Closures on northbound Kunia Road (toward Wahiawa), from Lyman Gate to Wilikina Drive, 7:30 p.m.-4:30 a.m., Dec. 21-23 and 28.
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS- After months of preparation and winning two previous culinary competitions earlier this year, cooks Sgt. Javier Henriquez, 536th Support Maintenance Company, 524th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion, 8th Military Police Brigade and Spc. Jacques Harrington, 57th MP Co., 728th MP Bn., 8th MP Bde., won the 2014 U.S. Army Hawaii Installation Junior Enlisted and Noncommissioned Officer Chef of the Year competition here, Dec. 16.
8th Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs In 2014, the 8th Theater Sustainment Command family of troops continued its commitment to serving as the Pacific Theater’s “PREMIER” sustainment team by strengthening relationships, building partnerships and developing leadership throughout its diverse ranks and among its joint, multinational and interagency counterparts. As the senior Army logistics command in […]
FORT SHAFTER — As 2014 closes, U.S. Army-Pacific is taking planning and executing operations to new levels by building upon allied and partner nation relationships throughout the Indo-Asia Pacific region.
Capt. Richard Barker 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public Affairs 25th Infantry Division In 2014, at its most dynamic moment, the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, was simultaneously improving military relations in four countries, conducting joint training with the Marine Corps and Air Force, supporting troops across Hawaii, Alaska and Colorado, and maintaining an […]
HONOLULU —Tripler Army Medical Center kicked off 2014 by establishing a smoke-free campus policy.
“Tripler’s proactive adoption of a tobacco-free campus puts us at the tip of the spear,” said Col. Lawrence Connell, then chief of staff for the Pacific Regional Medical Command. “The Department of Defense hopes to launch a new initiative transforming all military installations into tobacco-free facilities by 2020.”
WHEELER ARMY AIRFIELD — 2014 was a year of Enlisted Voluntary Early Separations for Soldiers, new Officer Evaluation Reports and an increased emphasis on SHARP, or Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Prevention (including its new telephone hotline).
A typical day in the U.S. Army Reserve starts and ends within the broad geographic footprint of the “Pride of the Pacific,” with the sun rising in Saipan and setting in American Samoa.