K-9s show what it means to be a Devil Dog

Story by LCpl Isabelo Tabanguil on 05/17/2017 Marines and military workings dogs with the Provost Marshal's Office on Marine Corps Base Hawaii conducted scout training aboard Camp H.M. Smith, May 8, 2017. The purpose of scout training is to help both the handler and their dog to successfully search, pursue
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Hawaii's "Red Dragons" Make History with Pacific Crossing

Story by Cpl Robert Sweet on 05/06/2017 Four Hawaii-based Marine Corps Osprey tiltrotor aircraft made history when they landed in Australia, April 28, 2017, after flying there from Oahu, Hawaii. This marks the first time ever the MV-22B Osprey made a trans-Pacific flight. These four aircraft with Marine Tiltrotor Squadron
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Seafaring Soldiers: Army mariners-in-training tackle culmination exercise

Story by Terrance Bell on 05/04/2017 JOINT BASE LANGLEY-EUSTIS (May 4, 2017) Soldiers storming a beach via watercraft is an action closely associated with the Navy and Marine Corps, not the service that has earned mention as a superior land force. It is an image, however, familiar to those who
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USS Hopper Visits Homer, Alaska

Story by PO3 Joey Montemarano on 04/30/2017 HOMER, Alaska - Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Hopper (DDG 70) arrived in Homer, Alaska, April 29 for a scheduled port visit prior to their participation in Exercise Northern Edge 2017. While in port, the crew of Hopper will have opportunities to participate
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STRIKE!: MCBH Families participate in annual Strike Out Child Abuse

Story by LCpl Matthew Kirk on 04/29/2017 Service members and families aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii participated in the annual "Strike Out Child Abuse" bowling event at K-Bay Lanes on April 26, 2017. The purpose of the event was to raise awareness and reach out to the base community about
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Marine recalls experience escorting fallen WWII vet home

Story by Nathan Hanks on 04/20/2017 In 2015 a private, non-profit organization known as History Flight excavated what is believed to be Cemetery 27 on the island of Betio, Tarawa, and recovered the remains of multiple individuals, one of them being Whitehurst. "It's a very humbling experience and an honor
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