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From Samoa to a life in the U.S. Army - CSM Tobin to lead 8thTSC at Fort Shafter
In this May 2012 photo, Medal of Honor recipient Col. Gordon R. Roberts from the 1st Theater Sustainment Command walks along with Command Sgt.
US Army offers up to $100K upgrade to DPS firing range
The U.S. Army Pacific is proposing an up-to-$100,000 upgrade to the CNMI Department of Public Safety's firing range on Saipan so that soldiers can get their Army weapons qualification on island instead of sending them to Hawaii or Guam.
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Army Engineers fought and lived through the attack on Pearl Harbor
Col. Albert K.B. Lyman, a native Hawaiian who was later the first ethnic Hawaiian to attain the rank of general or admiral in the U.S. Armed Forces, was the Army's Hawaiian Department Engineer during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
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Pearl Harbor veterans honored at Lebanon VA service
Pearl Harbor Survivor Chester Boyer listens to speaker Douglas Etter, public affairs officer for the Lebanon VA Medical Center, during Sunday's annual ceremony of remembrance for Pearl Harbor.
A lifetime dedicated to service: Time at Pearl Harbor is only one way hea s given back
Walter Bailey greets 80 or 90 ducks late Wednesday afternoon outside his house. The Pearl Harbor survivor feeds the ducks cracked corn every morning at first light, and then again later in the day, before dark.
Death of premature baby fuels latest challenge to Feres doctrine
The husband of an Army Reserve member soon will petition the Supreme Court to allow him to sue the military for allegedly forcing his wife, while pregnant, to perform physical activities against doctors' orders in 2006, which he claims led to the death of The husband of an Army Reserve member soon will petition the Supreme Court to allow him to sue ... (more)
Video: Hawaii military ready to render aid to Philippines
U.S. Army Pacific's Humanitarian Assistance Survey Team is ready to deploy to the Philippines if it's needed.