38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade

38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade

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Oh, Those were the days! Being in the Army, Collection Cheech & Chong Albums & Watching the Cheech & Chong Movies! Those were the days! Those Were The Days! ->> Cheech & Chong, Up In Smoke:
I want to take this opportunity to remind you Veterans in our areas, about our HAWKER Lunch Get-Together each month. We invite All Us Army & U S M C - Missile Air Defense Artillery Veterans as well as our support personnel who served with us, to join us. For Upstate South Carolina -> We are meeting at 11:30AM (Third Thursday each month) 7/16/20, in Mauldin, SC, at 447 W. Butler Rd. 29662 - Same place where Mauldins Kitchen was located, Under A New Owner as a BBQ Restaurant. & for Upstate North Carolina -> We are meeting at 11:30AM (second Tuesday each month) 7/14/20, in Marion, NC, at 2070 Rutherford Rd. 28752 - (on business Hwy. 221) at Countryside Barbeque. Come join us if you can
Alright Now, Finished Fixing Up Our New Camper! Easy on gas & very spacious. LOVE IT!
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This post has gone over very well, so I want to share it with you guys too: BEWARE YOUR CHOICE FOR DEFENSE! Here's a story about 'The Electric Fence & The Lawnmower'. "We have a 6' Square Tube & Welded Wire Fence in our front yard. Last Saturday, when I heard some Thieving Punks might be bringing their BS out to the country, I wanted to make sure they ran into a little resistance before meeting my Kimber 9mm. So, I got an Electric Fence & ran a Single Wire along the Top of the Fence. Actually, I got the Biggest Cattle Charger, Tractor Supply had available for 12.5 Miles of Fence. I then used an 8' long Ground Rod, welded a 1/2 Masonry Bit to a piece of Round Rod & sunk the Ground Rod 7.5' into the ground, down to the limestone. The Ground Rod is the key, with the more you have in the ground, the better the fence works. On Wednesday, my Idiot Neighbors hired Another Idiot to trim all their Oak Trees, (yes, in June, so now they will all probably die of oak wilt), but that’s a whole other story. So,1 of the Limbs came crashing down on top of my Fence, leaving the Main Wire down in my yard. SO, yesterday, I was mowing the yard with my 5HP Briggs & Stratton Push Mower. I knew for a fact that I had unplugged the Fence Charger, so I pushed the Mower around the Wire, then reached down to grab it, to throw it out of the way. Well, my sweet little wife had seen that the Fence Charger was Unplugged & thought 1 of our dogs had managed to knock it loose. SO, She Plugged It Back In For Me! How very thoughtful of her. & there I was, standing there, with the running Lawnmower in my right hand & the 1.21 Giga-Volt Fence Wire in the other hand. Keep in mind the Fence Charger is about the size of A Marine Battery & has a picture of an Upside Down Cow On Fire on the cover. Time.......Stood........Still.......... The first thing I notice is my pecker trying to climb up the front side of my body. My ears curled downwards & I could feel the Lawnmower Ignition firing in the backside of my brain. Every time that Briggs & Stratton rolled over, I could feel the Spark in my head. I was literally 'At 1 With The Engine'. It seems as though the Fence Charger & that damn Lawnmower were fighting over who would control my Electrical Impulses. Now, Science says you cannot Poop, Pee & Vomit at the same time. I Beg To Differ! Not only did I do all 3 at once, but my Bowels emptied 3 different times in less than 1/2 second. It was a Matrix kind of Bowel Movement, where time is creeping along, you're all leaned back & BAM BAM BAM, you just sh*t your pants 3 times. It seemed like there were minutes in between but in reality it was so close together it was like exhaust pulses from a HEMI turning 8 grand. At this point I was about 30 minutes, (maybe 2 seconds) into holding onto the Fence Wire. My hand was wrapped around the Wire, palm down, so I couldn't let go. I grew up on a Ranches, so I knew all about Electric Fences, but Grandpa always had those Piece of Sh*t Chargers made by International or whoever that were possibly 9 Volts & just kinda tickled. This 1, I Could Not Let Go Of! That 8' long Ground Rod was accepting signals from me through the Solid Limestone Rock. At this point, I was thinking I was going to have to just man up & take it, until the Lawnmower ran out of gas. 