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U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM)

Pearl Harbor Honors Fallen Service Members

The ceremony's guest speaker, Capt. Craig Blakely, commander of Submarine Squadron 7 based at Pearl Harbor's historic submarine piers, spoke of the importance of Memorial Day and the sacrifices that are made every day by service members around the world.

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513th Acg Flies First E-3g Block 40/45 In South Korean Exercise

"This was a historic moment for the 513th ACG," said Lt. Col. David Cavazos, the detachment commander for 513th personnel supporting Max Thunder. "It's the first time in history that the new E-3G has been truly integrated with our international partners in the Pacific theatre of operations, and we were honored to be a part of it."

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U.S. Army, Pacific (USARPAC)

Corps Of Engineers Works On Relationship Building With Nashville Mayor

Lt. Col. Stephen Murphy, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District commander, said meeting with the new mayor of Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County is about continuing the relationship and partnership with the city.

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Marine's Heroic Actions Prevent Suicide

Sgt. Raheem Boyd was in his room aboard Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, May 2015, when he received a message from a fellow Marine asking for another unit's duty officer, and telling Boyd that he discovered suicidal posts on another Lejeune-based Marine's Facebook page.

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U.S. Marine Forces, Pacific (MARFORPAC)

Navfac Exwc Oversees Deployment Of Wave Energy Conversion Device

The "Lifesaver", a ring-shaped WEC buoy, is being tested to obtain operational data on this particular ocean renewable energy conversion technology. The buoy converts energy generated by passing waves into electrical energy. Previously tested off the South Coast of England for 19 months, the WETS Lifesaver test and demonstration project will use an improved buoy whose key components were re-designed to improve reliability. This effort is being managed by NAVFAC EXWC with Sound & Sea Technology Inc., as the assembly and installation contractor, and Fred. Olsen Ltd., a Norwegian company, as the technology developer providing WEC performance data to the Hawaiian Natural Energy Institute (HNEI) for analysis. With assistance from local marine services companies Healy Tibbitts Builders and Sea Engineering Inc., the buoy was towed from MCBH and connected into the WETS mooring infrastructure previously deployed by NAVFAC EXWC last year.

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Raiders' Conducts Helo Training With Air Force, Marine Corps Counterparts

The Raiders also conducted a series of rappels and sling loads from UH-60 Black Hawks, and helocasts from CH-47 Chinooks, March 21-23, as part of the overall helicopter training.

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Navy Region Hawaii

Pearl Harbor Honors Fallen Service Members

The ceremony's guest speaker, Capt. Craig Blakely, commander of Submarine Squadron 7 based at Pearl Harbor's historic submarine piers, spoke of the importance of Memorial Day and the sacrifices that are made every day by service members around the world.

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Pacific Submarine Force Bids Aloha To USS City Of Corpus Christi

Guest speaker for the ceremony, Rear Adm. (ret.) Winford "Jerry" Ellis, City of Corpus Christi's first commanding officer and whose last assignment was as commander of the Pacific Submarine Force here in Hawaii, shared some of the highlights from the commissioning of City of Corpus Christi at the Electric Boat Division of the General Dynamics Corporation in Groton, Connecticut, on January 8, 1983.

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Air Force 15th Wing

Pearl Harbor Honors Fallen Service Members

The ceremony's guest speaker, Capt. Craig Blakely, commander of Submarine Squadron 7 based at Pearl Harbor's historic submarine piers, spoke of the importance of Memorial Day and the sacrifices that are made every day by service members around the world.

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Pacific Submarine Force Bids Aloha To USS City Of Corpus Christi

Guest speaker for the ceremony, Rear Adm. (ret.) Winford "Jerry" Ellis, City of Corpus Christi's first commanding officer and whose last assignment was as commander of the Pacific Submarine Force here in Hawaii, shared some of the highlights from the commissioning of City of Corpus Christi at the Electric Boat Division of the General Dynamics Corporation in Groton, Connecticut, on January 8, 1983.

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Coast Guard

Patrolling The Tuna Belt

One by one, Coasties dressed in blue coveralls and armored vests carrying side arms and wearing tactical belts similar to police officers scramble up a jacob's ladder draped over the hull of a purse seiner at sea.

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In The Service Of Others

Mahatma Gandhi once said the best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others. He believed that serving the needs of others better served humanity.

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