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Kadena, Okinawans 'band together' in giant rope-making

Volunteers from Kadena and Okinawa City work together Nov. 21 to hitch several ropes to a crank that will then be used to twist them together, forming a larger rope. The larger rope is then combined with hundreds more to form a mammoth, four-ton, football field-length rope to be used in the giant tug-of-war at the Okinawa City International Carnival on Okinawa City’s “Koza Gate Street,” just outside Kadena’s Gate 2 Nov. 27. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Airman 1st Class Maeson L. Elleman)

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