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  • 1. The 55th annual Camp ZamaThe 55th annual Camp Zama Bon Odori FestivalBon Odori Festival will be heldwill be held on Aug. 2on Aug. 2 from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.from 10:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
  • 2. This is an open-post event with a variety of activitiesThis is an open-post event with a variety of activities including the fireworks display.including the fireworks display. For more information:For more information: 263-7556.263-7556.
  • 3. YukataYukata ObiObi KoshihimoKoshihimo (sash) x2(sash) x2 ObiitaObiita Face towel x 2Face towel x 2 Geta or ZoriGeta or Zori LadiesLadies
  • 4. You can wear spandex shorts andYou can wear spandex shorts and a tank top or a V-neck shirta tank top or a V-neck shirt underneath Yukata.underneath Yukata. LadiesLadies
  • 5. LadiesLadies Koshihimo needs to be longKoshihimo needs to be long enough to go twice aroundenough to go twice around your torso just aboveyour torso just above the hipbone and be able to tie.the hipbone and be able to tie.
  • 6. YukataYukata ObiObi ObishitaObishita Geta or ZoriGeta or Zori GentlemenGentlemen
  • 7. GentlemenGentlemen Koshihimo needs to be long enough toKoshihimo needs to be long enough to go twice around your torso just abovego twice around your torso just above the hipbone and be able to tie.the hipbone and be able to tie. You can wear spandex shorts and aYou can wear spandex shorts and a tank top or a V-neck shirt underneathtank top or a V-neck shirt underneath Yukata.Yukata.
  • 8. HekoobiHekoobi GetaGeta YukataYukata ChildrenChildren
  • 9. Please do not park any vehiclesPlease do not park any vehicles in the parking space at the South Side of Bldg. 101in the parking space at the South Side of Bldg. 101 during the hours listed below:during the hours listed below: Date & Time:Date & Time: Aug. 1 from 6 p.m. to Aug. 3 noon.Aug. 1 from 6 p.m. to Aug. 3 noon. Parking Lot Closure InformationParking Lot Closure Information
  • 10. For more information:For more information: 263-8379 or 263-3671263-8379 or 263-3671 046-407-8379 or 3671046-407-8379 or 3671 Parking Lot Closure InformationParking Lot Closure Information
  • 11. DPW is currently repairing the pavementDPW is currently repairing the pavement at the main entranceat the main entrance to the Camp Zama Main Exchange parking lot.to the Camp Zama Main Exchange parking lot. Please be mindful of the constructionPlease be mindful of the construction when entering and exiting the parking area.when entering and exiting the parking area. DPW ConstructionDPW Construction at Camp Zama Main Exchangeat Camp Zama Main Exchange
  • 12. The U.S. Embassy in Tokyo is seekingThe U.S. Embassy in Tokyo is seeking a Safety Program Coordinatora Safety Program Coordinator for the Facility Management Office.for the Facility Management Office.
  • 13. The incumbent will serveThe incumbent will serve as the Safety Program Coordinatoras the Safety Program Coordinator with responsibilitywith responsibility for assisting the Post Occupational Safetyfor assisting the Post Occupational Safety and Health Officer (POSHO).and Health Officer (POSHO).
  • 14. For position details and application procedures,For position details and application procedures, please see the U.S. Embassy website:please see the U.S. Embassy website: http://japan2.usembassy.govhttp://japan2.usembassy.gov
  • 15. USAG-Japan Religious Support Office isUSAG-Japan Religious Support Office is conducting a 2014 Summer Bible Camp forconducting a 2014 Summer Bible Camp for children age between Kindergarten and 6th Gradechildren age between Kindergarten and 6th Grade at the Camp Zama Community Activity Center.at the Camp Zama Community Activity Center.
  • 16. Date: Aug. 4 to 8 fromDate: Aug. 4 to 8 from 8:45 a.m. to 12 p.m.8:45 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Bus service from SFHA will be provided)(Bus service from SFHA will be provided) Registration at AAFES, REC, ChapelsRegistration at AAFES, REC, Chapels
  • 17. Renovation and facility upgradeRenovation and facility upgrade will beginwill begin July 28July 28 and will continue untiland will continue until early Nov. 2014.early Nov. 2014. Renovation AnnouncementRenovation Announcement Camp Zama Exchange - Main StoreCamp Zama Exchange - Main Store
  • 18. We apologize for any inconvenienceWe apologize for any inconvenience while we make improvements to better servewhile we make improvements to better serve our customers.our customers. Renovation AnnouncementRenovation Announcement Camp Zama Exchange - Main StoreCamp Zama Exchange - Main Store
  • 19. The Zama International Association (ZIA)The Zama International Association (ZIA) will host second "World Cooking Class"will host second "World Cooking Class" on Aug 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.on Aug 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the cooking room on the second floor ofin the cooking room on the second floor of the Zama City Citizens’ Health Centerthe Zama City Citizens’ Health Center (Address: 1-1-3 Midorigaoka, Zama-shi).(Address: 1-1-3 Midorigaoka, Zama-shi).
  • 20. Participants will have the opportunityParticipants will have the opportunity to learn about the country of Indonesiato learn about the country of Indonesia and how to prepare an Indonesian full-course mealand how to prepare an Indonesian full-course meal consisting of four dishesconsisting of four dishes from an Indonesian chef.from an Indonesian chef.
  • 21. The fee to participateThe fee to participate in the "World Cooking Class"in the "World Cooking Class" is 1,500 yen.is 1,500 yen. There are only 20 seats availableThere are only 20 seats available for enrollment in the class.for enrollment in the class.
  • 22. To enroll, contact 046-251-9000To enroll, contact 046-251-9000 by July 20by July 20.. For more information,For more information, call USAG-Japan Community Relations Officecall USAG-Japan Community Relations Office at 263-7556.at 263-7556.
  • 23. Phone numbers to reach our office:Phone numbers to reach our office: From DSN Phone : (Class A1)From DSN Phone : (Class A1) 855-431-7705855-431-7705 Toll Free off base/cell in Japan :Toll Free off base/cell in Japan : 0066-33-81-29770066-33-81-2977 Toll Free from a USA Number :Toll Free from a USA Number : 1-855-431-77051-855-431-7705 (If you dial “099,” it is not a free call)(If you dial “099,” it is not a free call)
  • 24. The Camp Zama Golf Course hasThe Camp Zama Golf Course has opened a designated pathway for runners.opened a designated pathway for runners.
  • 25. The rules are as follows:The rules are as follows: Runners are permitted to runRunners are permitted to run on the courseon the course Monday through Friday only,Monday through Friday only, from the hours of 5:30 -7:30 a.m.from the hours of 5:30 -7:30 a.m.
  • 26. The rules are as follows:The rules are as follows: Runners are required to runRunners are required to run on cart paths only,on cart paths only, following the designated run routefollowing the designated run route one way only.one way only.
  • 27. The rules are as follows:The rules are as follows: Runners are not permittedRunners are not permitted to have any drinks or food ofto have any drinks or food of any kind on the course.any kind on the course.
  • 28. The rules are as follows:The rules are as follows: Runners are allowed to run only theRunners are allowed to run only the back 9-holes, from the 10th to the 18th.back 9-holes, from the 10th to the 18th. The distance from the 10 teeThe distance from the 10 tee to the 18 green is 2.356 miles orto the 18 green is 2.356 miles or 3.791 kilometers.3.791 kilometers.
