Protesters demonstrate outside a U.S. Marine base on Okinawa. The U.S. plans to greatly expand the base in the rural fishing village of Henoko.
Sonia Narang / American Homefront

Despite Longstanding Local Opposition, The U.S. Is Expanding Its Okinawa Military Base

The United States and Japan have been allies and strategic partners since World War II, but an effort to move and expand a Marine Corps base in Okinawa is causing friction with locals.

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Veteran Gloria Hoeppner holds her Choice card.
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