The sounds and smells of sizzling food filled the III Marine Expeditionary Force kitchen, as Marine Corps food service specialists feverishly navigated through around grills, fridges and their fellow competitors.
Members of the U.S. community competed against one another Aug. 18, 2019 in Okinawa’s Strongest: Battle of the North. The one day event was a combination of speed and strength not normally seen in a typical strong man event.
U.S. Air Fore Senior Airman Patrick Fleming, 67th Aircraft Maintenance Unit weapons load crew member, loads an AIM-120 Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile during the quarterly weapons load crew competition at Kadena Air Base, Japan, July 1, 2019.
U.S. Air Force Airmen from the 67th Aircraft Maintenance Unit and the 44th Aircraft Maintanence Unit are recognized for competing in the weapons load crew competition at Kadena Air Base, Japan, July 1, 2019.
Marine Corps food specialists from Camp Kinser to Camp Schwab paired with Marines from their mess halls to showcase their culinary knowledge, job proficiency, and military bearing through a rigorous two-day cooking challenge.
It may sound weird, but our obsession with the tasty small fish had grown since our shirasu-don lunch earlier on Enoshima Island. So, it was only natural that the signboard for the hotdogs featuring the regional specialty would draw our attention.
If you visit Nakamise shopping street, you’re sure to come across the Japanese Tea House Hello Kitty Saryo Enoshima. If you don’t have time to stop for a sit-down lunch, the location also offers a “take out” counter serving up various Hello Kitty-themed drinks and sweets.