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Marine Corps firefighting equipment showcases advanced capabilities June 24, 2014 — MARINE CORPS AIR STATION FUTENMA, OKINAWA, Japan — Senior fire officers with the U.S. Marine Corps, Air Force, Navy, Army and Department of Defense Master Labor Contractors attended a Bambi Bucket firefighting water delivery system and MV-22B Osprey tiltrotor aircraft display June 10 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Marine Corps Base Camp MORE
Marine Corps firefighting equipment showcases advanced capabilities
Osprey awareness key to understanding June 13, 2014 — OKINAWA, Japan - Members of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force and civilian business leaders attended a U.S. Marine Corps briefing June 5 at Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Marine Corps Base Camp Smedley D. Butler.  The briefing was part of ongoing efforts between the Japan and U.S. governments to strengthen their relationship and promote a mutual MORE
Osprey awareness key to understanding
Service, community members clean Tropical Beach April 13, 2014 — GINOWAN CITY, OKINAWA, Japan – Surrounded by clear skies and warm tropical sunshine, volunteers took to the sand and surf to lend a hand in the beautification of a local beach.  Community members and Marines joined together April 5 during the third annual Ginowan City Tropical Beach Cleanup to improve the local area and strengthen the relationship MORE
Passion for fire safety ignited by MCAS Futenma Marines April 09, 2014 — MARINE CORPS AIR STATION FUTENMA, OKINAWA, Japan – A fire engine approached a burning metal hull, while a group of excited children watch in amazement from a safe distance. The water cannon fixed atop the truck unleashed a stream of water to extinguish the flames, and a cheer arose from the spectators.  Girl Scouts visited with Marines assigned to MORE
Passion for fire safety ignited by MCAS Futenma Marines
MALS-36 NCOs rid beach of waste, build camaraderie April 01, 2014 — ARAHA BEACH, Japan - Noncommissioned officers with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 36 cleaned up Araha Beach March 28 to give back to the community and build camaraderie.  The event was coordinated by NCOs from units within the squadron, and was the first of what is planned to be a quarterly event, according to Sgt. Michael J. Elgaen, an MORE

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