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Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan

MCAS Iwakuni is a mission-ready air station, capable of providing continuous base-operating support for tenant organizations and follow-on U.S. and allied forces during training, combat or contingency (HA/DR) operations throughout the Indo-Asia Pacific region.
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A group of rabbits rest near the beach at Okunoshima, or “Rabbit Island,” Japan, March 25, 2017. The island is home to hundreds of wild rabbits that visitors are allowed to feed and pet, and has the standing remains of buildings used by the Japanese Imperial Army to create chemical weapons during World War II. Service members from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni took a free bus ride to the island courtesy of the Single Marine Program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Jimenez)
170325-M-FN622-0020.JPG Photo By: Lance Cpl. Carlos Jimenez

Mar 27, 2017
OKUNOSHIMA, Japan - A group of rabbits rest near the beach at Okunoshima, or “Rabbit Island,” Japan, March 25, 2017. The island is home to hundreds of wild rabbits that visitors are allowed to feed and pet, and has the standing remains of buildings used by the Japanese Imperial Army to create chemical weapons during World War II. Service members from Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni took a free bus ride to the island courtesy of the Single Marine Program. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Carlos Jimenez)


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