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  • Pacific leaders attend Yellow Ribbon training

    Airmen benefit from latest Yellow Ribbon event.
  • Reserve and active duty plumbers get the job done

    It's another sunny day on the island of Oahu--84 degrees and no chance of rain. The only problem is a water main has sprung a leak on Kuntz Avenue near the Hickam Shoppette and the street will flood if it's not repaired. No worries for the plumbers of the 647th Civil Engineering Squadron, 647th Air Base Group, 15th Wing here who are joined by two
  • Reservist anchors aweigh into the wild blue yonder

    After graduating from Waianae High School in 1969, he joined the active-duty Navy and soon found himself piloting a boat on a river in Vietnam. Forty-one years later, after many twists and turns of fate, he prepares to take off the uniform of an Air Force Reservist.Tech. Sgt. Louis McCabe, more popularly known by rank and file as "Uncle Louie," has
  • Yellow Ribbon helps re-integrate Hawaii Reservists, families after deployment

    While members of the 624th Civil Engineer Squadron deployed to Afghanistan this past year in support of Operation Enduring Freedom their loved ones were also on a journey of their own learning how to live without them. Along this journey, the Air Force's Yellow Ribbon Program was there at every milestone from the first notification of mobilization