Harunaoka Senior Home receives visit from Airmen, families

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A Japanese elder, left, and Eiko Koiwa, center, a caretaker, smiles at Matthew Joiner, right, son of Master Sgt. James Joiner, a 35th Civil Engineer Squadron explosives ordnance disposal technician, at Harunaoka Old Age Home, Misawa City, Japan, Dec. 22, 2016. Approximately 20 Airmen and their families spent time with members to get them to be active and combat loneliness. As an easy activity, the children brought balloons to bounce back and forth with the Japanese nationals.
A Japanese elder, left, and Eiko Koiwa, center, a caretaker, smiles at Matthew Joiner, right, son of Master Sgt. James Joiner, a 35th Civil Engineer Squadron explosives ordnance disposal technician, at Harunaoka Old Age Home, Misawa City, Japan, Dec. 22, 2016. Approximately 20 Airmen and their families spent time with members to get them to be active and combat loneliness. As an easy activity, the children brought balloons to bounce back and forth with the Japanese nationals.

Harunaoka Senior Home receives visit from Airmen, families

by: Airman 1st Class Sadie Colbert, 35th Fighter Wing Public Affairs | .
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published: January 06, 2017

MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- A Japanese elder, left, and Eiko Koiwa, center, a caretaker, smiles at Matthew Joiner, right, son of Master Sgt. James Joiner, a 35th Civil Engineer Squadron explosives ordnance disposal technician, at Harunaoka Old Age Home, Misawa City, Japan, Dec. 22, 2016. Approximately 20 Airmen and their families spent time with members to get them to be active and combat loneliness. As an easy activity, the children brought balloons to bounce back and forth with the Japanese nationals.

(U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Sadie Colbert)

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