Based on the latest data at 3:57 p.m., a major tsunami is not expected to strike the state of Hawaii.
Thirty-one Air National Guardsman of the 186th Medical Group, “Magnolia Militia,” Meridian, Mississippi, recently brought a wide variety of medical specialties to Tripler Army Medical Center and Schofield Barracks, recently.
Four Soldiers from the 9th Mission Support Command made the cut from more than 200 Army Reserve applicants to the Military Reserve Exchange Program.
When it was time to ask questions, the private nervously got up and asked Thomas, “So, command sergeant major, how do you like Hawaii?”
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.
Key leaders and primary staff members of the 9th Mission Support Command gathered to brainstorm and revise the command’s Strategic Campaign Plan during a strategy development workshop here, Jan. 13-16.
Story and photo by Brian Melanephy 9th Mission Support Command Public Affairs FORT SHAFTER FLATS — A simulated blast and a few moments of chaos kicked off a realistic antiterrorism exercise (ATEX), here, Aug. 20. The 9th Mission Support Command’s U.S. Army Reserve Theater Support Group-Pacific was the executive agent for the one-day, multi-agency exercise. […]