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U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific

In Any Clime and Place

Hawaii kicks off military appreciation month

By Sgt. Scott Whittington | | April 26, 2007

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070426-M-2517W-002 -- HONOLULU -- Mayor Mufi Hannemann of the City and County of Honolulu speaks to military service members and guests about sacrifices made by American service members everyday during the opening ceremony of the 22nd Annual Hawaii Military Appreciation Month held at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Pearl Harbor?s Ford Island. "I know I speak for the 500,000 people who call Honolulu home, thank you," said Hannemann to the nearly 500 service members in attendance, including the highest ranking member in the Pacific, Navy Adm. Timothy J. Keating, commander, U.S. Pacific Command.

070426-M-2517W-002 -- HONOLULU -- Mayor Mufi Hannemann of the City and County of Honolulu speaks to military service members and guests about sacrifices made by American service members everyday during the opening ceremony of the 22nd Annual Hawaii Military Appreciation Month held at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Pearl Harbor?s Ford Island. "I know I speak for the 500,000 people who call Honolulu home, thank you," said Hannemann to the nearly 500 service members in attendance, including the highest ranking member in the Pacific, Navy Adm. Timothy J. Keating, commander, U.S. Pacific Command. (Photo by Sgt Scott Whittington)


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HONOLULU -- Mayor Mufi Hannemann of the City and County of Honolulu speaks to military service members and guests about sacrifices made by American service members every day during the opening ceremony of the 22nd Annual Hawaii Military Appreciation Month held at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Pearl Harbor’s Ford Island. "I know I speak for the 500,000 people who call Honolulu home, thank you," said Hannemann to the nearly 500 service members in attendance, including the highest ranking member in the Pacific, Navy Adm. Timothy J. Keating, commander, U.S. Pacific Command.