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U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM)

Trial By Fire: Enlisted Pilot Safely Lands Global Hawk Despite In-Flight Emergency

Story by SrA Zachary Bumpus on 05/16/2018 ANDERSEN AIR FORCE BASE, Guam Another aircraft extends its landing gear and slows for touch down. From the outside, everything seems as though it is going according to plan. Sometimes though appearances can be deceiving. Master Sgt. Alex, an RQ-4 pilot with the read more

In The Life Of Marines: Metoc

Story by PFC Kelcey Seymour on 05/16/2018 CAMP FOSTER, OKINAWA, Japan Military occupational specialties are the foundation of the Marine Corps. Each MOS is a cog, working with and relying on each other to keep the fighting machine that is the United States Marine Corps running. The meteorology and oceanology read more

U.S. Army, Pacific (USARPAC)

Rhc-P Hosts Rigorous German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge Competition

Story by Ana Allen on 05/11/2018 SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, HAWAII (May 11, 2018) Service members from across Hawaii vied for the honor to wear a decoration of the German Armed Forces. The competition, hosted by Regional Health Command-Pacific (RHC-P) with the assistance of the Schofield Barracks 303D Ordnance Battalion (Explosive Ordnance read more

Naswi Hosts Sexual Assault Awareness And Prevention Month

Story by PO2 Scott Wood on 05/08/2018 OAK HARBOR, Wash. Throughout the month of April, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island (NASWI) participated in what is recognized by both civilian and military communities as Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month (SAAPM). SAAPM focuses on creating the appropriate culture to eliminate sexual read more

U.S. Marine Forces, Pacific (MARFORPAC)

Producing Successful Futures

Story by LCpl Matthew Kirk on 05/01/2018 Students from Kailua Intermediate School (KIS) participated in a "Counting on Math" tutoring program, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, April 12, 2018. The current school bus schedule prevents on-base students from attending the Kailua Intermediate School's after school study-hall. "There's no option for the read more

Charlotte, N.c., Natives Strengthen Their Brotherhood While Training On Parris Island,s.c.

Story by LCpl Carlin Warren on 04/28/2018 PARRIS ISLAND, S.C. -- As Ethan Pier entered into his new home he had sweat dripping down his face and a voice yelled at his platoon to move faster. Ethan had a feeling of familiarity as he looked at the aligned bunk bed read more

Navy Region Hawaii

94th Aamdc Names 2018 Best Soldier, Nco After Tough Competition

Story by SFC Claudio Tejada on 05/15/2018 JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAMSoldiers assigned to the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command completed, Friday May 11, a grueling five-day competition that tested their physical and mental endurance to be named the 94th AAMDC's Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Year. Thi read more

Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Story by PO3 Jessica Blackwell on 05/15/2018 Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School celebrated its 75th anniversary, May 10. The school honored this milestone during its May Day observance culminating in Makahiki activities. May Day is a longstanding Hawaiian tradition that celebrates the aloha spirit and giving of the flower lei. read more

Air Force 15th Wing

94th Aamdc Names 2018 Best Soldier, Nco After Tough Competition

Story by SFC Claudio Tejada on 05/15/2018 JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR-HICKAMSoldiers assigned to the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command completed, Friday May 11, a grueling five-day competition that tested their physical and mental endurance to be named the 94th AAMDC's Noncommissioned Officer and Soldier of the Year. Thi read more

Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School Celebrates 75th Anniversary

Story by PO3 Jessica Blackwell on 05/15/2018 Pearl Harbor Kai Elementary School celebrated its 75th anniversary, May 10. The school honored this milestone during its May Day observance culminating in Makahiki activities. May Day is a longstanding Hawaiian tradition that celebrates the aloha spirit and giving of the flower lei. read more

Coast Guard

From May 18-31, Service Members Can Save 15 Percent With A New Military Star Account

Story by Marisa Wolfe on 05/17/2018 DALLAS For a limited time, service members and their families can save 15 percent on all purchases the first day they use their MILITARY STAR card in-store or online at exchange facilities, and at the commissary. From May 18 through 31, shoppers will receive read more

Als Graduates Receive Inaugural Supervisor Resiliency Tour

Story by A1C Crystal Jenkins on 05/16/2018 At the forefront of this initiative is a bus tour the day after graduation, which offers an opportunity to see and interact with the programs and resources discussed during the course. "About halfway through ALS, an Emergent Leadership Issues lesson is taught," said read more