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    • bilateral coordination [Image 1 of 7]

      bilateral coordination [Image 1 of 7]

      Photo by Capt. Cain Claxton   |   593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command   |   11.28.2017

      I Corps and 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command Soldiers coordinate with Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force counterparts Nov. 29, 2017, ahead of Yama Sakura 73. Yama Sakura is a bilateral command post exercise joining I Corps, 593rd ESC and other Army elements with soldiers from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. Held annually, YS moves each year to different regions of Japan to train......

    • legal [Image 2 of 7]

      legal [Image 2 of 7]

      Photo by Capt. Cain Claxton   |   593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command   |   12.09.2017

      Lt. Col. Mike Dolge, I Corps transportation officer, confers with Maj. Katy Spencer, 593rd Expeditionary Command legal counsel, during Yama Sakura 73 Dec. 10, 2017. Yama Sakura is a bilateral command post exercise joining I Corps, 593rd ESC and other Army elements with soldiers from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. Held annually, YS moves each year to different regions of Japan to train......

    • bilat rehearsal [Image 3 of 7]

      bilat rehearsal [Image 3 of 7]

      Photo by Capt. Cain Claxton   |   593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command   |   12.03.2017

      I Corps and 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command Soldiers conduct a sustainment rehearsal Dec. 4, 2017, ahead of Yama Sakura 73. Yama Sakura is a bilateral command post exercise joining I Corps, 593rd ESC and other Army elements with soldiers from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. Held annually, YS moves each year to different regions of Japan to train with regional armies. This year,......

    • bilat sustainment [Image 4 of 7]

      bilat sustainment [Image 4 of 7]

      Photo by Capt. Cain Claxton   |   593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command   |   12.03.2017

      Soldiers from Japan and United States conduct a bilateral sustainment rehearsal Dec. 4 ahead of Yama Sakura 73. Yama Sakura is a bilateral command post exercise joining I Corps, 593rd ESC and other Army elements with soldiers from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. Held annually, YS moves each year to different regions of Japan to train with regional armies. This year, I Corps, 593rd ESC,......

    • Intel [Image 5 of 7]

      Intel [Image 5 of 7]

      Photo by Capt. Cain Claxton   |   593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command   |   12.07.2017

      Pfc. Anthony Sterlavage compares intelligence data during Yama Sakura 73 on Dec. 8, 2017. Yama Sakura is a bilateral command post exercise joining I Corps, 593rd ESC and other Army elements with soldiers from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. Held annually, YS moves each year to different regions of Japan to train with regional armies. This year, I Corps, 593rd ESC, and 17th Field......

    • Teamwork [Image 6 of 7]

      Teamwork [Image 6 of 7]

      Photo by Capt. Cain Claxton   |   593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command   |   12.10.2017

      Soldiers from the 593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command pose for a photo at the conclusion of Yama Sakura 73 Dec. 11, 2017. Yama Sakura is a bilateral command post exercise joining I Corps, 593rd ESC and other Army elements with soldiers from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. Held annually, YS moves each year to different regions of Japan to train with regional armies. This year, I......

    • Fight Together [Image 7 of 7]

      Fight Together [Image 7 of 7]

      Photo by Capt. Cain Claxton   |   593rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command   |   11.30.2017

      A U.S. Soldier, center, joins Japanese counterparts for a Judo demonstration during Yama Sakura 73 Nov. 30, 2017. Yama Sakura is a bilateral command post exercise joining I Corps, 593rd ESC and other Army elements with soldiers from the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force. Held annually, YS moves each year to different regions of Japan to train with regional armies. This year, I Corps, 593rd......

    • It's a hard bark life [Image 1 of 23]

      It's a hard bark life [Image 1 of 23]

      Photo by Airman 1st Class Greg Erwin   |   18th Wing Public Affairs   |   12.12.2017

      Gravestones are used to honor the service and ultimate sacrifice of military working dogs that served at Kadena Air Base, Japan. The military working dogs assigned to Kadena serve between 10 and 12 years depending on breed. (U.S. Air Force photo by Airman 1st Class Greg Erwin)...