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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian styleGettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style
Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian styleGettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style
Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian styleGettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style
Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian styleGettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style
Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian styleGettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style
Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- Capt. Sharon Tweedy, 15th Airlift Wing executive officer, sticks her way throug hthe mud during the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations team from Hickam wait on participants in the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Gettin' down and dirty, Hawaiian style

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII KANEOHE BAY, Hawaii -- More than 450 six-person teams got down and dirty during the muddiest race of the year at the Marine Corps' 16th Annual Swamp Romp Feb. 20. The Marine Corps Combat Service Support Group 3 and Marine Corps Community Services hosted the five-mile muddy obstacle course known as Oahu's "dirtiest footrace." Some teams dressed for the occasion by putting on their combat boots and strapping them down with duct tape, while others went for a more themed approach. Costumes from jail birds and ninjas to superheroes like Spiderman, Wonder Woman, Super Girl and a group of prom night beauty contestants were not in their best condition at the end of the race. (U.S. Air Force photo/ Staff Sgt. Mike Meares)
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Physician awarded Bronze StarPhysician awarded Bronze Star
Physician awarded Bronze Star

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii -- Capt. Eric Baroni, 15th Airlift Wing Medical Group physician, received the Bronze Star combat award while working as the officer-in-charge of the Troop Medical Clinic, Headquarters 2nd Brigade, 203rd Corps, Forward Operating Base Rushmore, Sharana, Afghanistan and the Embedded Training Medical Officer Mentor for 4th Kandak, 2nd Brigade, 203rd Corps, Afghanistan National Army, while attached to Coalition Joint Task Force Phoenix in the Paktika Eastern province near the Pakistan border from June 11 through Dec. 16, 2009. While deployed to Southwest Asia, Capt. Baroni directly supervised nine junior medics from various services. Under his leadership, he weathered a 300 percent workload increase and treated more than 500 patients. He was directly responsible for the welfare of more than 200 individuals, including aiding more than 70 non-U.S. military patients who otherwise would not have had access to medical care. (U.S. Air Force illustration/Senior Airman Nathan Allen)
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Hickam take off for COPE TIGERHickam take off for COPE TIGER
Hickam take off for COPE TIGER

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Staff Sgt. Jackie Grambusch, 154th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, marshalls a C-17 Hickam Globmaster on its way to Thailand for exercise Cope Tiger here, Feb. 25. Cope Tiger is an annual exercise conducted in Asia-Pacific and includes humanitarioan and civic assistance program. Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, and Royal Thai Air Force and Army will participate in the exercise from 1 Mar. through 12 Mar. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Hickam take off for COPE TIGERHickam take off for COPE TIGER
Hickam take off for COPE TIGER

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Members of the 535th Airlift Squadron board a Hickam C-17 Globemaster before leaving to Thailand for exercise Cope Tiger here, Feb. 25. Cope Tiger is an annual exercise conducted in Asia-Pacific and includes humanitarioan and civic assistance program. Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, and Royal Thai Air Force and Army will participate in the exercise from 1 Mar. through 12 Mar. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Hickam take off for COPE TIGERHickam take off for COPE TIGER
Hickam take off for COPE TIGER

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Michelle Branco,15th Mission Support Squadron personel deployment function chief, briefs airmen a day prior to taking off to Thailand for exercise Cope Tiger here, Feb. 25.Cope Tiger is an annual exercise conducted in Asia-Pacific and includes humanitarioan and civic assistance program. Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, and Royal Thai Air Force and Army will participate in the exercise from 1 Mar. through 12 Mar. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Hickam take off for COPE TIGERHickam take off for COPE TIGER
Hickam take off for COPE TIGER

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Cargo is lined up before it is loaded on to a Hickam C-17 Globemaster in support of exercise Cope Tiger here, Feb. 25. Cope Tiger is an annual exercise conducted in Asia-Pacific and includes humanitarioan and civic assistance program. Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, and Royal Thai Air Force and Army will participate in the exercise from 1 Mar. through 12 Mar. in Tailand. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Hickam take off for COPE TIGER

