CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japan -- Members of the local and U.S. communicates, young and old, lined the Camp Foster flea market parking lot with over 100 cars, September 14, to share their love for cars...
USO Camp Hansen is thrilled to host our first ever Kid’s Fleet Week in conjunction with our monthly L.E.A.P program. L.E.A.P unifies our service members and families through learning, engaging, activity and play, and is providing young Marines and kids with the opportunity to connect and create with one another.
We were contacted by one of our (USO Okinawa) first ever Service Salute honorees Mr. Allen C. Stone. He proudly served as a hospital corpsman in the US Navy and was assigned to H&S Company as a Pharmacy Technician at Camp Hansen in 1970.
The USO Okinawa hosted the 48th Service Salute at the Kadena Enlisted Rocker Club on Saturday, May 18th. It is the biggest event USO Okinawa hosts each year and this year did not disappoint. Every year the gala honors seven service members from the U.S Armed Forces with all branches represented Marines, Air Force, Army and Navy as well as Japan...
Scot Garner, General Manager of Construction for American Engineering Corporation (AEC), presented their 2019 Silver Sponsorship-level donation to Phil VanEtten, USO Okinawa Area Director. A long-time support of USO Okinawa, AEC’s donation enables major events like the 2019 USO Okinawa Service Salute and 2019 USO Okinawa Color Run.
<p>Sully, late President George H.W. Bush’s service dog, embarked on a new job as a hospital corpsman in the U.S. Navy as the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) welcomed him.</p>
Troops and their families are wondering when they will get a taste of the fast-food chicken sandwich that last month launched the “chicken sandwich wars” on social media and drew mouth-watering reviews.
Sunroom Café and Sweets is quietly nestled away on the 81. But that solitude, accompanied by its fresh bakery and delicious coffee, makes the quaint shop one of my top choices for food, drink, and peace.
Located at Sunabe Seawall in Chatan Town, this 33-year-old Okinawa noodle shop is very popular with locals and tourists alike – one of the town’s most popular, according to a Chatan Town Visitors Association staffer.