  • 29. The rules are as follows:The rules are as follows: Soldiers should not run in a groupSoldiers should not run in a group on the golf course larger thanon the golf course larger than a squad size element.a squad size element.
  • 30. The rules are as follows:The rules are as follows: The use of head phones areThe use of head phones are not allowed on the course.not allowed on the course.
  • 31. The rules are as follows:The rules are as follows: Runners are not permitted to conductRunners are not permitted to conduct any physical fitness exercisesany physical fitness exercises on the course or be on the greens and/oron the course or be on the greens and/or fairways for any reason, at any time.fairways for any reason, at any time.
  • 32. Come out and enjoyCome out and enjoy a Summer Matinee at your SHA theater!a Summer Matinee at your SHA theater! Check out the movie schedule Today!Check out the movie schedule Today!
  • 33. Digital 2D Digital 3DDigital 2D Digital 3D Adult $3.00 $5.00Adult $3.00 $5.00 Child $1.00 $2.00Child $1.00 $2.00
  • 34. Voting isVoting is one of our most fundamental rightsone of our most fundamental rights as U.S. citizens.as U.S. citizens.
  • 35. The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP)The Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) works to ensure Service members,works to ensure Service members, their eligible Family members and overseas citizenstheir eligible Family members and overseas citizens are aware of their right to vote andare aware of their right to vote and have the tools and resources to successfully do sohave the tools and resources to successfully do so - from anywhere in the world.- from anywhere in the world.
  • 36. Elections are managed individuallyElections are managed individually by 50 States, U.S. territoriesby 50 States, U.S. territories (American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico(American Samoa, Guam, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands)and the U.S. Virgin Islands) and the District of Columbia.and the District of Columbia.
  • 37. This equates to 55 sets of rulesThis equates to 55 sets of rules for absentee voting by Uniformedfor absentee voting by Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Actand Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) citizens,(UOCAVA) citizens, but the basic steps are simple:but the basic steps are simple:
  • 38. 1.1. Citizens register to vote and requestCitizens register to vote and request an absentee ballot by filling outan absentee ballot by filling out the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA),the Federal Post Card Application (FPCA), and mailing it to their local election officialand mailing it to their local election official in their State of legal residence.in their State of legal residence.
  • 39. 2.2. The election official approves the FPCA,The election official approves the FPCA, disapproves the FPCA or requestsdisapproves the FPCA or requests additional clarifying information.additional clarifying information.
  • 40. 3.3. Once the FPCA is approved,Once the FPCA is approved, the election official sendsthe election official sends an absentee ballot to the citizen.an absentee ballot to the citizen.
  • 41. 4.4. The citizen completes, and returnsThe citizen completes, and returns their voted ballot to their local electiontheir voted ballot to their local election official by their State's deadline.official by their State's deadline.
  • 42. To successfully vote absentee,To successfully vote absentee, UOCAVA citizens should:UOCAVA citizens should: Allow plenty of time to request, receive,Allow plenty of time to request, receive, and return their ballotand return their ballot
  • 43. Notify their local election official each timeNotify their local election official each time their mailing address changestheir mailing address changes
  • 44. Become familiar with their State's absenteeBecome familiar with their State's absentee voting deadlines and proceduresvoting deadlines and procedures to make sure their ballot isto make sure their ballot is properly executed and will be countedproperly executed and will be counted
  • 45. Complete a Federal Write-In AbsenteeComplete a Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB) earlyBallot (FWAB) early if unsure of the time required to returnif unsure of the time required to return the ballot to meet the State's deadlinethe ballot to meet the State's deadline
  • 46. For additional information,For additional information, visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program website:visit the Federal Voting Assistance Program website: http://www.fvap.govhttp://www.fvap.gov or contact the Installation Voting Assistance Officeror contact the Installation Voting Assistance Officer @ 263-4196@ 263-4196.. Send Your Vote Home!!Send Your Vote Home!!
  • 47. 8 Ways to Minimize Your Sun Exposure,8 Ways to Minimize Your Sun Exposure, Skin Cancer WorriesSkin Cancer Worries Did you knowDid you know that the most common type of cancer diagnosedthat the most common type of cancer diagnosed in the U.S. is largely preventable?in the U.S. is largely preventable?
  • 48. It is estimated that one in five AmericansIt is estimated that one in five Americans will have skin cancerwill have skin cancer over the course of their lifetimes.over the course of their lifetimes. Minimizing sun exposure may help preventMinimizing sun exposure may help prevent some types of this cancer.some types of this cancer.
  • 49. 8 Ways to Minimize8 Ways to Minimize Your Sun Exposure, Skin Cancer WorriesYour Sun Exposure, Skin Cancer Worries Following these eight tipsFollowing these eight tips may minimize your sun exposure to helpmay minimize your sun exposure to help reduce your risk of some types of skin cancer:reduce your risk of some types of skin cancer:
  • 50. 1. Put lotion in motion.1. Put lotion in motion. Choose a broad-spectrum sunscreen thatChoose a broad-spectrum sunscreen that protects against ultraviolet A (UVA)protects against ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays.and ultraviolet B (UVB) rays. Your sunscreen should be SPF 15 or higher.Your sunscreen should be SPF 15 or higher.
  • 51. 1. If you will be swimming, use a waterproof type.1. If you will be swimming, use a waterproof type. The sun can harm skin in as few as 15 minutes.The sun can harm skin in as few as 15 minutes. Be sure to use sunscreen on cloudy days,Be sure to use sunscreen on cloudy days, too, because UV rays can go through clouds.too, because UV rays can go through clouds.
  • 52. 2. Apply sunscreen correctly.2. Apply sunscreen correctly. Be sure to put on enough sunscreen.Be sure to put on enough sunscreen. The average adult needs about one ounceThe average adult needs about one ounce to cover their body.to cover their body. It works best when it’s applied thickly.It works best when it’s applied thickly.
  • 53. 3. Apply it 30 minutes before going outside.3. Apply it 30 minutes before going outside. Put lip balm with SPF 15 or morePut lip balm with SPF 15 or more on your lips.on your lips. Reapply sunscreen every two hours andReapply sunscreen every two hours and after swimming or sweating.after swimming or sweating.
  • 54. 4. Environmental awareness.4. Environmental awareness. Be extra careful around water, sand,Be extra careful around water, sand, cement and snow because the sun’s rayscement and snow because the sun’s rays can reflect off these surfaces.can reflect off these surfaces.
  • 55. 5. Note that UV radiation is stronger at5. Note that UV radiation is stronger at higher altitudes and in warmer,higher altitudes and in warmer, southern climates.southern climates.
  • 56. Preventing Heat-Related IllnessPreventing Heat-Related Illness Follow these tips to stay safeFollow these tips to stay safe when the heat gets too hot to handlewhen the heat gets too hot to handle
  • 57. Stay coolStay cool Stay in air-conditioned areas as much as you can.Stay in air-conditioned areas as much as you can. Your community may offer access toYour community may offer access to air-conditioned shelters for thoseair-conditioned shelters for those without the ability to stay cool.without the ability to stay cool.
  • 58. Stay coolStay cool Fans alone may not offer enough relief.Fans alone may not offer enough relief. Avoid being out in the direct sun.Avoid being out in the direct sun.
