Four U.S. Army Japan Leaders honored during a tattoo ceremony

Four U.S. Army Japan Leaders honored during a tattoo ceremony

by U.S. Army in Japan
U.S. Army

CAMP ZAMA, Japan -- Four senior military leaders from United States Army Japan were honored here June 20 during a tattoo ceremony. Those being recognized were Col. Juan Pyfrom, Col. Juanita Clarke, Col. Edward Kovaleski and Sgt. Maj. Barbara O'Hara. The event was hosted by Maj. Gen. James F. Pasquarette, USARJ commander. The tattoo ceremony was a formal way to recognize selected Soldiers with special music and awards and to bid them a fond farewell from the command. Various honors were bestowed on these four as they departed Japan for the next phases of their lives.

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