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Command Channel Slides Week Between Oct. 16 to 22

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Command Channel Slides Week Between Oct. 16 to 22

  1. 1. Domestic and Hot Water Outages on Oct. 21 and 28 Oct. 21: Domestic Water Outage From 9 ~ 11 a.m. / Bldg. 1024 From 9 a.m. ~ 4 p.m. / Bldgs.. 812, 813, 1027, 1024-1
  2. 2. Domestic and Hot Water Outages on Oct. 21 and 28 Oct. 21: Hot Water Outage From 9 ~ 12 a.m. / Bldgs.. S-1000~1012, 1070~1079, 1090~1095
  3. 3. Domestic and Hot Water Outages on Oct. 21 and 28 Oct. 28: Domestic Water Outage From 9 ~ 11 a.m. / Bldgs. S-1000~1012, 812, 813, 1027, 1024, 1024-1
  4. 4. Domestic and Hot Water Outages on Oct. 21 and 28 Oct. 28: Hot Water Outage From 9 ~ 12 a.m. / Bldgs. S-1000~1012, 1070~1079, 1090~1095
  5. 5. When the water faucets are turned on, the domestic and hot water may sputter and be erratic until the air in the piping system is fully dispersed and the water flow is restored in the pipes.
  6. 6. Also, discoloration (brownish) of the water may occur due to agitation of the rust in the existing pipes in your building when the water is turned on.
  7. 7. It is advised that the water faucets to the showers, lavatories and the kitchen sinks be turned on until the water runs clear.
  8. 8. We apologize for the inconveniences that may be caused by the outage and solicit your cooperation in accomplishing the above work. For more information concerning the work, call the project inspector at 263-8764.
  9. 9. Proudly Sponsored by MEDDAC-J and the Army Wellness Center Breast Cancer Awareness Walk I’m Walking in Honor of…… Love Life Hope WEAR PINK DAY!
  10. 10. Must submit USAG-J form 1529 and 1529-1 to Camp Zama or SFHA Pass Office before 4:30 p.m., Oct 30 or e-mail to usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.list. usagj-des-pass-office@mail.mil Directorate of Emergency Services SOFA members
  11. 11. Up to 10 adults & three children (under the age of 18) per adult allowed, including two guests’ vehicles. Children must be listed on the USAG-J form 1529. Directorate of Emergency Services SOFA members
  12. 12. Guests will need to show their pass & valid ID card at the gate upon their entry. USAG-J form 1529 cannot be processed at any gate. Directorate of Emergency Services SOFA members
  13. 13. Must submit USAG-J form 1529 and 1529-1 to Camp Zama or SFHA Pass Office before 4:30 p.m., Oct 30 or e-mail to usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.list. usagj-des-pass-office@mail.mil Directorate of Emergency Services Local National Employees
  14. 14. Up to five adults & three children (under the age of 18) per adult allowed, including one guest’s vehicle. Children must be listed on the USAG-J form1529. Directorate of Emergency Services Local National Employees
  15. 15. Directorate of Emergency Services Local National Employees Guests will need to show their pass & valid ID card at the gate upon their entry. USAG-J form 1529 cannot be processed at any gate.
  16. 16. Directorate of Emergency Services Authorized Forms of ID Japanese driver’s license (must have PIN number) *Japanese only Valid passport (Japanese or non-Japanese personnel can use passport) Japan Self-Defense Forces ID card
  17. 17. Directorate of Emergency Services Authorized Forms of ID Local national student ID card (for junior high or high school students) Residence card (New Alien Registration card) Special Permanent Resident Certificate (foreign nationals)
  18. 18. Directorate of Emergency Services Authorized Forms of ID A combination of proof of “Honseki” (either “Juminhyo” or“Koseki-shohon”) and a Japan driver’s license or “Juki” card will be accepted if you do not have your PIN number.
  19. 19. Directorate of Emergency Services Authorized Forms of ID Valid Alien Registration Card Any ID card Issued by the Government office of Japan.
  20. 20. U.S. Army Japan and I Corps (Forward) and U.S. Army Garrison Japan will host their annual Winter/Fall Safety and Health Fair Day on Oct. 23 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Camp Zama Community Activity Center.
  21. 21. This year’s safety day will host an array of events and activities. The Fair will include those activities that are common to living in Japan, such as: Safe Motorcycle driving and stopping, skiing, snowboard safety, Personal Protective Equipment, Fire safety display, Earthquake simulation,
  22. 22. such as: Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Simulation, medical safety, Driving under the influence simulation, Winter Car Care, and Body fat Measurement.
  23. 23. The purpose is to emphasize upcoming Fall/Winter safety and to raise an elevated safety and health awareness during the fall and winter months.
  24. 24. Security Division will be closed Oct. 26-30 and will resume regular hours 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Nov. 2. For childcare related investigation services, please contact at 315-263-8366 or at 315-263-5107 or by visit Bldg. 102, Room M216.
  25. 25. The next Appropriated Funds (APF) Government Purchase Card (GPC) training at Camp Zama will be conducted on Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. to noon.
