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Command Channel Slides Week Between Oct. 18 to 24

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  1. 1. Halloween Safety Tips Halloween will be observed on Oct. 31, and trick-or-treating will be held on Camp Zama and Sagamihara Family Housing Area during the evening of the holiday.
  2. 2. Halloween Safety Tips Here are some safety tips to keep in mind when out with your family: Children trick-or-treating must be supervised by a responsible adult.
  3. 3. Halloween Safety Tips Limit children’s trick-or-treating to housing areas in which they reside, and only at residences with lighted entry ways.
  4. 4. Halloween Safety Tips Children should wear light-colored, fire-resistant costumes that are short enough to prevent tripping. To increase visibility, reflective tape, small lights or glow sticks are recommended.
  5. 5. Halloween Safety Tips Always use sidewalks and designated crosswalks, and look in all directions before walking across the street. Do not cut through residents’ yards.
  6. 6. Halloween Safety Tips Colorful facial makeup and masks or head coverings that do not block children’s vision are recommended when choosing costumes.
  7. 7. Halloween Safety Tips Pet owners should prevent their pets from being a menace to trick-or-treating children. Parents should caution their children about causing damage to others’ property.
  8. 8. Halloween Safety Tips Children should carry a flashlight, and any carried pumpkins should be lit with a battery-powered light, not a candle.
  9. 9. Halloween Safety Tips Children should eat a full meal before trick-or-treating, and parents should inspect all treats before allowing their children to eat them.
  10. 10. Zama American High School Inaugural Fall Festival The inaugural Fall Festival hosted by Zama American High School’s Parent Teacher Organization is scheduled to be held Oct. 26 from noon to 5 p.m. at the ZAHS gymnasium. Admission is free, and all ages are welcome.
  11. 11. Zama American High School Inaugural Fall Festival The event will include games and prizes for all ages, food, a silent auction, a cake walk, face painting and “crazy hair,” a fortune teller, and more. A “Zombie Haunted House” will be available from noon to 7 p.m.
  12. 12. Zama American High School Inaugural Fall Festival There will also be a children’s costume contest, and a pie-baking contest. There is a $5 entry fee for both. Email zahsptoboosters@gmail.com or okbrown1@gmail.com for more information.
  13. 13. “Loco Festa” Hawaiian Music Event in Zama City An event known as “Loco Festa” is scheduled to be held Nov. 16 beginning at 4 p.m. at Harmony Hall in Zama City.
  14. 14. “Loco Festa” Hawaiian Music Event in Zama City The event will feature live Hawaiian music performances and a hula/Tahitian dance performance by various artists from Hawaii and Japan, including Keola and Moana Beamer, Taliʼ ilani Goeas and Noboru Matsumoto.
  15. 15. “Loco Festa” Hawaiian Music Event in Zama City The “Loco Market Place” will be open from 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the main hall, and entrance is free. There will be Hawaiian food stands, hula goods, Tahitian clothes, and more.
  16. 16. “Loco Festa” Hawaiian Music Event in Zama City Five pairs of tickets will be given away on a first-come, first-serve basis. Call 042-359-7630 for more information.
  17. 17. “Loco Festa” Hawaiian Music Event in Zama City Otherwise, the price is 3,500 yen for advance tickets, and 4,000 at the door. Call 042-359-7630 or e-mail yuko@noback.co.jp to purchase advance tickets. Visit www.locofesta.com for more information.
  18. 18. Sagamihara Festival at Sagami General Depot The annual Sagamihara Festival, hosted by Sagamihara City, is scheduled to be held Oct. 26 and 27, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on both days, at Sagami General Depot behind the housing area.
  19. 19. Sagamihara Festival at Sagami General Depot The festival will feature ramen, costume, anime-song and dance contests. More than 40 food and souvenir vendors will also be on site.
  20. 20. Sagamihara Festival at Sagami General Depot The temporary gate for Status of Forces Agreement members and authorized Master Labor Contract and Indirect Hire Agreement employees will be located on 4th Street (the road behind the housing area that leads to Gate 4).
  21. 21. Sagamihara Festival at Sagami General Depot Guests escorted by SOFA members and MLC and IHA employees will not be allowed to use the temporary gate. Gate 4 will be open for host-nation guests.
  22. 22. Machida Jidai Matsuri “Festival of the Ages” The Machida Jidai Matsuri (“Festival of the Ages”) is scheduled to be held Oct. 27 from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The event will begin with a procession of about 80 armored warriors parading from the Machida Chamber of Commerce to Serigaya Park.
  23. 23. Machida Jidai Matsuri “Festival of the Ages”
  24. 24. Machida Jidai Matsuri “Festival of the Ages” In case of heavy rain, the swordsmanship will be demonstrated at the Machida Daini Elementary School gym at 11 a.m. Call the Machida City Tourism and Convention Bureau at 042-724-1951 for more information.
  25. 25. Machida Jidai Matsuri “Festival of the Ages”
  26. 26. Walk-in Flu Vaccines Available at MEDDAC-J Flu vaccines are available on a walk-in basis at the BG Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic on Camp Zama. The vaccines are available: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. Thursdays from 1 to 3 p.m.
