U.S. Army Pacific Command Soldiers and an Army spouse were honored as part of an annual military appreciation night at Aloha Stadium, Saturday.
The servers of the day had a lot to accomplish during their hourlong shifts, as hungry patrons couldn’t wait to create an original plate of their favorite foods.
“Every little bit helps,” Gardner said. “We so appreciate the food your Soldiers and families gave for our Thanksgiving meal.”
Since their residents couldn’t make it home for the holiday season, local military units, spouse groups and other organizations decorated the Fisher Houses at Tripler Army Medical Center, here, Dec. 2.
Twelve returning veterans of the attack on Pearl Harbor began a weeklong tour of bases and historical sites on Oahu with The Greatest Generation Foundation (TGGF), here, Tuesday.
There weren’t any fancy Super Bowl ads, but for the officers and noncommissioned officers of the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command, the Turkey Bowl on Nov. 27 was the football game of the year.
Recently, the complex area superintendent and Leilehua Complex principals opened their arms to the Army in a “meet and greet” session.
It’s one of the toughest jobs on the planet.