Recent News Articles

The United States Department of Energy honored the Army Reserve with two Federal Energy
Management Program (FEMP) awards this year.

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2IBCT celebrates Veterans Day on Waianae Coast

2IBCT celebrates Veterans Day on Waianae Coast

On Nov. 4, the communities of the Leeward Coast of Oahu gathered along Farrington Highway, here, for the 35th annual Veterans Day Parade, paying tribute to the service and sacrifice of all military veterans.

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Care for warriors takes center stage this month

Care for warriors takes center stage this month

Regional Health Command-Pacific’s vast and diverse mission is designed to ensure that combatant commanders are equipped with medically ready forces to fight and win our nation’s wars. An equally critical component of that mission is caring for our wounded, injured and ill service members and facilitating their return to duty or successful reintegration back to civilian life.

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DFACs to serve Thanksgiving meals, holiday cheer

DFACs to serve Thanksgiving meals, holiday cheer

The 25th Infantry Division’s dining facilities, at Schofield Barracks, and on Wheeler Army Airfield will feature a special Thanksgiving menu for diners on Wednesday, Nov. 22.

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Veterans Day tribute ends with sunset ceremony

Veterans Day tribute ends with sunset ceremony

Veterans Day observances across the nation came to a close with a sunset ceremony held onboard the Battleship Missouri Memorial, here.

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DOD pledges to improve background investigations

DOD pledges to improve background investigations

The Defense Department is pledging to improve the way background investigations are done, according to Garry Reid, DOD’s director for defense intelligence and security.

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RHC-P top leaders mentor next generation

RHC-P top leaders mentor next generation

The Regional Health Command-Pacific commanding general, Brig. Gen. Bertram Providence, and RHC-P senior enlisted adviser, Command Sgt. Maj. Richard Watson, provide mentorship to Moanalua High School students and Air Force Junior ROTC participants as part of a formal mentorship session with the cadre.

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Nation honors veterans’ service, sacrifice on Nov. 11

Nation honors veterans’ service, sacrifice on Nov. 11

Nov. 11, 1918, at 11 a.m. on the 11th day of the 11th month – the guns fell silent over the bloody battlefields of Europe after four years of slaughter, ending World War I. On that day, an armistice was signed between the United States, the Allied powers, including Great Britain, France, Italy and others, and the defeated Central powers of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria and Turkey. Nov. 11 became known as Armistice Day, designated as a holiday in the U.S., signifying the end of the “War to End All Wars” – the greatest armed conflict the world had known.

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Recent Community Articles

Schofield Exchange delivers November holiday savings

Schofield Exchange delivers November holiday savings

The Schofield Exchange will be closed Thanksgiving Day, but shoppers can still save on the season’s hottest electronics, housewares and apparel from the comfort of their own homes starting at 8 p.m., Hawaii time, on Nov. 22 at ShopMyExchange.com.

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ASYMCA honors six families, 100 years of service

ASYMCA honors six families, 100 years of service

“The honorees range from a seasoned service member who’s overcome extreme hardship to a dual active duty couple balancing careers and health concerns, to a young service member who’s already demonstrated selfless service and extraordinary leadership.”

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‘Day at the beach’ offers new meaning for local JROTC

‘Day at the beach’ offers new meaning for local JROTC

The AccesSurf program offers help to children, adults and veterans with disabilities. The goal is to help attendees discover their level of abilities in the ocean, and just have fun.

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DOE instructs teachers about military culture

DOE instructs teachers about military culture

The Military Culture Course, taught by military school liaison officers, here, completed classes on Nov. 2 designed to help instructors develop school programs to assist military families.

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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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Versatile Warrior Games vet returns to lead Army team

Versatile Warrior Games vet returns to lead Army team

Retired U.S. Army Spc. Jay Vaina has returned this year in hopes of being afforded another opportunity to represent Team Army at the Department of Defense Warrior Games.

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Recent Columns

Fans take desperate measures to follow football from afar

Fans take desperate measures to follow football from afar

Thankfully, there are better options for military families today. Digital streaming is now mainstream technology.

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Greatness involves taking many ‘Footsteps in Faith’

Greatness involves taking many ‘Footsteps in Faith’

The greatest moments in my faith are the moments that felt nearly empty.

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Recent Health Articles

Dietitian gives helpful nutrition advice

Dietitian gives helpful nutrition advice

A full Thanksgiving meal can be an upwards of 3,000 calories, which is almost equal to one pound of fat. But cultural celebrations are not the ideal time to track calories. This feat can be incredibly unrealistic, so how can we mitigate extra pounds during the holiday season?

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Yoga classes helping to put “Warriors at Ease”

Yoga classes helping to put “Warriors at Ease”

Warriors at Ease was founded in 2009 with the mission to bring the healing power of yoga and meditation to military communities around the world. It strives to do this by providing free yoga classes to the military community.

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Recent Online Exclusives

Boy Scout partners with 500th MI to reach Eagle Scout goal

Boy Scout partners with 500th MI to reach Eagle Scout goal

Tyler Struble, 16, of Boy Scout Troop 44 in Kapolei, along with the help of over a dozen volunteer Soldiers and Department of the Army (D.A.) Civilians of the 500th Military Intelligence Brigade-Theater (MIB-T) and family members, successfully completed his Eagle Scout Project at the Pacific Foundry Building Sep. 30, here.

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Summit extends 320 job offers

Summit extends 320 job offers

The installation hosted the 2017 Hawaii Transition Summit from Oct. 10th through 12th for service members, veterans and military spouses.

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Traffic & Outages

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News Briefs

News Briefs

Send announcements for Soldiers and civilian employees to editor@hawaiiarmyweekly.com.

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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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