Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka

Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka

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YOKOSUKA, Japan (April 28, 2022) - Students from DODEA Kinnick High School's senior class pose for a photo on the flight deck aboard the U.S. Navy's only forward-deployed aircraft carrier, USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76). The class voted to have their class photo taken aboard USS Ronald Reagan as many of the students have parents who are members of the crew. (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 3rd Class Gray Gibson)
DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY 2022 ASIAN AMERICAN PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE MONTH

Each May, the Department of the Navy (DON) joins the Nation in honoring Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders for their contributions to our Nation. This year's theme, "Advancing Leaders through Collaboration," speaks to furthering diversity and inclusion by fostering a culture of openness, trust, and transparency.

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have a rich legacy of service and sacrifice to our Nation. During World War II, the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, comprised of enlisted and volunteer soldiers of Japanese descent, bravely fought to defend the United States. Despite the reality that many in their family were in incarceration camps, the 442nd Regiment became the most decorated unit in American history with 21 of its members receiving Medals of Honor. In 1942, Lieutenant Susan Ahn Cuddy became the first Korean American woman to enlist in the U.S. military, later becoming the first female Navy gunnery officer; and in 1963, after extraordinary heroism in the Korean War, Major Kurt Chew-Een Lee became the first Asian-American to serve as a regular officer in the United States Marine Corps.

Today, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders continue to contribute at the highest levels of leadership. In 2015, Admiral Harry B. Harris, the first four-star Admiral of Asian descent, assumed Command of U.S. Pacific Command. More recently, in 2021, Ms. Giao Phan became the first Asian American woman to serve as the Executive Director for the Naval Sea Systems Command, overseeing a global workforce of more than 85,000 military and civilian personnel.

Currently, more than 68,000 of the DON's total force are Asian American, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander. They work collaboratively alongside their fellow Sailors, Marines, and civilians to develop innovative solutions to the complex problems faced today. Together, we are shaping the future of the DON and unfolding the limitless possibilities of a collaborative, diverse, and inclusive workforce.

I encourage you to learn more about the cultural heritage and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders to our Nation at https://asianpacificheritage.gov/

Released by the Honorable Carlos Del Toro, Secretary of the Navy
Holidays In Japan: May 5th is Children’s Day (formerly “Boy’s Day”) in Japan. It is a day spent wishing for the happiness of children as well as a day of appreciation for mothers.
Happy May the Fourth to all you Star Wars fans! CFAY has certainly had some wonderful memories over the years connected to the culture of Star Wars with May the Fourth celebrations, movie premieres, and not to mention that Mark Hamill is a graduate of Kinnick High School. Enjoy this and May the Fourth Be With You!
2022 Yokosuka - Overseas COLA - Living Pattern Survey Deadline is this Friday!

You have until May 6th to complete your Living Pattern Survey. Just a few days remain to affect change where COLA is concerned. We are asking for a strong push to increase the completion rate of the survey. We are getting data that shows a lot of service members/family members are starting the survey, but not completing it. Incomplete surveys are not counted towards the analysis.

As of last count, CFAY still needed 640 or more people to take the survey in order to meet our sample size goal of 5188 participants. Along with that 640, we still have 1,450 personnel who have started the survey but have not completed it. That data will not count unless those survey-takers finish the survey.


Command leaders are highly encouraged to make sure their personnel are afforded the opportunity to take this survey.

Below is the unique survey link for Yokosuka. Most of us will be using the Yokosuka link but if you live elsewhere, please go to the Defense Travel Office active survey page (provided below) and select the area that best applies to you. You will also find quick links and resources to help you with the survey.

Yokosuka: https://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/Community/se/251137451F77E98E?fbclid=IwAR0Y4jcusk2-C_j5H9BpYLzhwDHJk6H35yK1HrOXn2VeuyB1_dEC6D11HFs

Defense Travel Office Active Surveys with Quick Links and Resources can be found here: https://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/site/colaSurvey.cfm?fbclid=IwAR1-b9qqd5-rlBE_fUBs9_Xwkr8cx97w8C2j6yZ0AZ0s7wVUhQxj2GE3HJk
YOKOSUKA, Japan (May 2, 2022) The third part of a three part series on the history of the dry docks located on Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka. This video focuses on the history of the dry docks from 1940 to the present. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Sean Lynch)
Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY) welcomed 15 followers of the CFAY Japanese Twitter page for a tour of CFAY and USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76). The followers were selected from more than 300 applicants. The tour included a visit to base headquarters, dry docks, and concluded with a tour aboard USS Ronald Reagan. (U.S. Navy photos by Tetsuya Morita)
Mother's Day is right around the corner. MWR has you covered for brunch at 3 locations.

