Inner-city areas have a bad rap for everything from violence and drug abuse, to poor education systems and lack of employment opportunities.
General Vincent K. Brooks, commander, U.S. Army-Pacific, talked to multinational Asia-Pacific allies and partners about the utilization of land forces to maintain stability and security in the region during the second LANPAC Symposium, April 9.
Volunteers from the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers partnered with Junior ROTC cadets to clean up Waikiki Beach, Saturday, as part of Earth Month 2014.
Volunteers with Army Community Service (ACS); Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR); U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii, received a big pat on the back — along with some cake and door prizes — at a Volunteer Open House at the ACS building, here, Monday.
Squinting in the late morning, the small, yet jubilant group, congratulated each other on their high score of “rescues”: three scooters and one kid-sized all terrain vehicle successfully pulled out of the drainage ditch, a record, they say.
The 536th enabled retrograde operations and inspected and repaired nearly 10,000 work orders, enabling recovery operations, explained Droppleman.
“Feedback from residents through our SatisFacts surveys over the past year has been positive, and to hear we’re ranked high among our peers in the industry confirms we are doing a great job supporting our residents,” said Tom Adams, IPC’s director of property management.