  • 59. Stay hydratedStay hydrated You may need to drink more waterYou may need to drink more water than you’re used to.than you’re used to. Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink.Don’t wait until you’re thirsty to drink.
  • 60. Stay hydratedStay hydrated Experts recommend drinkingExperts recommend drinking two to four cups of water every hourtwo to four cups of water every hour when working outdoors or being active outside.when working outdoors or being active outside. Remind others to stay hydrated.Remind others to stay hydrated.
  • 61. Stay informed about the weatherStay informed about the weather Outdoor fun requires planning,Outdoor fun requires planning, so stay on top of expected weather conditionsso stay on top of expected weather conditions and take the right protective measuresand take the right protective measures to deal with any extreme heat.to deal with any extreme heat. Watch for weather alerts on local news reports.Watch for weather alerts on local news reports.
  • 62. Fire It Up: 4 Rules for Safer GrillingFire It Up: 4 Rules for Safer Grilling Stay safe and healthyStay safe and healthy when you light up the barbecue grill.when you light up the barbecue grill. Barbecues are a favorite summer activityBarbecues are a favorite summer activity for many of usfor many of us but warm weather and unsafe cooking techniquesbut warm weather and unsafe cooking techniques can lead to food-borne illnesses.can lead to food-borne illnesses.
  • 63. These illnesses are caused by E. coli,These illnesses are caused by E. coli, salmonella and other bacteriasalmonella and other bacteria that thrive in warm weather.that thrive in warm weather. They can be found in raw and undercooked meat,They can be found in raw and undercooked meat, poultry, seafood and dairy products.poultry, seafood and dairy products.
  • 64. Bacteria can even be found in fresh,Bacteria can even be found in fresh, organic fruits and vegetables.organic fruits and vegetables. To keep your summer cookouts healthy and safe,To keep your summer cookouts healthy and safe, remember these four guidelinesremember these four guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture:from the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Clean, Separate, Cook and ChillClean, Separate, Cook and Chill..
  • 65. CleanClean Wash hands and surfaces often BacteriaWash hands and surfaces often Bacteria that cause food-borne illnesses can survivethat cause food-borne illnesses can survive in many places, including your hands,in many places, including your hands, utensils and cutting boards,utensils and cutting boards, kitchens and grills.kitchens and grills.
  • 66. CleanClean To prevent this, wash your handsTo prevent this, wash your hands for at least 20 secondsfor at least 20 seconds with warm, soapy water,with warm, soapy water, both before and after handling food.both before and after handling food.
  • 67. CleanClean Also, wash all utensils, surfacesAlso, wash all utensils, surfaces and cutting boardsand cutting boards using hot soapy water immediately after using them.using hot soapy water immediately after using them. Rinse fruits and vegetables with cold water.Rinse fruits and vegetables with cold water.
  • 68. Separate to avoid cross-contaminationSeparate to avoid cross-contamination Begin with your shopping trip.Begin with your shopping trip. Keep raw, cooked and ready-to-eat foodsKeep raw, cooked and ready-to-eat foods separate while shopping,separate while shopping, preparing, grilling and storingpreparing, grilling and storing to avoid spreading bacteria.to avoid spreading bacteria.
  • 69. Separate to avoid cross-contaminationSeparate to avoid cross-contamination Never place cooked foods on a plate,Never place cooked foods on a plate, surface or cutting boardsurface or cutting board that has held raw meat or poultry.that has held raw meat or poultry.
  • 70. Separate to avoid cross-contaminationSeparate to avoid cross-contamination Use separate cutting boards and utensilsUse separate cutting boards and utensils during preparation for meat, poultry,during preparation for meat, poultry, seafood and eggs, and fruits and vegetables.seafood and eggs, and fruits and vegetables.
  • 71. Cook foods to the proper temperatureCook foods to the proper temperature Even though a burger might look brownEven though a burger might look brown on the outside,on the outside, it may not be cooked completely on the inside.it may not be cooked completely on the inside.
  • 72. The Overseas Housing Allotment survey for JapanThe Overseas Housing Allotment survey for Japan has been extended to mid-July.has been extended to mid-July. All service members who currently resideAll service members who currently reside in off-base housing andin off-base housing and are in private leases under the OHA programare in private leases under the OHA program are requested to complete the OHA survey.are requested to complete the OHA survey.
  • 73. This survey is only available online.This survey is only available online. The link is provided below:The link is provided below: https://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/https://www.defensetravel.dod.mil/ site/oha-util-may.cfmsite/oha-util-may.cfm
  • 74. ~Menu~~Menu~ Omelet / Boiled Egg / Pancakes / BaconOmelet / Boiled Egg / Pancakes / Bacon Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef / BiscuitsHominy Grits / Creamed Beef / Biscuits Hashed Browned PotatoesHashed Browned Potatoes Old Fashioned Bean Soup / Cream of Potato SoupOld Fashioned Bean Soup / Cream of Potato Soup BBQ Beef Brisket / Parmesan FishBBQ Beef Brisket / Parmesan Fish Scalloped Potatoes / Steamed RiceScalloped Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned Corn / Club SpinachSeasoned Corn / Club Spinach Aug. 2 9 a.m. to 1Aug. 2 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m. Price : $5.35Price : $5.35
  • 75. ~Menu~~Menu~ Old Fashioned Bean Soup / Cream of Potato SoupOld Fashioned Bean Soup / Cream of Potato Soup Shrimp ScampiShrimp Scampi Roast Beef with Au JusRoast Beef with Au Jus Turkey Tenderloin Mignon / Mashed PotatoesTurkey Tenderloin Mignon / Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice / Savory Bread DressingSteamed Rice / Savory Bread Dressing Lyonnaise Carrots / Mixed Mexican VegetableLyonnaise Carrots / Mixed Mexican Vegetable Aug. 2, 5 p.m. to 6Aug. 2, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.p.m. Price : $6.55Price : $6.55
  • 76. ~Menu~~Menu~ Omelet / Boiled Egg / French Toast / BaconOmelet / Boiled Egg / French Toast / Bacon Biscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed BeefBiscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef Hashed Browned PotatoesHashed Browned Potatoes French Onion Soup / New England Fish ChowderFrench Onion Soup / New England Fish Chowder Salisbury Steak with Demi Glace SauceSalisbury Steak with Demi Glace Sauce Mitsu-Ken’s Garlic ChickenMitsu-Ken’s Garlic Chicken Mashed Potatoes / Steamed RiceMashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Glazed Carrots / Peas & MushroomsGlazed Carrots / Peas & Mushrooms Aug. 3, 9 a.m. to 1Aug. 3, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m. Price : $5.35Price : $5.35
  • 77. ~Menu~~Menu~ French Onion Soup / New England Fish ChowderFrench Onion Soup / New England Fish Chowder Fusilli with Basil Tomato Sauce & ShrimpFusilli with Basil Tomato Sauce & Shrimp Breaded Ham SteaksBreaded Ham Steaks Baked Fish with Brazilian Garlic MarinadeBaked Fish with Brazilian Garlic Marinade Steamed Brown Rice / Mashed PotatoesSteamed Brown Rice / Mashed Potatoes French Style Green BeansFrench Style Green Beans Mixed VegetablesMixed Vegetables Aug. 3, 5 p.m. to 6Aug. 3, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.p.m. Price : $6.55Price : $6.55
  • 78. ~Menu~~Menu~ Tortilla Chicken Soup / New England Clam ChowderTortilla Chicken Soup / New England Clam Chowder Beef Enchiladas / Chicken FajitasBeef Enchiladas / Chicken Fajitas Tacos / Baked ChickenTacos / Baked Chicken Parsley Buttered Potatoes / Mexican RiceParsley Buttered Potatoes / Mexican Rice Refried BeansRefried Beans Mexican Mixed VegetablesMexican Mixed Vegetables Seasoned Green BeansSeasoned Green Beans Price : $4.65Price : $4.65 Aug. 4, 11:30 a.m. to 1Aug. 4, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m.
