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Navy League presents $3,000 check to Toys for Tots December 17, 2009 — Representatives from the Honolulu Council of the Navy League present a $3,000 check to U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Commander Lt. Gen. Keith J. Stalder, center, for the Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots program Dec. 17.   The check represents proceeds from the Navy League's annual Toys for Tots Golf Tournament.   In attendance are (from MORE
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JSOTF-P Servicemembers Stuff 600 Holiday Stockings December 12, 2009 — Dozens of members of Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines donated their time to stuff nearly 600 holiday stockings at JSOTF-P Camp Navarro headquarters Dec. 12. The stockings and the items inside were from donated care packages from U.S. citizens, churches, non-profit organizations, businesses, and JSOTF-P family members. The goal of the MORE
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Toys for Tots concert features MarForPac band, local artists December 09, 2009 — Music and holiday cheer filled the Neal S. Blaisdell Concert Hall Dec. 9 for the Second Annual Na Mele o na Keiki, “Music for the Children,” sponsored by BAE Systems, a worldwide partner of the USO and benefitting the Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program. The U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band headlined the free show and local artists MORE
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Bikers bring Toys for Tots miles closer to year’s goal December 09, 2009 — More than 6,500 motorcycle enthusiasts came together to share their passion for riding and help Hawaii’s less-fortunate children during the 35th Annual Street Bikers United Toy Run Dec. 6.  The annual ride which benefits the Marine Corps Reserve’s Toys for Tots program began at Ala Moana Beach Park and ended at Kapiolani Community College. Marines MORE
Ewa Field Marines among first to battle Japanese December 06, 2009 — Sixty eight years ago, four Marines gave their lives and were among the first American casualties of World War II. They witnessed the advance of Japanese bombers moments before the attack on Pearl Harbor. They struggled to save burning aircraft and fired at the enemy whenever the opportunity presented itself. Active and retired service members, MORE
Great Aloha Run entry deadlines approaching December 01, 2009 — Avid runners participate in recreational races on a regular basis around the world, but service members in Hawaii have an upcoming opportunity to compete and give back to their local and military communities. Though the 26th Annual Kaiser Permanente Great Aloha Run may be a few months away, Feb. 15, submission deadlines are quickly approaching. The MORE