In the biggest operations, the littlest things matter most

By Spc. Cody A. ThompsonOctober 10, 2011

MATSUSHIMA, Miyagi, Japan- Maj. Gen. Michael T. Harrison Sr., commander of
U.S. Army Japan and I Corps Forward, high fives a toddler April 15 displaced
by the earthquake that struck Japan March 11. The child is a beneficiary of
Operation Shower Power which provides shower access for more than 1,000
displaced Japanese citizens. Maj. Gen. Harrison visited shower points,
schools, train stations and shelters for displaced citizens in regions
affected by the earthquake to reaffirm the U.S. military's commitment to
helping the Japanese people.
1 / 1 Show Caption + Hide Caption – MATSUSHIMA, Miyagi, Japan- Maj. Gen. Michael T. Harrison Sr., commander of U.S. Army Japan and I Corps Forward, high fives a toddler April 15 displaced by the earthquake that struck Japan March 11. The child is a beneficiary of Operation Shower Power which provides shower access for more than 1,000 displaced Japanese citizens. Maj. Gen. Harrison visited shower points, schools, train stations and shelters for displaced citizens in regions affected by the earthquake to reaffirm the U.S. military's commitment to helping the Japanese people. (Photo Credit: Spc. Cody A. Thompson, 49th Public Affairs Detachment) VIEW ORIGINAL