From Yokosuka MWR Happenings "Treat Mom to a delicious Mother's Day Brunch at her favorite MWR club on May 8! For more information, or for questions about menu items, please call the club of your choice at the number listed on the ad."
YOKOSUKA, Japan (Apr. 28, 2022) – Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka’s (CFAY) Fleet and Family Readiness (FFR) recognizes volunteers from Yokosuka at its annual volunteer luncheon and awards ceremony. Volunteers contributed a total of 31,359 hours of their time in 2021, serving in various roles with FFR. (U.S. Navy photo by Garrett Cole) FFSC Yokosuka Japan Yokosuka MWR Happenings Yokosuka Child & Youth Programs
The April 29th Edition of My CFAY Weekly is now available! In this issue: SAPR Team Brings Awareness, Earth Day, Mother's Day Events, Outside the Gate, News and Notices and much more. Click the link to get your copy today!https://seahawkumitaka.files.wordpress.com/2022/04/my-cfay-weekly-april-29.pdf
YOKOSUKA, Japan (April 28, 2022) Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY) held an Emergency Family Assistance Center (EFAC) exercise in the Community Readiness Center onboard CFAY. The exercise is part of Typhoon Ready/Reliant Gale 2022 which prepares the installation for severe weather events. (U.S. Navy photos by Emiley L. Murphy)


View from downtown Yokosuka looking towards the base then and now.

Date for the black and white photos is unknown. If you look in the distance, you can make out Buildings C-1 and C-2 towards the upper left side of the black and white images.

The official page for CFAY. Website: https://cnrj.cnic.navy.mil/Installations/CFA-Yokosuka/ Posts that violate guidelines will be removed.

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Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 25/01/2023

**Upcoming concerts courtesy of Yokosuka MWR Happenings and Armed Forces Entertainment**

Don't miss Grammy nominated band Hoobastank LIVE at Fleet Theater on Wednesday, February 8! This alt rock, post grunge, nu metal group still goes hard and to celebrate over 20 years of making music together, they’re coming your way on a huge victory tour. Their platinum singles “Crawling In The Dark”, “Running Away” and “Remember Me” are sure to have you screaming along. For more information, please call 243-5215 / 046-816-5215 or 241-5060 /046-86-5060. Show is free and open to all hands.

Join us at Fleet Theater on Friday, February 17 as Grammy award winning band Halestorm brings their high energy brand of metal to Yokosuka! For more information, please call 243-5215 / 046-816-5215 or 241-5060 / 046-896-5060.

25/01/2023

The U.S. Navy will be conducting an exercise on Thursday, January 26, 2023, in preparation for the annual U.S.-Japan Joint Drill.

Traffic may be restricted on Howard Street near Berth 12 and on San Diego Street near the Naval Hospital between 0830 and 1130.

25/01/2023

Reminder that RLSO WESTPAC is providing legal assistance services directly in Ikego every other Wednesday, including today. Stop by the Ikego Command Liaison Office, Bldg. 831. for a Notary, Power of Attorney, or to speak to an attorney!

Reminder that RLSO WESTPAC is providing legal assistance services directly in Ikego every other Wednesday, including tomorrow (25 January). Stop by the Ikego Command Liaison Office, Bldg. 831. for a Notary, Power of Attorney, or to speak to an attorney!

23/01/2023

The Honorable Gilbert R. Cisneros Jr., Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness will participate in a Civilian Medical Town Hall on 31 Jan. from 1200-1330 at Fleet Theater.

If you can't be in attendance, you can submit your question via email to [email protected]. We will be taking those questions up until 1600 tomorrow and then we will forward them up the chain of command.

23/01/2023

From Americable International Japan Inc.

