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October is the army’s Energy Awareness month. The U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii commander asks that all units, Soldiers, family members, and civilian workforce take an opportunity to…
As the lead agency for this year’s Combined Federal Campaign in the Pacific, the U.S. Army kicked off the program in a way it’s most accustomed doing: a morning run.
The VA Health Information Exchange Opt Out Form, VA Form 10-10164, is now available online at www.va.gov or in the Release of Information Office at local VA medical centers.
Together we can create a healthy community! Share your thoughts about what is important to U.S. Army Hawaii. Tell us what you think about quality of life, wellness, and readiness…
The Wheeler Middle School Student Council is made up of 12 students supported by Mrs. Morimoto. The students participate and support their school in a variety of activities.
Operation Homefront, the national nonprofit that builds strong, stable, and secure military families, is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Military Child of the Year Awards,…
October is Make A Difference Month, and the Department of Facility Maintenance (DFM) Storm Water Quality (SWQ) Branch iscelebrating with a series of cleanup events around O‘ahu.
The Army invites the community to join in a special ceremony honoring the mothers and families of fallen service members, Sunday at 1 p.m., at the National Memorial Cemetery of the…