Users' questions

Where is USAG Japan?

Where is USAG Japan?

The Camp Zama community is comprised of two main housing areas on mainland Japan: Camp Zama and Sagamihara Family Housing Area (SHA). Both are located in Kanagawa Prefecture, about 25 miles southwest of Tokyo. There are also several satellite locations located in Yokohama, Kure, Tokyo and other areas.

Is there any US Army in Japan?

United States Army, Japan (USARJ) is a Major Command of the United States Army. It consists of about 2,000 soldiers and is charged, during peacetime, with operating port facilities and a series of logistics installations throughout Honshū and Okinawa. USARJ is headquartered at Camp Zama.

What is Camp Zama zip code?

ZIP code / Postcode of Zama, Zamashi, KANAGAWA, JAPAN is 〒252-0027.

What units are at Camp Zama?

Camp Zama is home to the U.S. Army Japan (USARJ), I Corps (Forward), U.S. Army Aviation Battalion Japan, the 311th Military Intelligence Battalion, the Japan Engineer District (U.S. Army Corps of Engineers), the 78th Signal Battalion, and the Bilateral Coordination Department and 4th Engineer Group of the Japan Ground …

Is there an US Army garrison in Japan?

The official Website of US Army Garrison Japan U.S. Army Garrison Japan provides quality installation services and support to the Soldiers, Civilians, and Families of the United States Army in Japan and installation partners dispersed throughout Japan to ensure mission readiness and the well-being of our Community.

Who is the commander of US Army Japan home?

Commander Command Sergeant Major Services HHD USANEC-CZ USASAODSCS USANEC-O Newcomers Info, Okinawa Other Links Ammunition Depot, 10th Support Group Depot Director Depot NCOIC

Who are the generals in the US Army?

Mission Organization Commanding General Command Sergeant Major Past Generals Past CSMs Staff ACoS, G-1 ACoS, G-2 DCoS, G-3 ACoS, G-4 Director, FXD [G-5] ACoS, G-6 ACoS, G-8 Inspector General

How to find the US Army in Japan?

US Army Japan Home US Army Japan Home Skip to main content (Press Enter). Toggle navigation U.S. Army JapanUSARJ U.S. Army Japan Search USARJ: Search Search Search USARJ: Search Home About Us Our History Mission Organization Commanding General Command Sergeant Major Past Generals