  27. 27. Mindfulness and Resiliency Speaker Saki Santorelli, a renowned mindfulness and resiliency educator and the director of the internationally acclaimed Stress Reduction Clinic, is scheduled to speak at the Camp Zama Community Activity Center on Oct 28 from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
  28. 28. “To Better Serve You ” Effective Nov. 2, Camp Zama’s Consolidated Mail Room will open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  29. 29. Power Outage at Sagamihara Family Housing Area A power outage is scheduled to take place from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. on Nov. 6 and 7 at Sagamihara Family Housing Area. The purpose of the outage is to install electrical meters on electrical switchgear at Bldg. 123-15. Call 263-4374/7075 for more information.
  30. 30. Expanded Hours at Camp Zama Consolidated Mail Room Effective Nov. 2, Camp Zama’s Consolidated Mail Room will be open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  31. 31. Camp Zama Golf Course Pro Shop Grand Opening The grand opening of the new Pro Shop at the Camp Zama Golf Course is scheduled to be held Oct. 24 from 11 to 11:30 a.m. The event will include a ribbon-cutting, a performance from the U.S. Army Japan Band, food, contests and prizes.
  32. 32. Temporary Road, Parking Lot Closure Near Gate 4 A parking lot and portion of the road near Camp Zama’s Gate 4 is scheduled to be closed to traffic Nov. 5 through 8 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day.
  33. 33. Temporary Road, Parking Lot Closure Near Gate 4 The closure is necessary in order for the Directorate of Public Works to remove a tree in the area that poses a physical security risk.
  34. 34. Road Closure on Sagami General Depot A temporary road closure is scheduled to be in place Oct. 21 through 28 on Sagami General Depot due to the Sagamihara Festival being held on the installation.
  35. 35. Road Closure on Sagami General Depot The closure will be in place on 4th Street (the road behind the housing area, which leads to Gate 4). Call 268-4525 for more information.
  36. 36. Breast Cancer Awareness Month October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Show your support by participating or pledging in the "Walk a Mile in Their Shoes" event on Oct 31. Pledge cards can be picked up at the Camp Zama Yano Fitness Center.
  37. 37. Online Resource for General Furlough Guidance An online resource is available on the Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Service website to provide Department of Defense employees with general guidance and information regarding pay, leave, unemployment and other frequently asked questions in light of the government shutdown.
  38. 38. Online Resource for General Furlough Guidance Visit http://go.usa.gov/Dej9 for more information.
  39. 39. Mindfulness and Resiliency Speaker Saki Santorelli, a renowned mindfulness and resiliency educator and the director of the internationally acclaimed Stress Reduction Clinic, is scheduled to speak at the Camp Zama Community Activity Center on Oct 28.
  40. 40. Mindfulness and Resiliency Speaker Two speaking engagements: 1st engagement - 10 to 11:30 a.m. 2nd engagement - 2 to 3:30 p.m.
  41. 41. DEA, CID Agents to Speak at Community Seminar A community seminar is scheduled to be held Oct. 24 from 1 to 3 p.m. at Camp Zama’s Community Activity Center.
  42. 42. DEA, CID Agents to Speak at Community Seminar The seminar will feature senior agents with the Drug Enforcement Agency and Criminal Investigation Division as guest speakers. The seminar is open to the community. Call 263-8047 for more information.
  43. 43. ACE-Suicide Intervention A “train-the-trainer” course is scheduled to be held Oct. 23 and 24 from 7:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Camp Zama’s Community Activity Center. The intent of the training is to learn the skills to intervene in a suicide situation.
  44. 44. ACE-Suicide Intervention The content of the training, which includes communication skills, risk and protective factors, stigma, warning signs, and intervention skills, and the ACE method of suicide prevention, can benefit all military and civilian personnel.
  45. 45. ACE-Suicide Intervention This training is not intended to make participants subject-matter experts in behavioral health nor clinicians. Call: 263-5394 for more information.
  46. 46. Employee Assistance Program 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.
  47. 47. Employee Assistance Program The EAP program is designed to: Promote personal growth, mental and Physical health, and strengthen individuals, Families and communities.
  48. 48. Employee Assistance Program 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.
  49. 49. Employee Assistance Program Provide comprehensive short-term counseling and referral services to help individuals achieve a balance between their work, family and other personal responsibilities.
  50. 50. Employee Assistance Program 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.
  51. 51. Employee Assistance Program 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.
  52. 52. Employee Assistance Program 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.
  53. 53. Noon – 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 Zama American High School Gym     Free admission Games & Prizes for all ages Great food Basket Silent Auction - 4:30 p.m.
  54. 54. Noon – 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 Zama American High School Gym    Cake walk Face painting & crazy hair Fortune Teller & much more
  55. 55. Noon – 5 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26 Zama American High School Gym Contests • Pie Baking - 1 p.m. • Kids Costume - 3 p.m. • $5.00 Entry Fee: All contests • 1st, 2nd & 3rd Place Prizes
  56. 56. For more info & contests sign: ups:sahsptoboosters @gmail.com
  57. 57. October is Energy Action Month October is Energy Action Month, a time to take action to empower leadership, innovation, and excellence to realize a secure energy future!
