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Army Reserve Soldiers serve ‘deceased’ at RIMPAC MASCAL

Army Reserve Soldiers serve ‘deceased’ at RIMPAC MASCAL

Adaptability is a hallmark of the American Soldier.

Army mariners, pilots conduct casevac with U.S., NZ navies

Army mariners, pilots conduct casevac with U.S., NZ navies

The LSV-2 crew and their Navy counterparts worked side-by-side with the New Zealand navy during a CJLOTS exercise on the shores of Ford Island.

1984th Army Hospital welcomes new commander

1984th Army Hospital welcomes new commander

On another beautiful day in paradise, friends, family and colleagues gathered, Sunday, to witness the passing of the 1984th U.S. Army Hospital’s unit colors from Col. Casey Rogers to Col. Kiyotaka “Al” Yazawa.

Changes of command announced

Changes of command announced

The Army Hawaii community is invited to attend upcoming changes of command ceremonies.

Recent Community Articles

National Guard offers at-risk teens 2nd chance to achieve

National Guard offers at-risk teens 2nd chance to achieve

Hawaii’s two Youth ChalleNGe Academies (YCAs), based here and in Hilo on the Big Island, are part of the larger National Guard Youth ChalleNGe Program that leads, trains and mentors high school dropouts from all 50 states so that they may become productive citizens in America’s future.

Exchange offers birthday savings

Exchange offers birthday savings

July 25, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service marks a historic milestone, celebrating 119 years of serving Soldiers and Airmen and their families.

ACS celebrates turning 49 in July

ACS celebrates turning 49 in July

The Army gradually recognized the need for an official “Family Services Program,” and in 1963 Lt. Col. Emma Marie Baird developed the concept of a system of social services that eventually would evolve into Army Community Service (ACS).

School directory guides parents of special needs kids

School directory guides parents of special needs kids

A permanent change of station move prompts its own challenges, but family members with special needs children face another complexity when looking for the right schools at their new home, a Defense Department official has said.

Recent Columns

Footsteps in Faith: The day begins with thankfulness

Footsteps in Faith: The day begins with thankfulness

My attitude towards life has changed drastically through starting my day with an attitude of gratitude.

Do you ask if ‘stuff’ is  important?

Do you ask if ‘stuff’ is important?

Life is about relationships. Yet, so often we get focused on stuff.

Bridging the Basics: Standards must be enforced to be effective

Bridging the Basics: Standards must be enforced to be effective

We must assess the effectiveness of our teachings in order to achieve the optimal end state.

Police Call: MPs to support garrison’s 4th of July celebration

Police Call: MPs to support garrison’s 4th of July celebration

In order to ensure a safe, secure and fun environment, the Directorate of Emergency Services would like to remind readers of the various policies in place for the event.

Recent Health Articles

Surgeon General hosts Army Medicine virtual town hall

Surgeon General hosts Army Medicine virtual town hall

Lt. Gen. Patricia Horoho, Army surgeon general and commander, U.S. Army Medical Command, hosted the first Facebook Army Medicine virtual town hall, July 9.

Ask the RN:  ‘SMART’ can guide Performance Triad participants

Ask the RN: ‘SMART’ can guide Performance Triad participants

Even if you missed the kickoff, it is not too late to get started. If you make a commitment now to take just one small, healthy step each week in any of these three areas, just imagine what you could accomplish by 2015!

Foster Farms chicken is recalled

Foster Farms chicken is recalled

Foster Farms, a Livingston, California, based establishment, is recalling an undetermined amount of chicken products.

TAMC unveils new patient lifts

TAMC unveils new patient lifts

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Tripler Army Medical Center, here, June 26, after the installation of 41 patient lift systems into private and semiprivate patient rooms.

Recent Online Exclusives

Army Reserve Soldiers serve ‘deceased’ at RIMPAC MASCAL

Army Reserve Soldiers serve ‘deceased’ at RIMPAC MASCAL

Adaptability is a hallmark of the American Soldier.

Performance Triad app offers free information

Performance Triad app offers free information

The Performance Triad application (v1.0) is now available to do just that.
Members of the U.S. Army Public Health Command, the Performance Triad Team at the Office of the Surgeon General, and the Combined Arms Support Center Sustainment Center of Excellence Mobile, or SCoEMobile, team recently released the first version of the Performance Triad app for global distribution.

Foster Farms chicken is recalled

Foster Farms chicken is recalled

Foster Farms, a Livingston, California, based establishment, is recalling an undetermined amount of chicken products.

Chaplains celebrate 239 years

Chaplains celebrate 239 years

Over 220 unit ministry teams, their families and guests helped celebrate the 239th anniversary of the U.S. Army Chaplain Corps, July 11.

Recent Calendars

Traffic Report: July 18, 2014

Traffic Report: July 18, 2014

For an up-to-date listing of Army traffic advisories, visit www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil/info/trafficcalendar.htm.

News Briefs, July 18, 2014

News Briefs, July 18, 2014

Today Water Conservation — Fort Shafter water conservation remains in effect from last week. Please keep consumption to a bare minimum until further notice as the water reservoir is being filled. The water is safe and there are no health or safety issues.   Social Media — Did you know the garrison maintains online calendars […]

Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Upcoming events and information of interest for the general community.

MWR Briefs

MWR Briefs

Upcoming events and programs of interest from Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.