Subject: Americable emergency system maintenance for Yokosuka, Ikego and Atsugi – (24 January 2023)

Dear Americable Customers,
Americable will be conducting emergency maintenance to replace the firewall servicing Yokosuka, Ikego and Atsugi. There will be a disruption of Internet service in the areas indicated below during this maintenance.

Maintenance type:
Network equipment replacement
Services Affected:
Internet and TV
Time Frame:
Start: 24 January 2023, Tuesday 00:01 JST
End: 24 January 2023, Tuesday 03:00 JST

Affected Customers: All Yokosuka, Ikego and Atsugi customers.
Customers will experience an interruption of Internet and Television service throughout this maintenance period. Please do not adjust your computer equipment settings during this period.

We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your patience. If you have any questions about this outage, please call 241-2288 and press 2 during the recording.

Regards,
Americable Intl Japan, Inc.

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 22/01/2023

FYSA: Womble Gate Closure for the evening of the 24th.

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 20/01/2023

The latest issue of My CFAY Weekly is now available.

In this issue: MLK Celebrations and Observances, FFSC Events and Classes, MWR Trips and Events, Beyond the Gate and more! Click the link to get your copy today.
https://seahawkumitaka.files.wordpress.com/2023/01/my-cfay-weekly-jan-20.pdf

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 20/01/2023

CFAY hosted an awards ceremony honoring the achievements and service of their Sailors and civilians. Congratulations on your outstanding work!

19/01/2023

Kobudo" demonstration by Master Yasuda Hachidan

YOKOSUKA, Japan (Dec. 19, 2022) - A Pacific Update highlighting a martial arts demonstration hosted by Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka Morale, Welfare, and Recreation. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Robert Stamer/Released)

19/01/2023

CFAY Security will be impounding bicycles that are not properly registered and/or abandoned on 23 January and 24 January in the following areas: Shobu Heights, Tsubaki Heights, Sanban Tower, Niban Tower, Ichiban Tower, Himawari Heights, Navy Lodge, Bara Heights, and Ume Heights.

19/01/2023

ice.disa.mil

Commander, U.S. Naval Forces Japan is still taking I.C.E. comments regarding medical services at installation hospitals.

"CNFJ/CNRJ would like to continue to thank all who have provided comments about how changes to the availability of medical services at installation hospitals have impacted you and your family. The responses have been overwhelming and we understand your frustrations in attempting to get adequate medical care for your family and yourself.
Unfortunately, we do not have the ability to respond to every ICE comment. Every comment is being read and logged to document what is happening to the stakeholders that are affected by the policy set forth by DHA. As this issue is still ongoing, with no end in sight, please continue to use the below link to provide comments.
Please continue to submit ICE comments about experiences in seeking medical services from Japanese medical providers, especially those who have been denied medical services by the Japanese Medical System. Share your experiences, in detail, so that information can be collected, evaluated and assessed. USFJ and INDOPACOM are very interested in knowing how difficult it is to get adequate healthcare for civilians, contractors, and retirees.
Finally, we would like to solicit comments from those who are thinking about leaving and returning to the United States, due to the new DHA Space A policy. "

ice.disa.mil

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 18/01/2023

YOKOSUKA, Japan (Jan. 17, 2023) Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka's (CFAY) Multicultural Committee hosted a luncheon presentation in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day at the Jewel Of The East General Mess onboard CFAY. (U.S. Navy photos by Garrett N. Cole)

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 18/01/2023

Yokosuka MWR Happenings has Hoobastank lined up for CFAY in February. The Brian McKnight concert has been postponed.

Don't miss Grammy nominated band Hoobastank LIVE at Fleet Theater on Wednesday, February 8! This alt rock, post grunge, nu metal group still goes hard and to celebrate over 20 years of making music together, they’re coming your way on a huge victory tour. Their platinum singles “Crawling In The Dark”, “Running Away” and “Remember Me” are sure to have you screaming along. For more information, please call 243-5215 / 046-816-5215 or 241-5060 /046-86-5060.
Show is free and open to all hands.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Brian McKnight concert originally scheduled for February 12 has been postponed by Armed Forces Entertainment. They are currently looking for replacement dates later this year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

18/01/2023

The U.S. Navy will be conducting an exercise on Thursday, January 19, 2023, in preparation for the annual U.S.-Japan Joint Drill.

