Commander Fleet Activities Okinawa
This Navy command is as unique as the beautiful island on which it sits. This site will provide you with useful information about our command to include our mission and the important part we play in supporting Navy operations in this part of the world. You’ll also find helpful links that will assist you in your transition for your upcoming PCS. Finally, you’ll find useful information and interesting images of the island of Okinawa which plays a vital role in the strategic alliance between the United States and Japan. Fleet Activities Okinawa prides itself on providing the highest quality of service and support to the Fleet, Fighter and Family.
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AtAtHoc Emergency Notification System
AtHoc is the system used by CFAO to provide emergency notifications to all Navy and related personnel on Okinawa during emergencies. This system has the capability of sending alerts out to mobile and home telephones, via e-mail, and via text messaging. This system will be utilized to alert as many personnel as possible for notification, safety, security, and any required follow-on actions or requirements.
For questions or further assistance please, contact the AtHoc system administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org, DSN 634-6283, off-base dial the operator at 098-938-1111 then dial 634-6283 after the tone).
ご質問等はCFAO AtHoc 担当者 コリン・ブラウンまでご連絡ください。
Ｅメール: email@example.comまたは電話634-6283 (一般電話からは基地交換098-938-1111 からダイヤル音の後に634-6283)。
USFJ PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
USFJ is providing general information via command information channels to help educate our personnel and families in light of confirmed cases of Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) in South Korea. It is important to note that NO U.S. service members, civilians, contractors or dependents in Japan have been diagnosed with or are suspected of having been exposed to MERS.
Our medical and public health experts rate the risk of exposure to MERS as low. However, USFJ is always concerned about the health and safety of our service members, civilians and families. We want to make sure our personnel and families have the latest information.
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Travel Watch Level 1 for the Republic of Korea, which means to "practice usual precautions" that are similar to preventing the flu or common cold. The CDC routinely advises that people help protect themselves from respiratory illnesses by taking the following everyday preventive actions:
--Wash your hands often with soap and water for 20 seconds, and help young children do the same.
--If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
--Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, then throw the tissue in the trash.
--Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
--Avoid personal contact, such as kissing, or sharing cups or eating utensils, with sick people.
--Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects, such as doorknobs.
Visit CDC's Travelers' Health website for more information on healthy travel: http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/notices/.../mers-republic-of-korea
We are closely monitoring the situation and will continue to update our USFJ community as necessary.