Documents available in English: Resolution of Protest over various incidents caused by the U.S. military.trainings and military personnel.
Documents available in English: Regional Security Policy Division Report 2012-2014, Governers' speeches, Information on Okinawa's Economy etc.
Regional Security Policy Division / 地域安全政策課 site (up to Heisei 27-nen/2015)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs North America Affairs Bureau / 外務省北米局
Okinawa Prefectural Government Publications on US Military Base Issues
1) Okinawa no beigun kichi (Tōkei shiryōshū) / 沖縄の米軍基地（統計資料集）
2) Okinawa no beigun oyobi jieitai kichi (Tōkei shiryōshū) / 沖縄の米軍及び自衛隊基地（統計資料集）beigun oyobi jieitai kichi (Tōkei shiryōshū) / 沖縄の米軍及び自衛隊基地（統計資料集）
Okinawa Defense Bureau / 沖縄防衛局
One of the Okinawa Defense Bureau's missions is to collect data on aircraft noise near Futenma Air Station and Kadena Air Base.
Browse floor activities by House of Representatives and Senate, Senate's treaty documents and Congressional Record.
GAO Report to Congressional Committees
MARINE CORPS ASIA PACIFIC REALIGNMENT:
DOD Should Resolve Capability Deficiencies and Infrastructure Risks and Revise Cost Estimates
GAO-17-415: Published: Apr 5, 2017. Publicly Released: Apr 5, 2017.
US-Japan Status Forces Agreement / 日米地位協定
1) "Agreement under Article VI of the Treaty of Mutual Cooperation and Security between Japan and the United States of America, Regarding Facilities and Areas and the Status of United States Armed Forces in Japan" / "日本国とアメリカ合衆国との間の相互協力及び安全保障条約第六条に基づく施設及び区域並びに日本国における合衆国軍隊の地位に関する協定"
2) For more information, go to Japan-US Security Arrangements / 日米地位協定及び日米地位協定の環境補足協定 by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, or go to the box below to see some original signed documents of the Arrangements at US State Department site.
The Collection is categorized into three topics:
This collection of U.S. government documents was released through a series of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests pursued by Jon Mitchell, British journalist and author, who has done extensive work exposing human rights issues on Okinawa. The documents originated in the US Department of Defense (Marine Corps, Army and Air Force) and CIA, and reveal the social, cultural and environmental impacts of the US military operations on Okinawa and Okinawans.To learn more about Jon Mitchell and his work, please visit his website.