Traffic may be restricted on Howard Street near Berth 12 and on San Diego Street near the Naval Hospital between 0830 and 1130.

18/01/2023

The Yokosuka School Complex is looking for School Advisory Committee members. If you are interested, read the flyer and scan the QR code for more information.

17/01/2023

FYSA Ikego Residents:

The following ramps will be closed during night time (2100-0600) due to construction:
- Zushi IC Exit Ramp of Yoko-Yoko Rd. to Route 24. (Please exit from Asahina Interchange)
- Zushi IC Entrance Ramp of Zuyo Shindo to Yoko-Yoko Rd.

Dates : Fri., Jan. 20, 2023 to Mon., Jan. 30, 2023

https://www.e-nexco.co.jp/en/pressroom/kanto/2022/1021/00011903.html

15/01/2023

Each year, on the third Monday in January, the Department of Defense joins the nation in honoring the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

King is remembered as America’s preeminent advocate of nonviolence and a leader of the Civil Rights Movement. While others were fighting for equality by “any means necessary,” he used the power of words and acts of nonviolent resistance. King’s achievements are well documented.

However, few people know of the history and connection he had with the island of Bimini in the Bahamas. King chose Bimini because it was where his friend, politician and civil rights reformer Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. had a home. Artist Tommy Saunders worked as a personal assistant for King during his visits.

Meanwhile, Tommy’s older brother Ansil, a boat builder and champion bonefisher, became King’s guide and friend. He would take King to secluded parts of the island where he could be alone with his thoughts. Like King, Ansil Saunders is a deeply religious man, and the two quickly bonded over their faith.

During one visit to Bimini, King wrote notes for his Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech, which he gave in Oslo in 1964.

In 1968, King returned to the island. Saunders, again, found a quiet place on Bonefish Creek, where King would write his final speech, “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop.”

Saunders shared in a later interview, his conversation with King. He said,
“He told me ‘You know, Ansil, I don’t think I’ll make 40 years old.’” He went on to share, “We didn’t have time to fish because he wanted to just write at that time. He came to Bimini to feel peaceful.”

On April 4, 1968, days after returning from Bimini, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated in Memphis, Tennessee.

The Defense Department recognizes that freedom, equality, and inclusion are true force multipliers and imperative to the national defense and the strength of our nation. Dr. King recognized the power of service. Observing MLK Day through service continues the DoD’s mission of promoting change and building communities.

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 15/01/2023

YOKOSUKA, Japan (Jan. 13, 2023) – Sailors and community members participate in a Martin Luther King Jr. (MLK) 5K run, hosted by Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) to commemorate MLK day onboard Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY). Various associations and committees participated in the event in service and support of MLK Day. For 75 years, CFAY has provided, maintained, and operated base facilities and services in support of the U.S. 7th Fleet's forward-deployed naval forces, tenant commands, and thousands of military and civilian personnel and their families. (U.S. Navy photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Erik M. Rivera Jr.)

13/01/2023

FYSA, there have been several reports that pet food laced with sharp objects have been found on streets, sidewalks and parks in Kanagawa Prefecture. Please use caution if you are out and about walking your pets.

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 13/01/2023

The first 2023 issue of My CFAY weekly is now available! In this issue: Cup of Joe and Breaking the I.C.E. with CFAY commanding officer and USNH leadership, FFSC schedule of classes, more exciting events from MWR and Armed Forces Entertainment, Beyond the Gate and a whole lot more.

Click the link to download your copy today. https://seahawkumitaka.files.wordpress.com/2023/01/my-cfay-weekly-jan-13.pdf

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 13/01/2023

CFAY hosted an awards ceremony honoring the achievements and service of their Sailors and civilians. Congratulations on your outstanding work!

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 12/01/2023

Hey CFAY and Ikego, Cup of Joe and Breaking the Ice will be occurring next week with leadership from the U.S. Naval Hospital Yokosuka.

- Ikego Detachment will host Cup of Joe With The CO (Jan. 18 from 0800-0900) in the Party Room at Nikko Tower.
- Main Base will host Breaking the Ice (Jan. 19 at noon) at CFAY Headquarters, located in Building C2.

Both events will have leadership from Naval Hospital Yokosuka available for your questions.

