Gonzalez & Waddington – Attorneys at Law

Camp Fuji, Japan

Camp Fuji Military Lawyer | Court Martial Attorney

Occupying about 309-acre of area at the foot of Mt. Fuji in Gotemba, Shizuoka, Camp Fuji is an ideal base for combined arms training. The United States Marine Corps holds exclusive control of the military base except for the helicopter landing ever since it was established as part of the Camp Smedley Butler complex. Camp Fuji is one-half of the “North Camp” region when the United States Army started occupying bases within the country at the end of World War II.

Despite the lack of housing and limitations in terms of recreational facilities, Camp Fuji remains as one of the centers of training in the Pacific. In fact, various units in the region as well as those from the Unit Deployment Program are sent to the camp for training. Through the years, Camp Fuji has evolved as evident in 1983 when expansion plans and modernization efforts were carried out. New facilities were installed including barracks, restaurants, library, barbershop, and other recreational centers.

As an international criminal defense law firm providing a range of legal services for members in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and the Coast Guard, Gonzalez & Waddington, LLC can help and represent servicemen who previously served at Camp Fuji. We have a team of Article 120 UCMJ defense attorneys who are extensively experienced in fighting court-martial cases, administrative proceedings, and military separations, and non-judicial punishment.

Our civilian military defense lawyers can defend and represent clients at Camp Fuji and service members around the globe for the following legal matters:

The above criminal and Article 120 UCMJ defense services are available for servicemen throughout the United States, Europe (Germany, Italy, England, Spain, Cypress, Belgium, Turkey), the Middle East (including Bahrain, Kuwait, Afghanistan, Qatar), and the Pacific Rim (Korea, Guam, Hawaii, Japan).

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