'Damn'!, I thought as I remembered, I just filled the tank! So, the Lawnmower was starting to run rough. It had settled into a Loping Run Pattern as if it had some kind of Big Lawnmower Race Cam in it. Covered in Poop, Pee & with my Vomit on my chest, I thought, "Oh God, Please Die. Pleeeeaze Die". But Nooooo! it settles into the Rough Lumpy Cam, idling nicely like a Big Bore Roller Cam Engine waiting for the go command from the driver’s right foot. So, there I was in the middle of June, 104 degrees, 80% Humidity, standing in my own front yard, begging God to kill me. God did not take me that day. He left me there covered in my own fluids to writhe in the misery of my own stupidity had created. I honestly don't know how I got loose from the wire. I woke up laying on the ground hours later. The Lawnmower was beside me, out of gas. It was later on in the day & I was sunburned. There were 2 Large Dead Grass Spots where I had been standing & then Another Long Skinny Dead Spot where the Wire had laid while I was on the ground, still holding on to it. I assume I finally had a seizure & in the resulting thrashing, had somehow let go of the Wire. Upon waking from my Electrically Induced Sleep, I realized a few things: #1, 3 of my Teeth seem to have melted. #2, I had cramps in the bottoms of my feet & my right butt cheek, (not the left, just the right). #3, Poop, Pee & Vomit, all mixed together, did not smell as bad as you might think. #4, My left eye would not open. #5, My right eye would not close. #6, The Lawnmower runs like a sumbitch now! Seriously! I think our little session cleared out some carbon fouling or something, because it was better than new after that. #7, My Nuts are still average size yet they are almost a foot long. #8, I can turn on the TV in the bedroom by farting while thinking of the # 4. (I still don't understand that). This experience has changed my life. I now have a newfound respect for things. I appreciate the little things more & now I will always triple check to make sure the Fence Charger has been unplugged before I mow". (& as if I haven't learned anything at all from this) - "The good news is that if someone does try to come over the fence, I can clearly visualize what my security system will do to him & that gives me a warm, fuzzy feeling all over, which will also remind me to triple check before I mow".
The Light Bulb: WIFE: "Hi Honey. What did you do at work today"? HUSBAND: "I changed a light bulb today". WIFE: "That's all?! I did the laundry, vacuumed the house, washed windows, cooked 3 meals & more! & you just changed a light bulb"? HUSBAND: "Yeah, watch this. I filmed it". https://www.youtube.com/embed/f1BgzIZRfT8?feature=player_embedded ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Spartanburg American Legion post 28, in Spartanburg, SC / TALARC station KN4YQL. Give us a call on the Mt. Mitchell Repeater - N2GE-R in North Carolina, at 145.190 with negative offset at 145.190, no tone & is available on Echo-link, (EVERY THURSDAY - 10:30AM to 12:30PM).
For your laugh for the day, here's Volkswagen Tiguan Horses Laugh commercial from 2016: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U91Zp9wWS30&feature=youtu.be
Brian Shul - From Butterflies To Blackbirds: Brian uses photos & stories as a vehicle to tell an inspired story of hope, overcoming obstacles & daring to dream. From lying near death in the jungles of Southeast Asia to flying the world’s fastest jet, Brian shares his amazing journey in an unforgettable presentation that not only reveals fascinating details of piloting the SR-71, but a meaningful message on life’s opportunities as well.
Oh yes, here we go again! FUNNY OLD MAN LAUGHING:
Thinking about the Failures with SPL Hawk, I began wondering about Other Military Divisions using the Same Track Vehicle. How about Chaparral? Did they use the Same Vehicle & have any issues with it?
Here-ye-go! ->> We've shared this Little Bolt with out Hawk Missile System Veterans before. But not a 'Used Bolt'! Retired 16D Sergeant Sam Collins joined us in Mauldin, SC for our Monthly HAWKER Lunch Get -Together at Mutt's BBQ. Sam & his family came over from Tennessee. He is seen here sitting on my left, between me & his Grand Daughter, with his wife on his Granddaughter's left. Sam told me his ASP Crew changed out these Bolts after each Live Fire & brought them to him. Here you can see it burned from the Missile Exhaust, caused in the fraction of a second as it left the Launcher. I've gone with 2 ASP crews, C 1/2 ADA at Sea Range in 1977 & C 3/7 ADA at Crete in 1978. Both times I went with the Missile Assembly Crew & both times, as I recall, we never changed these out! I understood Permeate Party changed them before the next ASP Crew arrived. At both ASP events, there was 1 Missile already on 1 Launcher waiting for us, we assembled a Missile to load it onto the Other Launcher & we launched 1 of them.
Mark Bloome 38th Brigade - HHB 1/2 ADA Shi Hung Korea 77 - 78 and 79 - 81. Improved Hawk CW Radar Repair.

