents. - Motoi Yoshimura, leading board director and union president at the Yamaguchi Oshima Agricultural Cooperative Association, gives a speech to Matthew C. Perry Elementary School students during the 6th Annual Mikan Presentation at Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, Feb. 1, 2016. Mikans are orange citrus fruits that resemble tangerines and are a symbol of Japan’s agricultural export business. The event provided students and staff the opportunity to strengthen their bond with Iwakuni residents.

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