  58. 58. October is Energy Action Month Executive Order 13423: Requires an energy intensity reduction of 3 percent annually, cumulating in a 30 percent reduction by fiscal 15. All actions to minimize energy use are greatly appreciated!
  59. 59. October is Energy Action Month Executive Order 13514: Requires a water intensity reduction of 2 percent annually or 26 percent by fiscal 2020. All actions to minimize energy use are greatly appreciated!
  60. 60. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy
  61. 61. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Equipment and appliances are required to be “Energy Star” rated. Do not purchase equipment that does not meet “Energy Star” requirements. (Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 and AR 420-1, Army Facilities Management)
  62. 62. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Turn off interior lights when not in use and at the end of the work day. Turn off exterior lights during daylight hours.
  63. 63. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Replace your incandescent bulbs with compact fluorescent light or light-emitting diode bulbs. (IMCOM-PACIFIC Energy Policy).
  64. 64. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy CFLs are 20 percent to 30 percent more efficient. CFLs are free for family housing residents at the Self Help Store.
  65. 65. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy     Don’t wash clothes more often than necessary. Wash full loads of clothes. Wash clothes in cold or warm water. Washing in warm water will reduce carbon monoxide emissions by 500 pounds per year.
  66. 66. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Take showers … not baths. Fix water leaks. Wash full loads of dishes and laundry.  Turn off water when brushing  teeth and shaving.   
  67. 67. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Do not wash vehicles in residential areas. Use only approved car wash areas.
  68. 68. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Cooling season temperature for occupied working and living spaces shall be maintained at 78 degrees. (85 degrees during unoccupied times)
  69. 69. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Heating season temperature for occupied spaces shall be at 68 degrees. (55 degrees during unoccupied times)
  70. 70. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Use of personal cooling or heating devices must have a supervisor’s written approval. (AR 420-1)
  71. 71. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy  Disconnect and remove all extra refrigerators, microwaves, coffee pots and other appliances.  Set thermostats for refrigerators to 38 to 40 degrees.
  72. 72. October is Energy Action Month Tips on How to Save Energy Vehicle engines will be turned off when parked, unless maintenance operations require the engine to be running.
  73. 73. Gold Star Mother’s Day Observance For nearly a century, the Gold Star tradition has reminded all Americans of the men and women who have sacrificed their lives in service of the United States.
  74. 74. Gold Star Mother’s Day Observance When a service member was killed in the line of duty, a gold star was stitched over the blue one on the flag in his or her home.
  75. 75. Teaching Vacancies at LCA Kokusai Elementary LCA Kokusai Elementary School, a Japanese private bilingual school, is seeking qualified applicants for preschool and elementary-grade teaching vacancies.
  76. 76. Teaching Vacancies at LCA Kokusai Elementary The preschool vacancy is for teaching children ages 3 to 6, and the working hours are 8:45 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Applicants must be native English speakers, and a degree and experience are preferred.
  77. 77. Teaching Vacancies at LCA Kokusai Elementary
  78. 78. Teaching Vacancies at LCA Kokusai Elementary
  79. 79. Teaching Vacancies at LCA Kokusai Elementary
  80. 80. Orientation for “Mindfulness” Course at Camp Zama A “Mindfulness Orientation” is scheduled to be held Oct. 22 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Public Health Command Region-Pacific, Bldg. 715, on Camp Zama.
  81. 81. Orientation for “Mindfulness” Course at Camp Zama The orientation will serve as an introduction to an eight-week Mindfulness course. The course is open to all Status of Forces Agreement personnel.
  82. 82. Orientation for “Mindfulness” Course at Camp Zama Pre-registration is required to be completed by Oct. 18. Call 263-5050 or 263-2004 for more information.
  83. 83. Zama ITT Travel Updates for Fall, Winter Check the Zama ITT website, http://zamaitt.com/, for information on Fall and Winter Escapade Tours.
  84. 84. Zama ITT Travel Updates for Fall, Winter Columbus Day is coming soon; this is your last chance to make your trip arrangements. The Beijing International Marathon on Oct. 20 can also be booked at Zama ITT. Call 263-4059 for more information.
  85. 85. Position Available at Camp Zama WIC Office A part-time Nutritionist/Dietitian/Nurse/Home Economist/Physician Assistant position is available at the Camp Zama Women, Infants and Children Overseas office.
  86. 86. Position Available at Camp Zama WIC Office This position requires a bachelor’s in Nutrition, Dietetics, Home Economics or Nursing. Experience in prenatal, maternal or infant nutrition is required.
  87. 87. Position Available at Camp Zama WIC Office A registered dietitian is preferred, and experience with WIC is desirable. Applicants must have a current driver’s license and must be a U.S. citizen.
  88. 88. Position Available at Camp Zama WIC Office For consideration, applicants can email their resume and cover letter to jobs@wicoverseas.net or fax them to Margaret Applewhite at (210) 525-1398.