Welcome to the 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade's official page! 米陸軍第38防空砲兵旅団の公式フェイスブックページにようこそ!

使命: The 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade provide tactical mission command of Army Air and Missile Defense forces within the Indo-Pacific Command outside the Republic of Korea.

Do you have what it takes to be the #BestWarrior?

Don't Forget to cheer on your #PacificGuardians as they compete for the title of U.S. Army Japan Best Warrior NCO and Soldier July 20-23!

Winner of the competition will be announced July 23 and will go on to participate in the upcoming U.S. Army Pacifc Best Warrior Competition!

#ByValorAndPower #WinningMatters
The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) HHB “Lightning Battery,” 38th ADA BDE 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 E-3 ADA THAAD Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC

#USARJBWC #ArmyStrong #ResilencyReigns
U.S. Army Japan 's Best Warrior Competition is coming up soon! Join us July 20-23 where we will have daily highlights right here on the USARJ page! Cheer on your Soldier as they show their fortitude and resiliency throughout the competition! Winner of the competition will be announced July 23 and will go on to participate in the upcoming U.S. Army Pacific Best Warrior Competition!

35th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion (CSSB) 78th Signal Battalion US Army Aviation Battalion - Japan U.S. Army MEDDAC-Japan 311th Military Intelligence Bn United States Army Garrison Japan

CAMP ZAMA, Japan – Major Gen. Viet X. Luong, U.S. Army Japan commander, and USARJ Command Sgt. Maj. Scott A. Beeson awarded Command Sgt. Maj. Neil H. Sartain, 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade CSM, with Legion of Merit and Order of Bushido during an award ceremony July 10.

Luong recognized Sartain for his exceptionally meritorious service while serving as the brigade command sergeant major for the 38th ADA brigade and the 94th Army Air Missile Defense Command from December 2018 to July 2020 offering, "mentorship and leadership" to Soldiers under his charge.

Sartain also received a Letter of Appreciation on behalf of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force's Chief of Staff. The letter was presented by Maj. Gen. Hisanori Miyamoto, JGSDF Air Defense School's commandant for Costello's, "dedication and commitment to the mission," between the JGSDF and the U.S. Army.

Paula Sartain, Sartain's spouse, was also presented the Meritorious Public Service Medal for her, "dedication and commitment {which) greatly enhanced the quality of life for the Soldiers, civilians, and their families," within the Camp Zama community as well as her support as worker for Child and Youth Services.

We wish the Sartains the best of luck as they begin to write the next chapter of their Army story! (U.S. Army Japan photos by Honey Nixon)

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 E-3 ADA THAAD HHB “Lightning Battery,” 38th ADA BDE Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC

#USARJAwards #38thADA #ByValorAndPower
CAMP ZAMA, Japan – Major Gen. Viet X. Luong, U.S. Army Japan commander, and USARJ Command Sgt. Maj. Scott A. Beeson awarded Command Sgt. Maj. Neil H. Sartain, 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade CSM, with Legion of Merit and Order of Bushido during an award ceremony July 10.

Luong recognized Sartain for his exceptionally meritorious service while serving as the brigade command sergeant major for the 38th ADA brigade and the 94th Army Air Missile Defense Command from December 2018 to July 2020 offering, "mentorship and leadership" to Soldiers under his charge.

Sartain also received a Letter of Appreciation on behalf of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force's Chief of Staff. The letter was presented by Maj. Gen. Hisanori Miyamoto, JGSDF Air Defense School's commandant for Costello's, "dedication and commitment to the mission," between the JGSDF and the U.S. Army.

Paula Sartain, Sartain's spouse, was also presented the Meritorious Public Service Medal for her, "dedication and commitment {which) greatly enhanced the quality of life for the Soldiers, civilians, and their families," within the Camp Zama community as well as her support as worker for Child and Youth Services.

We wish the Sartains the best of luck as they begin to write the next chapter of their Army story! (U.S. Army Japan photos by Honey Nixon)

Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston speaks resiliency

Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston, Opp, Alabama native and 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade chaplain, visits Sagamiko Lake, Kanagawa, Japan and continues his #ChaplainsNeighborhood talks on #Resiliency. Chaplain Johnston recommends taking time for yourself, even when you don't think you need a break.

