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Lt. Col. James Hurd, executive officer for Marine Corps


Lt. Col. James Hurd, executive officer for Marine Corps



Lt. Col. James Hurd, executive officer for Marine Corps Air Station Futenma, Japan, poses for a group photo with Toshiyuki Kuwabara, center, chairman of the Iwakuni City Council, and other members of the council during a visit to the station to conduct a study tour, July 16, 2015. Chugoku Shikoku Defense Bureau officials, Okinawa Defense Bureau officials and Ginowan City Council members also visited MCAS Futenma to help deepen the their understanding on national security here, and the mission of MCAS Futenma in support of III Marine Expeditionary Force’s aviation warfighting capabilities.





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