Airmen help keep Fussa City parks clean

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Members of the 374th Aerospace Medicine Squadron cheer after completing a trash clean-up at Kami Josui Park in Fussa, Japan, Aug. 1, 2014. There are five parks that organizations from Yokota Air Base volunteer to clean as part of the Adopt-a-Park program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class David C. Danford/Released)
Members of the 374th Aerospace Medicine Squadron cheer after completing a trash clean-up at Kami Josui Park in Fussa, Japan, Aug. 1, 2014. There are five parks that organizations from Yokota Air Base volunteer to clean as part of the Adopt-a-Park program. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class David C. Danford/Released)

Airmen help keep Fussa City parks clean

by: Airman 1st Class David C. Danford, 374th Airlift Wing Public Affairs | .
Yokota Air Base | .
published: August 09, 2014

FUSSA CITY, Japan -- Members of the 374th Aerospace Medicine Squadron pick up litter at Kami Josui Park in Fussa, Japan on Aug. 1, 2014. The Top 3 private organization, in coordination with Fussa City officials, created a park cleaning schedule allowing different units, squadrons and organizations at Yokota to lead clean-up initiatives for local parks. The Adopt-a-Park program encompasses Fussa Kami Josui Park, Tamagawa Chuo Park, Fukuto Tomodachi Park, Fussa Minami Park and Fussa Kanisaka Park.

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