  • 79. ~Menu~~Menu~ Tortilla Chicken Soup / New England Clam ChowderTortilla Chicken Soup / New England Clam Chowder Chili MacaroniChili Macaroni Honey Mustard FishHoney Mustard Fish Garlic Roasted Potatoes / Rice PilafGarlic Roasted Potatoes / Rice Pilaf Seasoned Summer SquashSeasoned Summer Squash Creamed Mix VegetablesCreamed Mix Vegetables Aug. 4, 5 p.m. to 6:30Aug. 4, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.p.m. Price : $4.65Price : $4.65
  • 80. ~Menu~~Menu~ Minestrone Soup / Potato ChowderMinestrone Soup / Potato Chowder Lasagna / Spinach LasagnaLasagna / Spinach Lasagna Honey Glazed Baked ChickenHoney Glazed Baked Chicken Spaghetti Meat Sauce / MarinaraSpaghetti Meat Sauce / Marinara Italian Roasted Potatoes / Primavera RiceItalian Roasted Potatoes / Primavera Rice Seasoned Italian Blend / Peas & CarrotsSeasoned Italian Blend / Peas & Carrots Toasted Garlic BreadToasted Garlic Bread Price : $4.65Price : $4.65 Aug. 5, 11:30 a.m. to 1Aug. 5, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m.
  • 81. ~Menu~~Menu~ Minestrone Soup / Potato ChowderMinestrone Soup / Potato Chowder Barbecued Beef CubesBarbecued Beef Cubes Cajun Baked ChickenCajun Baked Chicken Steamed Brown Rice / Mashed PotatoesSteamed Brown Rice / Mashed Potatoes Seasoned BroccoliSeasoned Broccoli Corn & MushroomCorn & Mushroom Aug. 5, 5 p.m. to 6:30Aug. 5, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.p.m. Price : $4.65Price : $4.65
  • 82. ~Menu~~Menu~ Chicken Gumbo Soup / Cream of Broccoli SoupChicken Gumbo Soup / Cream of Broccoli Soup BBQ Chicken / Fried Chicken / Baked ChickenBBQ Chicken / Fried Chicken / Baked Chicken BBQ Pork Spareribs / Southern Fried CatfishBBQ Pork Spareribs / Southern Fried Catfish Baked Macaroni & Cheese / Corn MuffinBaked Macaroni & Cheese / Corn Muffin Black Eyed Peas / Glazed Sweet PotatoesBlack Eyed Peas / Glazed Sweet Potatoes Okra & Tomato Gumbo / Steamed RiceOkra & Tomato Gumbo / Steamed Rice Southern Style Greens / Fried OkraSouthern Style Greens / Fried Okra Price : $4.65Price : $4.65 Aug. 6, 11:30 a.m. to 1Aug. 6, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m.
  • 83. ~Menu~~Menu~ Chicken Gumbo Soup / Cream of Broccoli SoupChicken Gumbo Soup / Cream of Broccoli Soup Mexican Pork ChopsMexican Pork Chops Chicken Cordon BlueChicken Cordon Blue Mashed Potatoes / Red Beans with RiceMashed Potatoes / Red Beans with Rice Seasoned Succotash / Lyonnaise CarrotsSeasoned Succotash / Lyonnaise Carrots Aug. 6, 5 p.m. to 6:30Aug. 6, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.p.m. Price : $4.65Price : $4.65
  • 84. ~Menu~~Menu~ Miso Soup / Chicken Egg Drop SoupMiso Soup / Chicken Egg Drop Soup Beef Rice Bowl / Miso PorkBeef Rice Bowl / Miso Pork Baked Lemon Chicken Breast with Mushroom SauceBaked Lemon Chicken Breast with Mushroom Sauce Steamed Rice / Oven Roast PotatoesSteamed Rice / Oven Roast Potatoes Seasoned Mixed OrientalSeasoned Mixed Oriental Creole Summer SquashCreole Summer Squash Price : $4.65Price : $4.65 Aug. 7, 11:30 a.m. to 1Aug. 7, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m.
  • 85. ~Menu~~Menu~ Miso Soup / Chicken Egg Drop SoupMiso Soup / Chicken Egg Drop Soup Baked Trout / Fried TroutBaked Trout / Fried Trout Hamburger YakisobaHamburger Yakisoba Oven Browned Potatoes / Steamed RiceOven Browned Potatoes / Steamed Rice Stewed Tomatoes / Club SpinachStewed Tomatoes / Club Spinach Aug. 7, 5 p.m. to 6:30Aug. 7, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.p.m. Price : $4.65Price : $4.65
  • 86. ~Menu~~Menu~ Chicken Wild Rice Soup / Beef Vegetable SoupChicken Wild Rice Soup / Beef Vegetable Soup Beef & Broccoli / Sweet Sour SpareribsBeef & Broccoli / Sweet Sour Spareribs Roast Turkey / Savory Bread DressingRoast Turkey / Savory Bread Dressing Paprika Buttered Potatoes / Steamed RicePaprika Buttered Potatoes / Steamed Rice Vegetable Stir FryVegetable Stir Fry Green Beans & MushroomsGreen Beans & Mushrooms Price : $4.65Price : $4.65 Aug. 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1Aug. 8, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m.