Please continue to like and share Chaplain's #ByValorAndPower weekly message until #TogetherWeWin.

#PacificGuardians #ReadyAndResilient #KillTheVirus

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command U.S. Army Japan 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) HHB “Lightning Battery,” 38th ADA BDE 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC E-3 ADA THAAD

OKINAWA, Japan -- The Soldiers and Family members of 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) worked tirelessly and achieved a lot throughout the second quarter of 2020.

Check out some of these accomplishments featured in the 10th Support Group 2nd Quarter Newsletter.

Outstanding job to everyone; the Snakeye's Battalion would not be as successful without every single one of you!

#ByValorAndPower #PacificGuardians

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command U.S. Army Japan 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 E-3 ADA THAAD 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC

The Soldiers and Family members of the Snakeye's Battalion have worked tirelessly and achieved a lot over the second quarter of 2020. Highlighted is 1st Battalion, 1st Air Defense Artillery's portion of the 10th Support Group U.S Army on Okinawa Q2 Newsletter.

Outstanding job to everyone; the Snakeye's Battalion would not be as successful without every single one of you.

First Among Equals!

#Snakeyes 🐍🎲

HHB 1-1 ADA A/1-1 ADA Bravo Battery 1-1 ADA BN Charlie Battery 1-1 ADA Okinawa, Japan Delta 1-1 ADA 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command

ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam -- Congratulations to the Soldiers of E-3 ADA THAAD who are moving on to their next assignment, newly promoted Staff Sgt. Doyle, and Spc. Opincarne who recently graduated in the top ten percent of their Basic Leaders Course class. Thank you for your #ByValorAndPower hard work and dedication to the mission!

#PacificGuardians
The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC HHB “Lightning Battery,” 38th ADA BDE Andersen Air Force Base, Guam

It has officially started. Everyone’s favorite time.. PCS season for new adventures and a new duty station. Also in between, we have some promotions here and achievements there.

Congratulations to newly promoted SSG Doyle. A well deserved promotion. Awesome job to SPC Opincarne on representing the unit by graduating BLC in the top 10% of his class.

Farewell to SSG Kearns and CW2 Baker from Fire Control. SPC Bush from Headquarters. Lastly, SPC Hughes from Sensor. The unit thanks everyone for their hard work and dedication to the unit.

Cut through Steel!!!

CAMP ZAMA, Japan – Major Gen. Viet X. Luong, U.S. Army Japan commander, and USARJ Command Sgt. Maj. Scott A. Beeson awarded Col. Patrick M. Costello, 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade commander, with a Legion of Merit and Order of Bushido during an award ceremony July 10 prior to the 38th ADA's change of command.

Luong praised Costello for his, "leadership and dedication to duty (which) contributed immeasurably to the combat readiness and mission success," as commander of the 38th ADA from Oct. 2018 to July 2020. Costello's work ethic contributed greatly to the U.S. Army's defense capabilities in Japan while simultaneously bolstering the U.S. Japan alliance.

Costello also received a Letter of Appreciation on behalf of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force's Chief of Staff. The letter was presented by Maj. Gen. Hisanori Miyamoto, JGSDF Air Defense School's commandant for Costello's, "dedication and commitment to the mission," between the JGSDF and the U.S. Army.

Rachel Costello, Costello's spouse, was also presented the Meritorious Public Service Medal for her, "dedication and commitment {which) greatly enhanced the quality of life for the Soldiers, civilians, and their families," within the Camp Zama community.

We wish the Costello family the best of luck on their next duty assignment! (U.S. Army Japan photos by Honey Nixon)

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 E-3 ADA THAAD Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC

#USARJAwards #38thADA #ByValorAndPower
CAMP ZAMA, Japan – Major Gen. Viet X. Luong, U.S. Army Japan commander, and USARJ Command Sgt. Maj. Scott A. Beeson awarded Col. Patrick M. Costello, 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade commander, with a Legion of Merit and Order of Bushido during an award ceremony July 10 prior to the 38th ADA's change of command.

Luong praised Costello for his, "leadership and dedication to duty (which) contributed immeasurably to the combat readiness and mission success," as commander of the 38th ADA from Oct. 2018 to July 2020. Costello's work ethic contributed greatly to the U.S. Army's defense capabilities in Japan while simultaneously bolstering the U.S. Japan alliance.

Costello also received a Letter of Appreciation on behalf of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force's Chief of Staff. The letter was presented by Maj. Gen. Hisanori Miyamoto, JGSDF Air Defense School's commandant for Costello's, "dedication and commitment to the mission," between the JGSDF and the U.S. Army.

