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Two people at Camp Hansen on Okinawa contracted COVID-19, the @USMC  reported.

An individual at Camp Hansen, a Marine Corps base on Okinawa, was the only new coronavirus case reported by the U.S. military in Japan.

Seventeen Marines and a Navy corpsman from the 9th Engineer Support Battalion out of Camp Hansen, Okinawa, worked with the Philippine army’s 564th Engineer Construction Battalion to improve Ilosong Elementary School in Quezon City.

Most of the new coronavirus cases reported by U.S. commands in Japan were at Camp Hansen.

On Okinawa, the @USMC  announced on Monday that 30 people tested positive between Saturday and Monday at Camp Hansen.

Archive photo of the day | Instructor Lance Cpl. Robert Hansen, top left, monitors Marines as they use a variety of techniques — from treading water to the dead man's float — to stay afloat for four minutes at Camp Hansen's training pool.

Lance Cpl. Jamison Michael Bissett, assigned to Camp Hansen, pleaded guilty last week to assault, obstruction of business, making threats, larceny and violation of Japanese traffic laws.

#ICYMI A Marine assigned to Camp Hansen pleaded guilty to assaulting a taxi driver and stealing and crashing a cab, as well as some other charges.

A Marine assigned to Camp Hansen pleaded guilty to assaulting a taxi driver and stealing and crashing a cab, as well as some other charges.

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Fire and Close Combat A Force Reconnaissance Marine with the @31stMeu ’s Maritime Raid Force provides security down a stairwell during a top-down house clearing exercise on Camp Hansen, Okinawa. The MEU provides a ready, flexible and lethal force in the Indo-Pacific region.

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Any Clime... A Force Reconnaissance Marine with the @31stMeu  fires his M4A1 service rifle during a modified qualification as part of a close-quarters tactics range on Camp Hansen, Okinawa. The MEU provides a flexible, lethal and ready force in the Indo-Pacific region.

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Suppressing Fire Force Reconnaissance Marines with the @31stMeu ’s Maritime Raid Force fire their M4A1 service rifles during a modified qualification as part of a close-quarters tactics range on Camp Hansen, Okinawa.

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Honest Work A Force Reconnaissance Marine with the @31stMeu  carries ammo cans during a close-quarters tactics range on Camp Hansen, Okinawa. The MEU provides a flexible, lethal and ready force in the Indo-Pacific region.

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Range Days Lance Cpl. Faith Rose sights in on her target during annual rifle qualifications on Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan, while mitigating #COVID19 ’s risks.

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Clear Skies, Full Hearts, Can’t LoseMarines with @12th_marines , 3rd Marine Division rappel off a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter on Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan. Rappelling techniques are used to rapidly insert and extract Marines when a landing zone is unavailable.

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All in a Row Marines with 3rd Marine Division practice throwing grenades during training at Camp Hansen in Okinawa, Japan, to maintain their knowledge and lethality.

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The Dark Knight A Marine with 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion rappels out of an MV-22 Osprey during helicopter rope suspension technique training on Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan.

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Ruff Day at the Office Staff Sgt. Oohio, a Military Working Dog with , stands guard at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan. Oohio enjoys finding things, chasing stuff and biting bad guys when he's not on duty – on duty, as any Marine will tell you, he has no friends.

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One Shot, One Kill Cpl. Chancelor J. Kelso, a scout sniper team leader, posts security during reconnaissance and surveillance training at Camp Hansen, Okinawa, Japan.

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