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Airmen work together to prepare classrooms for elementary studentsAirmen work together to prepare classrooms for elementary students
Airmen work together to prepare classrooms for elementary students

Staff Sgt. Brandon Wall, from the 390th Intelligence Squadron, carries a book shelf with the help of Master Sgt. Mark Angelico, from the 18th Contracting Squadron, to a storage area at Bob Hope Elementary School at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 26, 2011. More than 100 Airmen from all over Kadena volunteered to help move furniture and supplies at the school after Typhoon Mufia damaged some of the storage areas and classrooms. (U.S. Air Force photo by/Senior Airman Sara Csurilla)
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Posted: 8/30/2011

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KSO kicks off events with ice breaker

Eisa dancers from the Kuwonmoi organization help Brig. Gen. Matt Molloy, 18th Wing commander, reveal the 12th annual Kadena Special Olympics poster at the KSO Pep Rally at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 24. The Eisa dancers are students with the Kuwonmoi organization which holds workshops for locals with special needs. The dancers are also special-needs athletes. The KSO Pep Rally kicked off a series of events leading up to the 12th annual KSO one-day sporting and entertainment event with over 1,000 special-needs athletes and artists participating in a day of competition, music and special recognition. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Natassia Cherne)
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Posted: 8/26/2011

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KSO kicks off events with ice breaker

Tech. Sgt. Jeffrey Ruffenach and Staff Sgt. George Dowling, firefighters representing the 18th Civil Engineer Squadron, present Brig. Gen. Matt Molloy, 18th Wing commander, with a check for over $23,000 for the Kadena Special Olympics at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 24. The firefighters raised the most amount of funds ever this year from their annual "Fill the Boot" fundraiser for the 12th annual KSO. The event is a one-day sporting and entertainment event with over 1,000 special-needs athletes and artists participating in a day of competition, music and special recognition. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Natassia Cherne)
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Posted: 8/26/2011

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KSO kicks off events with ice breaker

Kuwonomi Eisa dancers perform a traditional dance for commanders and their families at the Kadena Special Olympics Pep Rally at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 24. The Eisa dancers are students with the Kuwonmoi organization which holds workshops for locals with special needs. The dancers are also special-needs athletes. The KSO Pep Rally kicked off a series of events leading up to the 12th annual KSO one-day sporting and entertainment event with over 1,000 special-needs athletes and artists participating in a day of competition, music and special recognition. (U.S. Air Force photo/1st Lt. Natassia Cherne)
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Posted: 8/26/2011

Kadena Honor Guard stays sharp, crisp, motionlessKadena Honor Guard stays sharp, crisp, motionless
Kadena Honor Guard stays sharp, crisp, motionless

Airman 1st Class Kristofer Gantenbein, Kadena Honor Guardsman from the 18th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, practices a two-man flag fold with the aid of another guardsman at the Honor Guard building on Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 17. Guardsmen typically practice Wednesdays and Saturdays for a few hours at a time to ensure they stay at their best. Members who try out for honor guard must first attend the two-week training course or T-flight every few months, where they learn a more in-depth sense of attention to detail, a stronger military bearing and how to stay sharp despite being the center of attention. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Maeson L. Elleman)
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Posted: 8/24/2011

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Kadena Honor Guard stays sharp, crisp, motionless

Kadena Honor Guardsmen stand at attention during an open ranks inspection preceding a memorial ceremony on Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 22. There are key differences in the dress and appearance of guardsmen that’s easily distinguishable – silver piping on the legs and around the wrists, taps on the shoes, a “Base Honor Guard” patch just below the silver rope draped around the left shoulder, the Honor Guard badge and the blue “bus driver” cap bearing the Air Force insignia. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Maeson L. Elleman)
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Posted: 8/24/2011

Kadena Honor Guard stays sharp, crisp, motionlessKadena Honor Guard stays sharp, crisp, motionless
Kadena Honor Guard stays sharp, crisp, motionless

Kadena Honor Guardsmen prepare to march down the aisle of Kadena's Chapel One and present the colors during a memorial ceremony Aug. 22. With the motto “To Honor with Dignity” emblazoned on their badges, the guardsmen represent a perfectly polished personification of the word “pristine” while they do just that, whether at the joyous occasion of a change of command or retiring chief master sergeant, or the more solemn events like a memorial or funeral for a fallen service member. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Maeson L. Elleman)
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Posted: 8/24/2011

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Team Kadena defenders process during no-notice ORI

Capt Dave Kruse (center), a Catholic chaplain with the 18th Wing Chaplains gives members of the 18th Security Forces Squadron a pre-deployment brief during a no-notice Operational Readiness Inspection at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug 19. Team Kadena conducted several local operational readiness exercises in preparation for this inspection. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Lakisha A. Croley)
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Posted: 8/19/2011

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Team Kadena defenders process during no-notice ORI

Brig. Gen. Matt Molloy (center), 18th Wing commander, receives pre-deployment briefings along with members of the 18th Security Forces Squadron during a no-notice Operational Readiness Inspection at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug 19. The Pacific Air Force Inspector General team evaluated the 18th Wing on overall operational preparedness and combat capability. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Lakisha A. Croley)
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Posted: 8/19/2011

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Team Kadena defenders process during no-notice ORI

Brig. Gen. Matt Molloy (center), 18th Wing commander gives a brief statement before he and members of the 18th Security Forces Squadron receive their pre-deployment briefs during a no-notice operational readiness inspection at Kadena Air Base, Japan, Aug. 19. Team Kadena was graded on combat capability and over all operational preparedness. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Lakisha A. Croley)
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Posted: 8/19/2011

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Kadena goes postal

Yutaka Takaesu and Hiromichi Ginama, postal specialists at Kadena Air Base's Post Office, write package notices for post office patrons Aug. 17 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Members of the Kadena post office have been working around the clock since Typhoon Muifa delayed thousands of pieces of mail from getting to the base. They have processed more than 3,805 pieces of Express, Letter-Class, Priority and Space Available mail totaling 83,829.5 lbs since the 60-hour typhoon. "The active duty Airmen and local nationals of the post office strive to process and deliver mail to Team Kadena within 24 hours of receiving mail trucks," said Wong. "The post office receives two to three trucks of mail on a daily basis." (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sara Csurilla)
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Posted: 8/18/2011

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Kadena goes postal

Senior Airman Roy Ramon, a postal specialist with the 18th Communications Squadron, places packages in their assigned places before being mailed inside the base post office Aug. 17 at Kadena Air Base, Japan. Members of the Kadena post office have been working around the clock since Typhoon Muifa delayed thousands of pieces of mail from getting to the base. They have processed more than 3,805 pieces of Express, Letter-Class, Priority and Space Available mail totaling 83,829.5 lbs since the 60-hour typhoon. "The active duty Airmen and local nationals of the post office strive to process and deliver mail to Team Kadena within 24 hours of receiving mail trucks," said Wong. "The post office receives two to three trucks of mail on a daily basis." (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Sara Csurilla)
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Posted: 8/18/2011

    

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