Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan

 

Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan

Welcome to Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni’s official website. MCAS Iwakuni is the only Marine Corps installation on mainland Japan.
Iwakuni News Stories

MCAS Iwakuni supports in Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society Active Duty Fund Drive

By Cpl. Luis Ramirez | April 24, 2015

In support of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society’s Active Duty Fund Drive, service members aboard MORE

Combat engineers breach barriers at Haramura training grounds

By Cpl. Luis Ramirez | April 15, 2015

Combat engineers with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171 conducted breaching drills at the Japan MORE

Environmental provides HAZMAT training aboard station

By Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr. | April 15, 2015

Service members aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, conducted a Hazardous Waste MORE

MCAS Iwakuni Marine recognized for Vice Admiral Pirie Air Traffic Controller of the Year Award

By Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr. | April 13, 2015

Sgt. Brandon Rockman, an air traffic control supervisor with Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron MORE

H&HS service members spare some time for bowling night

By Lance Cpl. Carlos Cruz Jr. | April 12, 2015

Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron coordinated a bowling event for service members and their MORE
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Bringing pets to MCAS Iwakuni Japan is highly discouraged. Housing here is very limited both on and off-base. Dogs are not permitted in much of the on-base housing. Many landlords off-base will not rent to families with pets. Check with local airlines regarding their policies if you decide to bring pets. Travel with pets to and from Iwakuni may require special arrangements and expensive fees.
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Sexual Assault Prevention

To make a confidential report, call the 24/7 sexual assault hotline:080-5865-3566 (From CONUS, call 011-81-80-5865-3566). Victim Advocacy Program: 253-4526 or 090-9978-1033.

Please click the image to go to "DOD Safe Helpline" webpage.