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599th Trans. Bde., partners, offload 25th CAB cargo

599th Trans. Bde., partners, offload 25th CAB cargo

599th Transportation Brigade and partners offloaded cargo and equipment from the M/V Jean Anne, here, on Oct.10, in support of 25th Combat Aviation Brigade’s return from training at the National Training Center.

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Soldiers begin battlefield testing using computer gaming

Soldiers begin battlefield testing using computer gaming

About 500 Soldiers are beta-testing a number of computer-generated vehicle platforms and weapons systems in a variety of simulated environments.

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8th TSC observes Cybersecurity Awareness Month

8th TSC observes Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

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NCO Academy dining hall gets improved nutrition program

NCO Academy dining hall gets improved nutrition program

The dining facility at the Non-commissioned Officers Academy was the first on the island to launch G4G 2.0, on Oct. 13. G4G 2.0 features a two-part coding system that lets diners determine the nutritional quality of food and beverages at a glance.

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With pinch of sea salt: Culinary specialists hone skills aboard Army watercraft

With pinch of sea salt: Culinary specialists hone skills aboard Army watercraft

Sgt. James Munar is a culinary specialist with the 605th Trans. Det., 8th STB, 8th TSC, and prepares food aboard the CW3 Harold A. Clinger (LSV-2).

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HIARNG’s Maui armory renamed for Medal of Honor hero

HIARNG’s Maui armory renamed for Medal of Honor hero

About 200 family members, friends, elected officials, veterans and Hawaii Army National Guards members gathered, here, Oct. 13, to witness the the HIARNG’s Puunene armory become the Pfc. Anthony T. Kahoohanohano Armory.

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October recognizes contributions of workers with disabilities

October recognizes contributions of workers with disabilities

October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Its aim is to bring awareness and celebration to the positive contributions made by America’s workers with disabilities.

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USAG-HI continues to emphasize energy conservation

USAG-HI continues to emphasize energy conservation

October is Army Energy Awareness month. The Directorate of Public Works asks that all units, Soldiers, family members, and the civilian workforce take an opportunity to reflect on their energy practices and set reduction and efficiency goals for the upcoming fiscal year.

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Recent Community Articles

RHC-Pacific professionals share inspirations

RHC-Pacific professionals share inspirations

Resiliency is having the ability to recover from and surpass obstacles blocking the way. One key to mastering resiliency can be found in three words commonly heard in the military: “Expect the unexpected.” For some people, obstacles are encountered by chance. Yet others intentionally look for paths with obstacles, just so they can be conquered. Never one to back down from a challenge, Col. Laura Trinkle, Regional Health Command-Pacific chief of staff, started the road to her military career with a determination to be successful.

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Living History Day a chance to experience the past

Living History Day a chance to experience the past

Living History Day returns to the Tropic Lightning Museum, here, on Saturday.

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Volunteers lend a hand to the forest on Public Lands Day

Volunteers lend a hand to the forest on Public Lands Day

On Saturday, Sept. 30, 13 volunteers with the Army’s natural resources program joined thousands of people across the nation in celebration of National Public Lands Day (NPLD), the nation’s largest single-day volunteer effort for public lands.

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Being vs. seeming generates awareness

Being vs. seeming generates awareness

Chaplain (Maj.) Jeremy A. Blanford 25th Infantry Division SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — A recurring theme in conversation lately has been this concept of personal identity, its various components and our ability to affect change. For the purposes of this conversation, identity is defined by one’s attitudes, beliefs and choices – who we are at our core. […]

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Yes, there have been other men (and a few women) in my life

Yes, there have been other men (and a few women) in my life

Lisa Smith Molinari details her encounters with the gate guards on military installations.

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DKIES first graders learn about making a difference

DKIES first graders learn about making a difference

Daniel K. Inouye Elementary School first graders learned what damage hurricanes can cause and helped gather donations for Joe E. Moreno Elementary School in Texas, which was affected by Hurricane Harvey.

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Many world duty stations makes mom a moody foodie

Many world duty stations makes mom a moody foodie

Lisa Smith Molinari Contributing Writer I’ll try anything once. Well, maybe not cliff diving … or running with the bulls … or a Mohawk hairdo … or silicone lip injections. But when it comes to food, I’m totally adventurous. Every time our military family moved to a new place, I couldn’t wait to try the […]

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Reflection can also mean P-R-A-Y

Reflection can also mean P-R-A-Y

When times are hard, we should pray.

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Recent Health Articles

USAHC-SB prioritizes chronic pain treatment

USAHC-SB prioritizes chronic pain treatment

Chronic pain and the over-prescribing of opioids are major issues in the Army. Forty-five percent of Soldiers and 50 percent of veterans suffer from pain on a regular basis. One of the issues is that prescription opioids are really not that effective for managing chronic non-cancer pain, but are often used at the tip of the spear for pain management.

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Hepatitis C should not be a surprise

Hepatitis C should not be a surprise

According to the Centers for Disease Control, or CDC, more than 4 million Americans are living with chronic hepatitis, and 75 percent of people with Hepatitis C were born from 1945-1965. This is why health care professionals at Tripler Army Medical Center, also known as TAMC, and at U.S. Army Health Clinic-Schofield Barracks, or USAHC-SB, stress the importance of testing for Hepatitis C.

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Recent Online Exclusives

Transition Summit is Tuesday-Thursday

Transition Summit is Tuesday-Thursday

The 2017 Hawaii Transition Summit is Oct. 10th thru 12th, here.

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USARHAW, USARPAC host luau to commemorate U.S. Army’s 242nd birthday

USARHAW, USARPAC host luau to commemorate U.S. Army’s 242nd birthday

In observance of the Army’s 242nd birthday, and 119 years presence in the Pacific, U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii and U.S. Army Pacific celebrated with a luau, June 16, at Weyand Field, here.

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What are you up to this Halloween?

What are you up to this Halloween?

Halloween events of interest during October 2017.

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MWR Briefs

MWR Briefs

Events and programs from Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.

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Movies at Sgt. Smith Theater

Movies at Sgt. Smith Theater

October 2017

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Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Upcoming events and programs of interest.

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Traffic & Outages

Traffic & Outages

Advisories from Army and Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT) sources. Provides traffic, construction and outage information.

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