  89. 89. Position Available at Camp Zama WIC Office Applicants may mail their information to: Choctaw Contracting Services Attn: WIC Overseas 2161 NW Military Hwy, Suite 214 San Antonio, TX 78213 Phone: (210) 341-3336
  90. 90. 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,
  91. 91. Notice for Smokers to Smoke in Designated Areas they should do so only in designated smoking areas -- not near roads or in parking lots. Smokers must be considerate of nonsmokers.
  92. 92. Garrison Security Office Closure in October The U.S. Army Garrison Japan Security Office on Camp Zama is scheduled to be closed Oct. 7 through 25.
  93. 93. Garrison Security Office Closure in October Call the USAG Torii Station garrison security manager at 644-5373 for assistance during this time. The office will reopen Oct. 28 at 8 a.m.
  94. 94. Operational Security Courses at Yokota Air Base Two Operational Security courses, OPSEC 3500 and 2500, will be offered at Yokota Air Base in October.
  95. 95. Operational Security Courses at Yokota Air Base The OPSEC 3500 course is scheduled to be held Oct. 21, and the OPSEC 2500 course is scheduled to be held Oct. 21 through 25.
  96. 96. Roads Between Bldgs. 101, 102 to be Re-paved The road between Bldgs. 101 and 102 are scheduled to be will be re-paved from Oct. 7 through Dec. 7. Construction will be divided in order to allow vehicular traffic during this time.
  97. 97. Roads Between Bldgs. 101, 102 to be Re-paved Critical junctions Construction will be paved on weekends so that traffic flow will not be disrupted during work days. Bldg. 101 Bldg. 102
  98. 98. New Operation Hours at Sagami Depot Self-Help Store The Sagami General Depot Self-Help Store will only be open on Saturdays, effective Oct. 1. For more information: 263-5952 / 3441 or 046-407-5952 / 3441
  99. 99. South Entrance of BG Sams Clinic to be Open Effective immediately and throughout Phase 1 renovations, the south entrance to the BG Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic will be open during normal patient care hours.
  100. 100. South Entrance of BG Sams Clinic to be Open Patients parking at the Camp Zama Community Club are advised to use designated crosswalks to access this entrance. Drivers dropping off and picking up patients are advised to use caution when using the curbside entry area.
  101. 101. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT New Narita Buses Program Start Date: Sept. 1, 2013 36-Passenger Bus Undercarriage storage With toilet – no restroom breaks (30 minutes) Video package Two buses per day Fees: $30 or 3,000 yen per seat No pets (inquire about limousine service)
  102. 102. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Departure Times and Locations 8:45 a.m. 9 a.m. 9:30 a.m. – Army Lodging – Camp Zama Community Club – Sagamihara Family Housing Area 12:45 p.m. – Army Lodging 1 p.m. – Camp Zama Community Club 1:30 p.m. – Sagamihara Family Housing Area 4 p.m. 7 p.m. – Narita Airport Terminal No. 2 Parking Lot – Narita Airport Terminal No. 2 Parking Lot
  103. 103. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Pets No pets allowed on Narita Bus. Pet limousine service available through Outdoor Recreation. This service is dependant upon driver availability. Pet owners may ride with pet if space is available. Call 263-4671 or 046-407-4671 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. daily; closed on U.S. holidays.
  104. 104. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Limousine Service Reservations may be made dependant upon availability of driver – prepayment is required to obtain reservations. Limousine service will not be available during Narita Bus operations, except for pet transportation requirements. Use of the Narita Bus is encouraged. Service is available to Haneda Airport.
  105. 105. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Limousine Service Pet owners may ride with their pet (seats are limited). Only one receipt will be given per reservation. Hourly late fees will be assessed to guests for any delays to cover overtime or extended parking fees. Any communication required for changes of arrival or departure dates or times is the responsibility of the reservation holder.
  106. 106. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Haneda Airport Service Logistics Readiness Center will maintain Official Travel services to Haneda Airport. Please contact the Transportation Office at 263-3772 or 046-407-3772. Non-official passengers may utilize the limousine service (dependant upon availability). Local commercial transportation is available (train, bus).
  107. 107. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT No Reservations Guests without reservations may purchase spaceavailable seating. Payment must be made prior to departure. Space-available seating is first-come, first-serve. No money to pay (arrival without reservations): Passenger (incoming primary) will be required to fill out an promissory note to include name(s), unit and contact information.
  108. 108. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT No Reservations No money to pay (arrival without reservations):  Transportation service will be based on availability.  Payment must be made within 24 hours at Outdoor Recreation (open seven days a week).  Payments made after 24 hours will be assessed a $15 late-payment fee.  Promissory notes are considered as confirmed reservations.
  109. 109. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Other Information Sponsors provide location of the Department of Defense Liaison Desk to incoming personnel. Bus will be available at Narita Airport 90 minutes prior to departure. Space-available seats at Narita will be sold first-come, first-serve. Bus will leave at scheduled times.
  110. 110. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Other Information No refunds will be provided to non-arrivals who fail to properly communicate to a reservation agent. Refunds will be issued to all those who missed the bus due to unscheduled flight delays (flight documentation required). Rescheduling transportation is based on seating availability.
