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USS Arizona survivor returns to fallen brothers December 23, 2011 — The December rain in Hawaii gave way to a bright and windy day on the USS Arizona Memorial, where a Marine was laid to rest with his fallen brothers. Frank R. Cabiness was interred at the USS Arizona Memorial here Dec. 23, becoming just the second Marine survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor to have his remains placed inside the hull of the ship. MORE
Marines, families welcome holidays with games and laughter December 16, 2011 — Just before the rush of the holidays, Marines, Sailors and civilian Marines assigned to U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific invited their families to enjoy the annual MarForPac holiday party at the Pollock Theater here Dec 16. While the service members and their spouses mingled with each other, their children were well entertained by a variety of MORE
Finance sesssions available for Kaneohe, Camp Smith Marines December 15, 2011 — Are you looking to buy a new car? Maybe you just got married or expect a baby. Whether you foresee a major financial change or you just need to budget your spending, Marine Corps Community Services’ Marine & Family Programs can help. Bruce Sneddon, program manager for the Personal Financial Management Program at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe MORE
The last decade of the greatest generation; Pearl Harbor vets emphasize importance of passing history December 07, 2011 — The 88-year-old man takes his time to sit down. His face is weathered by the years so that his distinguishing features tell a story even before he opens his mouth. He may be slow to move now, but he’s still quick to remember that morning. He woke up at 7:00 a.m., dressed himself, and went to the mess hall for breakfast. Business as usual. After MORE
More than toys for the ‘keiki’ December 01, 2011 — If Santa had any worries about making enough toys for the less fortunate keiki (children) of Hawaii, with the help of the Marines he can now confidently visit many Oahu homes and fill any unused Christmas tree spaces. U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific and BAE Systems held the 4th Annual Mele o na Keiki (Music for the Children) Holiday concert at MORE