VP Pence speaks at Joint Base

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, wave aloha as they prepare for their journey home from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam to Washington, D.C.

Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, wave aloha as they prepare for their journey home from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam to Washington, D.C.

Story and photo by Senior Airman Michael Reeves Jr.

15th Wing Public Affairs

Vice President Mike Pence made a brief stop at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam April 24 25 to speak with the troops on his way from American Samoa to Washington, D.C. The trip was intended as a chance for the vice president to lay out the administration’s policies to U.S. allies in the region, and to offer an opportunity for him to develop personal relationships with government and business leaders. This marked Pence’s final stop after his travels to Korea, Japan, Indonesia and Australia.

Pence stopped in Hawaii to thank service members for "answering the call to serve our country," marking the end of his 10-day trip to Asia.

Pence stopped in Hawaii to thank service members for “answering the call to serve our country,” marking the end of his 10-day trip to Asia.

Adm. Harry B. Harris, commander, U.S. Pacifi c Command, introduces Vice President Mike Pence following an April 24 lunch with approximately 120 service members stationed on Oahu.  U.S. Air Force photos by Master Sgt. Raquel Griffin

Adm. Harry B. Harris, commander, U.S. Pacifi c Command, introduces Vice President Mike Pence following an April 24 lunch with approximately 120 service members stationed on Oahu. U.S. Air Force photos by Master Sgt. Raquel Griffin

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