Naval Air Facility Atsugi

Outside the Gate




Sailors take a helping, or two, of home cooking provided by the Single Sailor Liberty Program at an event at Yokosuka’s Spectrum Center. (Photo courtesy of Single Sailor Liberty Program)

Single Sailor Program makes life a beach


For as long as men have sailed the seas, the thoughts of most sailors toward the end of a long voyage have turned to what to do...

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,...

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...

– Naval Aircrewman 3rd Class Gary Waltrip takes photo of Mount Fuji on his phone during a reenlistment ceremony held aboard a U.S. military C-12 aircraft. The reenlistment ceremony was conducted during a routine training flight around Mount Fuji. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Kegan E. Kay/Released)

Sailors take flight for reenlistment


NAVAL AIR FACILITY ATSUGI– Master-at-Arms 3rd Class Ryan Readhimer and Master-at-Arms 2nd Class Manuel Mendoza reenlisted aboard a...

Rear Adm. Matthew J. Carter issues the Oath of Office to newly promoted Cmdr. Bobby Savanh during his promotion ceremony at Naval Air Facility Atsugi. Savanh started his naval career as an Airman Recruit and has worked his way up to U.S. Navy Commander. (U.S. Navy photo by Aviation Electronics Technician 1st Class Timothy Perez/Released)

ONE MAN'S JOURNEY: Embracing the American Life


Editor's Note: Everyone has a story, some of which need to be shared. Here's an inspirational one about an naval officer...

Trees are blessed before being cut down


NAVAL AIR FACILITY ATSUGI, Japan – For two massive trees along the cart path of the Naval Air Facility Atsugi golf course, the time...

Themed eatery shines with warmth of Hawaii

English Menu Available

There's nothing better than a Hawaiian holiday. Well, there’s no need to pack your bags, just head to Tiki Tiki Hawaiian...


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