  111. 111. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Other Information Refund consideration will be given to unscheduled flight delays. Personnel without confirmed reservations will not be allowed to ride the bus if seats are not available. Children who are required must be in child seats – not provided by MWR. Each seat occupied will be assessed a fee.
  112. 112. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Other Information  Narita Limousine Service Fees: One-Way – $215 Round Trip – $430  Haneda Limousine Service Fees: One-Way – $175 Round Trip – $350 Call 263-4671 for more information.
  113. 113. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Narita Bus Alternatives Taxi Company – Sagami Chuo Koutsu. Phone: 0120-888-810 (on-post access authorized) Local Limousine Bus – 3,500 yen (adults); 1,700 yen (Youth) (departs from Sagamiono Station) Train – Between 2,000 and 6,000 yen
  114. 114. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Narita Bus Alternatives Sponsor Pick-up – Approximately 6,000 yen for tolls, round trip. Outdoor Recreation Vehicle Rental – $60 Outdoor Recreation Limousine Service – 263-4671 Taxi – Not recommended; estimated cost is 40,000 yen
  115. 115. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Official Travel Reimbursement Reimbursement for bus fee for military/Department of the Army civilians/Nonappropriated fund personnel with travel orders will be made through traveler’s submission of a Travel Voucher (DD Form 1351, 1351-1, 1351-2, 1351-2C, or 1351-3, as applicable).
  116. 116. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Official Travel Reimbursement Reimbursement for bus fee for master labor contract/indirect hire agreement personnel with travel orders will be made through the submission of USFJ Form 356EJ. If person is going to Narita Airport without travel orders: - Military or DAC travelers will use DTS to request local travel funds.
  117. 117. NARITA BUS TRANSITION PROJECT Official Travel Reimbursement If person is going to Narita Airport without travel orders: - NAF travelers will use DD 1164 for approval and reimbursement of bus fee. - MLC travelers will use USFJ 356EJ to request approval for local travel and bus fee reimbursement. Official reimbursement is not issued through MWR.
  118. 118. “Salad Wednesdays” at Camp Zama Exchange Restaurants “Salad Wednesdays” are part of the Exchange’s Operation BEFIT initiative to promote health and wellness through fitness and diet.
  119. 119. “Salad Wednesdays” at Camp Zama Exchange Restaurants Camp Zama Exchange restaurants are open to anyone on the installation – whether military, civil service, contractor or visitor – per Army Regulation 215-8. “Salad Wednesdays” occur every Wednesday at all participating Exchange restaurants.
  120. 120. Mystery Shopper Program at Camp Zama Exchange The Camp Zama Exchange Mystery Shopper program is seeking a select group to go about their normal day-to-day shopping for a period of six months and detail their experience in a series of three survey sets.
  121. 121. Mystery Shopper Program at Camp Zama Exchange Mystery shoppers are rewarded for their participation with a $30 Exchange gift card and, for sharing their movie-going experience, two free movie tickets along with popcorn and drinks.
  122. 122. Mystery Shopper Program at Camp Zama Exchange Authorized patrons can apply to become Mystery Shoppers by registering at www.shopmyexchange.com. From this pool of applicants a new crop of participants is selected every six months.
  123. 123. Mystery Shopper Program at Camp Zama Exchange To apply, visit www.shopmyexchange.com and click the “Mystery Shopper – I want to apply!” link under the “Exchange Locations” header at the bottom of the page.
  124. 124. Mystery Shopper Program at Camp Zama Exchange Exchange shoppers can also offer feedback by visiting www.shopmyexchange.com/CustomerService and clicking the “Catalog / Internet Feedback” and “Exchange Store Feedback” links on the right-hand side of the screen.
  125. 125. Water Yoga Classes at Yano Swimming Pool Water Yoga classes are held every Thursday at the Yano Fitness Center swimming pool from 4:30 to 5 p.m.
  126. 126. Water Yoga Classes at Yano Swimming Pool The class is open to adult active-duty Soldiers, Department of the Army civilians, spouses and all other Status of Forces Agreement personnel. Non-swimmers are welcome. Call 263-5050 or 263-2004 for more information.
  127. 127. Apply for Funded Legal Education Program The Office of the Judge Advocate General is now accepting applications for the Army’s Funded Legal Education Program. Under this program, the Army projects sending up to 25 active-duty commissioned officers to law school at government expense.
  128. 128. Apply for Funded Legal Education Program Selected officers will attend law school beginning in the fall of 2014 and will remain on active duty while attending. Interested officers should review Chapter 14, Army Regulation 27-1 to determine their eligibility.
  129. 129. Apply for Funded Legal Education Program This program is open to commissioned officers in the rank of second lieutenant through captain. Applicants must have at least two, but not more than six, years of total active federal service at the time the training begins.
  130. 130. Apply for Funded Legal Education Program Eligible officers interested in applying should immediately register for the earliest offering of the Law School Admission Test.
