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Fun, football, fantastic!: Commissaries announce ProCamps event sites

FORT LEE, Va. – Eleven military communities will host the 2018 football ProCamps events for boys and girls this summer thanks to groceries sold...
Yokota senior midfielder Regina Dukat has been named Stars and Stripes Pacific high school girls soccer Athlete of the Year.  DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

Girls soccer: Dukat's energy fueled Panthers to regain title

Like most of her peers, Regina Dukat had some ups and downs in high school.

As a freshman and sophomore, the Panthers relished the feeling...

Robert D. Edgren senior right-hander Brittany Crown has been named Stars and Stripes Pacific high school softball Athlete of the Year.  DAVE ORNAUER/STARS AND STRIPES

Softball: Crown's dominating season put Eagles on throne

Some say that softball is all about the pitcher.

And their argument could be bolstered by this season’s Robert D. Edgren’s Eagles and staff...

Simone Askew, first captain of the U.S. Military Academy's Corps of Cadets, sings the alma mater during her graduation ceremony, May 26, 2018. (JAMES MCCANN/U.S. ARMY PHOTO)

Cadet who made West Point history is among ‘College Women of the Year’

A groundbreaking West Point graduate was recently named among Glamour magazine’s “2018 College Women of the Year.”

Simone Askew, 21, of...

Yokota senior pitcher Jack Winkler has been named Stars and Stripes Pacific baseball Playoer of the Year.  JACK HIGBEE/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

Baseball: Yokota's do-everything Winkler bags honor

One reason why Yokota enjoyed such a successful baseball season was players such as Jack Winkler doing all the big things and the little things...

President Donald Trump holds up an executive order he's just signed encouraging federal agencies to hire more military spouses during a ceremony at the White House, May 9, 2018. (Joe Gromelski, Stars and Stripes)

Trump signs executive order to push federal agencies to hire more military spouses

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday encouraging federal agencies to hire more military spouses, a population...

Retired Army Colonel John Buckley's hard earned advice for military transition.

Eight Hard-earned Tips on Military Transition

Despite 33 years of service to our nation – including multiple combat and peacekeeping tours – my transition into the private sector was one of...

Three DoDEA students named among 2018 National Merit Scholarship Finalists

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA – Three Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) students were named among 2018 National Merit Scholarship Finalists...

First Annual Career Day at Iwakuni Elementary School

Students at Iwakuni Elementary School, aboard MCAS Iwakuni, took a break from their normal routine to learn about careers during the school’s...

Cameraman Alex Kim of Guam High School, sound man Soogeun Oh of Seoul American and actors Jackson Batz of Kubasaki and Sari Seibert of Yokota run through a scene from the short subject film their team made during Far East Creative Expressions.

Students hone art skills during Far East Creative Expressions

TOKYO – Mary Sarantakes gave a studious look to the movie script on the computer screen on which she had written notes for the previous few hours...

Photo courtesy of Cheri Hayes

Lanham volunteer a key player to school's success

Ever visited a school on a couple of occasions and noticed an individual every time you visit? It would be safe to assume they may be an...
Tournament Most Valuable Player Caleigh Garcia of Yokota tries to settle the ball in front of Matthew C. Perry's Maddie Swieczkowski during Wednesday's final match in the Far East Division II Girls Soccer Tournament. The Panthers won 3-0.  CHARNISE KEY/SPECIAL TO STRIPES

Girls soccer: Yokota tops 30 wins on way to championship

CAMP HUMPHREYS, South Korea – With perhaps the last Division II title won by Yokota in its nearly four years as a small school, the Panthers girls...

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