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Command channel slides week between may 23 to 29
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  • 1. May 28 from 5 - 6 p.m. This orientation will provide you valuable information on what keeps us up at night and how to improve your sleep environment. MEDDAC-J Presents
  • 2. May 28 from 5 - 6 p.m. It may help you decide if you want to learn more about sleep cycles and actively engage in developing improved sleep patterns for your own well being. MEDDAC-J Presents
  • 3. May 28 from 5 - 6 p.m. The course is open to Active Duty Military, Spouses, DA Civilians and MLCs. The program is an introduction to the 4 week course. MEDDAC-J Presents
  • 4. Date/Time: May 28 from 5 - 6 p.m. Classes will be held on Wednesday’s from 5 – 6 p.m. beginning June 4. Location: Public Health Command, Bldg. 715, Classroom. MEDDAC-J Presents
  • 5. May 28 from 5 - 6 p.m. We invite your questions. Call 263- 2004 Registration is limited. Contact us today! MEDDAC-J Presents
  • 6. The Arnn Elementary PTO will host “Family Bingo Night,” on May 29 at the Camp Zama Community Club at 5 p.m.
  • 7. There will be a pre-paid pizza delivery, bingo card sale, BINGO games, a cake walk, and a general membership meeting to elect next year’s PTO board members.
  • 8. Donations for the cake walk as well as volunteer help to run the event are needed. Contact the Arnn PTO to sign or to donate at arnnpto@gmail.com.
  • 9. The Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month Observance will be held May 29 at the Camp Zama Community Activity Center at 2 p.m.
  • 10. All military officer ranked colonel and above, please RSVP no later than May 27. All military enlisted ranked sergeant major and above, please RSVP no later than May 27. To RSVP call 263-8159.
  • 11. Arnn Elementary will host a writer’s showcase on May 29 inside the school library. Everyone is encouraged to come and enjoy the works of all students from kindergarten to sixth grade.
  • 12. For children from birth to 5 years old with developmental delay/special needs meets every 2nd Monday from 10 – 11:30 a.m. For more information: EDIS@Arnn Elementaly School/263-4572/4357
  • 13. The USAG-J Transition Service Office will hold a meeting to establish a Retiree Council. Date/Time: May 27 from 9 a.m. Location: Small Conference Room, Bldg. 102 POC: Alice Anesgart , DSN 263-3940
  • 14. The main function of the council will be to represent the retired community as advisers on matters relating to current and future issues affecting the retired military community in Japan.
  • 15. The Department of Veterans Affairs overseas military services coordinator will be at the Camp Zama Education Center (Bldg. 278) on June 4.
  • 16. Call 263-5311 to schedule an appointment to discuss veteran’s benefits you may be entitled to.
  • 17. For the replacement of underground steam pipes, there will be several road closures at Sagami General Depot. From May 12 to July 31, there will be a full-road closure at 5th Street at Block 174. Road Closures for Sagami General Depot
  • 18. From May 12 to July 31, there will be a half-road closure at the cross-way at Block 164 and Block 174. From May 15 to Nov. 3 there will be a full-road closure at 5th Street at Block 164. Road Closures for Sagami General Depot
  • 19. Sagamihara Housing Area Gospel Service Women’s Conference Saturday, June 7 Theme: Kingdom Women – Holding on!
  • 20. Workshop classes and lunch are included! Teen class offered at 12:15 p.m. The registration begins at 9:30 a.m.
  • 21. Location: SFHA Chapel SFHA Chapel is located next to the commissary on the SFHA.
  • 22. For additional information, call 090 6084 1433 or 080 9411 7545 Keynote Speaker: Ms. Jane E. Kupkowski Founder & President, Love2Endure Foundation
  • 23. A section of Tomodachi Ave. is scheduled to be closed for construction and road paving from May 24 to July 31. Only emergency and maintenance vehicles will have access during this period. Tomodachi Avenue Road Closure
  • 24. The next Appropriated Funds (APF) Government Purchase Card (GPC) training at Camp Zama will be conducted on May 27 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Appropriated Funds Government Purchase Card Training
  • 25. Certificates and appointment letters are due by May 16. Trainees will be informed of the location of the class, upon acceptance to the training. Call 263-5534 for more information. Appropriated Funds Government Purchase Card Training
  • 26. Reminder of Pet Owners’ Responsibilities The following list of responsibilities for pet owners living on Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area and Sagami Depot was released by the Housing Management Division: - Sponsors are responsible for cleaning the areas used by their pets. - If kept outside, the pet’s area must be policed daily to prevent a buildup of trash and fecal material.
