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    101 critical days of summer: Staying safe during...

    05.21.2020 | Story by Seaman Jaimar Carson Bondurant
    Summertime is fast approaching, and service members are kicking off their boots in exchange for flip-flops and enjoying life on the island. However, the threat does not disappear after hanging up the camouflage uniform for the day. It is important to be mindful of operational risk management during leisure activities.

    Stay at Home, Stay Safe, Stay Productive - How...

    The U.S. Navy has ships and submarines patrolling waters across the world 365 days a year deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas, always prepared to combat threats. The Navy’s newest enemy is one that can’t be seen by the naked eye, COVID-19. Due to social distancing guidelines and an effort to minimize contact, Sailors around the world are seeing adjusted work schedules, and in some cases even teleworking.

    Military Child To Rear Admiral

    April has been designated “Month of the Military Child.” This month is set aside for approximately 1.7 million dependent children worldwide who are recognized for their daily sacrifices and the challenges they overcome as military children supporting their service members. Rear Adm. Robert Chadwick II, Commander, Navy Region Hawaii and Commander, Naval Surface Group Middle Pacific, was one of the many military children who filled this role.

    Run Away Social Isolation

    During this time of social isolation, it is more important now than ever that we as Sailors maintain our physical fitness readiness. Regular exercise is about more than maintaining physical fitness standards — physical readiness directly contributes to our emotional and mental health as well.

    A Journey Through Black History in Hawaii

    Although the current African American population is about 2.2% according to the U.S. Census Bureau, African American history in Hawaii is abundant. There have been many notable African Americans in Hawaii that have played a significant part in both Hawaiian history and American history as a whole.