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Community Calendar

Community Calendar

MWR SEEKS COACHES NOW — Morale, Welfare and Recreation needs volunteer coaches for winter Youth Sports baseball, basketball and cheerleading seasons. Practices start in the beginning of January and games run from the end of January to the middle of March. Teams will have two practice days per week ranging between one and one-and-a-half hours. […]

Upcoming Events – Autumn

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation • Registration is open now until Oct. 31 for the winter season of youth sports. Sign your child up for basketball, baseball or cheerleading. Cost is $50 and is for youth ages 5 to 16 years old. For more information, call 473-0789. • A dodgeball tournament sends […]

Two Pearl Harbor historic apps launched

Two Pearl Harbor historic apps launched

National Park Service Pacific Historic Parks and the National Park Service have partnered to create two new Pearl Harbor apps bringing the USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor to the world. The new experiences offer a unique view of the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument-Pearl Harbor that is open daily, welcoming […]

Stay healthy this flu season

Stay healthy this flu season

Story and photo by Tech. Sgt. Heather Redman 15th Wing Public Affairs The weather may not be changing much and there is no need for a sweater, but flu season is still just around the corner and research shows it’s better to get vaccinated early. According to the State of Hawaii, Department of Health Disease […]

Are you vulnerable? Know the anatomy of a cyber intrusion

Are you vulnerable? Know the anatomy of a cyber intrusion

Office of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Warfare The security of the Navy networks is a continuous, all-hands effort. Every day, Sailors and civilians must stand guard on our Navy’s digital quarter deck to prevent cyber intrusions. Cyber threats are real, and cyber criminals are determined, intelligent and persistent. Cybersecurity protections, such […]

Michael Murphy visits Papua New Guinea ahead of APEC 2018

Michael Murphy visits Papua New Guinea ahead of APEC 2018

Story and photo by MC2 Justin Pacheco USS Michael Murphy The guided-missile destroyer USS Michael Murphy (DDG 112) arrived in Port Moresby, Oct. 6. As the first U.S. Navy ship to visit Port Moresby since USS Comstock (LSD 45) in 2017, Michael Murphy arrived as the nation prepares to host the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) […]

Musical submariners

Musical submariners

A bluejacket Hawaiian orchestra entertains during a Submariner’s Hawaiian Night entertainment. Adm. Chester W. Nimitz, commander-in-chief Pacific-Pacific Ocean Area, attended this one during World War II. Photo courtesy of Naval History and Heritage Command

Navy celebrates 243 years

Navy celebrates 243 years

Story and photo by Kristen Wong Life and Leisure Editor, Ho‘okele The U.S. Navy in Hawaii celebrates the Navy’s 243rd birthday this year, today through Oct. 13. This year’s theme is “Forged by the Sea” (Haku ‘la E Ke Kai). “Our Navy was born as the ‘Continental Navy’ in 1775 even before our nation was […]

Navy birthday message to the fleet

Navy birthday message to the fleet

Honorable Richard V. Spencer Secretary of the Navy To our Sailors, civilians, families and friends, for 243 years the Navy has been a global force, forged from the sea, united in a common purpose, ready to fight, respond, and defend wherever there is need. Because of your hard work and dedication, the foundation for restoring […]

AF Band of the Pacific plays jazz in town

AF Band of the Pacific plays jazz in town

Staff Sgt. Adam Walker plays the piano with the Papana Jazz Ensemble from the Air Force Band of the Pacific performs live at Blue Note Hawaii in downtown Honolulu, Oct. 6. Photo by Tech Sgt. Patrick Brush