Email your questions ahead of time to [email protected] .

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 12/01/2023

YOKOSUKA, Japan (Jan. 11, 2023) — Members of the R&B group, Dru Hill perform a 25th anniversary concert hosted by Armed Forces Entertainment at the Fleet Theater onboard Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY). (U.S. Navy Photos by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Conner Houghtaling) Yokosuka MWR Happenings Armed Forces Entertainment

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 11/01/2023

Holiday hours for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, Jan. 16th. As we get notices from other departments and services we will add them to this post.

Photos from Ikego Detachment's post 11/01/2023

Commissary CLICK2GO Delivery is now avaliable in Ikego!

Pick-up location will be at the very end of the Ikego Mini NEX Parking lot on Wednesdays between 1330-1430.

Place your orders now!

11/01/2023

The U.S. Navy will be conducting an exercise on Thursday, January 12, 2023, in preparation for the annual U.S.-Japan Joint Drill.

Traffic may be restricted on Howard Street near Berth 12 and on San Diego Street near the Naval Hospital between 0830 and 1130.

11/01/2023

Don't miss American Music Award nominated R&B group Dru Hill LIVE at Fleet Theater TONIGHT (1/11)! Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. The show is free, and seats are available on a first come, first served basis.

Don't miss American Music Award nominated R&B group Dru Hill LIVE at Fleet Theater TONIGHT (1/11)! Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. The show is free, and seats are available on a first come, first served basis.
With more than 40 million records sold, and sold-out live concerts worldwide, Dru Hill is celebrating the band’s success with this 25th anniversary tour presented by Armed Forces Entertainment at

11/01/2023

CFAY Security will be impounding bicycles that are not properly registered and/or abandoned on 16 January and 17 January in the following areas: Navy Exchange/Commissary, Ayame Heights, Fuji Heights, Ajisai Heights, Satsuki Heights, Purdy Fitness Center, Command Hill, and Food Court.

10/01/2023

JAG is coming to Ikego!

Need a Notary or a Power of Attorney? Come out tomorrow, or every other Wednesday, to the Ikego Command Liaison Office, Bldg. 831, for assistance with your legal needs. Contact the Regional Legal Support Office for more information at [email protected] .

09/01/2023

THE GIANT VOICE is an informational podcast focusing on issues and concerns from personnel assigned to Commander, Fleet Activities Yokosuka (CFAY). Every two weeks, our team of military broadcasters will tackle a new subject or community issue revolving around life at CFAY.

Join us for In Episode 5 as we speak to CFAY's own commanding officer Capt. Les Sobol about some of your concerns, how CFAY has changed in the past year, and what we all have to look forward to in 2023.

Episodes can be found on CFAY's DVIDS page as well as most of your favorite streaming platforms:

DVIDS: https://www.dvidshub.net/podcast/549/the-giant-voice
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5BFV4tG5qYYlv6er1Zr19b
Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../the-giant-voice/id1652939352
Amazon: https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/4c5d3581-6951-48a0-8d35-bb13f8fe581a/the-giant-voice
Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/the-giant-voice

09/01/2023

The U.S. Navy, City of Yokosuka, and Government of Japan will be conducting a series of exercises for the annual U.S.-Japan Joint Drill on the following dates:

January 12, 2023
January 19, 2023
January 26, 2023
February 2, 2023

Traffic may be restricted on Howard Street near Berth 12 and on San Diego Street near the Naval Hospital between 0830 and 1130 on each date.

09/01/2023

Motorcycle Safety Foundation BRC 1 class is scheduled for 4-5 February 2023. You must have your own motorcycle for this class. Enroll thru the GLOBAL TRAINING tab on the ESAMS website. https://esams.cnic.navy.mil/ESAMS_GEN_2/Login

All enrollees will be waitlisted until all pre-requirements identified in ESAMS are met. Active duty personnel have priority.

For Motorcycle licensing requirements please contact the Base Safety Office at 243-7354/2471

For enrollment inquiries, please contact the CNRJ Safety Program Director at 243-9635.

09/01/2023

From Yokosuka MWR Happenings and MWR Athletics Yokosuka:

Celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at our MLK 5K Run on Friday, January 13 at Purdy Gym Pavilion! For more info, please call 241-4486 / 046-896-4486.

