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AtHoc alerts Army Hawaii community about threats

AtHoc alerts Army Hawaii community about threats

Safety and preparedness are central to mission readiness, and Army Hawaii is reminding the community of a simple way to increase both.

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OHDACA-funded kindergartens open in Vietnam

OHDACA-funded kindergartens open in Vietnam

Representatives from the U.S. Army-Pacific, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the U.S. Embassy in Vietnam were met with throngs of dancing children during a ribbon cutting ceremony at a new U.S. funded kindergarten, here, Dec. 7.

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U.S. Army-Pacific honors its Soldiers

U.S. Army-Pacific honors its Soldiers

U.S. Army-Pacific Soldiers, family and friends came together at historic Palm Circle, here, to pay homage to five Soldiers during a Celebration of Service ceremony, Dec. 6.

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Strong bond among players, fellow cadets propels Army to second straight victory over Navy

Strong bond among players, fellow cadets propels Army to second straight victory over Navy

As hundreds of West Point cadets poured out from the stands onto a snow-covered Lincoln Financial Field here following a 14-13 triumph over Navy, Army celebrated perhaps a turning point in the storied rivalry between the two schools.

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Army to direct commission cyber officers

Army to direct commission cyber officers

Soon, the first-ever U.S. Army Cyber Direct Commissioning Program (CDCP) board will meet to select up to five candidates for the first year of a five-year pilot program, said Lt. Gen. Paul M. Nakasone.

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Better boots, lighter uniform headed to Hawaii for field testing

Better boots, lighter uniform headed to Hawaii for field testing

This January, some Soldiers within the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii will receive new uniforms and a new set of boots as part of Program Executive Office Soldier’s continued testing and evaluation of the improved hot-weather combat uniform and jungle combat boot.

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First U.S. units respond after 3 years of conflict

First U.S. units respond after 3 years of conflict

One hundred years ago today, U.S. forces were mobilizing across the country.

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Military OneSource highlights commitment with ‘Our Promise to You’

Military OneSource highlights commitment with ‘Our Promise to You’

“Military OneSource has one mission – to stand ready and serve as the one source connecting service members and their families to their best (military life).”

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Recent Community Articles

Free photos with Santa at the Mighty Mo

Free photos with Santa at the Mighty Mo

Santa is coming to town, and he’s making an early visit to the Battleship Missouri Memorial to take photos with all the good girls and boys.

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Top 10 holiday travel OPSEC tips

Top 10 holiday travel OPSEC tips

Operational security must be practiced at all times, especially when you’re travelling. Review these tips before you head off to vacation.

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Common holiday travel scams revealed

Common holiday travel scams revealed

Generally, if you receive an unsolicited email, telephone call or mail for a discounted holiday travel package or airfare that sounds too good to be true, it’s probably a scam.

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DeCA rolls out Military Star card to commissaries

DeCA rolls out Military Star card to commissaries

The Defense Commissary Agency is rolling out acceptance of the Military Star card in all its stores to offer greater convenience to service members and their families and further strengthen funding of critical military quality of life programs, said Command Chief Master Sgt. Stuart Allison, DeCA senior enlisted adviser.

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Outdoor Recreation offers PT adventure, de-stressors

Outdoor Recreation offers PT adventure, de-stressors

It’s a given that service members must stay in shape, exercising each day. However, marching in full gear or simply running every morning can be tedious, especially this past week as many have been working off Thanksgiving indulgences. But physical training (PT), doesn’t have to be boring.

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25th Infantry Division to perform in various locations

25th Infantry Division to perform in various locations

25th Infantry Division Public Affairs SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — The 25th Infantry Division Band performs at the Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony, Tuesday, here. The 25th ID Band will perform at several other locations in December. Service and family members, civilians and the public may catch any of these performances: •Sat., Dec. 2, 9 a.m., at 32nd […]

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Effective Leaders are Effective Communicators

Effective Leaders are Effective Communicators

In the Army and in the private sector, the best leaders are also effective communicators. Please note that I did not say great talkers, but communicators. The keys to becoming an effective communicator cannot be taught solely in the classroom or in Army Regulation 25-50.

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Hope, cheer, ruthless behavior snag party

Hope, cheer, ruthless behavior snag party

Lisa Smith Molinari Contributing Writer During this season of giving, people everywhere are transformed. Generosity and compassion well up in us all. However, in the midst of all this merriment, otherwise charitable people can become so caught up in materialistic desires that they have thoughts of theft, revenge – and even murder. What, pray tell, […]

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Recent Health Articles

Tripler to host baby expo

Tripler to host baby expo

Tripler Army Medical Center plans to host a baby expo in January.

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TAMC Tip: Safe Toys & Gifts Month

TAMC Tip: Safe Toys & Gifts Month

No one chooses gifts with the intent to harm, but some popular children’s toys can cause serious injuries.

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Veterans Day event on Waianae Coast honors veterans, past and present

Veterans Day event on Waianae Coast honors veterans, past and present

On Nov. 11, Pililaau Army Recreation Center served as the perfect gathering place for the local community for a Veteran’s Day Ceremony to honor the service and sacrifice of all who have served. Hosted by Oahu’s Leeward Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), Post 849, the ceremony began with a deep silence as a wreath was laid on the Veteran’s Memorial Monument that sits at PARC.

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Thursday’s ‘Smokeout’ at Shafter PX encourages smokers to quit

Thursday’s ‘Smokeout’ at Shafter PX encourages smokers to quit

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), each year 6 million people die from smoking-related causes.

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Traffic & Outages

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News Briefs

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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

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Community Calendar

Community Calendar

Upcoming events and programs of interest.

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