  • 27. 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.
  • 28. Reminder of Pet Owners’ Responsibilities Violations can be reported to following email address: usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.mbx.usagj-dpw-housing- officer@mail.mil You may also report violations by calling the Housing Management Division at 263-3441 or 263-4503, or the Family Housing and Furnishing Management Branch at 263-3527 or 263-4136.
  • 29. The Camp Zama Education Center Summer face-to-face classes schedule and testing information is now available. Contact 263-5379 for enrollment information.
  • 30. University of Maryland Class Dates: June 2 – July 27 Registration Deadlines: May 28 and for the face-to-face classes is June 2. Contact 263-5379 for enrollment information or email zama-asia@umuc.edu.
  • 31. University of Maryland ECON 203 Principles of Microeconomics (3SH) Thursday 7:30-10:10 p.m. GEOG 100 Introduction to Geography (3SH) Tuesday and Thursday 7:30-10:10 p.m.
  • 32. University of Maryland HIST 266 The United States in World Affairs (3SH) Wednesday 4:40-7:20 p.m. IFSM 304 Ethics in Information Technology (3SH) Monday 7:30-10:10 p.m.
  • 33. University of Maryland JAPN 111 Elementary Japanese I (3SH) Monday and Wednesday 4:40-7:20 p.m. JAPN 115 Elementary Japanese IV (3SH) Monday and Wednesday 7:30-10:10 p.m.
  • 34. University of Maryland MATH 103 College Mathematics (3SH) Tuesday and Thursday 4:40-7:20 p.m.
  • 35. Central Texas College Class Dates: June 2 – July 27 Registration Deadlines: May 30 Contact 263-1201 for enrollment information or email zama@pfec.ctcd.edu.
  • 36. Central Texas College BUSI 1307 Personal Finance (3SH) Monday and Wednesday 6-9 p.m. CDEC 1174 Technology in the Classroom (1SH) Saturday (6/7 & 6/14) 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • 37. Central Texas College CJSA 1312 Crime in America (3SH) Monday and Wednesday 6-9 p.m. CJSA 1348 Ethics in Criminal Justice (3SH) Tuesday and Thursday 6-9 p.m.
  • 38. Central Texas College HMSY 1342 Understanding & Combating Terrorism (3SH) Tuesday and Thursday 6-9 p.m. HRPO 2301 Human Resources Management (3SH) Tuesday and Thursday 5:30-8:30 p.m.
  • 39. Central Texas College BMGT 1177 Critical & Creative Thinking (1SH) Monday and Wednesday (6/2 & 6/11) 8-12:00 p.m.
  • 40. The University of Phoenix Contact 263-1201 for enrollment information.
  • 41. The University of Phoenix QRB/501 Quantitative Reasoning for Business (3SH) Monday 6-10 p.m. from July 10 – Aug. 14 MGT/521 Management (3SH) Wednesday 6-10 p.m. from July 15 to Aug. 23
  • 42. CLEP (College Level Examination Program): Online preparation materials are available at www.freeuniv.com To register go to https://clep.collegeboard.org/started and create an account, then schedule your test on http://labs.asia.umuc.edu/reserve
  • 43. DSST (DANTES Subject Standardized Tests): Online preparation materials are available on www.getcollegecredit.com To schedule your tests go to http://labs.asia.umuc.edu/reserve
  • 44. Pearson VUE: To schedule your test go to www.pearsonvue.com/military
  • 45. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 1. Go to www.pay.gov 2. In the left hand column locate “Public Forms,” then select “By Form Name” 3. Click “B” then click “BG Crawford F. Sams Clinic” to open the form
  • 46. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 4. Enter all required information on the form 5. Select a payment method 6. Click Submit Data
  • 47. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 7. Follow the steps provided by “PAY.GOV” to enter your payment information 8. Click continue 9. Confirm your information then enter your Email Address
  • 48. NO log in required! Just follow the steps below: 10. Click “Submit Payment” 11. Print a copy of your receipt for your personal records You have just completed an online payment!