  26. 26. Certificate and appointment letters are due by Oct. 20. You will be informed of the location upon acceptance to the training. POC: 263-5534
  27. 27. Fall 2015 Sports Schedule Oct. 02 7 p.m. Edgren A Oct. 09 7 p.m. * A Oct. 16 7 p.m. Yokota Homecoming Oct. 23 7 p.m. MC Perry H** Oct. 30 7 p.m. Egren H Football * Please contact ZAHS main office for more info ** Game will be played at NAF Atsugi
  28. 28. Fall 2015 Sports Schedule Oct. 01 5:30 p.m. ASIJ H Oct. 02-03 TBD EJ King A Oct. 09-10 TBD Edgren H* Oct. 13 5:30 p.m. Yokota HS A Volleyball * Game will be played at NAF Atsugi
  29. 29. Fall 2015 Sports Schedule Oct. 15 5:30 p.m. * A Oct. 22-24 TBD DoDDS Tourn. A Oct. 29 5:30 p.m. SIS H Nov. 2-6 TBD Far East A Volleyball * Please contact ZAHS main office for more info
  30. 30. Fall 2015 Sports Schedule Oct. 02-03 TBD DoDDS A Oct. 10 4 p.m. DoDDS/KPASSP A Oct. 16-17 TBD DoDDS A Oct. 24 9 a.m. Kanto Finals A Nov. 02-03 TBD Far East A Cross Country
  31. 31. Fall 2015 Sports Schedule Oct. 09-10 TBD Edgren H Oct. 22-24 TBD DoDDS Tourn. A Oct. 28 8:30 a.m. Kanto Finals A Nov. 02-05 TBD Far East A Tennis - Boys and Girls * Please contact ZAHS main office for more info
  32. 32. - NOTE - Dates and times are subject to change. Please check the school calendar at www.bitly.com/zamahscal for the most up-to-date information! Fall 2015 Sports Schedule
  33. 33. Hosted by: MEDDAC-J Camp Zama Community Activity Center Special Observance “Growing Native Leaders: Enhancing 7 Generations”
  34. 34. Nov. 5, 2015, from 2 - 3 p.m. For more information: 263-4076 Special Observance “Growing Native Leaders: Enhancing 7 Generations”
  35. 35. Are you ready for Red Ribbon Week? From Oct. 23-31, the red Ribbon Campaign is the oldest and largest drug prevention program in the Nation and a way for people and communities take a visible stand against drugs.
  36. 36. More information about activities during this week will be provided once it becomes available.
  37. 37. This year's theme, "Respect Yourself. Be Drug Free.", created by a middle school student in Ohio, is a wonderful, positive message to share - and we invite this community in joining the fight against drug abuse awareness.
  38. 38. ~Menu~ Tortilla Chicken Soup / Cream of Broccoli Soup Beef Enchiladas / Chicken Fajitas Tacos / Baked Chicken Refried Beans with Cheese Mashed Potatoes / Spanish Rice Mexican Mixed Vegetables California Blend Vegetables Price : $5.55 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  39. 39. Price : $4.85 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ~Menu~ Tortilla Chicken Soup / Cream of Broccoli Soup Baked Fish with Mustard Dill Sauce Chicken Pot Pie Mashed Potatoes Penne with Olive Oil Seasoned Brussels Sprouts Seasoned Mixed Vegetables
  40. 40. ~Menu~ Minestrone Soup / New England Clam Chowder Baked Lasagna / Spinach Lasagna Szechwan Chicken Spaghetti with Meat Sauce / Marinara Sauce Mashed Potatoes / Rice Pilaf Seasoned Italian Blend Seasoned Succotash Toasted Garlic Bread Price : $5.55 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  41. 41. Price : $4.85 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ~Menu~ Minestrone Soup New England Clam Chowder Yankee Pot Roast Creole Pork Steaks Mashed Potatoes Hopping John Ratatouille Sautéed Mustard Greens
  42. 42. ~Menu~ Chicken Gumbo Soup / Cream of Potato Soup BBQ Chicken / Fried Chicken / Baked Chicken BBQ Pork Spareribs / Southern Fried Catfish Baked Macaroni & Cheese Corn Bread Muffins Glazed Sweet Potatoes / Steamed Brown Rice Black Eyed Peas / Okra & Tomato Gumbo Southern Style Greens Southern Fried Okra Price : $5.55 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  43. 43. Price : $4.85 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ~Menu~ Chicken Gumbo Soup Cream of Potato Soup Swedish Meatballs Buffalo Chicken Paprika Buttered Potatoes Buttered Egg Noodles Herbed Broccoli Monaco Blend Vegetables
  44. 44. ~Menu~ Miso Soup / Chicken Egg Drop Soup Breaded Chicken Breast with Curry Sauce Japanese Ginger Pork / Nikujaga Oven Browned Potatoes Steamed Rice Tempura Eggplant Seasoned Mixed Oriental Price : $5.55 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  45. 45. Price : $4.85 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ~Menu~ Miso Soup Chicken Egg Drop Soup Baked Fish with Japanese Sweet & Sour Sauce Hamburger Yakisoba Franconia Potatoes Steamed Rice Calico Corn Seasoned Cauliflower
  46. 46. ~Menu~ Pepper Pot Soup / Beef Noodle Soup Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Cajun Baked Chicken Lemon Baked Fish Paprika Buttered Potatoes Steamed Rice Seasoned Wax Beans Creole Summer Squash Price : $5.55 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  47. 47. Price : $4.85 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. ~Menu~ Pepper Pot Soup Beef Noodle Soup Oriental Pepper Steaks Chinese 5 Spice Chicken Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice Seasoned Scandinavian Sautéed Spinach with Garlic & Lemon
  48. 48. Price : $6.25 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ~Menu~ Omelet / Boiled Eggs / Pancakes / Sliced Bacons Biscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef Hashed Browned Potatoes Bean Soup / Cream of Mushroom Soup Swiss Steak with Mushroom Gravy / Fried Chicken Baked Salmon with Tomato & Basil Scalloped Potatoes / Steamed Rice Glazed Carrots / Green Beans Casserole
  49. 49. Price : $7.65 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. ~Menu~ Old Fashioned Bean Soup Cream of Mushroom Soup Honey Mustard Pork Roast Jambalaya O’Brien Potatoes Penne with Tomato Sauce Peas & Carrots Sautéed Cabbage