  131. 131. Apply for Funded Legal Education Program Applicants must send their request through command channels, to include their branch manager at Army Human Resources Command, with a copy furnished to the Office of the Judge Advocate General:
  132. 132. Apply for Funded Legal Education Program ATTN: DAJA-PT (Yvonne Caron – Rm. 2B-517) 2200 Army Pentagon, Washington, DC, 20310 to be received by Nov. 1. Submission of the application well in advance of the deadline is advised.
  133. 133. Apply for Funded Legal Education Program Interested officers should contact the U.S. Army Japan Office of the Staff Judge Advocate for further information.
  134. 134. Hours of Operation Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 8 a.m. to noon; and 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday 1 to 4 p.m. Closed from noon to 1 p.m.
  135. 135. Gatekeeper Professionals Behavioral Health and ASAP Counselors Sexual Assault Response and Victim Advocates Family Advocacy Program Personnel and Military Family Life Counselors Army Emergency Relief Fund Counselors Emergency Room Medical Technicians Chaplains and Chaplain Assistants Gatekeeper Professionals Military Police Judge Advocate General Professionals and Legal Assistants Employee Assistance, EEO personnel and Inspectors General School Counselors Red Cross Workers First-Line Supervisors (military, civilian) Call 263-8049 for more information.
  136. 136. An evening women’s bible fellowship Date: First and third Wednesday of each month, from September through December Time: 6 to 7:50 p.m. Location: Multipurpose room, Tower Bldg. 743
  137. 137. Contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 263-8255 or visit SuicidePreventionLifeline.org
  138. 138. Japanese phones/cell: Allied Telesis: Vonage or Skype: 046-407-8255 98-263-8255 (800) 273-8255 Military and Family Life Counselor 263-3638
  139. 139. 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.
  140. 140. Residents’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDY 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.
  141. 141. Residents’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDY 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.
  142. 142. Residents’ Responsibilities During Leave and TDY 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.
  143. 143. Notification of Absence from Quarters On-post residents must notify the Housing Management Division for absences from quarters extended more than seven days.
  144. 144. Notification of Absence from Quarters Please provide a POC who will have responsibility for your quarters during your absence. For more information: 263-4136/3890 046-407-4136/3890
  145. 145. Well Child Physicals Available
  146. 146. Online Nutrition Education Survey An online survey coordinated by Medical Department Activity-Japan is available for all community members at Camp Zama. A dietician from Fleet Activities Yokosuka is willing to provide nutrition classes and would like to know what topics are of interest to the community.
  147. 147. Online Nutrition Education Survey The survey can be found here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/36J8T7S
  148. 148. Multiple Half-Road Closures on Camp Zama The Directorate of Public Works is in the process of replacing domestic hot water and chilled/hot water lines on Camp Zama. The project began May 30 and is scheduled to continue through November. This project will require half-road closures during working hours at the following locations:
  149. 149. Multiple Half-Road Closures on Camp Zama Temporary stock yard between Bldgs. 131 and 138 through Nov. 15
  150. 150. SHARP Hotline (English-speaking) 090-9395-8909 or 882# from a DSN phone Call any time to include evenings, weekends and holidays.
  151. 151. 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。
  152. 152. 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.
  153. 153. Household Goods PCS Tips        Receive PCS orders Estimate your weight Plan pickup dates with flexibility Schedule pickups early Change dates as a last resort Dispose of unnecessary items Know your shipping entitlements
  154. 154. Household Goods Shipments You can schedule a household goods pickup from the privacy of your living room. Visit the website below to gain access to the Defense Personal Property System or contact the Area Transportation Office, Personal Property Section, at 263-3709 for details. www.move.mil
  155. 155. Household Goods Weight Allowance Change Effective Dec. 1, 2011, weight allowance to and from Japan was reduced for all Soldiers to 2,500 pounds (net) or 25 percent (net) of full weight allowance, or whichever is greater. All civilians are authorized 4,500 pounds (net). Unaccompanied baggage is inclusive. For more information: 263-3709
  156. 156. New Operation Hours at Sagami Depot Self-Help Store Effective June 1, the Self-Help Store located on Sagami General Depot Will only be open on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m. Call 263-5952 or 263-3441 for more information.
  157. 157. ‘You Made the Grade’ Program at Zama Exchange The Army and Air Force Exchange Service is rewarding military students in grades one through 12 who maintain a "B" or better average with the "You Made the Grade" program.
  158. 158. ‘You Made the Grade’ Program at Zama Exchange Students can receive a booklet coupon booklet good for free products and discounted offers by presenting a valid military ID and proof of an overall "B" average at the Camp Zama Exchange customer service.
  159. 159. Parking Reminder for Family Quarters Residents All personnel living in family quarters on Camp Zama, Sagamihara Family Housing Area and Sagami General Depot are reminded to park their personally owned vehicles in their respective assigned parking areas. Call 263-3829 for more information.
  160. 160. 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!
  161. 161. 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.
  162. 162. 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.
  163. 163. Reminder of Pet Owners’ Responsibilities Violations can be reported to following email address: usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.mbx.usagj-dpw-housingofficer@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.
