Occupational injuries for service members are common in every branch of the military and in practically every job, from wrenching one's back while lifting a missile to wiping out on a freshly mopped office corridor.
Lt. Samuel Schnieder, Capt. Rich Jarrett, Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY), and Catherine DuBose, general manager of the Navy Exchange (NEX) Yokosuka, cut a cake in celebration of the Navy's 246th birthday held at NEX Yokosuka.
Fire Prevention Chief John Serrato, Commander, Navy Region Japan Fire and Emergency Services (CNRJ F&ES) Yokosuka, reads fire safety books to children at the Yokosuka library onboard Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY) as a part of fire prevention week.
A group of Air Force employees received recognition from U.S. Army Garrison Japan leadership Oct. 14 at Yokota Air Base, Japan, for their assistance to the unit in achieving a notable budget-related task.
In Japan, some local stores and restaurants only accept cash. When you shop or eat out locally, it would be a good idea to check by asking, “Kurejitto kaado wa tsukae masuka?”, which means, “Can I use a credit card?/Do you accept credit cards?”