  • 87. ~Menu~~Menu~ Chicken Wild Rice Soup / Beef Vegetable SoupChicken Wild Rice Soup / Beef Vegetable Soup Beef Pot RoastBeef Pot Roast Katsu-DonKatsu-Don Mashed Potatoes / Steamed RiceMashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned Brussels SproutsSeasoned Brussels Sprouts Seasoned Wax BeansSeasoned Wax Beans Aug. 8, 5 p.m. to 6:30Aug. 8, 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.p.m. Price : $4.65Price : $4.65
  • 88. ~Menu~~Menu~ Omelet / Boiled Egg / Pancakes / BaconOmelet / Boiled Egg / Pancakes / Bacon Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef / BiscuitsHominy Grits / Creamed Beef / Biscuits Hashed Browned PotatoesHashed Browned Potatoes Cream of Mushroom Soup / Split Peas w/ Ham SoupCream of Mushroom Soup / Split Peas w/ Ham Soup Roast Beef / Mustard Dill Baked FishRoast Beef / Mustard Dill Baked Fish Mashed Potatoes / Steamed RiceMashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned Mustard Greens / Seasoned AntiguaSeasoned Mustard Greens / Seasoned Antigua Aug. 9, 9 a.m. to 1Aug. 9, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m. Price : $5.35Price : $5.35
  • 89. ~Menu~~Menu~ Cream of Mushroom Soup / Split Pea w/ Ham SoupCream of Mushroom Soup / Split Pea w/ Ham Soup Baked Stuffed Pork ChopsBaked Stuffed Pork Chops Beef Stir FryBeef Stir Fry Shrimp JambalayaShrimp Jambalaya Mashed Potatoes / Steamed RiceMashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned ScandinavianSeasoned Scandinavian Calico CornCalico Corn Aug. 9, 5 p.m. to 6Aug. 9, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.p.m. Price : $6.55Price : $6.55
  • 90. ~Menu~~Menu~ Omelet / Boiled Egg / French Toast / BaconOmelet / Boiled Egg / French Toast / Bacon Biscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed BeefBiscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef Hashed Browned PotatoesHashed Browned Potatoes Chicken Noodle Soup / New England Fish ChowderChicken Noodle Soup / New England Fish Chowder Baked Salmon with Garlic Tomato SauceBaked Salmon with Garlic Tomato Sauce New England Boiled DinnerNew England Boiled Dinner Filipino Rice / O’Brien PotatoesFilipino Rice / O’Brien Potatoes Sautéed Spinach with Garlic ButterSautéed Spinach with Garlic Butter Mexican CornMexican Corn Aug. 10, 9 a.m. to 1Aug. 10, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.p.m. Price : $5.35Price : $5.35
  • 91. ~Menu~~Menu~ Chicken Noodle Soup / New England Fish ChowderChicken Noodle Soup / New England Fish Chowder Pepper SteakPepper Steak Sautéed Shrimp with Chili SauceSautéed Shrimp with Chili Sauce Turkey Tenderloin MignonTurkey Tenderloin Mignon Mashed Potatoes / Steamed RiceMashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Savory Bread DressingSavory Bread Dressing Peas with Onions / Chinese Fried CabbagePeas with Onions / Chinese Fried Cabbage Aug. 10, 5 p.m. to 6Aug. 10, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.p.m. Price : $6.55Price : $6.55
  • 92. The Camp Zama Main Exchange,The Camp Zama Main Exchange, Home and Garden store and the ExpressHome and Garden store and the Express will reduce their hours of operationwill reduce their hours of operation effective on July 1.effective on July 1. for Exchange and Expressfor Exchange and Express New Store HoursNew Store Hours
  • 93. Hours of operation will be:Hours of operation will be: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday through Saturdayon Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday for Exchange and Expressfor Exchange and Express New Store HoursNew Store Hours
  • 94. The Express hours of operationThe Express hours of operation will be:will be: 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.7 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday through Thursdayon Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday for Exchange and Expressfor Exchange and Express New Store HoursNew Store Hours
  • 95. The new hours of operationThe new hours of operation does not affectdoes not affect the SFHA Express.the SFHA Express. for Exchange and Expressfor Exchange and Express New Store HoursNew Store Hours
  • 96. Volunteer guest speakersVolunteer guest speakers are needed to help promoteare needed to help promote the “highs of healthy living”the “highs of healthy living” and/or share their testimony of resilienceand/or share their testimony of resilience to complement the Official Resilienceto complement the Official Resilience and Prevention Training sessions.and Prevention Training sessions.
  • 97. The training venues varyThe training venues vary and speakers are needed onand speakers are needed on an ongoing basis.an ongoing basis. Volunteers who are interested,Volunteers who are interested, call 263-5394.call 263-5394.
  • 98. Effective immediately,Effective immediately, the commander of U.S. Pacific Commandthe commander of U.S. Pacific Command has implemented a travel restrictionhas implemented a travel restriction for the country of Thailand in its entirety.for the country of Thailand in its entirety. All non-mission essential travelAll non-mission essential travel to Thailand should be cancelled as of May 30.to Thailand should be cancelled as of May 30.
  • 99. This action is not intended to curtail leaveThis action is not intended to curtail leave for those already in country.for those already in country. DOD personnel currently executing travelDOD personnel currently executing travel in Thailandin Thailand are advised to remain vigilant ofare advised to remain vigilant of the evolving political situation.the evolving political situation.
  • 100. Until further notice,Until further notice, all requests for future non-mission essential travelall requests for future non-mission essential travel to Thailand will be denied.to Thailand will be denied. Those on official travel will be notifiedThose on official travel will be notified by their chain of commandby their chain of command if there are any changes to their mission.if there are any changes to their mission.
  • 101. For children from birth to 5 years oldFor children from birth to 5 years old with developmental delay/special needswith developmental delay/special needs meets every 2meets every 2ndnd Monday from 10 – 11:30 a.m.Monday from 10 – 11:30 a.m. For more information:For more information: EDIS@Arnn Elementaly School/EDIS@Arnn Elementaly School/263-4572/4357263-4572/4357
  • 102. From May 12 to July 31,From May 12 to July 31, there will be a half-road closure at the cross-waythere will be a half-road closure at the cross-way at Block 164 and Block 174.at Block 164 and Block 174. From May 15 to Nov. 3From May 15 to Nov. 3 there will be a full-road closurethere will be a full-road closure at 5th Street at Block 164.at 5th Street at Block 164. Road ClosuresRoad Closures for Sagami General Depotfor Sagami General Depot
  • 103. Reminder of Pet Owners’ Responsibilities The following list of responsibilities for pet ownersThe following list of responsibilities for pet owners living on Camp Zama, Sagamihara Familyliving on Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area and Sagami Depot was releasedHousing Area and Sagami Depot was released by the Housing Management Division:by the Housing Management Division: - Sponsors are responsible for cleaning the areas- Sponsors are responsible for cleaning the areas used by their pets.used by their pets. - If kept outside, the pet’s area must be policed daily- If kept outside, the pet’s area must be policed daily to prevent a buildup of trash and fecal material.to prevent a buildup of trash and fecal material.
  • 104. Reminder of Pet Owners’ Responsibilities - Owners must clean up waste left by their pet during walks. - Fecal droppings must be disposed of in sealed plastic bags (preferably double bags) and be placed in garbage receptacles. - Un-bagged waste must not be placed in garbage receptacles.
  • 105. Reminder of Pet Owners’ Responsibilities Violations can be reported to following email address:Violations can be reported to following email address: usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.mbx.usagj-dpw-housing-usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.mbx.usagj-dpw-housing- officer@mail.milofficer@mail.mil You may also report violations by calling the Housing ManagementYou may also report violations by calling the Housing Management Division atDivision at 263-3441 or 263-4503263-3441 or 263-4503,, or the Family Housing and Furnishing Management Branchor the Family Housing and Furnishing Management Branch atat 263-3527 or 263-4136263-3527 or 263-4136..
  • 106. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below:NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 1.1. Go toGo to www.pay.govwww.pay.gov 2.2. In the left hand column locate “PublicIn the left hand column locate “Public Forms,” then select “By Form Name”Forms,” then select “By Form Name” 3.3. Click “B” then click “BG Crawford F. SamsClick “B” then click “BG Crawford F. Sams Clinic” to open the formClinic” to open the form
  • 107. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below:NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 4.4. Enter all required information on the formEnter all required information on the form 5.5. Select a payment methodSelect a payment method 6.6. Click Submit DataClick Submit Data
  • 108. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below:NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 7.7. Follow the steps provided by “PAY.GOV”Follow the steps provided by “PAY.GOV” to enter your payment informationto enter your payment information 8.8. Click continueClick continue 9.9. Confirm your information then enterConfirm your information then enter your Email Addressyour Email Address
  • 109. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below:NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 10.10. Click “Submit Payment”Click “Submit Payment” 11.11. Print a copy of your receipt for yourPrint a copy of your receipt for your personal recordspersonal records You have just completed an online payment!You have just completed an online payment!
