Camp Zama Army Garrison

$10.00

Camp Zama is located on the former site of the Imperial Japanese Army Academy, which was named “Sōbudai” by Emperor Showa. The Emperor Showa visited Camp Zama in 1937. Camp Zama also houses an emergency shelter for the Emperor, and to this day, it has been maintained by the U.S. Army Garrison Japan. This coin is dedicated to the ongoing efforts of America’s military men and women, who live and work over seas to defend our interests across the world.

20 in stock

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Description

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 Self-Defense Force.

Camp Zama is located on the former site of the Imperial Japanese Army Academy, which was named “Sōbudai” by Emperor Showa. The Emperor Showa visited Camp Zama in 1937. Camp Zama also houses an emergency shelter for the Emperor, and to this day, it has been maintained by the U.S. Army Garrison Japan.

This coin is dedicated to the ongoing efforts of America’s military men and women, who live and work over seas to defend our interests across the world.

The obverse features a montage that symbolizes the aerial super power, sun rays behind beautiful Japanese mountains and the traditional torii arch . The reverse bears the bold seal of the United States Army.

This coin is minted in bronze and given antique finish.

Each coin measures 1 3/4 inch (44mm) in diameter.

This is a surplus NWTM item. Packaging may vary.

 

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