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From left, Koichi Hiraishi, student of Enson Inoue; Enson Inoue, charity non-profit founder; Chad Griffin, 374th Security Forces Squadron reports and analysis section chief, and John Michael Griffin, Griffin’s son, pose for a photo in Saitama, Japan, Jan. 15, 2024. Donations included about 1,000 rolls of toilet paper, 50 packs of diapers, and 30 blankets. (Courtesy Photo)

PHOTO BY: Airman 1st Class Alexzandra Gracey
VIRIN: 240124-F-XX123-1002.JPG
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