  50. 50. Price : $6.25 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. ~Menu~ Omelet / Boiled Eggs / French Toast / Sliced Bacons Biscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef Hashed Browned Potatoes Beef Barley Soup / Chicken Wild Rice Soup Prime Rib with Au Jus / Barbecued Pork Loin Baked Fish with Honey Mustard Sauce Mashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned Antigua / Sautéed Mushrooms & Onions
  51. 51. Price : $7.65 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. ~Menu~ Beef Barley Soup Chicken Wild Rice Soup Sukiyaki Creamy Spaghetti with Chicken & Mushrooms Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice Seasoned Asparagus Seasoned Edamame
  52. 52. Japan embargoed poultry from specific U.S. states after outbreaks of avian flu were discovered in poultry flocks in the U.S. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  53. 53. In Dec. 2014, three U.S. states had known outbreaks of avian flu. Since December, cases of avian flu have been discovered in additional U.S. states. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  54. 54. The states with outbreaks of avian flu are also where the big U.S. producers of cooked poultry products have plants. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  55. 55. Japan’s embargo has significantly limited our ability to stock cooked poultry products. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  56. 56. Frozen dinners, pot pies, chicken nuggets, lunch meats and franks are the most noticeable cooked poultry products missing from commissary shelves. To compensate, we’ve increased our stock of cooked products made with beef, pork and fish. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  57. 57. On Aug. 28, Japan eased the embargo to allow shipment of poultry slaughtered on or after Aug. 28 from nine U.S. states. Some of these states manufacture product for resale. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  58. 58. DeCA began working with its suppliers in early September to order cooked and uncooked products from manufacturers with plants in these eligible states. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  59. 59. Uncooked poultry from major suppliers such as Tyson and Foster Farms will arrive first in commissaries in Okinawa and mainland Japan. Uncooked poultry products could arrive as early as mid-October. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  60. 60. Cooked poultry products require more time to produce. DeCA has placed orders for cooked poultry, and these orders will be filled when eligible products become available and are certified by the USDA as eligible to ship. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  61. 61. We’re doing everything we can to manage the impact of the embargo and deliver the best products available for our customers. ( U p d a t e d S e p t . 2 1 , 2 0 1 5 )
  62. 62. There will be alumni representatives for State-Side colleges.
  63. 63. Local international college reps will be in attendance. Light snacks provided during event. There will be a financial aid class provided during the fair for parents.
  64. 64. For additional information, please call 263-5441.
  65. 65. Intermittent Cooling Period: In order to comply with Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy & Environment memorandum and USAG Japan Command Policy #200,
  66. 66. Intermittent Cooling Period: air-condition (A/C) systems will be operated based on outside temperatures and heat index from local weather forecasts as follows; 78°F or above (from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.) 74°F or above (from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.)
  67. 67. Intermittent Cooling Period: Those who have independent control of their A/C systems, please follow Command Policy, operate A/C only when outside temperature is 78°F (26°C) or greater, and maintain occupied spaces at 78°F (26°C).
  68. 68. Intermittent Cooling Period: Discontinue A/C use when outside temperature falls below 78°F (26°C). This will help us save energy and meet our requirements.
  69. 69. No Heating / No Cooling Period: Following intermittent cooling period, DPW will transition into “No Heating / No Cooling” period on or around 8 October 2015 based on historical weather records,
  70. 70. No Heating / No Cooling Period: which will allow DPW to perform necessary preventive maintenance, checks, and services required on heating systems throughout installation prior to heating period.
  71. 71. No Heating / No Cooling Period: During “No Heating / No Cooling” period, facility / building managers must ensure occupants maximize use of natural ventilation by opening windows and common area entrances.
  72. 72. No Heating / No Cooling Period: The following facilities will be provided top priority of a controlled environment service without natural ventilation capability: DOD Schools, MEDDAC, Exchange, Camp Zama Community Club.
  73. 73. Intermittent Heating Period: Based on historical weather records, intermittent heating period is projected to begin on or around Oct. 29.
  74. 74. Intermittent Heating Period: Heating will be provided based on outside temperatures and heat index from local weather forecasts as follows: 68°F or lower (from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.) 55°F or lower (from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.)
  75. 75. Any questions please call DPW, 263-3609.
  76. 76. The Department of Defense will delay the implementation of the electronic customs form requirement as part of GTC until further notice. CUSTOMER NOTICE Effective immediately
  77. 77. The Camp Zama Post Office will be closed from 1 to 2 p.m. daily and will soon resume normal operating hours on a date to be determined. Sorry for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding. . CUSTOMER NOTICE Effective immediately
  78. 78. Effective Sept. 10, all Soldiers have direct access to AER assistance. There is no longer a requirement for commander's approval. This is a very big deal!
