CSCS Sailor Reenlists above a Hawaiian Waterfall

Story by Kimberly Lansdale on 09/25/2019 PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii. Center for Surface Combat Systems (CSCS) Det Pearl Harbor recently reenlisted one of their Sailors above Maunawili Falls. After a three-mile hike and enjoying breathtaking views, Electronics Technician 2nd Class Emily Braswell took an oath to continue serving her country. "Becoming
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MRF-D Marines conduct trans-Pacific flight in MV-22 Ospreys

Story by 1LT Colin Kennard on 09/20/2019 MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII -- U.S. Marines with Marine Rotational Force Darwin completed a trans-Pacific flight in MV-22 Ospreys for the fourth time, transiting from Darwin, Australia to their home station on Marine Corps Base Hawaii on September 19. The flight consisted of
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MCB Hawaii: Overwatch

Story by SSgt Alisa Helin on 09/20/2019 Guiding an aircraft to the ground safely is a task not only for the pilots, but also for the air traffic controllers. As an aircraft approaches the flight line of Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) Kaneohe Bay, Marine Corps Base Hawaii (MCBH), you
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Coast Guard suspends search for missing spearfisher off Kauai

Story by PO2 Amanda Wyrick on 08/28/2019 HONOLULU The Coast Guard suspended the search at sunset for a 26-year-old man who went missing Saturday evening after spearfishing off Anini Beach, Kauai. Theobhlius Erakdrik remains missing. "We extend our deepest condolences to the friends and loved ones affected by this tragedy,"
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Hospitalman Shane McGuire Wins Best Medic Competition

Story by BUMED PAO on 08/27/2019 FALLS CHURCH, Va. (NNS) Hospitalman Shane McGuire won the Best Medic competition at Kandahar Airfield (KAF) on August 9, 2019. McGuire was the only U.S. Navy Corpsman to enter the competition, which consisted of 15 U.S. Army medics and Romanian contingent medical personnel. The
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Marines with course 205-19 endure and complete the grueling 3-week MAI course

Story by LCpl Brennan Beauton on 08/26/2019 CAMP HANSEN, OKINAWA, Japan After three rigorous weeks of obstacle course line-drills, aquatic training, and countless hours of free sparring, six Marines earned their instructor tab signifying they are now Marine Corps Martial Arts Program instructors. Marines prepared to embark on the course
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