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  • Tax filing services provided by legal office

    Tax season is just around the bend and in light of the nation's economic recession, any extra money that comes one's way is a welcome sight. That's why the base legal office is ready and willing to help file taxes and file them correctly. According to Capt. Amy Austin, 15 Airlift Wing Chief of Legal Assistance and Preventive Law, failing to file
  • Keiki Fishing Tournament scheduled for June 10

    The 10th annual Friends of Hickam Keiki Fishing Tournament is June 10 from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Ho'omaluhia Park, Kaneohe, Hawaii. This event, open to children ages 5 to 12, is limited to the first 250 children to register and is free to Hickam Air Force Base dependents. All fishing poles, bait, food, prizes, etc. will be provided by Friends
  • Federal Women’s Program

    Members of the Hickam Federal Women's Program (FWP) met at the Hickam Officer's Club on Thursday, 2 Oct 08 to install the new 2009-2010 Board Members. The FWP is a special emphasis program established in 1963 to assist all levels of management in creating an environment that is conducive to the recognition, development, promotion, understanding,
  • Women's Equality Day

    On Wednesday, 20 Aug 08, the Hickam Federal Women's Program sponsored a brown bag luncheon commemorating Women's Equality Day. The guest speaker was Lieutenant Colonel Shirlene Ostrov, Commander, 735th Air Mobility Squadron, Hickam AFB. The equality message she shared with the many guests in attendance was, "Be the change you want to be". As a
  • Double Take: Twins share date of birth, date of rank

    As if being identical twins didn't make it difficult enough to tell the Birchenough brothers apart, their mother felt it necessary to dress them alike. It became so confusing; their kindergarten teacher couldn't tell them apart, so they started to wear name tags. They hated them. They were the only kids in school who had to wear name tags. Now,
  • “Teens Shine at Women's History Month Scholarship Pageant”

    Last Friday night at the O' Club, more than 150 Team Hickam members and guests attended the base's first-ever teen scholarship dinner pageant, sponsored by the Hickam AFB Women's History Month Committee. The theme for this event was "empowering young women of today for tomorrow," according to committee chairperson and organizer Senior Master Sgt.
  • Two Hickam Members Recognized among 30 Heroes by Rotary Club of Pearl Harbor

    Since 2001, the Rotary Club of Pearl Harbor's Heroes has honored members of the local Department of Homeland Security and military for their service to our state and country during an annual luncheon. This year, two of the 30 selected for recognition were two Hickam Airmen; Capt (Chaplain) James Parrish, 15th Airlift Wing Chapel Center, and Staff
  • Mrs. Aiona Tells a Story

    Vivian Aiona (left), wife of Hawaii Lt. Governor Duke Aiona, is joined by Mrs. Irene Torres as she reads to elementary school children at the Hickam Library on Tuesday. Mrs. Aiona's Story Time was the highlight of Red Ribbon Week "Say No to Drugs" activities on base. Her enthusiasm and energy were meant to convey the message that reading is a far
  • A Federal Women’s Program Equality Day

    A Federal Women's Program (FWP) Equality Day Luncheon was held at the Nellis Chapel Annex on Friday, 24 Aug 2007 in celebration of the 85th Anniversary of Women's Equality Day. The special guest speaker was Captain Tamara Duke-Patrick, the current Det 2, 18th SVS (Bellows) Commander. She shared general historical facts, reviewed specific
  • ‘Hi-Ak’tivity for younger Hickam Airmen

    For potentially cash-challenged Senior Airman and below trying to stretch 10 bucks over any amount of time on an Oahu Saturday, their options are limited: Catch a matinee - solo -- and get popcorn and soda -- both small -- or maybe a couple buckets of balls and a Gatorade at a downtown golf course. But for 25 Airmen smart enough to register as soon

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