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Innovative broadening opportunity develops Pacific’s future strategic leaders

Innovative broadening opportunity develops Pacific’s future strategic leaders

Story and photos by Master Sgt. Class Mary Ferguson 8th Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs HONOLULU — Hawaiian culture says that to earn the title “Alaka’i,” a warrior must lead with care and initiative, gain the respect and trust of others, and reflect a desire to shoulder greater responsibility. Thirty-four top-performing military leaders from 18 […]

Engineers, divers to conduct study of historic World War II seaplane ramps

Engineers, divers to conduct study of historic World War II seaplane ramps

The Army’s 7th Dive Detachment just completed a dive survey for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-Honolulu District in support of a Navy-financed structural study of the historic seaplane ramps at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, here.

Total force integration comes to 599th

Total force integration comes to 599th

The 599th Transportation Brigade will soon have a completely revitalized way of doing business.

‘Broncos’ RTO Academy connects 3rd Brigade

‘Broncos’ RTO Academy connects 3rd Brigade

The 29th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 3rd Bde. Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, held a Radio Transmitter Operators (RTO) Academy, here, Jan. 19-22.

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Pro Bowl 2016: Service members offer key NFL Pro Bowl support

Pro Bowl 2016: Service members offer key NFL Pro Bowl support

Military members volunteered their time to support the 2016 NFL Pro Bowl at Aloha Stadium, here, Sunday.

Army athletes win spirited Pro Bowl Military Challenge

Army athletes win spirited Pro Bowl Military Challenge

Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines gathered on Queen’s Beach in Waikiki, Jan. 29, to compete in the NFL Pro Bowl Military Challenge. The Army walked away with the coveted trophy, beating the other competing branches.

Army, school partnership thrives

Army, school partnership thrives

U.S. Army Hawaii personnel and public school officials shared lunch and traded stories at the Army Education Luncheon held at Wahiawa Middle School Library, here, Jan. 25.

Volunteers’ efforts recognized with ‘Na Koa’ awards

Volunteers’ efforts recognized with ‘Na Koa’ awards

Volunteers received rounds of applause thanking them for giving back to the community during the “Na Koa Awards” ceremony, held Jan. 27, at the Nehelani, here.

Recent Columns

Indiana Jones saw the importance of history

Indiana Jones saw the importance of history

Indiana Jones, the fictional adventurer/archeologist, searches for valuable artifacts of great historical significance, giving us a glimmer of his character as one who seeks great historical antiquities.

Answers to tough questions can be found in world’s beauty

Answers to tough questions can be found in world’s beauty

As philosopher, Jean-Louis Chrétien said, beauty constantly calls to us, haunts us and provokes us.

Moral leadership, moral decline and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Moral leadership, moral decline and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

As an Army chaplain, one of my primary areas of concern and influence is in moral leadership.

Chaplains make an extraordinary trip

Chaplains make an extraordinary trip

An ultramarathon isn’t just any race. It’s a ground-pounding, rocky, tough trail with enough mud to get yourself dirty and look like you were rollin’ in it.

Recent Health Articles

TAMC Tip: Statistics

TAMC Tip: Statistics

During January to December 2015, do you know what was happening at Tripler?

SNAP renamed, helps as Multidisciplinary Inclusion Action Team

SNAP renamed, helps as Multidisciplinary Inclusion Action Team

The Special Needs Accommodation Process has changed its name to the Multidisciplinary Inclusion Action Team.

TAMC Tip: Unregulated Supplements

TAMC Tip: Unregulated Supplements

If you are at a point where supplement use makes sense, you should ensure you purchase a reputable, good quality, supplement by looking for one of the good manufacturing practices labels on the product, such as “NSF,” “USP” and “Consumer Lab labels.”

TAMC Tip: Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

TAMC Tip: Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

Approximately one in four people, or 80 million people in the U.S., are currently infected with HPV.

Recent Online Exclusives

Some state drivers licenses not to be recognized

Some state drivers licenses not to be recognized

Defense Department installations will no longer accept driver’s licenses from Minnesota, Illinois, Missouri, New Mexico and Washington as proof of identity, DoD officials have said.

VA expands access to care for Hawaii veterans

VA expands access to care for Hawaii veterans

The Veterans Affairs Pacific Islands Health Care System (VAPIHCS) has announced agreements with Native Hawaiian Health Care (NHHC) Systems that will greatly expand access to health care for veterans living on the islands of Hawaii using expanded authorities from the Veterans Access, Choice and Accountability Act (VACAA).

Raiders conduct EDRE to maintain readiness

Raiders conduct EDRE to maintain readiness

Soldiers from 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, “Raiders,” 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, conducted an Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise, Dec. 8-11.

‘Bronco’ brigade learns lessons during Exercise Yama Sakura

‘Bronco’ brigade learns lessons during Exercise Yama Sakura

The Soldiers of 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, conducted a war gaming exercise during Yama Sakura at Area X, here, Dec. 5-10.

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Community Calendar

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MWR Briefs

MWR Briefs

Upcoming events and programs from Morale, Welfare and Recreation.

News Briefs: February 5, 2016

News Briefs: February 5, 2016

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Traffic Report: February 5, 2016

Traffic Report: February 5, 2016

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