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    305th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment      

    Honolulu, HI, US  

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    Recent Images

    EST Training

    EST Training

    10.12.2018 | Photo by Staff Sgt. Edwin Basa
    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii – Soldiers engage targets on a video screen during the Engagement Skills Trainer course at Schofield Barracks during...
    Teamwork

    Teamwork

    11.10.2018 | Photo by Staff Sgt. Edwin Basa
    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii-Gunner, Spc. Stephanie Mendez and assistant gunner, Spc. Juwan West, 658th Regional Support Group, 9th Mission Support...
    Teamwork

    Teamwork

    11.10.2018 | Photo by Staff Sgt. Edwin Basa
    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii-Gunner, Sgt. Angelyn Cayton, and assistant gunner, Sgt. Leiofi Papalili, 797th Engineer Company, 411th Engineer...
    Public Affairs to Public Affairs training

    Public Affairs to Public Affairs training

    06.20.2018 | Courtesy Photo
    SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii - Active Duty Army Public Affairs Non-commissioned Officers from the 28th Public Affairs Detachment, based in Schofield...

    Recent Videos

    Mock Media Ambush

    Mock Media Ambush

    06.15.2018 | Video by Staff Sgt. Edwin Basa
    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska-Sgt. 1st Class Christina Worland, Theater Support Group Detachment Alaska, answers questions in a mock...
    Mock Media Ambush

    Mock Media Ambush

    06.15.2018 | Video by Staff Sgt. Edwin Basa
    JOINT BASE ELMENDORF-RICHARDSON, Alaska -Soldiers simulating media personnel surround emergency response teams during Exercise Rapid Response, the...

    Recent News Stories

    Unit maximizes resources to hone public affairs skills

    06.24.2018 | Story by Maj. Melodie Tafao
    FORT SHAFTER FLATS, Hawaii – There are only 16 Mobile Public Affairs Detachments in the United States Army Reserve and only one in the state of Hawaii – the 305th MPAD. With these limited units and limited personnel, one can imagine the challenges each of them face in receiving quality training to enhance their journalism and broadcast capabilities. However, the 305th MPAD was able to capitalize using on-island organizations to get the...

    Students become professionals for a day

    06.22.2018 | Story by Capt. Katherine Ta
    KAPOLEI, Hawaii – Students at the American Renaissance Academy were treated to one-on-one on-camera interviews with instruction from the 305th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment June 18th. As a college preparatory school with a strong emphasis on the performing arts, the students of the American Renaissance Academy will not only need interviewing skills for college admission, but also for potential interviews as successful artists.

    Recent Audio

    Lt. Col. Oliver

    06.16.2011 | Audio by Capt. Maryjane Porter
    Lt. Col. Oliver, talks to a KTEM-AM reporter in Temple, Texas, about insurgent attacks and counter insurgency, what themes of the Iraq war should...

    Spc. Noriega

    06.09.2011 | Audio by Capt. Maryjane Porter
    Talks to a reporter in Texas from The Monitor about his tour in Iraq, his family, his newborn son, his job as a radio transmitter operator, his...

    Spc. Ricardo Noriega

    06.07.2011 | Audio by Capt. Maryjane Porter
    Spc. Ricardo Noriega, from Mercedes, Texas, talks to a Mid-Valley Town Crier reporter about his duties as a radio transmitter operator deployed to...

    Sgt. 1st Class Luis Alfaro

    05.27.2011 | Courtesy Audio
    Sgt. 1st Class Luis Alfaro, from Cuba, serving with the 36th Infantry Division, out of Austin, Texas, talks to a KWAI (Hawaiian Bulletin Board)...

    Col. Jeff Jerome

    05.27.2011 | Audio by Capt. Maryjane Porter
    Col. Jeff Jerome of Greeley, Colo., talks to a Kansas Public Radio reporter about his current deployment in Basra, Iraq, his past deployments, how...