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  • Terminal Services

    Passenger Amenities: A  USO, kiddy lounge, aneatery, business center and free Wi-Fi are available in the passenger waiting area.Lost and Found: Lost and found is located at the terminal and the POCcan be contacted at 315-634-5806.Long Term Parking: Both seven-day and 30-day parking are located across from the Passenger Terminal. Parking passes can
  • Thermal Stress Awareness

    IntroductionThe goal of the thermal stress management program is to prevent heat-related injuries through education and monitoring. Monitoring is conducted May through October when temperatures are expected to reach 85 degrees Fahrenheit as a daily high and during readiness exercises. The Wet Bulb Globe Temperature (WBGT) measurements take into
  • Things to carry with you

    Here are a few thing to bring on your person in order to make your PCS as comfortable as possible: American dollars to exchange for Japanese yen  Several copies of your orders Information Protection training certificate (to expedite setting up your network account) Sponsor's cell or home phone number. Having access to messaging on
  • TMO Phone numbers

    TMO OfficeArmy 644-5218/5700 Marine Corps 645-3899/5335 Navy 634-6871 Air Force 634-7794/7792
  • Tourist Attractions

    During your assignment to Okinawa, take advantage of the many beautiful and historic and cultural sites. The following are a few of the most popular attractions: Naha Dragon Boat Race: "Golden Week," the first week in May, is one of Japan's biggest holidays. The Naha dragon boat races are held at Aja Port, Naha, to coincide with the start of the
  • Tsunamis

    The phenomenon we call a "tsunami" is a series of traveling ocean waves of extremely long length and period, generated by disturbances associated primarily with earthquakes occurring below or near the ocean floor. Underwater volcanic eruptions and landslides can also generate tsunamis, although these sources are significantly less frequent. As the
  • Typhoons

    BACKGROUNDOkinawa lies in the Pacific's "Typhoon Alley." Typhoons, known as hurricanes in the United States, pack powerful winds and can be very destructive. They occur when warm water of the South Pacific Ocean between the Republic of the Philippines and Guam combines with the cool winds in the region. Once formed, the storms usually travel in a