Camp Schwab


The Japan Camp Schawab is a North American base located in Henoko, Okinawa. The 4th Marinade Regiment is a known and professional regiment of infantry of the Body of Marinade of The U.S.A. It has the base in this Camp Schwab, & the Division forms a part of 3th of Marinade of the Expeditionary Force III.

The Japan Schwab Camp started back in 1959, this was in honor of the receiver Albert Schwab, he was unfortunately and sadly killed when he was supporting in action during the Okinawa battle. This unit is high-tech and capable of conducting many live-fire coordination along with training. They even work with some other similar and close units perfectly well so they can fully provide a proper guidance forward to defend Japan.

Back in the day, right after Vietna, exactly April, 1979, they move to Camp Schwab, Okinawa. It would not be until April, 1986, when it would return to enter action. Marinade of 4 ยบ Regiment they informed in the Operation The Gilding Canyon, an assault to Lybia in reprisal for the attempt with bombs in a spot of Berlin, in which there died 3 American military men and a woman of Turkish origin, In addition 230 persons were hurt, 50 of American them. Moreover, between May and August, 1990, Sharp Edge took part in the Operation in Liberia- An operation of evacuation of civilians that were right in the middle of a civil war.

Camp Schwab Areal View

Gate of Camp Schwab

Military machines at Camp Schwab

Sing of Camp Schwab

Basically, the Camp Schwab is one of the camps of the American sea-coast already located in the North-East of Okinawa. You can find many pictures online. Diversity is a concern, the people should try neither to spend nor to use too much, and should think in how save the resources in this place of work. The governments must support international agreements that protect the biodiversity.

About Richard Wilson

Military veteran who spent most if his active military career outside US and never made back and currently lives in Europe but still haven't lost passion about military forces.

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