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Garren Lim and Wayne Miyasato, 15th Logistics Readiness Squadron, line cargo up to be taken to Thailand for exercise Cope Tiger here, Feb. 25. Cope Tiger is an annual exercise conducted in Asia-Pacific and includes humanitarioan and civic assistance program. Aviation and ground units from the U.S. Air Force, Republic of Singapore Air Force, and Royal Thai Air Force and Army will participate in the exercise from 1 Mar. through 12 Mar. in Tailand. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Mahalo FestMahalo Fest
Mahalo Fest

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Jessica Ma, 9, spins the Geico spinning wheel for a chance to earn a prize during Mahalo Fest here, Feb. 26. Mahalo Fest was hosted by the 15th Services Squadron marketing team in support of customer appreciation week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Mahalo FestMahalo Fest
Mahalo Fest

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Kids patiently wait in line for a chance to rock climb during Mahalo fest here, Feb. 26. Mahalo Fest was hosted by the 15th Services Squadron marketing team in support of customer appreciation week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Mahalo FestMahalo Fest
Mahalo Fest

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Kids enjoy a ride in the Turbo Tubs during Mahalo Fest here, Feb. 26. Mahalo Fest was hosted by the 15th Services Squadron marketing team in support of customer appreciation week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Mahalo FestMahalo Fest
Mahalo Fest

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Kailani Balbas attempts to throw a bone through a hole at the bone toss game during Mahalo Fest here, Feb. 26. Mahalo Fest was hosted by the 15th Services Squadron marketing team in support of customer appreciation week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Mahalo FestMahalo Fest
Mahalo Fest

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Joshua Drake, 4, rides the carousel during the Mahalo Fest here, Feb. 26. Mahalo Fest was brought by the 15th Services Squadron marketing team for customer appreciation week. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

Colonel Giovanni K. Tuck, 15th Airlift Wing commander, speaks to Cadet Allen Pearson, Capt. Thomas Wingard, and Cadet Michael Iwashita, University of Hawaii Detatchment 175th Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps, after running in the Great Aloha Run Feb. 15. The run spanned over 8.15 miles which began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

Participants cross a bridge next to Aloha Stadium during the Great Aloha Run Feb. 15. The run spanned over 8.15 miles which began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Cadet Dalin Chhen, a University of Hawaii Detatchment 175 Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps member, runs during the Great Aloha Run Feb. 15. The run spanned over 8.15 miles which began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Participants run during the Great Aloha Run Feb. 15. The run spanned over 8.15 miles which began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Great Aloha Run

Airmen run in formation at the Great Aloha Run Feb. 15. The run began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Allen)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

Airmen run in formation at the Great Aloha Run Feb. 15. The run began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Allen)
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Posted: 2/16/2010

Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

A Honolulu police officer ensures the safety of Great Aloha Run participants as they race toward the finish line Feb. 15. The run began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Allen)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

Soldiers run in formation at the Great Aloha Run Feb. 15. The run began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Allen)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

Participants of the Great Aloha Run race toward the finish line Feb. 15. The run began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Allen)
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Great Aloha RunGreat Aloha Run
Great Aloha Run

Participants of the Great Aloha Run race toward the finish line Feb. 15. The run began at Aloha Tower, finished at Aloha Stadium, and boasted more than 17,000 participants. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Nathan Allen)
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Posted: 2/16/2010

H1N1 vaccine: Come and get itH1N1 vaccine: Come and get it
H1N1 vaccine: Come and get it

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii – Senior Airman Kyle Tomaszewski, 15th Medical Group immunization backup technician, vaccinates Greg Grose, Headquarters Pacific Air Forces bases and units branch chief, with the H1N1 vaccine. The H1N1 vaccine is a Department of Defense required vaccination for all active duty members and DoD civilians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Posted: 2/12/2010

H1N1 vaccine: Come and get itH1N1 vaccine: Come and get it
H1N1 vaccine: Come and get it

