Setsuyaku is the word for economizing in Japanese. Of course there are many ways to look at economizing, so we’ll cover two of the main ideas; energy saving and money saving, and the distinctive ways they differ in Japan.
Dental and orthodontic specialists from the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force, as well as the Japan Self-Defense Forces, recently learned about currently pressing topics in their field and shared best practices during the 65th Tri-Service Dental Symposium.
Japan Air Self-Defense Force Central Band conductor, Maj. Satoshi Kuchikata simultaneously rehearses conducting the JASDF and USAF band members for the opening ceremony of the Major League Baseball Japan Opening Series at the Tokyo Dome, March 20, 2019.
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.
The Navy has enacted nearly all the changes recommended in two 2017 reports it ordered after two fatal collisions at sea involving U.S. warships, the vice chief of naval operations recently told Congress.
“I always said that I was invincible,” said Army Sgt. 1st Class Bradley Lee. “This body is a machine. As long as you feed it, it’ll do anything and everything you’re mentally strong enough to tell it to do.”
In recognition of March as Women’s History Month, meet the trailblazing ladies who made history by becoming the first to serve in what had been a male-dominated profession, the United States military.
U.S. Marine Corps: Opha May Johnson