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Fix our washers and dryers: Marines and sailors struggle to clean their uniforms at base in Japan


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MARINE CORPS AIR STATION IWAKUNI, Japan – Many Marines and sailors living in the barracks at this base south of Hiroshima are having difficulty getting access to a working washer and dryer to clean their uniforms.

About 16% of the barracks washers and dryers, or 183 machines, are out of service at MCAS Iwakuni, a base spokesman told Stars and Stripes on Tuesday.

In one barrack hallway hangs a complaint printed on a sheet of paper: “Fix our washers and dryers!!!”

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