Come out to earn the FIRST Captain's Cup points of the year and season. MLK 5K.

Celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at our MLK 5K Run on Friday, January 13 at Purdy Gym Pavilion! For more info, please call 241-4486 / 046-896-4486.

08/01/2023

FYSA. The drive-up ATM will be out of service starting today Jan. 9th and with an estimated return to service on Jan 18th.

08/01/2023

Tuesday, January 10th at 14:30 in the FFSC auditorium, there will be a "Kobudo" demonstration by Master Yasuda Hachidan (8th degree black belt). Event is open to everyone.

Special guest Master Yasuda has been practicing for 40 years and is a licensed 8-dan (8th degree black belt) in jyo-do and 6-dan in iai-do.

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 06/01/2023

CFAY hosted an awards ceremony honoring the achievements and service of their Sailors. Congratulations on your outstanding work!

06/01/2023

Japanese National Holiday

“Seijin-no-Hi” or “Coming of Age Day” is a day to honor young people who have come of age as new members of adult society. It is held on the 2nd Monday of January, which falls on Jan. 9th this year.

05/01/2023

An Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA) Utility Expense Survey is currently open until 31 March 2023.

The survey is designed to collect expense data for utilities and recurring maintenance expenses paid by service members in overseas private housing. This data will be used to determine future Utility/Recurring Maintenance Allowances.

The following personnel are encouraged to participate in the survey:
- Members stationed in country for at least 6 months
- Members residing in privately leased quarters
- Members receiving an OHA

Survey takes approximately 15 minutes and located at:
https://www.travel.dod.mil/Allowances/Overseas-Housing-Allowance/OHA-Data-Collection-Surveys/fbclid/IwAR0qPoVCalKinUkGeH1vhhcOxNw9FJIBkmiC8j_3mu2yh-Z98FZIPX5-UjQ/

An Overseas Housing Allowance (OHA) Utility Expense Survey is currently open until 31 March 2023.

The survey is designed to collect expense data for utilities and recurring maintenance expenses paid by service members in overseas private housing. This data will be used to determine future Utility/Recurring Maintenance Allowances.

The following personnel are encouraged to participate in the survey:
- Members stationed in country for at least 6 months
- Members residing in privately leased quarters
- Members receiving an OHA

Survey takes approximately 15 minutes and located at:
https://www.travel.dod.mil/Allowances/Overseas-Housing-Allowance/OHA-Data-Collection-Surveys/

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05/01/2023

FYSA: Zushi Interchange Exit Ramp of Yokohama-Yokosuka Road will be closed during night time (2100-0600) due to construction:

Dates : Tuesday, January 10, 2023 thru Monday, January 16, 2023

Please EXIT from ASAHINA Interchange to return to Ikego Housing Detachment.

https://www.e-nexco.co.jp/en/important_info/2022/zushi.html

Photos from Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka's post 04/01/2023

Upcoming events from Armed Forces Entertainment and Yokosuka MWR Happenings.

Tonight: Get ready to laugh until your belly hurts as Armed Forces Entertainment presents live stand up comedy with Daniel Dugar and Friends at Club Alliance's Sharky's Roadhouse on Thursday, January 5! For more information, please call 241-5060 / 046-896-5060.

Next Wednesday: With more than 40 million records sold, and sold-out live concerts worldwide, Dru Hill is celebrating the band’s success with this 25th anniversary tour presented by Armed Forces Entertainment at Yokosuka's Fleet Theater on January 11! The show is free, and seats are available on a first come, first served basis.

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From Yokosuka MWR Happenings: Calling all ghouls and goblins...join MWR on Berkey Field for spooky fun at our Halloween ...
CFAY Friendship Day 2022
Friendship Day has concluded. Here are the final seconds of tonight’s fireworks. Thank you to all our guests and volunte...
Friendship Day has been a blast so far! Hope everyone is having a wonderful time! Yoko-Pon certainly is!
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CFAY 3Q Town Hall
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Connect to Protect: Support is Within Reach
FFSC Hosts a College Graduation Ceremony

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Yokosuka-shi, 237-0061

海洋有用物質の探索と生産システムの開発研究チーム 日本語:http://www.jams

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