Marine Expeditionary Force at Camp Courtney in Okinawa, Japan Outfitting Recreation Facilities with OSD “Supply Drop”

CAMP COURTNEY, JAPAN & FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA (January 22, 2018) /For immediate release/ — Large OSD “Supply Drop” incoming to Camp Courtney in Okinawa, Japan for hundreds of Marines and Sailors. Shipment will impact the Single Marine program as the base recreation needs at-large.

The installation is home to one of three global Marine Expeditionary Forces.


USMC MSgt Samuel C. stated, “We are permanently stationed in Okinawa, Japan as a force in readiness covering the entire PACOM AO.”


We’re looking to create a place where the Marines & sailors can get out of the barracks and game socially in an area set up for ESports gaming competitions. Of course, outside the planned ESports events, the Marines can just engage in free play as they see fit.”


The “Supply Drop” includes generous support from FanDuel, Starbucks, Bezier Games, Steve Jackson Games, GAEMS and other key OSD partners.


Laeth Damon, Army Veterans and OSD Operations Manager, stated, “This is a great opportunity to impact hundreds of Marines and Sailors standing ready in the Pacific region. This support we’re providing will continue to increase over time as we understand and address the needs of these deserving troops.”


OSD’s “Supply Drop” program has impacted hundreds of thousands of active military personnel in scores of locations around the globe.


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