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Elected officials, business leaders and military personnel gathered at the state capitol, Friday, to formally declare May to be Military Appreciation Month at a ceremony co-hosted by Hawaii Gov. David Ige and the Hawaii Military Affairs Council.
In his first visit to the Pacific since being appointed the 15th Sergeant Major of the Army, Daniel Dailey addressed U.S. Army-Pacific Soldiers during two town halls.
The Pacific Regional Medical Command held its High Reliability Organization (HRO) Summit at the Hale Koa Hotel, April 23-24.
The 2014 Federal Employee Viewpoint Survey results, released by the Office of Personnel Management in October, confirmed that Army supervisor-employee engagement challenges still remain, but it also showed that we’re making great strides in the right direction.
Describing the U.S. Army-Pacific and the 25th Infantry Division as a “linchpin” in America’s strategic rebalances to the Pacific, Army Secretary John McHugh said ground forces are key to any success.
Soldiers receive recognition and a remembrance photo for taking action against violence and drunk driving, April 17.
“My command philosophy is simple: to be responsive. Being responsive does not equate with always saying yes, but it is a character trait that is necessary when one is working in a support command,” said Altendorf. “