  • 49. The Camp Zama Navy Federal Credit Union will extend its daily hours of operation until 5 p.m. and will be open on Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Call 263-4635 for more information.
  • 50. Camp Zama’s thrift store, “The Treasure Trove,” is now open for business. The Treasure Trove will have items such as clothing, shoes, jewelry, toys and much more available for purchase. Now Open on Camp Zama
  • 51. All patrons are welcome to shop. The thrift store can only accept cash (yen or dollars) at this time. Now Open on Camp Zama
  • 52. The Treasure Trove is located on the Zama American High School campus, Bldg. 988, Room T-5. Now Open on Camp Zama
  • 53. Now Open on Camp Zama The hours of operation are as follows: Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Every Third Saturday: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 263-4467 to volunteer, donate or for more information.
  • 54. In accordance with USAG-J Regulation 40-650, all pets residing on the installation must be registered with the Camp Zama Veterinary Clinic within 72 hours of purchase, adoption, or arrival in Japan.
  • 55. Failure to do so will result in pet(s) being captured by military police and impounded at the owner’s expense.
  • 56. Visit the Camp Zama Veterinary Clinic at Bldg. 1042 or call 263-3875 (046-407-3875 from outside the installation) for more information.
  • 57. Effective April 3, vehicle traffic in and out of traffic circle to 5th Avenue and Chapel Hill Road will be closed. Drivers are advised to exercise caution and adjust their routes accordingly. Information for community
  • 58. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 263-8255 Website: SuicidePreventionLifeline.org
  • 59. Japanese phones/cell: 046-407-8255 Allied Telesis: 98-263-8255 Vonage or Skype: (800) 273-8255 Military and Family Life Counselor: 263-3638
  • 60. Facebook, Twitter, and even your inbox. The Pacific Region’s Army and Air Force Exchange Service is making it easier than ever for Camp Zama shoppers to exercise their Exchange benefit via the Internet. ‘Buddies’ Receive Exclusive Offers Camp Zama Exchange
  • 61. The Camp Zama Exchange’s Buddy List enables military shoppers to be among the first to find out about exclusive savings, promotions, events and special offers at the Exchange. ‘Buddies’ Receive Exclusive Offers Camp Zama Exchange
  • 62. The weekly Buddy List delivers emails about worldwide and local promotions to approximately 233,000 authorized Exchange shoppers. ‘Buddies’ Receive Exclusive Offers Camp Zama Exchange
  • 63. Customers interested in receiving these messages can sign up at the Camp Zama Exchange or online at www.shopmyexchange.com/ExchangeStores/buddy.htm ‘Buddies’ Receive Exclusive Offers Camp Zama Exchange
  • 64. Temporary Location of Dental Clinic As of Feb. 26, the Camp Zama Dental Clinic has relocated to the temporary dental clinic, Bldg. T-704, as MEDDAC-J/DENTAC-J Phase 1 renovations continue.
  • 65. Temporary Location of Dental Clinic During this transition, the dental clinic will maintain the same hours and services. Call 263-4603 to make an appointment.
  • 66. Temporary Location of Dental Clinic Routine Care and In- and Out-processing: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday) 7:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Thursday) Sick Call: 7:30 to 8 a.m. (Monday through Friday)
  • 67. Units located on U.S. Army Garrison Japan Honshu installations must coordinate with the Hazardous Material Control Center at Sagami General Depot when purchasing hazardous materials.
  • 68. Please procure recycled, bio-based or environmentally preferable materials when they are available in a timely manner, they meet your unit’s performance standards and are reasonably priced.
  • 69. A dinner, fellowship and Bible study known as “Midweek Mingles” will be held every Wednesday through May from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Camp Zama Chapel.
  • 70. Email zamaparishcoordinator@gmail.com for more information.
  • 71. The Women, Infants and Children Overseas program is a nutrition-education and supplemental-food program that helps mothers and young children eat well and stay healthy.
  • 72. Program services are available to those eligible and their dependents living overseas (active-duty military, DOD civilian employees and DOD contractors). Eligibility is based on family size and income.
  • 73. Who is eligible? - Pregnant women (until six weeks after delivery) - Postpartum women (until six months after pregnancy) - Breastfeeding women (until the infant’s first birthday) - Infants and children (until 5 years old)
  • 74. Call 263-8960 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays or from 8 a.m. to noon on Thursdays to verify your eligibility.
