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Marine Band rocks Waikiki May 29, 2010 — Amps are turned up, the guitarist wows the audience with his quick strumming, the drummer bangs away and the crowd goes wild. It’s not Ozzy, Metallica or ‘insert your favorite band here’ – It’s the Marines.Musicians with the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Rock Band, wowed the crowd during the Military Band Mele May 29 at the Fort DeRussy Parade MORE
Community honors service members with appreciation day May 22, 2010 — Thousands of Hawaii-based service members, friends and family gathered May 22 in Waikiki for Military Appreciation Day. The annual event, sponsored by USO Hawaii and the city and county of Honolulu, featured complimentary admission, food and drinks at the Honolulu Zoo for service members and their families. Across the street at Kapiolani Park, the MORE
Supervisors recognize office “go-to” Marines May 13, 2010 — In every section of Marines there is one who stands out from the crowd; one Marine who goes above and beyond their superior’s expectations. As is Marine Corps tradition, every once and a while, that Marine is recognized not with medals or a certificate, but with a night of relaxation and free food.Marines with Headquarters and Service Battalion, MORE
Retired Marine recognized, cares for Marines May 04, 2010 — John H. Gaukler is a humble man. Most people walking past him would see a kind, quiet professional. There are no plaques or awards adorning his office, no Marine stickers, photos or any inclination as to what his life’s been. But, the work he does is pivotal to the success of his unit and is a familiar task for any retired sergeant major, he takes MORE
Yoga instructor invites service members to relax May 04, 2010 — It isn’t unusual to find service members on Camp H. M. Smith filling the gym, running around base or training on Bordelon Field during their lunch hour, but onlookers may have been surprised by what they saw April 4 under the tree in front of the base Semper Fit Center. Judy A. Kosaka offered her services as a licensed yoga instructor to personnel MORE
Marine overcomes injuries, competes in Wounded Warrior Games May 03, 2010 — At first sight, Cpl. Beau Parra doesn’t appear wounded. But some wounds are more than skin deep. After three deployments to Iraq as a machine gunner, Parra has overcome numerous injuries and odds – from seizing Baghdad and returning with “unknown” respiratory issues to suffering roughly 70 improvised explosive device attacks. Despite the MORE
All-Marine Wounded Warriors Practice for Competition on the Court May 02, 2010 — The All-Marine Warrior Games sitting volleyball team focused on playing as a one, continuing to learn each other's strengths, Apr. 28, at the post fitness center as they prepare for the inaugural Warrior Games, next week.Sitting volleyball is one of the few sports in the Warrior Games largely dependent on teamwork and cohesiveness. The game is MORE