Life Blossom Overseas

Gempis, Val
August 1999
Airman;Aug99, Vol. 43 Issue 8, p14
Focuses on the life and experiences of military personnel serving overseas assignment on United States bases abroad. Details on military personnel living on Yokota Air Base in Japan; Programs, tours and services offered; Fastfood outlets available inside the base.


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