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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – The Olmsted Foundation selected five Airmen for a scholarship that offers cultural immersion in a foreign graduate program while providing an in-depth understanding of foreign languages and cultures. The program also promotes long-term relationships with international airpower partners. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Kat Bailey)

Olmsted Foundation selects five Airmen for scholarships

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-RANDOLPH, Texas – The Air Force has selected five officers for the award of a 2019 Olmsted Foundation scholarship,...

Edgren, Kubasaki girls making track strides

YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan – While Nile C. Kinnick continues to rule the DODEA-Japan track and field roost, Robert D. Edgren continues making strong...

Hansen opens up military football season with shutout

CAMP HANSEN, Okinawa – Big plays ruled the day as Camp Hansen, last year’s runner-up, opened the U.S. Forces Japan-American Football League season...

The MSMR staff publishes articles on incidence, distribution, impact and trends of illnesses and injuries among U.S. service members to aid in force health protection and readiness.

MSMR offers free monthly continuing education credits to military public health, medical providers

FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- As a Department of Defense resource for health surveillance, the Defense Health Agency’s Armed Forces Health Surveillance...

Cadet 3rd Class Jack Bell, Cadet Squadron 29, poses for a photo on the Terrazzo at the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colo., March 19, 2018. In the span of 72 hours, Bell talked a suicidal man off a Colorado Springs overpass and helped air traffic controllers in Northern California locate a downed aircraft. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Charles Rivezzo)

72 hours: Cadet saves suicidal man, assists finding crashed plane

U.S. AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AFNS) -- The Air Force Academy’s honor code says a cadet will not lie, cheat, steal or tolerate those who do. But...

Matthew C. Perry senior right-hander Garrett Macias delivers against E.J. King in the first DODEA Japan regular-season game played at Kizuna Park near Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni. Macias and the Samurai entertain the Cobras and the team Perry vanquished in last year's Far East Division II Tournament final, Yokota, this weekend at Kizuna. (LILY SCHESSER/SPECIAL TO STRIPES)

Perry gets revamped stadium, hopes for return to form

IWAKUNI, Japan – Samurai baseball has had a lot to get excited about in the last year.

If it’s not about the first Far East Division II...

Baseball: Kubasaki wins half of four-game slate in Japan

TOKYO – Things looked mighty good Friday for Kubasaki on the first day of its two-day baseball road-trip to Tokyo.

Kyle Powell just missed...

Kubasaki set for marathon baseball weekend

Nothing like getting a chance to get a preview of teams you’ll be facing in the Far East Division I Baseball Tournament by seeing a couple of them...

Kadena sophomore right-hander Jared Duenas threw a no-hit, no-run game last Saturday, a 2-0 win over island-rival Kubasaki. (DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES)

Duenas in control of emotions, pitches on mound

KADENA AIR BASE, Okinawa – Usually, a pitcher who completes a no-hit, no-run game in high school baseball might find himself carried on his...

Baseball: Kadena righty Duenas tosses no-hitter

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – If Kadena baseball is to finally solve the Far East jinx, Jared Duenas may be one of the answers to the mystery, if his...

Track and Field: Panthers sweep Okinawa track meet

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa – Beautiful weather greeted Saturday’s Okinawa season-opening track and field meet, a far cry from last week’s meet washed...

Kadena scrambles past Kubasaki in golf

Golf
Okinawa
Kadena 4½, Kubasaki ½
 
Thursday at...

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