  79. 79. What is the Policy Change? The policy change allows all Soldiers, regardless of rank, direct access to AER without having to obtain approval from their Chain of Command. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  80. 80. Why did AER make the change? The number of Active Duty Soldiers requesting assistance has declined 35% over the past six years. Assessments reveal that Soldiers are reluctant to seek AER assistance because the process can be intimidating and there is a perceived negative stigma associated with asking for financial help. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  81. 81. Who approved the change? The AER Board of Managers unanimously approved the policy change in an email vote in July. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  82. 82. When will the new policy be implemented? The new policy is scheduled to become effective on September 9th, 2015. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  83. 83. Does AER expect to see an increase in requests for assistance? Yes, we expect an initial increase in assistance requests when this policy is implemented. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  84. 84. Does AER have the financial resources for this change if there is a large increase in requests? AER has the resources to support the anticipated increase in assistance requests. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  85. 85. Are there any exceptions, or caveats to this policy? Soldiers in the grades of E-1 through E-4 in Initial Entry Training (IET) will not be authorized direct access. They will continue to submit AER requests through the unit Chain of Command. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  86. 86. Are there any exceptions, or caveats to this policy? All Soldiers in the grade of E-1 through E-4 must have a minimum of 12 months’ Time in Service (TIS) and have completed IET whichever is greater in order to be eligible for direct access. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  87. 87. Are there any exceptions, or caveats to this policy? Regardless of rank, financial assistance will be limited to two assistance requests (loan or grant) within a 12 month period without the Commander/First Sergeant review. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  88. 88. Are there any exceptions, or caveats to this policy? All Soldiers, regardless of rank, who exhibit “high risk” financial behavior IAW AR 600-85 and SecArmy Directive 2013-11 (Change to the Army Risk Reduction Program), will require Company Commander/First Sergeant review before AER assistance will be considered. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  89. 89. Will there still be a Commander’s Referral Program Yes. The Commander’s Referral Program will stay, as is, and remains the quickest way to get assistance. Direct Access Policy Change Questions and Answers:
  90. 90. The Zama Exchange is bringing back fee-free layaway, just in time for early holiday shopping. The layaway program ensures military shoppers have plenty of time to pay for gifts while keeping them hidden from prying eyes. Message from the Camp Zama Exchange Fee-Free Layaway is Back for the Holidays:
  91. 91. Starting Sept 11, the Zama Exchange will waive the $3 service fee for items that are placed on layaway and paid for by Dec. 24-including toys and bikes. Purchases of $25 or more are eligible for the layaway plan. Message from the Camp Zama Exchange Fee-Free Layaway Is Back for the Holidays:
  92. 92. "The Exchange's layaway program is a convenient way for shoppers to stock up on gifts for the holidays while staying mindful of their budgets," said Exchange General Manager. Message from the Camp Zama Exchange Fee-Free Layaway Is Back for the Holidays:
  93. 93. "By waiving the service fee, the Exchange makes it worthwhile for shoppers to give layaway a try and keep gifts hidden from family members who love snooping." Message from the Camp Zama Exchange Fee-Free Layaway Is Back for the Holidays:
  94. 94. A deposit of 15 percent is required to hold items on layaway at the Exchange. Shoppers can visit the Zama Exchange customer service for complete program details and eligibility information. Message from the Camp Zama Exchange Fee-Free Layaway Is Back for the Holidays:
  95. 95. Increasing Transaction Fees Effective Sept. 18, the Commercial Travel Office (CTO) will be increasing transaction fees as follows: Traditional CBA/IBA $22.73 CBA DTS Online $5.85 CBA DTS Agent $22.73 DTS Hotel/Car Only $0.00 Manual Air Hotel/Car Only $0.00 Leave in Conjunction with Orders $35.00 For additional information, please contact the CTO at 855-431-7705 or Transportation Office at 263-7180
  96. 96. Holly, Jolly Shopping Starts with Toyland at the Zama Exchange Camp Zama: Military shoppers who want to get a jump on fulfilling holiday wish lists can turn to the Zama Exchange's special Toyland section, which opened Sept. 19. Toyland
  97. 97. Toyland aisles are stocked with the latest dolls, action figures and more for children of all ages. For the second straight year, shoppers can look for the Military Brat-Approved logo on shelves to find the hottest toys which were selected favorably by military children. Toyland
  98. 98. "No matter what kids are wishing for this year, the Exchange's Toyland has them covered." "The Exchange makes it easy for shoppers to stretch their holiday budgets with tax-free savings, price matching and a layaway system." Toyland
  99. 99. Shoppers also can use the Zama Exchange's fee-free holiday layaway from now through Dec. 24 to keep purchased toys safely and out of your child’s sight. The Zama Exchange customer service area has complete program details and eligibility information. Toyland
  100. 100. For those who prefer to shop online, www.shopmyexchange.com is loaded with this season's best toys. As an added benefit, online purchases of over $49, ship for free when paying with a MILITARY STAR card. Toyland
  101. 101. There will be a half road closure and full sidewalk closure on SENDAI Street at Camp Zama until Oct. 9. Traffic will be controlled by flag men from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mon-Fri and closed on Weekends and Holidays. Upcoming Road Closures Upcoming/Ongoing Closure 1
  102. 102. Notice of Half Road Closure on SFHA: Starting Oct. 13, 2015, construction crews will begin rebuilding the existing roads bordering the ongoing townhouse construction in the Sagamihara Family Housing Area. Upcoming Road Closures Upcoming/Ongoing Closure 2
  103. 103. As a result of the construction work, motorists will experience half road closures in the vicinity of 1st and 2nd streets and Sagami and Fuchinobe roads. The road closures will be incrementally phased with an estimated completion date of Jan. 14, 2016. Upcoming Road Closures Upcoming/Ongoing Closure 2
  104. 104. As part of the ongoing Sagamihara City tunnel-widening construction project on Camp Zama, Ishinomaki Avenue (street area between Community Bank and the Camp Zama Community Club) has been opened to traffic after being closed for a year. Upcoming Road Closures Upcoming/Ongoing Closure 3
  105. 105. Subsequently, 5th Ave. (street area between CZCC parking lot and Bldg. 563 lodging) will be closed until March 2016 as construction begins on the next phase of the project. Upcoming Road Closures Upcoming/Ongoing Closure 3
  106. 106. Garden Home Utility Access Panel Aging water lines and seismic activity can produce leaks which requires a visual inspection of the water lines that are underneath the garden homes Garden Homes: Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area
  107. 107. Garden Home Utility Access Panel Operations and Maintenance Division and Housing Management Division, Directorate of Public Works will conduct 100% inspections of underground water lines located within the utility access panels (inside) quarters: Garden Homes: Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area
  108. 108. Garden Home Utility Access Panel Camp Zama 46~48, 955~959, 962~965, 971~974, 983~989, 1064~1068, 1070~1079, 1090~1095 Garden Homes: Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area
  109. 109. Garden Home Utility Access Panel Sagamihara Family Housing Areas 111-01~111-04, 238, 253, 262~264, 301~309, 388, 502, 544, 574 Garden Homes: Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area
  110. 110. Garden Home Utility Access Panel A DPW Coordinator will be contacting customers with a schedule: Times: 8:30~12 a.m. and / or 1~4 p.m. Dates: Sept. 21 ~ Dec. 18, 2015 Garden Homes: Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area
  111. 111. Garden Home Utility Access Panel Occupants must remove any furnishings/objects from the top of the utility access panels PRIOR to the inspection Garden Homes: Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area
  112. 112. GradeSpeed is a web-based program that enables parents to log-in to view grade and attendance data for their student(s).
