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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 the mainland of Japan.
Iwakuni News Stories

A deeper look into social media awareness

By Cpl. D. A. Walters | January 21, 2015

To some, social media seems like an innocent outlet to tell others about their daily life, keep up MORE

B4 They Made You Laugh III

By Cpl. D. A. Walters | January 16, 2015

Comedians visited Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, as part of the B4 They Made You Laugh III MORE

M. C. Perry basketball tournament against Tabuse Agricultural Technical High School

By Cpl. Jessica Quezada | January 15, 2015

The stadium roared with excitement as the basketball players of Matthew C. Perry High School faced MORE

Convoy training prepares riflemen for future operations

By Cpl. Luis Ramirez | January 14, 2015

Riflemen with Bravo Company, 1st Battalion, 1st Marines, conducted convoy operations training, Jan. MORE

MCIPAC Commanders’ Conference brings leaders together

By Cpl. Jessica Quezada | January 14, 2015

Maj. Gen. Charles Hudson, commanding general of Marine Corps Installations Pacific, gathered MORE
School Water Sampling Information
MCAS Iwakuni water-quality sampling information can be found in the letters contained within the links below. Please select the link that pertains to your student's school.
Social Media

PCS with Pet
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.
NEO and emergency evacuation plan
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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.