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Sexually charged behavior draws outrage at MCCS Okinawa bodybuilding competition

CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa — Overly sexual behavior at a popular amateur bodybuilding contest has spurred a flurry of complaints and angry comments...

Safe essential oil use in pregnancy

The use of essential oils in pregnancy seems to be one area that, along with use around children, needs to have more care exercised. It is noted...

Making patbingsu at home

Patbingsu is just one of many red-bean based desserts in Korea. Pat ) is red azuki bean, boiled and sweetened to make a paste which is then...

Cooking Korean Food: Bulgogi

Korean food looks great, it smells great and it tastes delicious. It is one of the central pillars to the Korean wave which is the spread...
Senior chief petty officers receive their new rank insignia during a frocking ceremony aboard the aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush on June 15, 2018.  JOE BOGGIO/U.S. NAVY

Forget 'up or out': New 'up and stay' program allows chief petty officers to extend careers

Chief petty officers willing to serve additional sea duty, to take on tougher jobs and to pursue promotions can apply for waivers that extend...

Korean Air to launch a new service from Incheon to Boston next April

Korean Air has announced that it will launch a new service from Incheon to Boston on April 12 next year.

The Incheon-Boston route is...

A new Government Accountability Office audit says the military is not spending as much as it should on MWR family programs, such as this arts and crafts center.  MICHAEL ABRAMS/STARS AND STRIPES

Military not keeping some MWR program costs low enough for families, study finds

A category of Morale, Welfare and Recreation that includes youth programs and outdoor sports is costing military families more because of...

A mother and daughter from Hawaii have gifted 36 photos taken soon after Hiroshima, Japan, was destroyed by an atomic bomb to the city's peace museum.  COURTESY OF GAYLE YOSHIKAWA

Mother, daughter donate never-before-seen photos of Hiroshima after atomic bombing

TOKYO — A mother and daughter from Hawaii have given the Hiroshima Peace Museum some never-before-seen photographs taken soon after the city was...

Photos by Emma Kalka

48 hours to make magic

“Sound.”
 
“Rolling.”
 
“Camera.”
 
“Rolling.”
 
“Scene 8.”...
Photo by Daniel Kim

For good wings, go Nekkid

Walking up the electric yellow steps to Nekkid Wings, the first impression felt is quirky and fun. Upon entering, it’s a continuum of the...

Photo by Brian Hammonds

The long journey

Dave Beck had an interesting journey from the U.S. to Korea.

While a fair amount of Americans end up in Korea through either teaching...

Assistant Secretary of Defense for Asian and Pacific Security Affairs Randall D. Schriver visits the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies in Honolulu, Feb. 14, 2018. DoD photo by Joseph Rini

U.S., allies aim to maintain free, open Indo-Pacific Region

WASHINGTON -- The current international order has been a boon for the nations of Southeast Asia, and the United States is working to ensure the...

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