  113. 113. GradeSpeed will be the only authorized and supported grade book used by U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) employees in Grades 4-12.
  114. 114. Parents must register at: dodea.gradespeed.net to establish a personal GradeSpeed access account.
  115. 115. After their account has been established, parents will be able to login to view grade and attendance data only for their student.
  116. 116. Effective immediately, the Camp Zama and Torii Station Defense Military Pay Offices will no longer process Civilian travel entitlements.
  117. 117. DFAS Rome pays all claims for Civilian travelers. The Military Pay Offices are always here to assist with any questions when filling out the travel vouchers, but the submission will all be digital via the Travel Voucher Direct system on www.dfas.mil.
  118. 118. There are step-by-step guides to assist Civilians completing the vouchers online. If you have any questions, please contact the Military Pay Office on your installation.
  119. 119. The following websites will help with this process. http://www.dfas.mil/civilianemployees/travelpay/ information.html http://www.dfas.mil/civilianemployees/travelpay/ travelvoucherdirect.html
  120. 120. Parent Central Services is your first stop to register and make payments for FCD (Child Development Center), SAC ( School Age Center), Youth Center, Youth Sports, and SKIES classes. U.S. Army Child Youth and School Services information Bldg. 680 263-4125 / 4743 / 5723 Off-Base:046-407-4125
  121. 121. Families wishing to enroll their children in any of the Child Youth & School Services programs must register at Parent Central Services. U.S. Army Child Youth and School Services information Bldg. 680 263-4125 / 4743 / 5723 Off-Base:046-407-4125
  122. 122. Registration is FREE for all eligible patrons. We will be happy to assist you in the registration process from start to finish. U.S. Army Child Youth and School Services information Bldg. 680 263-4125 / 4743 / 5723 Off-Base:046-407-4125
  123. 123. Payment method: We accept credit card, cash and check payments in US Dollars only. Payments can also be made by phone using your credit card. U.S. Army Child Youth and School Services information Bldg. 680 263-4125 / 4743 / 5723 Off-Base:046-407-4125
  124. 124. Fees are set according to Department of Defense (DoD) policy. Fees are based on total family income (TFI) on a sliding scale per DoD policy. U.S. Army Child Youth and School Services information Bldg. 680 263-4125 / 4743 / 5723 Off-Base:046-407-4125
  125. 125. CDCs are quality age-appropriate environments that prepare your child to master life skills through hands on developmentally appropriate program activities and learning environments.
  126. 126. Programs are designed to promote a positive self image, develop fine and large muscle coordination, increase verbal communication, expand creative ideas, build self help skills and problem solving techniques, and to teach educational learning concepts through situational learning experiences and play.
  127. 127. Educational activities and programs are available for children ages 6 weeks through years old (kindergarten).
  128. 128. Monday-Friday: 5:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday: Closed Hourly care Part day 3 and 5 day preschool Infant, Pre-toddler, toddler, and preschool care Strong beginnings before/after kindergarten program
  129. 129. Zama CDC Bldg. 691, DSN: 263-4992, Off-Base: 046-407-4992 SFHA CDC Bldg. S-107, DSN: 267-6273, Off-Base: 042-869-6273
  130. 130. School Age Center (SAC) is a great before and after school program for children in grades one to six. There are a wide variety of activities for children in our community throughout the year.
  131. 131. SAC offers a variety of care options to include before and after school, hourly, open recreation, and full day no school and camp programs (winter, spring and summer).
  132. 132. Monday-Friday: 5:30 - 8 a.m., 2:30 - 6 p.m. No School Days: 5:30 - 6 p.m. Saturday-Sunday: Closed Outdoor/Indoor Sports Computer, Xbox, Wii, Playstation Games Free Snacks, and much more...
  133. 133. Youth have the opportunity to assist with creating new programs that peak their interest. Field trips occur on a regular basis and include action/adventure parks, skiing/snowboarding trips, swimming, and exploring other fun activities around Japan.
  134. 134. Boys & Girls club and 4-H programs High adventure activities Indoor & outdoor sporting events Technology lab Music studio Karaoke, arts and crafts, plus much more!
  135. 135. Monday-Thursday: 2:30 - 8 a.m. Friday: 2:30 - 10 p.m. Saturday: 1 - 10 p.m. Sunday: Closed
  136. 136. Bldg. 744 DSN: 263-4500, Off-Base: 046-407-4500
  137. 137. Youth Sports and Fitness Program was developed to meet your children's recreation and athletic needs, emphasizing safety, participation, and fundamental good sportsmanship.
  138. 138. Every program is designed to provide all youth the opportunity to participate, develop fundamental skills and grow in an atmosphere of sportsmanship, citizenship and teamwork.
  139. 139. Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday: Closed
  140. 140. Bldg. 744 DSN: 263-4066, Off-Base: 046-407-4600
  141. 141. U.S. Army Medical Department Activity- Japan is currently undergoing temporary “split operations” with Tripler Army Medical Center.
  142. 142. What does this mean to you? All correspondence is sent by TAMC (to include Invoice and Receipts and Past Due Notices), and TAMC is also filing insurance claims.
