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U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM)

Hard To Raptor Head Around

Story by A1C Greg Erwin on 07/04/2018 As the morning sun rises over the base, the pilot walks to his aircraft. Both man and machine will work as one unit in the sky today. The pilot looks at the crew chief, who is waiting at the aircraft, and gives a read more

Fourth Of July Marks 100 Years Of Australian, U.S. Military Partnership During Exercise Hamel

Story by CPT Marshall Howell on 07/04/2018 ROCKHAMPTON, Qld, Australia Early on the morning of July 4, 1918, during World War One, a line of infantrymen composed of battle-hardened Australian and fresh American troops rose up from the security of their trenches and fighting positions to attack German forces defending read more

U.S. Army, Pacific (USARPAC)

Team Tobyhanna Transforms How The Army Communicates

Story by Jacqueline Boucher on 07/05/2018 The Army is ensuring commanders can communicate with military partners anytime, anywhere by enlisting Team Tobyhanna capabilities in the refresh of hardware procurement and installation processes at select Home Station Mission Command Center (HSMCC) sites. The sites are managed by the Army's Program Executive read more

I Corps Change Of Stole Ceremony

Story by SGT William Brown on 06/29/2018 JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, Washington America's First Corps bid farewell to the first female I Corps command chaplain during a Change of Stole ceremony June 29 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington. "The passing of the stole is a tangible representation that the responsibility for read more

U.S. Marine Forces, Pacific (MARFORPAC)

Exercise Rimpac

Story by CWO2 Michael Kropiewnicki on 06/08/2018 MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH) will host hundreds of foreign military members participating in Exercise Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) from mid-June through the beginning of August. RIMPAC training events will occur at sea and on military installations i read more

8th Tsc Creates Living Insignia

Story by MAJ Lindsey Elder on 06/07/2018 More than 800 members of the 8th Theater Sustainment Command came together on June 6 to be photographed as part of a "living insignia," or human re-creation of the subdued patch worn by those in the unit, celebrating it's 50th birthday this year. read more

Navy Region Hawaii

Logistics Center Welcomes New Leader, Promotes Outgoing Commander To Second Star

Story by Kristin Molinaro on 07/03/2018 Columbus, Ohio Navy Rear Adm. John Palmer assumed command of the Defense Supply Center Columbus and Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime from Rear Adm. Michelle Skubic during a ceremony June 27 at the Operations Center Auditorium. Skubic will become the 48th Chief of read more

Family And Friends The Theme Of A 25-Year Navy Career

Story by Dana Thornbury on 07/03/2018 Navy Captain Justin D. Debord celebrated 25 years of military service during a retirement ceremony in the Operations Center Auditorium June 29 at the Defense Supply Center Columbus. In his final assignment, Debord served as the director of Strategic Acquisition Programs for the Defense read more

Air Force 15th Wing

Logistics Center Welcomes New Leader, Promotes Outgoing Commander To Second Star

Story by Kristin Molinaro on 07/03/2018 Columbus, Ohio Navy Rear Adm. John Palmer assumed command of the Defense Supply Center Columbus and Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime from Rear Adm. Michelle Skubic during a ceremony June 27 at the Operations Center Auditorium. Skubic will become the 48th Chief of read more

Family And Friends The Theme Of A 25-Year Navy Career

Story by Dana Thornbury on 07/03/2018 Navy Captain Justin D. Debord celebrated 25 years of military service during a retirement ceremony in the Operations Center Auditorium June 29 at the Defense Supply Center Columbus. In his final assignment, Debord served as the director of Strategic Acquisition Programs for the Defense read more

Coast Guard

Coast Guard Resets Port Heavy Weather Condition Whiskey For The Port Of Guam

SANTA RITA, Guam The hazardous conditions associated with Tropical Storm Maria, previously 10W, are no longer a threat to the port of Guam. Therefore, the Captain of the Port has reset Port Heavy Weather Condition (PHWC) Whiskey as of 2 p.m. Thursday. Accordingly, the port of Guam is now ope read more

Imagery Available: Coast Guard Investigating Cause Of Fishing Vessel Grounding Off Honolulu Airport

Story by CPO Sara Muir on 07/04/2018 HONOLULU The Coast Guard is investigating the cause of a fishing vessel grounding off the Honolulu Airport, Wednesday. Coast Guard crews and salvors from Cates Marine responded to the grounding Wednesday morning, the vessel was successfully refloated, and the Coast Guard is investigating read more