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Almost 200 Soldiers, veterans, family members and community members gathered, Monday, for what was described in a previous year as a “solemn celebration of freedom … and a commemoration of those who have fallen, and those who have served.”
Hawaii government officials, community representatives, and retired and active service members from all branches of the military gathered on the U.S. Army Vessel Lt. Gen. William B. Bunker (Logistic Support Vessel 4), here, for the 71st West Loch Disaster Remembrance Ceremony, May 21, hosted by U.S. Army-Pacific and the 8th Theater Sustainment Command.
Members of the 205th Military Intelligence Battalion gathered at, Richardson Theater, here, for a gender integration and professional development discussion, May 1, and again May 4, led by 1st Lt. Tracy L. Ross, executive officer, Company C, 205th MI Bn., 500th MI Brigade.
“Why did I come in this room again?” I often mutter to myself, while puttering around my house.
The 8th Theater Sustainment Command Soldiers discussed their respective fields with Dailey and provided a hands-on equipment demonstration.