  143. 143. If you have questions regarding insurance claims filing, please contact your insurance company and/or TAMC at the number listed on your Invoice and Receipt.
  144. 144. MEDDAC-J is collecting and processing payments from both patients and insurance returns.
  145. 145. If you suspect your insurance has reimbursed your claim, feel free to contact MEDDAC-J Billing Office to inquire as to whether or not the Office is currently processing it.
  146. 146. What can you do to help? Insurance companies will be less likely to deny claims to their customers than the medical facility acting on the customer’s behalf.
  147. 147. Therefore, please be proactive with your insurance company. However, if you have not received an Explanation of Benefits (EOB) from your insurance company within 90 days after receiving your Invoice and Receipt from TAMC,
  148. 148. Please inform the MEDDAC-J billing office at 263-4693 particularly if the claim that was filed corresponded to a date of service before FY14.
  149. 149. For more information, patients can call 263-4693 or 046-407-4693.
  150. 150. Customers are now able to pay for their medical care online through the “pay.gov” website. No login information is required to complete payment.
  151. 151. Follow steps below: 1. Go to www.pay.gov 2. In the left hand column locate Public Forms, select By Form Name 3. Click B and click BG Crawford F. Sams Clinic to open form
  152. 152. Follow steps below: 4. Enter all required information on the form 5. Select a payment method 6. Click Submit Data
  153. 153. Follow 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
  154. 154. Follow steps below: 10. Click Submit Payment 11. Print a copy of your receipt for your personal records You have just completed an online payment!
  155. 155. The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) recently announced a data breach affecting the personal records of over 21 million individuals.
  156. 156. Go to https://www.opm.gov/cybersecurity for information on available assistance and ways to protect your personal information.
  157. 157. This site will offer information regarding the OPM incidents, and will direct individuals to materials, training, and useful information on best practices to secure data.
  158. 158. You are encouraged to carefully read the information contained on the OPM website and continuously monitor their website for additional updates.
  159. 159. The Camp Zama Girl Scouts is seeking a Registrar/Support Services Secretary. Camp Zama Girl Scouts Employment Opportunity
  160. 160. This position is responsible for registering all Girl Scouts, maintaining files and records, and other business and clerical support as needed by USAGSO-WP Headquarters; serves as the afternoon receptionist. Camp Zama Girl Scouts Employment Opportunity
  161. 161. Accurate computer skills, good customer service skills and willing to work as a member of a small, by great team are all required. Camp Zama Girl Scouts Employment Opportunity
  162. 162. Employment includes 20 hours a week from 12:30 – 4:30 p.m., Monday – Friday, and the position is based at Camp Zama. Camp Zama Girl Scouts Employment Opportunity
  163. 163. Position is immediately available; Apply by sending a cover letter and resume to westpacificceo@gmail.com or drop cover letter and resume off at the Girl Scout Office, 2nd floor of Bldg. 533 (behind the Exchange). Camp Zama Girl Scouts Employment Opportunity
  164. 164. Effective 1 July, 2015 all Department of the Army Civilians assigned to USAG Japan will in-process and out-process through the Military Personnel Division.
  165. 165. In-Processing Procedures: The appointment should be scheduled for the first business day following their arrival. When the new employee arrives for their scheduled appointment please ensure they have their orders and passports for them and their family members.
  166. 166. In-Processing Procedures: The assigned sponsor MUST be with them when the report for their in-processing appointment. The MPD will issue their Installation In-Processing paperwork using the Installation Support Module (ISM) INPROC/OUTPROC program.
  167. 167. In-Processing Procedures: The new DAC is still required to report to CPAC on Wednesday, 8:30 a.m. for the CPAC briefs. Please make sure the sponsors are coordinating this in-processing. We want to streamline this process and make it a simple as we can.
  168. 168. One very important administrative note: Please have the new employees bring original or certified copies of birth certificates, marriage license and or divorce decrees. This will eliminate issues when getting the ID Cards for dependents.
  169. 169. Out-Processing Procedures: When the DAC receives there PCS orders to depart USAG Japan please have them to contact the MPD at 263-4122/8699 to schedule an out-processing appointment.
  170. 170. Out-Processing Procedures: This should be done as early as possible. This will give the agencies to pre-clear the employee. The employee will pick their out-processing paperwork 5 working days prior to their DEROS/departure day.
  171. 171. ISM INPROC/OUTPROC will lessen the burden of going to so many unnecessary places to out-process. Leaders, we need your support on this process.
  172. 172. Summer is typically a busy construction period. It is important to all community members, especially children, to practice safety and show awareness when maneuvering around a construction area in and around our community. Remember to "Stay Safe, Stay Away!"
  173. 173. With the different types of construction sites all over the installations, it is very important to be aware of the risk.
  174. 174. Large heavy vehicles – On some construction sites, heavy machinery and trucks could be operating to move heavy loads. When these machines are in use sometimes the operators are unable to see fully.
  175. 175. Large heavy vehicles Therefore if you go near them when in operation you run the risk of being seriously injured or worse.
  176. 176. Pits and manholes – When creating new buildings or demolishing old ones, often deep holes are dug to lay foundations or to reach the pipes below the construction site floor.
  177. 177. Pits and manholes When playing on construction sites, you may not be aware of these holes and may fall down them.
  178. 178. Building materials – Many of the materials that are used on construction sites like bricks, sand and pipes can also pose further risks to you. If not properly stored these materials could topple and fall on you.
  179. 179. Not wearing safety clothes – If you are not wearing the right safety clothing you are putting yourself at an even greater risk while on a construction site as people will not be able to see you. They are worn for a reason!
  180. 180. Not wearing safety clothes There are many ways to minimize the risks posed to community members by knowing how to stay safe!
  181. 181. Children should always be with an adult – never go on to a construction site if an adult is not present. This way they will be able to look out for you as well as instruct you on how to stay safe.
