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Service members clean up wildlife refuge

Service members clean up wildlife refuge

Story and photos by MC1 Phillip Pavlovich Navy Region Hawaii Public Affairs Sailors and Airmen attached to Hawaii-based commands and Royal New Zealand Navy Sailors attached to the HMNZS Te Kaha (F77) participated in a volunteer beach cleanup at the James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge in Haleiwa, Aug. 3, during Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) […]

JBPHH Teen Center selected for 4-H summer camp

JBPHH Teen Center selected for 4-H summer camp

Story by Alexis Goodwin JBPHH Teen Center writer Photos by Zachary Pigott Back in March of 2016, the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) Teen Center entered a video contest to win the privilege of attending a 4-H STEAM camp over the summer. The camp locations were Montana, Texas, Maine and Georgia. JBPHH Teen Center was […]

Messlords cook, entertain and educate during stop at JBPHH

Messlords cook, entertain and educate during stop at JBPHH

Madison Garcia Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation The Messlords—celebrity chefs Ray Lampe, better known as Dr. BBQ, and John “Johnny Brava” Conley—recently visited Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, where they prepared meals for patrons of Silver Dolphin Bistro Galley on July 26 and Hale Aina Galley July 28. Messlords is a tour of […]

Protected sea turtles hatch at PMRF

Protected sea turtles hatch at PMRF

A sea turtle nest located a quarter-mile south of Shenanigan’s All Hands Club on Pacific Missile Range Facility (PMRF), at Barking Sands on Kauai hatched on the evening of July 19. Tracks were discovered leading from the nest to the ocean on the afternoon of July 20 and at least two more distinct fresh sets […]

RIMPAC runners race ’round waterfront

RIMPAC runners race ’round waterfront

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation Rim of the Pacific Exercise 2016 (RIMPAC) participants raced in a 5K run beginning and ending at Bravo Central across from Bravo Pier at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, July 6. A second 5K run is planned for Aug. 4 beginning at 9 a.m. Numerous sports and special […]

Military teens from around  the world explore Hawaii

Military teens from around the world explore Hawaii

On May 5, Navy Teen Summer Camp Scholarship Program (SCSP) finished reviewing applications and awarded approximately 125 military children with scholarships to enjoy various camps around the world. Of those 125, 20 military teens from Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Nebraska, New Jersey, Virginia, and Washington as well as Italy plus four local teens between […]

Joint Base celebrates INDEPENDENCE DAY

Joint Base celebrates INDEPENDENCE DAY

Gaea Armour Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation ase Pearl Harbor-Hickam’s annual Independence Day celebration was held July 4 at Ward Field. Rock band Three Days Grace headlined the event with a live performance. This year’s celebration also featured free activities such as a car show, airbrush tattoos, a petting zoo, miniature golf, […]

In Their Boots

In Their Boots

Story and photos by Brandon Bosworth Assistant editor, Ho`okele The Armed Services YMCA (ASYMCA) held a special “In Their Boots Day” event for children at Ward Field, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, June 22. Fifty children between the ages of 7 and 12 visited a variety of information and activity stations staffed by volunteers from the […]

Biggest Little Airshow

Biggest Little Airshow

Pacific Aviation Museum Pearl Harbor’s remote control Biggest Little Airshow in Hawaii hit record crowds with an estimated 13,000 in attendance June 4 and 5 this year, for the museum’s ninth aviation event. The airshow featured open cockpits, hangar tours, restored World War II aircraft and remote control flying by pilots and aircraft from the […]

Go Fish!

Go Fish!

Capt. Nicole White 15th Wing Public Affairs Sounds of excitement and laughter were heard as the 17th annual Friends of Hickam Keiki Fishing Tournament began June 2 at Ho‘omaluhia Botanical Gardens in Kaneohe. More than 100 children armed with bamboo fishing poles and loaves of bread raced to drop their lines into the water. Approximately […]