  • 75. If you want to vote in a Federal Primary or Special Election in March, April or May 2014, you should visit www.FVAP.gov for information on registering to vote and requesting your absentee ballot according to State deadlines and requirements.
  • 76. States must provide requested ballots 45 days before an election.
  • 77. If you do not receive your requested State ballot at least 30 days before an election prepare, print and sign the backup Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot at www.FVAP.gov.
  • 78. March Primary and Special Election Dates: View the complete 2014 Primary Election Calendar at www.FVAP.gov for more information.
  • 79. Contact 263-4196 or via email USARMY.Zama.USARPAC.MBX. USARJ-Voting-Assistance @MAIL.MIL for more information
  • 80. 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.
  • 81. 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.
  • 82. 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.
  • 83. 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.
  • 84. 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.
  • 85. 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.
  • 86. 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、 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 報告することは、皆さん一人ひとりの努めです。 Commanding General USARJ
  • 87. 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、 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、 テロ活動の可能性を見きわめる鍵となります。 Commanding General USARJ
  • 88. 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、 今日では「内部」にある脅威の可能性に なってきています。 Commanding General USARJ
  • 89. 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 大事な要素となります。 Commanding General USARJ
  • 90. iWATCH Army および iSALUTE という 2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、 誰もが報告できるツールです。 Commanding General USARJ
  • 91. テロと疑わしい行為を確認した場合は、 最寄の軍警察(MP)に報告してください。 電話番号は 080-5903-4501 または 軍電 263-3002、あるいは 911 です。 Commanding General USARJ
  • 92. You can register to vote, request an absentee ballot or check the status of your ballot on www.FVAP.gov
  • 93. Contact your voting assistance officer via email at usarmy.zama.usarpac.mbx. usarj-votingassistance@mail.mil or by phone at 263-4196 for more information.
  • 94. Units located on U.S. Army Garrison Japan Honshu installations must coordinate with the Hazardous Material Control Center at Sagami Depot. Call 268-4222 for assistance.
  • 95. Please procure recycled, bio-based or environmentally preferable materials when they are available in a timely manner, they meet your unit's performance standards, and are reasonably priced.
  • 96. Due to regulatory changes with the implementation of U.S. Army Garrison Japan Regulation 190-13, Status of Forces Agreement sponsors will no longer be able to procure unescorted passes or Defense Biometric Identification System cards for their non-SOFA English students.
  • 97. Currently issued passes and DBIDS cards will be authorized for use until their expiration date, but will not be reissued.
  • 98. A number of training dates are scheduled to be held, in both English and Japanese language instruction, on shelf-life policy training to explain standard practice in the management and storage of shelf-life material at the managing activity and depot level.
  • 99. Students will learn to properly apply mandatory storage standards criteria in evaluating the condition of shelf-life material upon receipt, in storage, during surveillance, upon shipment, and when test or restorative actions are required to maintain or return stocks to a ready-for-issue status.
  • 100. Camp Zama (Japanese Session) Date: May 29 (Nomination deadline: May 22) Time: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: VID Training Room, Bldg. 125, Classroom 104 Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 101. Camp Zama (English Session) Date: May 30 (Nomination deadline: May 22) Time: 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Location: VID Training Room, Bldg. 125, Classroom 104 Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 102. Yokohama North Dock (Japanese Session) Date: Sept. 25 (Nomination deadline: Sept. 18) Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: 403rd AFSB, Conference Room, Bldg. 347 Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 103. Yokohama North Dock (English Session) Date: Sept. 26 (Nomination deadline: Sept. 18) Time: 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: 403rd AFSB, Conference Room, Bldg. 347 Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 104. Kure Pier (Tentatively scheduled for early May) Call 263-4814 for more information.