  182. 182. Mind the Barriers – Community members, especially children should always follow the specific routes around construction sites that are designed to keep community members a safe distance away from the construction site.
  183. 183. Always be alert – every minute something changes on a construction site, so it is best to be more alert when on sites. Heavy loads could be being moved or heavy machinery could be crossing the site. Always be alert!
  184. 184. Never play on/near construction sites – if a construction site is closed, it is closed for a reason. Do not view this as an opportunity to use it as a play ground.
  185. 185. Signs – be aware of all signs on construction sites. They are there for a reason and could save your life!
  186. 186. Y a n o F i t n e s s C e n t e r
  187. 187. The Zama Killer Katanas (ZKK) roller derby team is currently recruiting new skaters, referees, and non-skating officials (NSO).
  188. 188. Whether you want to be part of a team or want to get in shape come check us out. No experience required. Contact us at recruitment@zamakillerkatanas.com
  189. 189. Transition Assistance Program Be an advocate for your retirement community! The USAG-Japan Retiree Council meets third Friday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m. at Command Group Small Conference room.
  190. 190. Transition Assistance Program Contact your local transition assistance office: 263-3940
  191. 191. Interested in learning Japanese? Date: Every 2nd & 4th Tuesday of the month from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Location: SFHA Library For more information: 263-4357
  192. 192. Army Family Team Building Classes are available for the entire community.
  193. 193. Soldiers can earn four promotion points for every 40 hours of Army Community Service courses. (Promotion points are valid when the DA 87 has been signed by a Lt. Col. or above to certify course completion.)
  194. 194. Soldiers will not receive promotion points for mandatory classes such as First Termer's Financial Readiness Training, any course required by Command referral and NPSP classes taken as a result of a recommended Family Advocacy Case Review Committee treatment plan.
  195. 195. Available Classes: AFTB Leadership Development AFTB Military Knowledge AFTB Personal Growth and Resiliency
  196. 196. Available Classes: Family Advocacy Program/New Parent Support Program Financial Readiness Training Classes Operation Resources for Educating About Deployment and You (OPREADY)
  197. 197. The Army Community Service’s “ACS on Wheels” is available to come to your meetings and provide these training modules.
  198. 198. CCTV has transitioned from analog to digital signal.
  199. 199. If you are having trouble accessing the channels on your digital television, we strongly recommend to re-scan your television to access the local channels.
  200. 200. Since the transition occurred on Jan. 5, customers are NOT able to view local channels on cathode-ray tube televisions and digital non-compliant televisions.
  201. 201. Transition Assistance Program What's your transition plan? Get started today! Contact your local Transition Assistance Office: Bldg. 102, RM 111 DSN: 263-3940
  202. 202. Transition Assistance Program Be an advocate for your retirement community! USAG-Japan retiree council meets the third Friday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m.
  203. 203. Transition Assistance Program Command Group Small Conference Room, Bldg. 102. Contact your local Transition Assistance Office: 263-3940 for further information.
  204. 204. The DBIDS registration is only required for NAF Atsugi personnel. If other members would like to register and receive a Guest Pass for their guest to come on board the installation, they will need to be registered into DBIDS.
  205. 205. Military members E-7 and above/Officers are not required to register guests and obtain a Guest Pass with the Pass and ID office. GS-12 and above are not required to register guests with the Pass and ID Office. Their ID card must state their grade.
  206. 206. 1 Social Networks - Do’s and Don’ts Only establish and maintain connections with people you know and trust. Review your connections often.
  207. 207. 2 Social Networks - Do’s and Don’ts Assume that ANYONE can see any information about your activities, personal life, or professional life that you post and share.
  208. 208. 3 Social Networks - Do’s and Don’ts Ensure that your family takes similar precautions with their accounts; their privacy and sharing settings can expose your personal data.
  209. 209. 4 Social Networks - Do’s and Don’ts Avoid posting or tagging images of you or your family that clearly show your face.
  210. 210. 4 Social Networks - Do’s and Don’ts Select pictures taken at a distance, at an angle, or otherwise concealed.
  211. 211. 4 Social Networks - Do’s and Don’ts Never post Smartphone photos and don’t use your face as a profile photo, instead, use cartoons or avatars.
  212. 212. 5 Social Networks - Do’s and Don’ts Use secure browser settings when possible and monitor your browsing history to ensure that you recognize all access points.
  213. 213. Japan-Wide: No off-installation public consumption of alcohol (12 p.m.-5 a.m.)
  214. 214. (10 p.m.-5 a.m.) for E5-Below who are in a TDY/TAD, leave, or pass status in Japan, (except those deployed on orders to Japan for 150 days or more as part of a unit deployment)
  215. 215. it is not applicable to military personnel permanently assigned on Permanent Change of Station (PCS) orders in Japan
  216. 216. E5-Below (1 a.m-5 a.m.)
  217. 217. No Change
  218. 218. O-4 & above Commanders have authority to grant event-by-event exceptions to curfew & liberty buddy requirements & may both implement & rescind unit denial of liberty; must report unit denial of liberty actions to first O-6 in chain.
  219. 219. A newly opened convenience store, named “Poplar”, located in the JGSDF General Service Unit building across a street from the Camp Zama Arts and Crafts Center.
  220. 220. Poplar is located on the first floor, next to the Historical Exhibition Room. They are available to all personnel, including U.S. Army Soldiers, DA Civilians, Family members and local national employees.
  221. 221. The hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. No parking is allowed by the JGSDF building.
