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Navy reviews liberty policy for personnel in Japan


YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — The Navy is coordinating with U.S. Forces Japan on a liberty policy that would apply to all services,...

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Chris Cauthen, 35th Operations Support Squadron special security representative, and spouse Tech. Sgt. Jessica Cauthen, 373rd Support Squadron systems security office NCO in charge, complete a questionnaire together at Misawa Air Base on March 1, 2012. The questionnaire was part of a lesson from the Happy Couple's class, where the attendees learned about how people express love differently. Kaleb Snay/Courtesy of the U.S. military

Misawa hoping 'Happy Couples' strengthen relationships


Books like “Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus” or the “Five Love Languages” might not be what you would expect to find on the...

Club Alliance on Yokosuka Naval Base, Japan, is all but empty minutes before curfew on Oct. 22, 2012.

Japan curfew doesn't affect on-base Halloween parties


YOKOTA AIR BASE, Japan — Let the ghoulish good times roll. On base, that is.

Military-sponsored Halloween events planned for...

The commander of U.S. Forces Japan has placed an 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew on all U.S. troops in Japan, meaning an end to late-night visits to popular U.S. troop hangouts, such as Gate 2 Street outside Kadena Air Base, Okinawa. The curfew, which goes into effect immediately, came in the wake of this week's arrest of two U.S. sailors for the alleged assault and rape of a 20-year-old Japanese woman.

US troops in Japan hit with curfew after alleged rape on Okinawa


The commander of U.S. Forces Japan imposed a curfew Friday for all U.S. military personnel in Japan in the wake of this week’s...

Sasebo honors Japanese WWII vet at Navy Ball


SASEBO - Sailors from Commander Fleet Activities, Sasebo (CFAS) and host nation friends celebrated the 237th birthday of the U.S....

Shigeaki Mori, left, talks about the 12 U.S. servicemembers who perished in the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan, on Aug. 6, 1945. With him at the site of the former Chugoku Military Police Headquarters is Clifton Truman Daniel, grandson of President Harry S. Truman. American POWs were kept there and most died in the bombing. Truman Daniel was in Hiroshima to offer reconciliation. He sought the help of Truman Daniel to have them be  recognized at last. Matthew M. Burke/Stars and Stripes

Unlikely duo meets to remember Hiroshima victims


HIROSHIMA, Japan — Shigeaki Mori was only 7 when Hiroshima was flattened in seconds. Clifton Truman Daniel hadn’t even been born...

Petty Officer 3rd Class Scott Bourque mans the camera on a recent shoot for the American Forces Network at Sasebo Naval Base in Japan. AFN's commercials can be over-the-top cheesy, but the goofiest commercials are often the best at conveying a message because people remember them. Matthew M. Burke/Stars ans Stripes

Finding sweet spot between informative and zany at AFN


SASEBO NAVAL BASE, Japan — There’s no Geico gecko, no Flo the insurance lady and no William Shatner hawking hotel deals.

COOL launches major updates to website


PENSACOLA, Fla. - The Center for Information Dominance (CID) announced a new major update to the Navy Credentialing Opportunities...


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