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Saturday, July 20, 2013

We Are Okinawa Bound!

Hello all! This is going to be a multi-part series on mine and my family’s journey to Okinawa, Japan. But first, a little background on this situation and why I am even bothering with all this…

I am currently active-duty military in the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and I am an enlisted Senior Non-commissioned Officer (SNCO). I am aiming this series to the readers that understood what I just said and I apologize ahead of time to anyone outside that demographic that may get lost in the USAF lingo I will be using. I will also be taking a instructional tone throughout my writings, with the hopes it will help guide some of my USAF members reading this on their own moves to Okinawa.

So now comes the ‘why’…Well, firstly I am bored, since the family and I are taking a couple of weeks of Leave at my parent’s house before we head over to Okinawa. Secondly, coupled with being bored, I have a couple of hours to myself before I go to sleep at night, so I thought, “Why not blog some helpful information that might make others’ journeys to Okinawa a little easier and little less stressful”. So I will start from the beginning, the day I found out I was going to Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. It will make sense in a minute, so please continue to Part 1 (see menu on top right)

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