  • 110. The Camp Zama Navy Federal Credit UnionThe Camp Zama Navy Federal Credit Union will extend its daily hours of operationwill extend its daily hours of operation until 5 p.m.until 5 p.m. and will be open on Saturdaysand will be open on Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Call 263-4635 for more information.Call 263-4635 for more information.
  • 111. Camp Zama’s thrift store, “The Treasure Trove,”Camp Zama’s thrift store, “The Treasure Trove,” is now open for business.is now open for business. The Treasure Trove will have items such asThe Treasure Trove will have items such as clothing, shoes, jewelry, toysclothing, shoes, jewelry, toys and much more available for purchase.and much more available for purchase. Now Open on Camp ZamaNow Open on Camp Zama
  • 112. All patrons are welcome to shop.All patrons are welcome to shop. The thrift store can only acceptThe thrift store can only accept cash (yen or dollars) at this time.cash (yen or dollars) at this time. Now Open on Camp ZamaNow Open on Camp Zama
  • 113. The Treasure Trove is located onThe Treasure Trove is located on the Zama American High School campus,the Zama American High School campus, Bldg. 988, Room T-5.Bldg. 988, Room T-5. Now Open on Camp ZamaNow Open on Camp Zama
  • 114. Now Open on Camp ZamaNow Open on Camp Zama The hours of operation are as follows:The hours of operation are as follows: Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Every Third Saturday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.Every Third Saturday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 263-4467 to volunteer, donateCall 263-4467 to volunteer, donate or for more information.or for more information.
  • 115. In accordance with USAG-J Regulation 40-650,In accordance with USAG-J Regulation 40-650, all pets residing on the installationall pets residing on the installation must be registeredmust be registered with the Camp Zama Veterinary Clinicwith the Camp Zama Veterinary Clinic within 72 hours of purchase, adoption,within 72 hours of purchase, adoption, or arrival in Japan.or arrival in Japan.
  • 116. Failure to do so will result in pet(s)Failure to do so will result in pet(s) being captured by military policebeing captured by military police and impounded at the owner’s expense.and impounded at the owner’s expense.
  • 117. Visit the Camp Zama Veterinary ClinicVisit the Camp Zama Veterinary Clinic at Bldg. 1042at Bldg. 1042 or callor call 263-3875263-3875 ((046-407-3875046-407-3875 from outside the installation)from outside the installation) for more information.for more information.
  • 118. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 263-8255263-8255 Website:Website: SuicidePreventionLifeline.orgSuicidePreventionLifeline.org
  • 119. Japanese phones/cell: 046-407-8255Japanese phones/cell: 046-407-8255 Allied Telesis: 98-263-8255Allied Telesis: 98-263-8255 Vonage or Skype: (800) 273-8255Vonage or Skype: (800) 273-8255 Military and Family Life Counselor:Military and Family Life Counselor: 263-3638263-3638
  • 120. Units located onUnits located on U.S. Army Garrison Japan Honshu installationsU.S. Army Garrison Japan Honshu installations must coordinate withmust coordinate with the Hazardous Material Control Centerthe Hazardous Material Control Center at Sagami General Depotat Sagami General Depot when purchasing hazardous materials.when purchasing hazardous materials.
  • 121. Please procure recycled, bio-based orPlease procure recycled, bio-based or environmentally preferable materialsenvironmentally preferable materials when they are available in a timely manner,when they are available in a timely manner, they meet your unit’s performance standardsthey meet your unit’s performance standards and are reasonably priced.and are reasonably priced.
  • 122. U.S. military personnel and facilities, both at home and abroad, remain potential targets for those who wish to do them harm. Throughout our history, the U.S. Army has tackled the toughest challenges. If you see something, say something.
  • 123. Adversarial forces adapt their tactics to avoid strength, exploit weakness, and demonstrate their capability to attack at the time and place of their choosing. Individual awareness of suspicious activities is a key element in the identification of potential threatening actions. If you see something, say something.
  • 124. Criminal assault methods have evolved over the past century to a present-day "insider" threat possibility. Suspicious activity reporting is a fundamental element of the programs in place to keep both the U.S. Army Japan and U.S. Army Garrison Japan communities safe. If you see something, say something.
  • 125. From deploying units around the area of responsibility to Corps of Engineers projects throughout Japan, every activity, every mission and every operation will have situational awareness. If you see something, say something.
  • 126. Both the iWATCH Army and iSALUTE reporting programs are community tools in our arsenal against threats to force protection. If you see something, say something.
  • 127. We know our missions, our operations and our responsibilities. Report suspicious activities to your local Military Police or ATO by calling: 263-3002 or 911 and or off post 046-407-3002 or 046-407-911 If you see something, say something.
  • 128. 米国軍関係者および軍事施設は、米国軍関係者および軍事施設は、 本国、または海外に関わらず、本国、または海外に関わらず、 常にテロリストの標的になる可能性があります。常にテロリストの標的になる可能性があります。 常に注意を払い、疑わしい事例について常に注意を払い、疑わしい事例について 報告することは、皆さん一人ひとりの努めです。報告することは、皆さん一人ひとりの努めです。 Commanding General USARJCommanding General USARJ
  • 129. テロリストは、いつでもどこでも彼らがテロリストは、いつでもどこでも彼らが 攻撃できることを示すために、攻撃できることを示すために、 相手の弱みに付け込む策略をとってきます。相手の弱みに付け込む策略をとってきます。 個々が疑わしい行動に対して気がつくことが、個々が疑わしい行動に対して気がつくことが、 テロ活動の可能性を見きわめる鍵となります。テロ活動の可能性を見きわめる鍵となります。 Commanding General USARJCommanding General USARJ
  • 130. 犯罪およびテロリストの攻撃方法は犯罪およびテロリストの攻撃方法は 以前と比べ格段に進化し、以前と比べ格段に進化し、 今日では「内部」にある脅威の可能性に今日では「内部」にある脅威の可能性に なってきています。なってきています。 Commanding General USARJCommanding General USARJ
  • 131. 疑わしい行為を報告することが、疑わしい行為を報告することが、 ”私達米陸軍の“対テロプログラム にとって”私達米陸軍の“対テロプログラム にとって 大事な要素となります。大事な要素となります。 Commanding General USARJCommanding General USARJ
  • 132. iWATCH ArmyiWATCH Army およびおよび iSALUTEiSALUTE というという 22 つの報告プログラムはつの報告プログラムは 我々のコミュニティ内での脅威があった場合に、我々のコミュニティ内での脅威があった場合に、 誰もが報告できるツールです。誰もが報告できるツールです。 Commanding General USARJCommanding General USARJ
  • 133. テロと疑わしい行為を確認した場合は、テロと疑わしい行為を確認した場合は、 最寄の軍警察(最寄の軍警察( MPMP )に報告してください。)に報告してください。 電話番号は電話番号は 080-5903-4501080-5903-4501 またはまたは 軍電軍電 263-3002263-3002 、あるいは、あるいは 911911 です。です。 Commanding General USARJCommanding General USARJ
  • 134. Units located on U.S. Army Garrison JapanUnits located on U.S. Army Garrison Japan Honshu installations must coordinateHonshu installations must coordinate with the Hazardous Material Control Centerwith the Hazardous Material Control Center at Sagami Depot.at Sagami Depot. CallCall 268-4222268-4222 for assistance.for assistance.