Rachel Costello, Costello's spouse, was also presented the Meritorious Public Service Medal for her, "dedication and commitment {which) greatly enhanced the quality of life for the Soldiers, civilians, and their families," within the Camp Zama community.

We wish the Costello family the best of luck on their next duty assignment! (U.S. Army Japan photos by Honey Nixon)

SAGAMI GENERAL DEPOT, Japan – The Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade bid farewell to their commander and welcomed a new one during a change of command ceremony here July 14.

Col. Matthew W. Dalton, #PacificGuardian Brigade commander, officiated the ceremony as Capt. Frederick L. Sherman, the battery's outgoing commander, passed the reins to Capt. Ashley Patrick.

Sherman thanked all the integral sections throughout the brigade during his farewell remarks.

"In less than two years, the mighty 38th has grown from just five personnel and a water buffalo to more than a hundred strong," said Sherman. "We continually increase our capacity and readiness with equipment arrivals, new personnel, facilities, successful exercises and evaluations, inspections and inventories. The dream job for a captain, in a dream location, with a dream team of Soldiers and leaders, ready to execute whenever called upon, and faithful to our ever-evolving mission here in the land of the rising sun."

Sherman, a Birmingham, Alabama native, will be attending the Command General Staff Course at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

Patrick, a Virginia Beach, Virginia native, arrived to Japan from the Air Defense Artillery Captain's Career Course US Army Fort Sill, Oklahoma.

"Col. Matthew W. Dalton and [acting] Command Sgt. Maj. George S. Rupprecht, thank you for giving me the opportunity to lead Soldiers," said Patrick. "It is truly an honor of a lifetime to be in command of HHB “Lightning Battery,” 38th ADA BDE and I am truly grateful and honored to serve in this position. I appreciate your confidence in my ability to serve as a battery commander and I pledge that I will give it my all."

📷s by Sgt. Raquel Birk located at https://www.flickr.com/photos/38thadabrigade/albums/72157715091242861

Special thank you to Command Sgt. Maj. Neil Sartain and the U.S. Army Japan Band - 在日米陸軍軍楽隊 for their attendance and participation in the change of command ceremony.

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) E-3 ADA THAAD 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC

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CAMP ZAMA, Japan – The 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade bid farewell to their command team and welcomed a new one during a change of command and relinquishment of responsibility ceremony here July 10.

Maj. Gen. Viet X. Luong, commanding general, U.S. Army Japan, officiated the ceremony as Col. Patrick M. Costello, the brigade’s outgoing commander, passed the reins to Col. Matthew W. Dalton, and Command Sgt. Maj. Neil H. Sartain relinquished responsibility to acting Command Sgt. Maj. George S. Rupprecht, S3 operations sergeant major.

The 38th ADA Brigade made history Oct. 16, 2018 when it reactivated at Sagami General Depot, Japan after 37 years of inactive service on the 100th anniversary of its inception.

Read the full article at https://www.army.mil/article/237247

U.S. Army photos by Honey Nixon U.S. Army Japan Public Affairs available for viewing at https://www.flickr.com/photos/38thadabrigade/albums/72157715062849862

#ByValorAndPower #PacificGuardians #KnowYourMil #OneTeam

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 E-3 ADA THAAD Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC

flickr.com Col. Patrick M. Costello relinquished command of the 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade to Col. Matthew Dalton W. Dalton and Command Sgt. Maj. Neil H. Sartain relinquished reponsibility during a ceremony hosted by Maj. Gen. Viet X. Luong, commanding general, U.S. Army Japan at Camp Zama Community Cl...

#Allied2Win

As Col. Patrick M. Costello and Command Sgt. Maj. Neil H. Sartain prepared to move on to their next assignments, they bid farewell to relationships forged with their bilateral partners during their tenure with the 38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade. Among these partnerships are the Air Defense Command, Japan Air Self-Defense Force located at Yokota Air Base and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force Air Defense School at Camp Shimoshizu, Chiba. The leaders exchanged tokens of appreciation as they bid farewell to each other and welcomed the new #PacificGuardian Brigade Commander Col. Matthew W. Dalton.

