U.S. Army Japan awards Bushido Spirit

U.S. Army Japan photos by Kevin Krejcarek
U.S. Army Japan photos by Kevin Krejcarek

U.S. Army Japan awards Bushido Spirit

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

CAMP ZAMA, Japan – Major Gen. Viet X. Luong, U.S. Army Japan commander, awarded Eric Stainbrook, USARJ military engagement chief with Strategic Effects Division, the Order of Bushido during an award ceremony Sept. 11.

Stainbrook was instrumental in development of USARJ's engagement processes coordinating the front office, protocol, public affairs, and G3 teams resulting in improved strategic-effects initiatives. Stainbrook also fostered core connections with USARJ's host-nation counterparts resulting in better communication across the Army enterprise in Japan.

The Order of Bushido is presented by the commander for those who exemplify the eight virtues of righteousness, courage, benevolence, respect, sincerity, honor, loyalty and self-control while serving with distinction in the Land of the Rising Sun.

Best of luck to the Stainbrooks on their next assignment at Ft. Shafter, HI!

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