  • 135. Please procure recycled, bio-based orPlease procure recycled, bio-based or environmentally preferable materialsenvironmentally preferable materials when they are available in a timely manner,when they are available in a timely manner, they meet your unit's performance standards,they meet your unit's performance standards, and are reasonably priced.and are reasonably priced.
  • 136. Due to regulatory changes with the implementationDue to regulatory changes with the implementation of U.S. Army Garrison Japan Regulation 190-13,of U.S. Army Garrison Japan Regulation 190-13, Status of Forces Agreement sponsorsStatus of Forces Agreement sponsors will no longer be able to procure unescorted passeswill no longer be able to procure unescorted passes or Defense Biometric Identification System cardsor Defense Biometric Identification System cards for their non-SOFA English students.for their non-SOFA English students.
  • 137. Currently issued passes and DBIDS cardsCurrently issued passes and DBIDS cards will be authorized for use until their expiration date,will be authorized for use until their expiration date, but will not be reissued.but will not be reissued.
  • 138. A number of training datesA number of training dates are scheduled to be held,are scheduled to be held, in both English and Japanese language instruction,in both English and Japanese language instruction, on shelf-life policy training to explain standard practiceon shelf-life policy training to explain standard practice in the management and storagein the management and storage of shelf-life materialof shelf-life material at the managing activity and depot level.at the managing activity and depot level.
  • 139. Students will learn to properly applyStudents will learn to properly apply mandatory storage standards criteriamandatory storage standards criteria in evaluating the condition of shelf-life materialin evaluating the condition of shelf-life material upon receipt, in storage, during surveillance,upon receipt, in storage, during surveillance, upon shipment, and when test or restorative actionsupon shipment, and when test or restorative actions are required to maintain or return stocksare required to maintain or return stocks to a ready-for-issue status.to a ready-for-issue status.
  • 140. Yokohama North DockYokohama North Dock (Japanese Session)(Japanese Session) Date:Date: Sept. 25 (Nomination deadline: Sept. 18)Sept. 25 (Nomination deadline: Sept. 18) Time:Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: 403rd AFSB, Conference Room,Location: 403rd AFSB, Conference Room, Bldg. 347Bldg. 347 Call 263-4814 for more information.Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 141. Yokohama North DockYokohama North Dock (English Session)(English Session) Date: Sept. 26 (Nomination deadline: Sept. 18)Date: Sept. 26 (Nomination deadline: Sept. 18) Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: 403rd AFSB, Conference Room,Location: 403rd AFSB, Conference Room, Bldg. 347Bldg. 347 Call 263-4814 for more information.Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 142. Kure PierKure Pier (Tentatively scheduled for early May)(Tentatively scheduled for early May) Call 263-4814 for more information.Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 143. The parking lot for Bldg. 360 on Camp Zama,The parking lot for Bldg. 360 on Camp Zama, which includes the GSA Mart,which includes the GSA Mart, Military Clothing Sales StoreMilitary Clothing Sales Store and the Arts and Crafts Center,and the Arts and Crafts Center, is scheduled to be closedis scheduled to be closed Jan. 20 through Oct. 31Jan. 20 through Oct. 31 in order to build a permanent parking lot.in order to build a permanent parking lot. Bldg. 360 Parking Lot ClosureBldg. 360 Parking Lot Closure on Camp Zamaon Camp Zama
  • 144. This will necessitateThis will necessitate the closure of 33 parking spaces.the closure of 33 parking spaces. Temporary parking will be availableTemporary parking will be available on the side and rear of Bldg. 102.on the side and rear of Bldg. 102. Half-Road ClosureHalf-Road Closure Between Bldgs. 101, 102Between Bldgs. 101, 102
  • 145. A portion of the road at the intersectionsA portion of the road at the intersections of Ishinomaki Avenue and Sendai Streetof Ishinomaki Avenue and Sendai Street on Camp Zamaon Camp Zama is scheduled to be closed to trafficis scheduled to be closed to traffic from Dec. 2 through March 2015from Dec. 2 through March 2015 due to construction.due to construction. Road ClosureRoad Closure at Ishinomaki, Sendai Intersectionat Ishinomaki, Sendai Intersection
  • 146. Due to recent increased support ofDue to recent increased support of in-house custodial cleaning tasks at new facilities,in-house custodial cleaning tasks at new facilities, the Directorate of Public Worksthe Directorate of Public Works will be reducing its cleaning frequencieswill be reducing its cleaning frequencies with the exception of the following buildings:with the exception of the following buildings: Change inChange in Custodial Cleaning FrequenciesCustodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 147. -- Morale, Welfare and Recreation “CommunityMorale, Welfare and Recreation “Community Buildings” (Camp Zama Community Club,Buildings” (Camp Zama Community Club, Bowling Center, etc.)Bowling Center, etc.) -- Child, Youth and School Services facilitiesChild, Youth and School Services facilities (Child Development Centers, Youth Centers,(Child Development Centers, Youth Centers, etc.)etc.) Change inChange in Custodial Cleaning FrequenciesCustodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 148. - BG Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic- BG Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic - Department of Defense Education Activity- Department of Defense Education Activity schoolsschools - Army and Air Force Exchange Services acilities- Army and Air Force Exchange Services acilities - Commissaries- Commissaries Change inChange in Custodial Cleaning FrequenciesCustodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 149. Community members are remindedCommunity members are reminded that while some cleaning task frequenciesthat while some cleaning task frequencies may be reduced, the tasks will still be performed.may be reduced, the tasks will still be performed. There is a possibility that once the adjustmentsThere is a possibility that once the adjustments are made and the workforce has shifted,are made and the workforce has shifted, some frequencies may be increased.some frequencies may be increased. Change inChange in Custodial Cleaning FrequenciesCustodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 150. The Identification Card sectionThe Identification Card section at Camp Zama’s Military Personnel Divisionat Camp Zama’s Military Personnel Division will begin usingwill begin using the online RAPIDS appointment scheduler.the online RAPIDS appointment scheduler. ID Card Section to Begin Online SchedulingID Card Section to Begin Online SchedulingID Card Section to Begin Online SchedulingID Card Section to Begin Online Scheduling
  • 151. Visit the following link to schedule an appointment:Visit the following link to schedule an appointment: http://go.usa.gov/WrXQhttp://go.usa.gov/WrXQ CallCall 263-4449263-4449 oror 046-407-4449046-407-4449 for same-day appointments or further guidance.for same-day appointments or further guidance. ID Card Section to Begin Online SchedulingID Card Section to Begin Online SchedulingID Card Section to Begin Online SchedulingID Card Section to Begin Online Scheduling
  • 152. All Status of Forces Agreement members,All Status of Forces Agreement members, to include children and spouses,to include children and spouses, are required to register all privately owned bicycles.are required to register all privately owned bicycles. Sponsors need to prepare USAG-J Form 1349EJSponsors need to prepare USAG-J Form 1349EJ in order to properly registerin order to properly register all privately owned bicycles.all privately owned bicycles. Directorate of Emergency ServicesDirectorate of Emergency Services Bicycle RegistrationBicycle Registration
