Perspective is defined as the way you “look” at something. Through the lens of Liberia-native Lance Corporal BenJay Williams, we take a “look” becoming an American citizen. Originally aired on American Forces Network, Iwakuni local programming and created for the United States Marine Corps.
Marines have to run 3 miles every year as a part of their annual Physical Fitness Test. One Iwakuni resident runs that everyday… and then some.
Originally appeared on the American Forces Network.
When a sailor is about to become a Chief Petty Officer, he or she must go through CPO 365 training. It is during this training they receive a mysterious box that they tell no one of the contents. What’s inside? Is it a book… a bottle of whiskey… or is it a severed head? I investigated to find out.
Originally aired locally on American Forces Network, Iwakuni, and made for the United States Marine Corps.
What happens when it’s “too expensive” to bring a pet dog home from Japan? The short and terrible answer: often nothing good. Thankfully for one kuni-dog, Ace, he finally found a fur-ever home.
Story originally aired on American Forces Network Iwakuni.
In a small room where no one can see them, 2 Marines and 2 Japanese Self-Defense Force personnel fold the American and Japanese flags each evening with the utmost respect.
Story originally appeared on the American Forces Network.
We all know what a “blackout” is so… what’s a greenout? AFN Iwakuni’s Sgt Jonathon House finds out.
Originally aired on American Forces Network television.
As Sgt Jonathon House, I had the pleasure of interviewing General Joseph Dunford when he was the Commandant of the Marine Corps (he is now the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff).
Originally aired on the American Forces Network.
EOD and the Royal Thai Air Force joined forces to work on their post-blast investigative skills at Operation Cobra gold 2014 in the Kingdom of Thailand. Story originally aired on the American Forces Network.