  222. 222. Payments forms accepted are: Japanese Yen Credit Cards PASMO/SUICA train cards
  223. 223. Runners are permitted to run the course Monday thru Friday only, from the hours of 5:30 - 7:30 a.m. Runners are required to run on cart paths only, following the designated run route one way only. Camp Zama Golf Course
  224. 224. Runners are not permitted to have any drinks or food of any kind on the course. Runners are allowed to run only the back nine holes, from the 10th to the 18th. Camp Zama Golf Course
  225. 225. Soldiers will not run in a group on the golf course larger than a squad size element. The use of headphones are not allowed on the course. Camp Zama Golf Course
  226. 226. Runners are not permitted to conduct any physical fitness exercise on the course or be on the greens and or fairways for any reason, at any time. The distance from 10 tee to 18 green is 2.356 miles or 3.791 KM. Camp Zama Golf Course
  227. 227. 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.
  228. 228. 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.
  229. 229. 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.
  230. 230. The strength of the nation is built on the readiness and resilience of every member of the premier all-volunteer Total Army -every Soldier, civilian and Family member.
  231. 231. We will uphold the Army's responsibility to provide benefits and high-quality services that are components of a professional force decided to the Army for the long term.
  232. 232. The Army remains steadfast in its commitment to: Maintain the trust between Leaders and their Soldiers, Families and civilians
  233. 233. The Army remains steadfast in its commitment to: Foster an environment that promotes adaptability and self reliance
  234. 234. The Army remains steadfast in its commitment to: Promote physical, emotional, social, Family and spiritual strengths
  235. 235. The Army remains steadfast in its commitment to: Honor the services and sacrifices of those who serve our Nation
  236. 236. The Camp Zama, SFHA and YND Pass Offices and Vehicle Registration Offices will be closed 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Thursday start on Jan. 15 for training. Pass and Vehicle Registration Offices Closures
  237. 237. The Tokyo Pass Office will close only on the last Thursday of the month. Pass and Vehicle Registration Offices Closures
  238. 238. Retirees, did you know that there are a variety of resources available to you through the Camp Zama Retirement Services.
  239. 239. Go to http://soldierforlife.army.mil/retirement/ for the latest and most updated information for retirees. To subscribe to the Army Echoes go to https://soldierforlife.army.mil/retirement/ echoes-subscription
  240. 240. The Army Echoes newsletter can be downloaded (electronic edition) to: iPhones, iPads, and Android phones using the free Echoes apps in the App Store (iOS) and Google Play (Android).
  241. 241. The East Meets West Gift Shop is looking for afternoon shift volunteers.
  242. 242. The East Meets West Gift Shop is a community service project of the Zama Community Spouses’ Association (ZaCSA), and is staffed by ZaCSA volunteers.
  243. 243. All proceeds go towards the ZaCSA Community Grants and Scholarships. Contact to ZaCSA to volunteer. www.zacsa.org
  244. 244. CPAC’s new operation procedures The Camp Zama CPAC has new operation procedures. Here are some of the changes that have been made: An appointment will be needed to discuss personal personnel questions. Employees can either call the CPAC's main line at 263-3755 or make an appointment in person.
  245. 245. CPAC’s new operation procedures The CPAC will, however, be available to managers to discuss hiring actions at all times. CPAC has designated Monday afternoons as their time to work uninterrupted. During this time, specialists will be working on vacancy announcements and/or referral lists.
  246. 246. CPAC’s new operation procedures They will not answer their phones or respond to emails. For more information: 263-3755
  247. 247. Women, Infants, and Children Overseas The WIC Overseas program provides several important benefits to help you and your family lead healthier lives.
  248. 248. Women, Infants, and Children Overseas The program services are provided to eligible participants overseas: - Active Duty Military & their Dependents - DoD Civilian employees & their family members - DoD contractors & their family members
  249. 249. Women, Infants, and Children Overseas For more information: 263-8960
  250. 250. The Comprehensive Soldier and Family Fitness communication team recently kicked off a 90-day communication campaign to encourage Army spouses to take the Global Assessment Tool (GAT 2.0).
  251. 251. Please help us spread the word! The GAT 2.0 is a confidential online self-assessment that provides users with an overall look of their comprehensive health and well-being.
  252. 252. Go to https://www.milsuite.mil to take the GAT 2.0. Go to http://csf2.army.mil/ to learn more about GAT 2.0.
  253. 253. The Camp Zama Golf Course has opened a designated pathway for runners.
  254. 254. The rules are as follows: Runners are permitted to run on the course Monday through Friday only, from the hours of 5:30 -7:30 a.m.
  255. 255. The rules are as follows: Runners are required to run on cart paths only, following the designated run route one way only.
  256. 256. The rules are as follows: Runners are not permitted to have any drinks or food of any kind on the course.
  257. 257. The rules are as follows: Runners are allowed to run only the back 9-holes, from the 10th to the 18th. The distance from the 10 tee to the 18 green is 2.356 miles or 3.791 kilometers.
  258. 258. The rules are as follows: Soldiers should not run in a group on the golf course larger than a squad size element.
  259. 259. The rules are as follows: The use of head phones are not allowed on the course.
  260. 260. The rules are as follows: Runners are not permitted to conduct any physical fitness exercises on the course or be on the greens and/or fairways for any reason, at any time.
  261. 261. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 263-8255 Website: SuicidePreventionLifeline.org
  262. 262. Japanese phones/cell: 046-407-8255 Allied Telesis: 98-263-8255 Vonage or Skype: (800) 273-8255 Military and Family Life Counselor: 263-3638
  263. 263. 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.
  264. 264. 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.
  265. 265. 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.
  266. 266. 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.
  267. 267. 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
  268. 268. 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
  269. 269. 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
  270. 270. 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
  271. 271. 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
  272. 272. Registrations stickers will be placed visibly on the seat tube area: Seat tube
  273. 273. SHARP Hotline (English-speaking) 090-9395-8909 or 882# from a DSN phone Call any time to include evenings, weekends and holidays.
  274. 274. 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。
  275. 275. 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.
  276. 276. 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!

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