Due to inclement weather, the date of the Schofield Barracks Tree Lighting Ceremony has changed.
Over the past month, Warrior Transition Battalion-Hawaii has hosted numerous events and functions in support of Warrior Care Month.
Seventh and eighth grade students heard from 27 guest speakers who covered a wide variety of occupations from chemists to athletic trainer, and they were afforded the chance to ask detailed, first-hand questions about specific work, including the best and worst parts of the job, required training and salary amounts.
Nearly 50 delegates representing all ranks of the Army, family members, and Department of the Army civilians joined forces at this week’s annual Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) conference to address ways to improve the quality of life in the U.S. Army.
As the afternoon sun painted the Soldiers and parade field golden on an idyllic island day, Pacific Army Reserve Soldiers bid farewell to one enlisted leader and welcomed another.
Ceremony welcomes new senior enlisted adviser for 9th MSC.
The Asia-Pacific will be the economic driver for the world in the years to come, and that is why rebalancing the U.S. military to the region makes such sense, Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Nov. 6, here.