  • 105. The parking lot for Bldg. 360 on Camp Zama, which includes the GSA Mart, Military Clothing Sales Store and the Arts and Crafts Center, is scheduled to be closed Jan. 20 through Oct. 31 in order to build a permanent parking lot. Bldg. 360 Parking Lot Closure on Camp Zama
  • 106. This will necessitate the closure of 33 parking spaces. Temporary parking will be available on the side and rear of Bldg. 102. Half-Road Closure Between Bldgs. 101, 102
  • 107. Wednesdays, from 6 to 8 p.m. starting Jan. 8 at the Camp Zama Chapel. Free community dinner is provided. Men’s Fellowship
  • 108. No prerequisites. Join any time. Free study guide provided. Learn about the trials and triumphs of real men in the Bible, and how they relate to you. Men’s Fellowship
  • 109. As of Jan. 1, 2014, the DSN operators will provide the following services between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Directory assistance for official DSN numbers on Honshu. Assistance with DSN conference calls. Official Operator Service
  • 110. Provide community-of-interest numbers for Allied Telesis. Operators will not provide directory information for housing areas. From 6 p.m. to 7 a.m., operator functions will be performed by the 78th Signal Bn. Regional Network Operation Support Center. Official Operator Service
  • 111. Join us for an interactive Biblical study on the New Testament using Chuck Swindoll’s Insights New Testament Handbook. Spring 2014 – Wednesday Evening Ladies Fellowship
  • 112. Together we’ll learn about the author of each book, cultural and historical background, discuss and share how each book in God’s word applies to our lives today. Spring 2014 – Wednesday Evening Ladies Fellowship
  • 113. First and third Wednesday of each month at Fellowship Hall Camp Zama Chapel, 6 to 8 p.m. Free community dinner and child care provided by the Chapel ministry team. Spring 2014 – Wednesday Evening Ladies Fellowship
  • 114. No prerequisites. Study guide provided. Join any time. Meet new friends, engage in the community. Newcomers always welcome. Spring 2014 – Wednesday Evening Ladies Fellowship
  • 115. Wednesday BRACE Dates, 6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 15 and 29 April 2, 16, and 30 Feb. 5 and 19 May 7 and 21 March 5 and 19 Spring 2014 – Wednesday Evening Ladies Fellowship
  • 116. The U.S. Postal Service’s Click-N-Ship online service can save customers time and money – up to 16 percent for Priority Mail and Priority Mail Express parcels. U.S. Postal Service’s ‘Click-N-Ship’ Online Service
  • 117. At Click-N-Ship, customers can calculate and compare postage, pay via credit card and print their shipping labels and customs forms from home. U.S. Postal Service’s ‘Click-N-Ship’ Online Service
  • 118. Visit the USPS webpage at www.usps.com click “Ship Online Now,” then “Print a Shipping Label Now” and follow the instructions. U.S. Postal Service’s ‘Click-N-Ship’ Online Service
  • 119. Secure the printed shipping label on your article and bring it to your local post office for mailing. Call 263-8593 or visit the USPS website at www.usps.com for more information. U.S. Postal Service’s “Click-N-Ship” Online Service
  • 120. Heating setback temperatures during unoccupied times shall be set at 55 degrees. Daily temperature will be monitored hourly to effectively implement this energy-conservation initiative. Intermittent Heating Start Date
  • 121. The Camp Zama Community Bank is looking for motivated, energetic people to join its team. Camp Zama Community Bank Seeking Part-Time Teller
  • 122. If you have what it takes to be part of a world-class organization, apply online at http://careers.dodcommunitybank.com The bank is currently looking to fill a part-time teller position. Camp Zama Community Bank Seeking Part-Time Teller
  • 123. The Command Channel and the Morale, Welfare and Recreation channel on Camp Zama are now available in high definition. Sagamihara Family Housing Area will receive the HD upgrade at a later dater to be announced. Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 124. The listing for these HD channels is forthcoming and will be announced as soon as it is available. Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 125. The HD channels will require viewers to re-scan the channels on their TVs in order to view them. Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 126. Each TV model has a slightly different channel-scanning process, but it can generally be done by following these steps: Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 127. 1. Press the “Menu” button on your converter box, converter box remote, HDTV or HDTV remote. 2. Go to “Setup” or “Settings.” Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 128. 3. Go to “Installation,” “System” or “Channels.” 4. Go to “Scan Channels,” “Program Channels,” “Auto Scan,” “Auto Program” or “Auto Tuning.” Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 129. 5. Press “Select,” “Enter” or “OK” to start the scan. Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 130. The channel formerly used for the Pentagon Channel is scheduled to be used for broadcasts that are live-streamed, such as community information exchanges and town hall meetings. Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 131. Armed Forces Network channels are scheduled to be available in HD sometime in December. More details will be announced as they become available. Command, MWR Channels Switch to High Definition