パトリック・M・コステロ大佐とニール・H・サーテイン最先任上級曹長が次の任地へと向かう準備をする中、第38防空砲兵旅団での任期の間に日本側のパートナー、横田基地の航空自衛隊航空総隊と千葉県・下志津駐屯地の陸上自衛隊高射学校との間に築かれた関係に別れを告げました。各々の幹部は感謝の印を交換し別れを告げ、新任旅団長のマシュー・W・ダルトン大佐を歓迎しました。

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command U.S. Army Japan 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) E-3 ADA THAAD 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 HHB “Lightning Battery,” 38th ADA BDE

#PacificGuardians bid far farewell to Capt. Frederick Sherman, HHB “Lightning Battery,” 38th ADA BDE commander, with appreciation plaques during a small ceremony at U.S. Army Sagami General Depot / 米陸軍 相模総合補給廠 July 8. Sherman will officially hand over the reigns to Capt. Ashley Patrick during a change of command ceremony today. He will be attending Command General Staff Course Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Best wishes to you Sir!

📷s by Akira Omori

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) E-3 ADA THAAD 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC U.S. Army Command and General Staff College

The 14th Missile Defense Battery team participated in a beach cleanup community service initiative hosted by the Kyotango City International Association at Kuhimaha Town Beach June 27.

More than 80 people, including people from foreign countries living in Kyotango City, participated. It was a great opportunity to work with the community and to get to know each other.

第14ミサイル防衛中隊チームは6月29日、 京丹後市国際交流協会Kia
が主催した京丹後市久美浜町での海岸清掃を支援しました。京丹後市内在住の外国人や市民の方を含めて約80名が参加しました。地域の方と共に汗を流しお互いを理解する素晴らしい機会となりました。
#OneTeam #FirstLineOfDefense #ByValorAndPower #EyesToTheSky #AlwaysPrepared #Partnerships #Allied2Win #ArmyStrong #Armylife #米軍基地 #京都 #京丹後 #経ヶ岬 #ボランティア
在日米軍司令部

The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command U.S. Army Japan 1-1 ADA (Air Defense Artillery) 10th MDB, Shariki Communications Site 車力通信所 第10ミサイル防衛中隊 E-3 ADA THAAD 14th Missile Defense Battery, KCS, 米軍経ヶ岬通信所, 第14ミサイル防衛中隊 Task Force Talon - 94th AAMDC

The 14th MDB team supported the beach cleanup hosted by Kyotango City International Association at the beach in Kuhimaha Town on June 27th. Approximately 80 people, including people from foreign countries living in Kyotango City, participated. It was a great opportunity to work with the community and to get to know each other.
第14ミサイル防衛中隊チームは6月29日、 京丹後市国際交流協会Kia が主催した京丹後市久美浜町での海岸清掃を支援しました。京丹後市内在住の外国人や市民の方を含めて約80名が参加しました。地域の方と共に汗を流しお互いを理解する素晴らしい機会となりました。

#OneTeam #FirstLineOfDefense #ByValorAndPower #EyesToTheSky #AlwaysPrepared #Partnerships #Allied2Win #ArmyStrong #Armylife #米軍基地 #京都 #京丹後 #経ヶ岬 #ボランティア
在日米軍司令部
U.S. Army Japan
在日米陸軍基地管理本部
The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command
38th Air Defense Artillery Brigade
1st Space Brigade

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Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston speaks resiliency
Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston speaks on the freedom to choose
Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston talks resiliency
Pacific Guardian Fitness
A Day In My Father's Patrol Cap
U.S. Army Japan Army Week Commemorates Army's 245th Birthday
Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston speaks resiliency by avoiding biases
Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston encourages the community to maintain Honor
As it gets warmer, Motorcycle Safety remains a top priority
Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston speaks resiliency
Chaplain (Maj.) Mark A. Johnston talks suicide prevention during COVID-19
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

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Sagamihara-shi, Kanagawa
96343

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政府機関のその他Sagamihara-shi (すべて表示)
US Army Dental Health Activity - Japan US Army Dental Health Activity - Japan
US Army Dental Health Activity, BLDG 704 APO AP 96343-5011
Sagamihara-shi, 2520101

U.S. Army Dental Health Activity, Japan (DENTAC-J) provides the entire scope of dental services for all age groups and beneficiary types. Location : Bldg 704 ( Camp Zama ) Bldg 226 (Torii Station) Sick-Call Walk-in basis

U.S. Army Japan Band - 在日米陸軍軍楽隊 U.S. Army Japan Band - 在日米陸軍軍楽隊
USAG-J Unit 45006 APO AP
Sagamihara-shi, 96338

This is the official page for the United States Army Japan Band.