Master Sgt. Cedric King will speak about his injury from an IED and recovery.
Recent News Articles
In only five days, a small team of 10 Pacific Army Reserve Civil Affairs Soldiers set up the very first Civil-Military Operations Center (CMOC) in support of U.S. Pacific Command’s Rim of the Pacific 2016 humanitarian aid / disaster relief (HA/DR) exercise, July 5-15.
Every year, the 25th Infantry Division hosts the Expert Field Medical Badge testing, here, and this year will not be any different.
Tripler Army Medical Center conducted a mass casualty exercise, July 14, as part of the Navy’s bi-annual Rim of the Pacific exercise.
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Army Community Service was established in 1965 and became the first standardized organization focusing on the stability and readiness of family members.
When Haylie Culp moved to Oahu with her husband she brought her passion for civics and community service when she revived the American Legion Auxiliary Aloha Girls State this past June after it was inactive for 32 years.
Two Army distance runners earned berths in the Rio Olympic Games during the final weekend of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials at Hayward Field.
On July 25, the Army & Air Force Exchange Service marks a milestone — 121 years of serving Soldiers, Airmen, retirees and military families.
In a few short weeks summer will be over and school will be back in session. The first day of school for the four on-post schools is Aug. 1.
The title of this column is “Footsteps in Faith.” What does that mean? The honest answer is that it can mean different things for different people.
As Soldiers, veterans and survivors of war, we had an opportunity on Memorial Day (as well as all other days) to honor our fallen comrades and mourn those who gave their life for their country.
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Recent Health Articles
The GHE trainees spend one to six years in the medical and health training programs. The RHC-P’s providers learn and understand the challenges of delivering the best medicine regardless of the military medical environment in which they are practicing; in a hospital or deployed in the field.
Veterans Affairs Pacific Island Healthcare System News Release HONOLULU — Veteran Affairs Pacific Island Health Care System (VAPIHCS) celebrate the nine veteran athletes who competed in this year’s 2016 National Veterans Golden Games July 10-14 in Detroit. The National Veterans Golden Age Games is the only national multi-event sports and recreational seniors’ competition program designed to […]
Tripler Army Medical Center has been taken over by junior enlisted Soldiers; at least in regard to some of the improvements that are being made at TAMC.
This summer, TRICARE wants to help you avoid their bites, which are not only irritating, but can also carry diseases that make both people and pets very ill.
Recent Online Exclusives
Being the Army’s premiere experts on jungle operations and training isn’t the 25th Infantry Division’s only calling card.
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.
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).
Soldiers from 3rd Squadron, 4th Cavalry Regiment, “Raiders,” 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, conducted an Emergency Deployment Readiness Exercise, Dec. 8-11.
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