  164. 164. Emergency Communication Messages The American Red Cross provides the military community and their families with 24/7 access to an Emergency Communications Network to keep families connected in a crisis, provide case management services, and assist with emergency financial assistance. Find us on Facebook American Red Cross – Camp Zama Click on “Notes”
  165. 165. Emergency Communication Messages To start an American Red Cross message, the following information is needed: Service member’s or sponsors’ full name Branch of service Rank Social Security Number or date of birth Complete military unit address
  166. 166. Notice From Sams Health Clinic The USA MEDDAC-Japan will undergo major facility renovations starting in March, 2013 and extend through 2016. These changes will affect the current parking layout for our community, requiring a shift of parking availability to outlying areas such as the commissary and Camp Zama Community Club.
  167. 167. Notice From Sams Health Clinic Please watch the video for important information regarding these parking changes and how they will affect you. Please also visit the MEDDAC-Japan facebook page: http://facebook.com/MEDDACJ our website: http://www.usarj.army.mil/organization/meddac/
  168. 168. B.G. Sams Health & Dental Clinic Renovation Project Starting Soon. Starting in February This project will be in phases and span almost three years. During the construction, only a small part of our parking lot will be available for special needs parking.
  169. 169. B.G. Sams Health & Dental Clinic Renovation Project Starting Soon Please be patient as we work to provide an up-todate, modern facility for your medical and dental care. The main entrance to the clinic will not change. Contact us at MEDDACJ-PAO@AMEDD.ARMY.MIL with any questions or concerns.
  170. 170. Off Site Parking Locations-Buildings Commissary MWR PHCR Temp Bldg Contractor Staging Area MEDDAC Camp Zama Community Club
  171. 171. Off Site Parking Locations DPW Housing Office (Staff Parking) New Patient Parking (Commissary Area) Special Need Parking (Current Parking Lot) BG Sams Health Clinic Bldg704 Additional Patient Parking (CZCC 48 Spots)
  172. 172. Driving in Japan Classes Are you a newcomer to Japan? Need to obtain your local drivers permit? Then sign-up for the "Driving in Japan” class every Tuesday 8 a.m. Safety classroom building 102, room A108 on Camp Zama.
  173. 173. Driving in Japan Classes There is no sign-up or fees for the course. Please bring a valid US drivers license and your military ID card. The class is approximately 4 hours long. For more information, call the Safety Office at 263-4464
  174. 174. Remedial Drivers Training Do you require a remedial drivers class due to a revocation of your drivers privileges or an accident while driving a government vehicle?
  175. 175. Remedial Drivers Training The 4-hour class is taught QUARTERLY, and held in the safety classroom building 102 room A108 on Camp Zama. For more information call the Safety Office at 263-8379 to sign up, All classes are free!
  176. 176. Camp Zama ITT Travel Office Now is the time to plan your travel for the remainder of Winter as well as your Spring Travel. Zama ITT has a range of travel services available for you. Please contact them at 263-5273 or 046-254-8896 or travel@zamaitt.com. You can also check the web page at http://zamaitt.com. Just a few things to consider are listed on next slide.
  177. 177. Camp Zama ITT Travel Office Disneyland Discount Tickets valid until March 15 Snow Monkey Trips until end of March Ski and Snowboard Trips Great Wall Marathon Travel to Yap and Stay/Dive at Manta Ray Bay Resort Princess Cruises include a special departure from Japan in July Contact: 263-5273 or 046-254-8896 or travel@zamaitt.com.
  178. 178. Oct. 18, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m . Cream of Chicken Soup / Mexican Onion Corn Soup Teriyaki Chicken Fish Amandine / Rissole Potatoes Steamed Rice / Steamed Brown Rice Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Asparagus Seasoned with Lemon and Dill Price : $4.60
  179. 179. Oct. 19, 2013 ~Menu~ 9 a.m. to 1 p.m . Omelet / Boiled Eggs Pancakes / Bacon / Hominy Grits Creamed Beef / Biscuits / Hashed Brown Potatoes Bean Soup with Ham Hocks / Tomato Noodle Soup Apple Glazed Corned Beef / Baked Stuffed Salmon Scalloped Potatoes / Pork Fried Rice Steamed Brown Rice / Seasoned Corn on the Cob / Tangy Spinach Price : $5.25
  180. 180. Oct. 19, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6 p.m . Bean Soup with Ham Hocks / Tomato Noodle Soup Fried Chicken / Baked Chicken BBQ Spare Ribs Hopping John / Oven Roasted Potatoes Seasoned Okra Chinese Mixed Vegetables Price : $6.45
  181. 181. Oct. 20, 2013 ~Menu~ 9 a.m. to 1 p.m . Omelet / Boiled Eggs / French Toast / Bacon Biscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef Hashed Brown Potatoes French Onion Soup / Clam Chowder Chicken Mushroom Soup / Cream of Potato Soup Steak Smothered with Onions / Shrimp Scampi Baked Potato / Buttered Noodles / Steamed Rice Glazed Carrots / Vegetable Stir Fry Price : $5.25
