Generals visit their Forces
Photo Credit: Sgt. Charlie Helmholt, 139th MPAD, ILARNG
General Eiji Kimizuka, the Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force Chief of Staff at the ground staff office in Ichigaya, Tokyo, Japan and Maj. Gen. Michael T. Harrison, Sr., a Surry, Va., native, and the commander of the United States Army Japan, I Corpse (Forward), out of Camp Zama, Zama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, listen to what the forces are doing during Orient Shield 11 exercise at Kita-Fuji, in Lake Yamanaka Village, in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan, Oct. 18. Orient Shield is an annual exercise, which began in 2000, has mainly focused on the development and refinement of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force and the U.S. Army Japan efforts in the areas of bilateral tactical planning, coordination and interoperability through training.
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