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.
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Marines from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, participate in the Daimyo Procession during the Kintai-kyo Bridge Festival, April 29, 2015. The procession is an annual parade that reenacts the return of the daimyo and his entourage from the capital of Japan.
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An employee at the Iwakuni City Recycling Plaza in Iwakuni City, Japan, sorts plastic to be recycled, April 24, 2015. The Facilities Environmental Branch Office aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, provided station residents the opportunity to tour the Iwakuni City Recycling Plaza in celebration of Earth Day 2015.
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The Facilities Environmental Branch Office aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, provided station residents the opportunity to tour the Iwakuni City Recycling Plaza, April 24, 2015. Every year Headquarters Marine Corps develops a theme for Earth Day and they ask the installations for a report on everything they are doing to celebrate Earth Day. Facilities put together this event, along with a trip to the Water Treatment Center in Iwakuni City on April 22, to celebrate Earth Day 2015.
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Lance Cpl. Kishun Parrott, a warehouseman with Combat Logistics Company 36, signs up for the Day of service event hosted by the Single Marine Program aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, April 22, 2015. The Day of Service was an event made to show appreciation for the service members who have been volunteering with the SMP. They began the day picking up trash on and off base, afterwards they joined together at Penny Lake where SMP provided games, activities and refreshments for the volunteers.
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The Single Marine Program aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, celebrated their Day of Service, along with SMP’s 20th anniversary, April 22, 2015. The Day of Service was an event made to show appreciation for the service members who have been volunteering with the SMP. They began the day picking up trash on and off base, afterwards they joined together at Penny Lake where SMP provided games, activities and refreshments for the volunteers.
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Marines with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Motor Transport Company, fire a M240 bravo machine gun during a live-fire range at the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura Maneuver Area’s indoor small-arms range during Exercise Haramura 1-15 in Hiroshima, Japan, April 16, 2015. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training exercise focused on reinforcing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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A Marine with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Motor Transport Company, loads a magazine with 5.56 rifle ammunition during a live-fire range at the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura Maneuver Area’s indoor small-arms range during Exercise Haramura 1-15 in Hiroshima, Japan, April 16, 2015. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training exercise focused on reinforcing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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A Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All-Terrain Vehicle, better known as MATV, drives into the motor pool at the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura training grounds during Exercise Haramura 1-15 in Hiroshima, Japan, April 14, 2015. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training exercise focused on honing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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Lance Cpl. Jayson Coss, a Motor Transport operator with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Motor-T Company, fires an M240 bravo machine gun at a passing mounted patrol during a simulated attack at the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura training grounds during Exercise Haramura 1-15 in Hiroshima, Japan, April 14, 2015. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training exercise focused on honing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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Suzanne Landrum, principal of M. C. Perry Elementary, assists a student in the raising of their Blue Ribbon School of Excellence flag during their Blue Ribbon ceremony aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, April 21, 2015. The Department of Defense Education Activity nominates only three schools for the Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence award annually, one from DoD Dependent School’s Europe, one from DoDEA Pacific and one from Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools and this year M. C. Perry was selected along with Aukamm Elementary School in Germany.
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Students from the Matthew C. Perry Schools aboard Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan, conduct a parade during their Blue Ribbon School of Excellence ceremony, April 21, 2015. The Department of Defense Education Activity nominates only three schools for the Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence award annually, one from DoD Dependent School’s Europe, one from DoDEA Pacific and one from Domestic Dependent Elementary and Secondary Schools and this year M. C. Perry was selected along with Aukamm Elementary School in Germany.
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Combat engineer’s breaching team with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Engineer Company, combat engineer platoon, clear a route through concertina wire under the cover of green smoke during an assault on enemy position during a foot patrol and breaching drill on the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura Maneuver Area in Hiroshima, Japan, as part of Exercise Haramura 1-15 April 15, 2015. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training exercise was focused on reinforcing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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Combat engineer team leaders with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Engineer Company, combat engineer platoon, discus their plan of attack before assaulting an enemy position during a foot patrol and breaching drill on the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura Maneuver Area in Hiroshima, Japan, as part of Exercise Haramura 1-15 April 15, 2015. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training exercise was focused on reinforcing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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A combat engineer with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Engineer Company, combat engineer platoon, provides security during a foot patrol on the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura Maneuver Area in Hiroshima, Japan, as part of Exercise Haramura 1-15 April 15, 2015. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training exercise was focused on reinforcing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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Staff Sgt. Nigel Hinds, the truck master for Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Motor Transport Company, performs a functions check on an M240 bravo machine gun at the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura Maneuver Area in Hiroshima, Japan, April 12, 2015, as part of Exercise Haramura 1-15. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training event focused on reinforcing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training and their Military Occupational Specialty school.
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Cpl. Matthew Mitchell, a Motor Transport mechanic with Marine Wing Support Squadron 171, Motor-T Company, aims down the sight of a M240 bravo machine gun at the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force’s Haramura Maneuver Area in Hiroshima, Japan, April 13, 2015, as part of Exercise Haramura 1-15. Haramura is a weeklong company-level training event focused on reinforcing the skills Marines learned during Marine Combat Training as well as during their Military Occupational Specialty schooling.
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