Misawa Resident Office Resident Engineer Guillermo Provencio shows the ongoing school renovation to Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
JED Leadership views school remodel
Misawa Resident Office Resident Engineer Guillermo Provencio shows the ongoing school renovation to Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
Misawa Resident Office Resident Engineer Guillermo Provencio shows the ongoing school renovation to Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
JED Leaders visit school being renovated
Misawa Resident Office Resident Engineer Guillermo Provencio shows the ongoing school renovation to Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
Members of the Misawa Resident Office give Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert a tour of various project sites during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
Leaders view Project site
Members of the Misawa Resident Office give Japan District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. and District Deputy Engineer for Programs and Project Management Division John N. Peukert a tour of various project sites during their visit to the Misawa Resident Office.
Japan Engineer District hosted a meeting with their partners from the Air Force and Japanese Ministry of Defense to discuss the planning and execution of various construction projects throughout Japan.
Strengthening the Alliance
Japan Engineer District hosted a meeting with their partners from the Air Force and Japanese Ministry of Defense to discuss the planning and execution of various construction projects throughout Japan.
U.S. Army Japan Commander Maj. Gen. James F. Pasquarette pauses for a picture with Japan Engineer District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. during his visit to JED.
U.S. Army Japan Commander Visits JED
U.S. Army Japan Commander Maj. Gen. James F. Pasquarette pauses for a picture with Japan Engineer District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell Jr. during his visit to JED.
JED hosted three students from Zama High School who expressed interest in pursuing STEM related fields as they prepare for college. The students who were accompanied by their teacher and met with the JED STEM mentors (CPT Njoku, Geoff Dorsey, Jose Medina, Sheryll Impellizzeri, Gienell Declet-Martinez, and Brian Vencalek) for a brief introduction, discussion of program expectations, and a tour of JED.
JED STEM MENTOR PROGRAM
JED hosted three students from Zama High School who expressed interest in pursuing STEM related fields as they prepare for college. The students who were accompanied by their teacher and met with the JED STEM mentors for a brief introduction, discussion of program expectations, and a tour of JED.
One of the benefits of working at Camp Zama is being so close to a dynamic and modern city of Tokyo.
An aerial view of Tokyo.
One of the benefits of working at Camp Zama is being so close to a dynamic and modern city of Tokyo.
Japan Engineer District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell, Jr. takes in the view of Japan on his way to take possession of a building on Sagami Depot.
Depot Flight and Building Turnover
Japan Engineer District Commander Col. Thomas J. Verell, Jr. takes in the view of Japan on his way to take possession of a building on Sagami Depot.

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