  • 153. Bicycles can be registered at the Vehicle Registration Office (Bldg. 227) or the Sagamihara Family Housing Area Pass and ID Office at Gate 1. Directorate of Emergency ServicesDirectorate of Emergency Services Bicycle RegistrationBicycle Registration
  • 154. Serial number locations are normally foundSerial number locations are normally found on the below locations of any model bicycle:on the below locations of any model bicycle: Head tubeHead tubeSeat tubeSeat tube At rear wheelAt rear wheel mountmount Under crankUnder crank (bottom bracket)(bottom bracket) Common Serial Number LocationsCommon Serial Number Locations
  • 155. Registrations stickers will be placed visibly on the seat tube area: Seat tubeSeat tube
  • 156. The Employees Assistance Program is a free service available to all Department of the Army civilians on Camp Zama and their family members. The EAP is a confidential support service paid for by the government to assist employees. Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Assistance Program
  • 157. The EAP program is designed to: Promote personal growth, mental and Physical health, and strengthen individuals, Families and communities. Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Assistance Program
  • 158. Provide individuals with confidential referrals to agencies that can provide assistance for problems that can affect their performance. Individual problems can range from emotional, psychological, psychiatric, stress-related, substance dependence or other challenges. Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Assistance Program
  • 159. Provide comprehensive short-term counseling and referral services to help individuals achieve a balance between their work, family and other personal responsibilities. Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Assistance Program
  • 160. The confidentiality of individuals using the program is carefully protected. No information is furnished to employers, unions, or other individuals without the express, written permission of the participating client. Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Assistance Program
  • 161. The EAP can provide tools to help deal with, stress, relationships, financial issues, conflict, substance abuse, impulse control, assertiveness, anger and a variety of other adult living issues. Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Assistance Program
  • 162. The EAP is available Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and is located in the Resiliency and Restoration Center, Bldg. 534. To make an appointment, call 263-5309. Employee Assistance ProgramEmployee Assistance Program
  • 163. Notice for Smokers to SmokeNotice for Smokers to Smoke in Designated Areasin Designated Areas Smokers on U.S. militarySmokers on U.S. military installations are remindedinstallations are reminded that if they are smokingthat if they are smoking during business hoursduring business hours outside their office buildingoutside their office building or place of employment,or place of employment,
  • 164. they should do so only inthey should do so only in designated smoking areasdesignated smoking areas -- not near roads or-- not near roads or in parking lots.in parking lots. Smokers must beSmokers must be considerate of nonsmokers.considerate of nonsmokers. Notice for Smokers to SmokeNotice for Smokers to Smoke in Designated Areasin Designated Areas
  • 165. Residents’ ResponsibilitiesResidents’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDYDuring Leave and TDY All Army family housing and unaccompanied personnel housing residents must notify the Housing Management Division for absences from their quarters of seven days or more.
  • 166. Provide a point of contact for a responsible sponsor or adult to perform periodic checks to ensure the home is safe, secure and free of incidents and unexpected circumstances, and maintain the yard as well, if applicable. Residents’ ResponsibilitiesResidents’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDYDuring Leave and TDY
  • 167. In the event you do not assign a point of contact during your absence, the Housing Management Division will contact your organization or agency to request their support – especially when it comes to keeping up your yard maintenance. Residents’ ResponsibilitiesResidents’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDYDuring Leave and TDY
  • 168. Visit the Housing Management Division at Bldg. 671 to request the Form for Periodic Absences. Call the Housing Office at 263-4135, 263-4843 or 263-5859 for questions or more information. Residents’ ResponsibilitiesResidents’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDYDuring Leave and TDY
  • 169. Notification ofNotification of On-post residents must notifyOn-post residents must notify the Housing Management Divisionthe Housing Management Division for absences from quarters extendedfor absences from quarters extended more than seven days.more than seven days. Absence from QuartersAbsence from Quarters
  • 170. Please provide a POCPlease provide a POC who will have responsibility for your quarterswho will have responsibility for your quarters during your absence.during your absence. For more information: 263-4136/3890For more information: 263-4136/3890 046-407-4136/3890046-407-4136/3890 Notification ofNotification of Absence from QuartersAbsence from Quarters
  • 171. SHARP Hotline (English-speaking)SHARP Hotline (English-speaking) 090-9395-8909 or090-9395-8909 or 882# from a DSN phone882# from a DSN phone Call any time to include evenings,Call any time to include evenings, weekends and holidays.weekends and holidays.
  • 172. 通話料無料 ホットライン (日本語)通話料無料 ホットライン (日本語) 0120-279-3380120-279-338 電話番号をお確かめの上、おかけ下電話番号をお確かめの上、おかけ下 さい。休日祝日問わずさい。休日祝日問わず 2424 時間対応。時間対応。
  • 173. Posting Ads at Front of Bldg. 102Posting Ads at Front of Bldg. 102 Not AuthorizedNot Authorized All personnel are remindedAll personnel are reminded not to post advertisementsnot to post advertisements at the front entrance ofat the front entrance of U.S. Army Garrison Japan headquarters, Bldg. 102.U.S. Army Garrison Japan headquarters, Bldg. 102. Call 263-3829 for more information.Call 263-3829 for more information.
  • 174. Provide your input or feedback online at the U.S. Army Garrison Japan ICE site and enter to win a prize! http://ice.disa.milhttp://ice.disa.mil Good or bad, we’d like to know!Good or bad, we’d like to know!
  • 175. What is Ready Army? Ready Army is the Army Emergency Management Program’s proactive campaign to increase the resilience of the Army community by informing of relevant hazards and encouraging Soldiers, their Families, Army Civilians and contractors to, “Get a Kit. Make a Plan. Be Informed.”
  • 176. What is Ready Army? Through outreach and education Ready Army calls our Army community to action and aims to create a culture of preparedness that will save lives and strengthen the nation.
  • 177. Get a Kit When disaster strikes, emergency responders address the most critical needs and may not even be able to get to an area until it is deemed safe. While they work on behalf of the entire community, it is your responsibility to ensure your family’s well-being during times of crisis. Emergency kits to sustain for 72 hours are an essential tool for meeting that challenge.
  • 178. Make a Plan • Ensure everyone understands the plan, and practices. • How to communicate during an emergency. • Consider what to do, where to go, what to take. • Plan for members with disabilities or special needs. • Include pets in family plan. • Report status through ADPAAS. • Identify a continental U.S. contact.
  • 179. Be informed • Chain of Command • www.ready.army.mil • www.usarj.army.mil (Local Conditions Page) •www.facebook.com/usagj •Mass Notification System • Command Channel 13 • Eagle 810 radio • Family Assistance Center
  • 180. Emergency Supply Kit • Food supply for all family members for five days (ready to eat; no preparation required) • Bottled water • Protective mask • 30-day supply of prescription medication • Over-the-counter medications • Baby toiletries (diapers, etc.) (five-day supply) • Toiletry articles (toothbrush, etc.) • Feminine hygiene articles