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Republic of Korea President pays respects to fallen heroes July 5, 2007 — The President of the Republic of Korea, Roh Moo-hyun, paid his respects to the U.S. service members who gave their lives in defense of his country 54 years ago during a wreath laying ceremony at the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl) July 5.President Roh and first lady Kwon Yang-Suk, along with several key members of the Hawaii MORE
U.S. throws birthday party, over 300 million people invited July 3, 2007 — There are many holidays throughout the year celebrating the individual beliefs, heritage and traditions of the people of the United States.However, there is one holiday on the calendar that celebrates the U.S. in its entirety.For every citizen of the U.S., Independence Day is a day of remembrance, not just for the inception of one document or even MORE
Parking violation penalties stiffened at Smith June 29, 2007 —  If drivers continue to ignore current parking laws and antiterrorism force protection regulations here, they will face stiffer parking violation penalties.The recent demolition, construction and renovation projects of the headquarters building have put a strain on nearby parking spaces, so service members have begun parking illegally to avoid long MORE
American Indian charts path of success in Corps June 21, 2007 — An estimated 3,000 American Indians of the Menominee tribe were killed nearly four centuries ago in years of fierce, bloody battles with the French – less than 400 survived. Those events caused this ancient tribe to latch onto the strong backboned tradition of courage and strength, still carried in the Menominee people today.Cpl. Mitchell MORE
Aches & Pains scramble together victory over T-Hawks May 22, 2007 — Old-fashioned hustle led the “Aches & Pains” of U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific to a best two-out-of-three match win against the U.S. Pacific Command T-Hawks in a intramural volleyball game here, May 22. Aches & Pains started the game one man short, but maintained good teamwork and took the first game 21-18 and the second 21-14. “We were lucky to MORE
New walkway spans gap to parking, more demolition starts May 22, 2007 — Workers at Camp H.M. Smith completed a new walkway to span the gap between the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific headquarters building and the remote parking lots behind it May 21. Workers began demolition of the new walkway’s ancestor Dec. 4. The old one was scheduled for demolition because of safety reasons. According to Edmond Urabe, a general MORE
Marines gain confidence, camaraderie through training May 16, 2007 — Leaping over seven-foot walls, climbing 20-foot ropes and swimming hundreds of meters in the ocean were all part of a days work for U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Marines, May 16. Marines from MARFORPAC ran the traditional Marine Corps obstacle course and then moved to the beach for more “fun” in the sun as a part of their battalion physical MORE
Outlaws big lumber puts Good Timers into slumber May 15, 2007 — Big bats and ballerinas in the outfield led the Combat Service Support Group 3 Outlaws to victory over the Marine Corps Air Facility Good Timers 25-1 in an intramural softball game at Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, May 15. The Outlaws, still undefeated, have a record of 8-0 after Tuesday’s win, and the Good Timers drop to 3-4. It only took MORE
Volunteer Marines meet, mentor, motivate local students May 14, 2007 — There were two thousand bright yellow, blue, purple and white t-shirts funneling into a high school track field creating a collage of children, but ironically it was the olive-drab t-shirts warn by U.S. Marines that stuck out the most. Marine volunteers from Camp H.M. Smith helped run the Annual Pearl City Complex Track Meet for eight different MORE
U.S., Thai military engineers build school, lay foundation of friendship May 12, 2007 — After months of planning and weeks of construction, 50 Soldiers from the Bellingham, Wash., National Guard, 1st Battalion, 161st Infantry, Combined Arms Brigade and 18 Royal Thai Air Force engineers participated in a dedication and ribbon cutting ceremony held to celebrate the completion of a multi-use facility for school children here. The project MORE

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