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii – Senior Airman Kyle Tomaszewski, 15th Medical Group immunization backup technician, prepares to vaccinate Greg Grose, Headquarters Pacific Air Forces bases and units branch chief, with the H1N1 vaccine. The H1N1 vaccine is a Department of Defense required vaccination for all active duty members and DoD civilians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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H1N1 vaccine: Come and get itH1N1 vaccine: Come and get it
H1N1 vaccine: Come and get it

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii – Staff Sgt. Alria De La Cruz, 15th Medical Group women’s health non-commissioned officer in charge, vaccinates a patient with the H1N1 vaccine. The H1N1 vaccine is a Department of Defense required vaccination for all active duty members and DoD civilians. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Base decals now mandatoryBase decals now mandatory
Base decals now mandatory

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM – Jonathan King, 15th Security Forces Squadron augmentee security officer from T.W. and Company, checks I.D.’s along with decals at the O’Malley gate here, Feb. 10. Car decals became mandatory for anyone entering Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam Feb. 1. To get decals, customers must have a state of Hawaii registration or completed DF-L-27, Hawaii safety inspection certificate (pink or yellow copy), Hawaii insurance card, state or international driver's license and a military/DOD/civilian identification card. Motorcyclists must additionally provide a motorcycle safety course card. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Base decals now mandatory Base decals now mandatory
Base decals now mandatory

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii – Senior Airman Brandon Reed, 15th Security Forces Squadron, administers a base decal to a customer at Pass and I.D. here, Feb. 10. Car decals became mandatory for anyone entering Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Feb. 1. To get decals, customers must have a state of Hawaii registration or completed DF-L-27, Hawaii safety inspection certificate (pink or yellow copy), Hawaii insurance card, state or international driver's license and a military/DOD/civilian identification card. Motorcyclists must additionally provide a motorcycle safety course card. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, HiJOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hi
JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hi

Staff Sergeant Devone Cherry, 15th Security Forces Squadron Pass and Registration Assistant NCO-in-charge, issues a base decal to a customer at Pass and ID here, Feb. 10. Car decals became mandatory for anyone entering Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam Feb. 1. To get decals, customers must have a state of Hawaii registration or completed DF-L-27, Hawaii safety inspection certificate (pink or yellow copy), Hawaii insurance card, state or international driver's license and a Department of Defense identification card. Motorcyclists must additionally provide a motorcycle safety course card.
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Posted: 2/10/2010

Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, AfghanistanBlood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan
Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Staff Sgt. James Chun, 154th Mainenance Squadron creew chief, patiently waits as blood is retrived from his right arm during a blood drive here, Feb. 4. Blood donations made will be used for patients in Haiti, Iraq, and Afghanistan. TAMC projects 30-40 pints of blood for the day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, AfghanistanBlood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan
Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Specialist Christopher Goodman, Tripler Army Medical Center lab technician, retrieves blood from Staff Sgt. James Chun, 154th Maintenance Squadron crew chief during a blood drive here, Feb. 4. Blood donations made will be used for patients in Haiti, Iraq, and Afghanistan. TAMC projects 30-40 pints of blood for the day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, AfghanistanBlood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan
Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Specialist Christopher Goodman, Tripler Army Medical Center lab technician, retrieves blood from a bag during a blood drive here, Feb. 4.Blood donations made will be used for patients in Haiti, Iraq, and Afghanistan. TAMC projects 30-40 pints of blood for the day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, AfghanistanBlood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan
Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Specialist Christopher Goodman, Tripler Army Medical Center lab technician, retrieves blood during a blood donation here, Feb. 4. Blood donations made will be used for patients in Haiti, Iraq, and Afghanistan. TAMC projects 30-40 pints of blood for the day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, AfghanistanBlood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan
Blood donations for Haiti, Iraq, Afghanistan

JOINT BASE PEARL HARBOR HICKAM, Hawaii - Staff Sgt. James Chun, 154th Maintenance Squadron crew chief, sqeezes a ball while pumping blood into a bag during a blood drive here, Feb. 4. Blood donations made will be used for patients in Haiti, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Tripler Army Medical Center projects 30-40 pints of blood for the day. (U.S. Air Force photo/Senior Airman Gustavo Gonzalez)
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