  • 132. A portion of the road at the intersections of Ishinomaki Avenue and Sendai Street on Camp Zama is scheduled to be closed to traffic from Dec. 2 through March 2015 due to construction. Road Closure at Ishinomaki, Sendai Intersection
  • 133. Due to recent increased support of in-house custodial cleaning tasks at new facilities, the Directorate of Public Works will be reducing its cleaning frequencies with the exception of the following buildings: Change in Custodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 134. - Morale, Welfare and Recreation “Community Buildings” (Camp Zama Community Club, Bowling Center, etc.) - Child, Youth and School Services facilities (Child Development Centers, Youth Centers, etc.) Change in Custodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 135. - BG Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic - Department of Defense Education Activity schools - Army and Air Force Exchange Services acilities - Commissaries Change in Custodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 136. Community members are reminded that while some cleaning task frequencies may be reduced, the tasks will still be performed. There is a possibility that once the adjustments are made and the workforce has shifted, some frequencies may be increased. Change in Custodial Cleaning Frequencies
  • 137. The Identification Card section at Camp Zama’s Military Personnel Division will begin using the online RAPIDS appointment scheduler. ID Card Section to Begin Online Scheduling
  • 138. Visit the following link to schedule an appointment: http://go.usa.gov/WrXQ Call 263-4449 or 046-407-4449 for same-day appointments or further guidance. ID Card Section to Begin Online Scheduling
  • 139. All Status of Forces Agreement members, to include children and spouses, are required to register all privately owned bicycles. Sponsors need to prepare USAG-J Form 1349EJ in order to properly register all privately owned bicycles. Directorate of Emergency Services Bicycle Registration
  • 140. 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 Services Bicycle Registration
  • 141. Serial number locations are normally found on the below locations of any model bicycle: Head tubeSeat tube At rear wheel mount Under crank (bottom bracket) Common Serial Number Locations
  • 142. Registrations stickers will be placed visibly on the seat tube area: Seat tube
  • 143. 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 Program
  • 144. The EAP program is designed to: Promote personal growth, mental and Physical health, and strengthen individuals, Families and communities. Employee Assistance Program
  • 145. 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 Program
  • 146. Provide comprehensive short-term counseling and referral services to help individuals achieve a balance between their work, family and other personal responsibilities. Employee Assistance Program
  • 147. 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 Program
  • 148. 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 Program
  • 149. 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 Program
  • 150. Notice for Smokers to Smoke in Designated Areas Smokers on U.S. military installations are reminded that if they are smoking during business hours outside their office building or place of employment,
  • 151. they should do so only in designated smoking areas -- not near roads or in parking lots. Smokers must be considerate of nonsmokers. Notice for Smokers to Smoke in Designated Areas
  • 152. Residents’ Responsibilities During 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.
  • 153. 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’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDY
  • 154. 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’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDY
  • 155. 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’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDY
  • 156. Notification of On-post residents must notify the Housing Management Division for absences from quarters extended more than seven days. Absence from Quarters
  • 157. Please provide a POC who will have responsibility for your quarters during your absence. For more information: 263-4136/3890 046-407-4136/3890 Notification of Absence from Quarters
  • 158. SHARP Hotline (English-speaking) 090-9395-8909 or 882# from a DSN phone Call any time to include evenings, weekends and holidays.
  • 159. 通話料無料 ホットライン (日本語) 0120-279-338 電話番号をお確かめの上、おかけ下さい。 休日祝日問わず24時間対応。
  • 160. Posting Ads at Front of Bldg. 102 Not Authorized All personnel are reminded not to post advertisements at the front entrance of U.S. Army Garrison Japan headquarters, Bldg. 102. Call 263-3829 for more information.
  • 161. Provide your input or feedback online at the U.S. Army Garrison Japan ICE site and enter to win a prize! http://ice.disa.mil Good or bad, we’d like to know!
  • 162. 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.”
  • 163. 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.
  • 164. 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.
  • 165. 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.
  • 166. 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
  • 167. 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
  • 168. Emergency Supply Kit  Baby articles  First-Aid kit  Flashlight with extra batteries  Portable radio with extra batteries  Can opener  Backpack / luggage  Extra clothing (keep in mind baggage limits)  Blankets (seasonal)  $100 cash  Pet carrier (dog or cat only) with 10-day supply of pet foods

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