U.S. sailors and members of the Japan Ground Self-Defense Force work Friday to rebuild a snow sculpture that collapsed in unseasonably warm weather on Thursday at the Sapporo Snow Festival.

Misawa sailors' Sapporo snow anchor drops with warm temperatures

Unseasonably warm temperatures spelled disaster this week for a U.S. Navy team participating in the annual Sapporo Snow Festival on the northern island of Hokkaido.

A taste of home for USFJ GIs

This Bud's for you, U.S. Forces Japan. That was the message the St. Louis Cardinals and Anheuser-Busch brought on their goodwill baseball mission to Tokyo on Tuesday.

Long ride home for a wounded Vietnam fighter

The ticket for that long ride home doesn't come cheaply in the Republic of Vietnam. This man, a Vietnamese ranger, gave his right hand.

DODDS principal puts history on display

Walking through Greg Apkarian’s office is like walking through time.

It may be called the 'Forgotten War,' but the Korean conflict set the stage for decades of tensions

The Korean War is often called the “Forgotten War” in the United States because the 1950-53 conflict was overshadowed between World War II and Vietnam.

Faded memories: Former Air Force pilot pays tribute to his service as he turns 100 in Tokyo

It’s been decades since Dave Fisher soared through the wild blue yonder in Air Force jets, and a century since his birth on July 17, 1919.

Mother of fallen sailor wants answers about deadly Navy crashes

Even as Rachel Eckels sat poised and smiling Thursday afternoon in a crowded and tense congressional hearing room, a long list of urgent and painful questions haunted her.

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