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PACAF band entertains Ome citizensPACAF band entertains Ome citizens
PACAF band entertains Ome citizens

OME, Japan -- Master Sgt. John Teamer, U. S. Air Force Band of the Pacific, sings to the citizens of Ome during a concert at the city's auditorium May 13. Final Approach, a protocol combo band from Yokota and the Greatlanders, a 15-piece popular music combo from the U.S. Air Force Band of the Pacific at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, have joined forces for a tour of Japan May 6-17. The newly formed Ome-Yokota Friendship Club sponsored the concert. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kimberly Spinner)
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PACAF band entertains Ome citizensPACAF band entertains Ome citizens
PACAF band entertains Ome citizens

OME, Japan -- Staff Sgt. Jeff Hall, U. S. Air Force Band of the Pacific, performs for the citizens of Ome during a concert at the city's auditorium May 13. Final Approach, a protocol combo band from Yokota and the Greatlanders, a 15-piece popular music combo from the Band of the Pacific at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, have joined forces for a tour of Japan May 6-17. The newly formed Ome-Yokota Friendship Club sponsored the concert. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kimberly Spinner)
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PACAF band entertains Ome citizensPACAF band entertains Ome citizens
PACAF band entertains Ome citizens

OME, Japan -- Staff Sgt.Tom Salyers, U. S. Air Force Band of the Pacific, performs for the citizens of Ome during a concert at the city's auditorium May 13. Final Approach, a protocol combo band from Yokota and the Greatlanders, a 15-piece popular music combo from the U.S. Air Force Band of the Pacific at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, have joined forces for a tour of Japan May 6-17. The newly formed Ome-Yokota Friendship Club sponsored the concert. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kimberly Spinner)
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PACAF band entertains Ome citizensPACAF band entertains Ome citizens
PACAF band entertains Ome citizens

OME, Japan -- Staff Sgt. Dave McCormick, U. S. Air Force Band of the Pacific, performs for the citizens of Ome during a concert at the city's auditorium May 13. Final Approach, a protocol combo band from Yokota and the Greatlanders, a 15-piece popular music combo from the U.S. Air Force Band of the Pacific at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska, have joined forces for a tour of Japan May 6-17. The newly formed Ome-Yokota Friendship Club sponsored the concert. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Kimberly Spinner)
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Tama Hills eco tourTama Hills eco tour
Tama Hills eco tour

INAGI CITY, Japan -- Yoshitaka Yamaguchi, 374th Civil Engineer Squadron Environmental Flight, (fourth from right) leads an eco tour of the Tama Hills Recreation Area May 13 for citizens of Inagi City. Yokota civil engineers lead five eco tours each year for citizens of Inagi City and Tama City, two communities which surround the recreation area. The site, a former Japanese Imperial Army munitions processing and storage plant, was so well concealed by the surrounding terrain that it remained undetected by Allied forces throughout World War II. Officials maintain the site's biodiversity and have also erected historical plaques throughout the 250-acre site containing bunkers, foundations and tunnels. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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Tama Hills eco tourTama Hills eco tour
Tama Hills eco tour

INAGI CITY, Japan -- Yoshitaka Yamaguchi, 374th Civil Engineer Squadron Environmental Flight, leads an eco tour of the Tama Hills Recreation Area May 13 for citizens of Inagi City. Yokota civil engineers lead five eco tours each year for citizens of Inagi City and Tama City, two communities which surround the recreation area. The site, a former Japanese Imperial Army munitions processing and storage plant, was so well concealed by the surrounding terrain that it remained undetected by Allied forces throughout World War II. Officials maintain the site's biodiversity and have also erected historical plaques throughout the 250-acre site containing bunkers, foundations and tunnels. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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Tama Hills eco tourTama Hills eco tour
Tama Hills eco tour

INAGI CITY, Japan -- Ammunition bunkers like this one at Tama Hills Recreation Area were used by the Japanese Imperial Army to store munitions prior to and during World War II. The facilities were built according to German specifications and resemble those found in Bavaria. Shortly before Japan's surrender, soldiers saturated most of the area with a highly poisonous chemical. The U.S. Army brought in decontamination and demolition teams to clear the site and check for unexploded ordnance. Yokota civil engineers maintain the site's biodiversity and have also erected historical plaques throughout the 250-acre site containing bunkers, foundations and tunnels. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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Tama Hills eco tourTama Hills eco tour
Tama Hills eco tour

INAGI CITY, Japan -- Ammunition bunkers like this one at Tama Hills Recreation Area were used by the Japanese Imperial Army to store munitions prior to and during World War II. The facilities were built according to German specifications and resemble those found in Bavaria. Shortly before Japan's surrender, soldiers saturated most of the area with a highly poisonous chemical. The U.S. Army brought in decontamination and demolition teams to clear the site and check for unexploded ordnance. Yokota civil engineers maintain the site's biodiversity and have also erected historical plaques throughout the 250-acre site containing bunkers, foundations and tunnels. (U.S. Air Force photo/Osakabe Yasuo)
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PACAF commander visits EielsonPACAF commander visits Eielson
PACAF commander visits Eielson

Gen. Carrol H. "Howie" Chandler, Pacific Air Forces commander, receives a tour of a building currently undergoing renovation May 12, 2009, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. During General Chandlers' visit he had a chance to see current infrastructure progress and future construction plans for quality of life improvements. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Jonathan Snyder)
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Posted: 5/13/2009

PACAF commander visits EielsonPACAF commander visits Eielson
PACAF commander visits Eielson

Gen. Carrol H. "Howie" Chandler, Pacific Air Forces commander, receives a tour of a building currently undergoing renovation May 12, 2009, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. During General Chandlers' visit he had a chance to see current infrastructure progress and future construction plans for quality of life improvements. (U.S. Air Force Photo/Senior Airman Jonathan Snyder)
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Lights outLights out
Lights out

Airman 1st Class Alejandro Velazquez free climbs a utility pole May 12, 2009, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Airman Velazquez prepares the utility pole by removing the fuse cut-outs prior to demolition. The poles are being removed to make a more aesthetically pleasing parking lot. Airman Velazquez is an Electrical Systems technician with the 354th Civil Engineering Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Laura Max)
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Lights outLights out
Lights out

Airman 1st Class Alejandro Velazquez takes a break while free climbing a utility pole May 12, 2009, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska. Airman Velazquez is climbing the pole to remove fuse cut-outs, one of the many steps taken for safety before demolishing the utility poles to make way for a more aesthetically pleasing parking lot. Airman Velazquez is an Electrical Systems technician with the 354th Civil Engineering Squadron. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Laura Max)
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