  182. 182. Oct. 20, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6 p.m . Chicken Mushroom Soup / Cream of Potato Soup Cajun Baked Fish Turkey Tenderloin Mignon Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice / Savory Bread Dressing Seasoned Green Beans Stewed Tomatoes with Croutons Price : $6.45
  183. 183. Out. 21, 2013 ~Menu~ 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m . Tortilla Chicken Soup / Shrimp Gumbo Enchiladas / Chicken Fajitas Tacos / Baked Chicken Paprika Buttered Potatoes / Red Beans with Rice Mexican Corn / Seasoned Asparagus Price : $4.60
  184. 184. Oct. 21, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m . Tortilla Chicken Soup / Shrimp Gumbo Ginger Pot Roast Baked Stuffed Salmon Garlic Roasted Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned Summer Squash Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Price : $4.60
  185. 185. Out. 22, 2013 ~Menu~ 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m . Mulligatawny Soup / Corn Chowder Baked Lasagna / Spinach Lasagna Szechwan Chicken Spaghetti with Meat Sauce / Marinara Italian Roasted Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned Italian Blend / Peas & Carrots Toasted Garlic Bread Price : $4.60
  186. 186. Oct. 22, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m . Mulligatawny Soup / Corn Chowder Chili Macaroni / Parmesan Fish Chicken Vega Steamed Brown Rice Rissole Potatoes Herbed Broccoli Sautéed Mushrooms Price : $4.60
  187. 187. Oct. 23, 2013 ~Menu~ 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m . Onion Clam Gumbo / Chicken Noodle Soup BBQ Chicken / Fried Chicken / Baked Chicken BBQ Pork Spareribs / Southern Fried Catfish Baked Macaroni & Cheese / Corn Muffin Black Eyed Peas / Glazed Sweet Potatoes Okra & Tomato Gumbo Southern Style Greens Fried Okra Price : $4.60
  188. 188. Oct. 23, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m . Onion Clam Gumbo / Chicken Noodle Soup Swiss Steak with Tomato Sauce Chicken Cordon Bleu Scalloped Potatoes and Onions Orange Rice / Corn Fritters Seasoned Mixed California Vegetables Price : $4.60
  189. 189. Oct. 24, 2013 ~Menu~ 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m . Miso Soup / Chicken Egg Drop Soup Japanese Ginger Pork / Nikujaga (Beef) Baked Chicken Breast with Wafu Sauce Steamed Rice / Creamy Spinach Noodles Vegetable Tempura Stir Fry Cabbage Price : $4.60
  190. 190. Out. 24, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m . Miso Soup / Chicken Egg Drop Soup Caribbean Chicken Breasts Sukiyaki Oven Browned Potatoes / Steamed Rice Stewed Tomatoes Tangy Spinach Price : $4.60
  191. 191. Oct. 25, 2013 ~Menu~ 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m . Cream of Broccoli Soup / Tomato-Vegetable Soup Cantonese Spareribs Roast Turkey / Herbed Baked Chicken Mashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Corn Bread Dressing Cauliflower Parmesan Cabbage Red Sweet & Sour Price : $4.60
  192. 192. Oct. 25, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m . Cream of Broccoli Soup / Tomato-Vegetable Soup Beef Porcupines / Seafood Diablo Mashed Potatoes / Steamed Rice Seasoned Mixed Vegetables Carrot and Celery Amandine Price : $4.60
  193. 193. Oct. 26, ~Menu~ 2013 9 a.m. to 1 p.m . Omelet / Boiled Eggs Pancakes / Bacon / Hominy Grits Creamed Beef / Biscuits / Hashed Brown Potatoes Navy Bean Soup / Pepper Pot Soup Beef Cordon Bleu / Fried Chicken Oven Roasted Potatoes / Shrimp Fried Rice Seasoned Mustard Greens / Ratatouille Price : $5.25
  194. 194. Oct. 26, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6 p.m . Navy Bean Soup / Pepper Pot Soup Pepper Steak Crab Cakes Spanish Rice Potatoes Au Gratin Seasoned Scandinavian Corn Obrien Price : $6.45
  195. 195. Oct. 27, ~Menu~ 2013 9 a.m. to 1 p.m . Omelet / Boiled Eggs / French Toast / Bacon Biscuits / Hominy Grits / Creamed Beef Hashed Brown Potatoes French Onion Soup / Clam Chowder Oriental Steak / Baked Halibut Italian Style Baked Beans / Herbed Pasta with Garlic and Olive Oil / Filipino Rice / Glazed Carrots Eggplant Parmesan Price : $5.25
  196. 196. Oct. 27, 2013 ~Menu~ 5 p.m. to 6 p.m . French Onion Soup / Clam Chowder Teriyaki Steak Turkey Tenderloin Mignon Mashed Potatoes Steamed Rice / Savory Bread Dressing Southern Green Beans Louisiana Style Smothered Squash Price : $6.45
  197. 197. Effective Date: Jan. 31, 2013 Every Thursday’s Breakfast Hours will change from: 6 to 8 a.m. to the new hours: 7 to 9 a.m.
  198. 198. 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.”
  199. 199. 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.
  200. 200. 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.
  201. 201. 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.
  202. 202. 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
  203. 203. 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
  204. 204. 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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