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Turkey Shoot 2010Turkey Shoot 2010
Turkey Shoot 2010

Airmen 1st Class Darrel Evans and Glenn Cihak, 18th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron load crew members, remove an ammunition loading system after use during the Turkey Shoot 2010 at Kadena Air Base, Japan, March 9. The Turkey Shoot is an annual internal competition intended to sharpen operational capabilities and assign bragging rights. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/17/2010

Turkey Shoot 2010Turkey Shoot 2010
Turkey Shoot 2010

Airman 1st Class Glenn Cihak, 18th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, attaches an ammunition loading system on an F-15 Eagle during the Turkey Shoot 2010 at Kadena Air Base, Japan, March 9. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/17/2010

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Shogun-Thrift Store

Brig. Gen. Ken Wilsbach, 18th Wing commander, takes a tour of the Okinawa Enlisted Spouses Club Thrift Store and Uncle Sam's Attic Feb. 26. OESC and USA is a non-profit organization which supports American and Japanese charitable projects and special interest groups on Okinawa. Some of their contributions in 2009 was supplying $8K worth of uniforms, boots and accessories to military members island wide; $66K to the Okinawa Enlisted Spouse Club; and 89K in toys, clothes and shoes for distribution to needy families all over the world. "The thrift store saves a lot of money for Airmen and their families to have things they couldn't afford," said General Wilsbach."The service provided for the Airmen is greatly appreciated." The thrift store is asking for volunteers to help continue the success of the group and its mission. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/8/2010

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Shogun-Thrift Store

Maria Mangapit, thrift store employee, hangs a pile of clothes generously donated by servicemembers at the Okinawa Enlisted Spouses Club Thrift Store and Uncle Sam's Attic Feb. 26. OESC and USA is a non-profit organization which supports American and Japanese charitable projects and special interest groups on Okinawa. Some of their contributions in 2009 was supplying $8K worth of uniforms, boots and accessories to military members island wide; $66K to the Okinawa Enlisted Spouse Club; and 89K in toys, clothes and shoes for distribution to needy families all over the world. "The thrift store saves a lot of money for Airmen and their families to have things they couldn't afford," said Brig. Gen. Ken Wilsbach."The service provided for the Airmen is greatly appreciated." The thrift store is asking for volunteers to help continue the success of the group and its mission.(U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/8/2010

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Shogun-Thrift Store

Catherine Erdos brings her son Zachary, age 3, along while she shops for clothes at the Okinawa Enlisted Spouses Club Thrift Store and Uncle Sam's Attic Feb. 26. OESC and USA is a non-profit organization which supports American and Japanese charitable projects and special interest groups on Okinawa. Some of their contributions in 2009 was supplying $8K worth of uniforms, boots and accessories to military members island wide; $66K to the Okinawa Enlisted Spouse Club; and 89K in toys, clothes and shoes for distribution to needy families all over the world. "The thrift store saves a lot of money for Airmen and their families to have things they couldn't afford," said Brig. Gen. Ken Wilsbach."The service provided for the Airmen is greatly appreciated." The thrift store is asking for volunteers to help continue the success of the group and its mission.(U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Gloria Herring, thrift store sales associate, places price tags on all the items that come in to the Okinawa Enlisted Spouses Club Thrift Store and Uncle Sam's Attic Feb. 26. OESC and USA is a non-profit organization which supports American and Japanese charitable projects and special interest groups on Okinawa. Some of their contributions in 2009 was supplying $8K worth of uniforms, boots and accessories to military members island wide; $66K to the Okinawa Enlisted Spouse Club; and 89K in toys, clothes and shoes for distribution to needy families all over the world. "The thrift store saves a lot of money for Airmen and their families to have things they couldn't afford," said Brig. Gen. Ken Wilsbach."The service provided for the Airmen is greatly appreciated." The thrift store is asking for volunteers to help continue the success of the group and its mission.(U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/8/2010

Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010
Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010

Americans and Okinawans participating in the Okinawa Marathon receive cheers from volunteers March 7 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Team Kadena volunteers encouraged and provided water to runners as they participated in the Kadena portion of the marathon. The marathon runs through nine different cities,towns,and villages in central Okinawa at a distance of 26.4 miles. The marathon aims to encourage people to enjoy running and increase their fitness level throughout Okinawa. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010

An American runner calls for louder cheers from the crowd March 7 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Team Kadena volunteers encouraged and provided water to runners as they participated in the Kadena portion of the marathon. The marathon runs through nine different cities,towns,and villages in central Okinawa at a distance of 26.4 miles. The marathon aims to encourage people to enjoy running and increase their fitness level throughout Okinawa. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010

Volunteers cheer on American and Okinawan runners participating in the Okinawa Marathon March 7 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Team Kadena volunteers encouraged and provided water to runners as they participated in the Kadena portion of the marathon. The marathon runs through nine different cities,towns,and villages in central Okinawa at a distance of 26.4 miles. The marathon aims to encourage people to enjoy running and increase their fitness level throughout Okinawa. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010

Volunteers cheer on American and Okinawan runners participating in the Okinawa Marathon March 7 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Team Kadena volunteers encouraged and provided water to runners as they participated in the Kadena portion of the marathon. The marathon runs through nine different cities,towns,and villages in central Okinawa at a distance of 26.4 miles. The marathon aims to encourage people to enjoy running and increase their fitness level throughout Okinawa. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/8/2010

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Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010

Volunteers cheer on American and Okinawan runners participating in the Okinawa Marathon March 7 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Team Kadena volunteers encouraged and provided water to runners as they participated in the Kadena portion of the marathon. The marathon runs through nine different cities,towns,and villages in central Okinawa at a distance of 26.4 miles. The marathon aims to encourage people to enjoy running and increase their fitness level throughout Okinawa. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/8/2010

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Shogun-Okinawa Marathon 2010

Young kids cheered on Americans and Okinawans participating in the Okinawa Marathon March 7 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Team Kadena volunteers encouraged and provided water to runners as they participated in the Kadena portion of the marathon. The marathon runs through nine different cities,towns,and villages in central Okinawa at a distance of 26.4 miles. The marathon aims to encourage people to enjoy running and increase their fitness level throughout Okinawa. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Rey Ramon)
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Posted: 3/8/2010

    

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