Pearl Harbor-Hickam Highlights

Capt. Kenneth Epps, commanding officer, NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor, holds a hula hoop while Culinary Specialist 1st Class Osman Fernandez cheers with students during the Jump Rope for Heart event at Pearl Harbor Elementary School, Feb. 28. U.S. Navy photo by Shannon Haney

Capt. Kenneth Epps, commanding officer, NAVSUP FLC Pearl Harbor, holds a hula hoop while Culinary Specialist 1st Class Osman Fernandez cheers with students during the Jump Rope for Heart event at Pearl Harbor Elementary School, Feb. 28. U.S. Navy photo by Shannon Haney

Third class petty officers from Hawaii commands take the Navy-wide E-5 exam at the submarine base gym at JBPHH, March 9. Sailors who qualify take the exam twice a year until they are promoted to the next pay grade. U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Corwin M. Colbert

Third class petty officers from Hawaii commands take the Navy-wide E-5 exam at the submarine base gym at JBPHH, March 9. Sailors who qualify take the exam twice a year until they are promoted to the next pay grade. U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Corwin M. Colbert

A Sailor presented Ken W. Hartle, son of World War II veteran Ken Hartle, with an American Flag at a memorial service in Escondido, California, March 4. WWII veteran Hartle is thought to be the oldest living Pearl Harbor salvage diver, nicknamed "Old Deep Sea." He was 103 when he died, Jan. 24. U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by MC1 Charles White

A Sailor presented Ken W. Hartle, son of World War II veteran Ken Hartle, with an American Flag at a memorial service in Escondido, California, March 4. WWII veteran Hartle is thought to be the oldest living Pearl Harbor salvage diver, nicknamed “Old Deep Sea.” He was 103 when he died, Jan. 24.
U.S. Navy Combat Camera photo by MC1 Charles White

A detail of personnel assigned to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency conduct a dignified transfer for what may be the remains of U.S. service members who have been classified as missing in action from WWII at JBPHH, March 7.

A detail of personnel assigned to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency conduct a dignified transfer for what may be the remains of U.S. service members who have been classified as missing in action from WWII at JBPHH, March 7.

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