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MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Chantal Labrie, a volunteer mentor and an Ottawa, Canada native, teaches a Lifestyles, Insights, Networking, Knowledge & Skills class in building 244 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 18, 2015. “Right after I took my first class I knew it was something that I would love to get involved with,” Labrie said. Volunteer mentors are needed to teach portions of the L.I.N.K.S. class. No teaching experience is necessary. The L.I.N.K.S. class is just one of Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii’s many programs and services offered aboard MCB Hawaii to sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
Search for the missing L.I.N.K.S.: Volunteer mentors needed
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Chantal Labrie, a volunteer mentor and an Ottawa, Canada native, teaches a Lifestyles, Insights, Networking, Knowledge & Skills class in building 244 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 18, 2015. “Right after I took my first class I knew it was something that I would love to get involved with,” Labrie said. Volunteer mentors are needed to teach portions of the L.I.N.K.S. class. No teaching experience is necessary. The L.I.N.K.S. class is just one of Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii’s many programs and services offered aboard MCB Hawaii to sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — Service members participate in a round of jousting during the 101 Days of Summer Field Meet Unit Challenge held at Riseley Field aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 21, 2015. Hosted by Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii, the field meet was composed of a combat obstacle course, jousting, truck tire flip race, tug of war, 880-meter relay race and big trike relay. The field meet was held to promote health and wellness within the MCB Hawaii community, as well build camaraderie between various units around the base. Service members could earn points in the 101 Days of Summer Program by participating in this event. Events such as this help support the mission of MCCS Hawaii, which is to contribute to the readiness and retention of Marines, Sailors and families aboard MCB Hawaii by providing fitness and recreation programs, as well as business activities in garrison and deployed environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Thomas/Released)
101 Days of Summer: Service members gather for MCCS field meet
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — Service members participate in a round of jousting during the 101 Days of Summer Field Meet Unit Challenge held at Riseley Field aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 21, 2015. Hosted by Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii, the field meet was composed of a combat obstacle course, jousting, truck tire flip race, tug of war, 880-meter relay race and big trike relay. The field meet was held to promote health and wellness within the MCB Hawaii community, as well build camaraderie between various units around the base. Service members could earn points in the 101 Days of Summer Program by participating in this event. Events such as this help support the mission of MCCS Hawaii, which is to contribute to the readiness and retention of Marines, Sailors and families aboard MCB Hawaii by providing fitness and recreation programs, as well as business activities in garrison and deployed environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Thomas/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Chris Phillips, a Marine and Outdoor Recreation Center staff member, poses with the new mobile truck on Aug. 26, 2015 at the Marina. The truck will be available every weekend at Pyramid Rock Beach, offering beach equipment, snacks and beverages for beach goers, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The mission of the Marine Corps Community Services is to provide fitness and recreation programs, Marine and family programs and business activities in garrison and deployed environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Maria Kanai/Released)
Outdoor Recreation Center launches new beach truck
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Chris Phillips, a Marine and Outdoor Recreation Center staff member, poses with the new mobile truck on Aug. 26, 2015 at the Marina. The truck will be available every weekend at Pyramid Rock Beach, offering beach equipment, snacks and beverages for beach goers, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The mission of the Marine Corps Community Services is to provide fitness and recreation programs, Marine and family programs and business activities in garrison and deployed environments. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Maria Kanai/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Members of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band perform “There is Nothing Like a Dame” from the musical “South Pacific” during a concert in their Summer Concert Series at Mololani Community Park, Aug. 21, 2015. The Marines, from left to right, are Sgts. Stephen Novak, an Abilene, Texas native; Darnell Haynes, a Chicago native; Joshua Waldie, a Winchester, Va., native and Michael Gebhart, a Burley, Idaho native. The band hosted three concerts on base at Kaneohe Bay and one at Manana Housing. The band played songs reminiscent of World War II, such as “Songs of Sailor and Sea Suite” by Robert W. Smith. Next week marks the anniversary of Japan’s officially signing the instrument of surrender Sept. 2, 1945, aboard the USS Missouri. Recreational events such as MARFORPAC Band concerts help boost morale aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, furthering the mission, which is to provide better service for the units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released) 


MARFORPAC Band kicks off weekend with musical evening
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Members of the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band perform “There is Nothing Like a Dame” from the musical “South Pacific” during a concert in their Summer Concert Series at Mololani Community Park, Aug. 21, 2015. The Marines, from left to right, are Sgts. Stephen Novak, an Abilene, Texas native; Darnell Haynes, a Chicago native; Joshua Waldie, a Winchester, Va., native and Michael Gebhart, a Burley, Idaho native. The band hosted three concerts on base at Kaneohe Bay and one at Manana Housing. The band played songs reminiscent of World War II, such as “Songs of Sailor and Sea Suite” by Robert W. Smith. Next week marks the anniversary of Japan’s officially signing the instrument of surrender Sept. 2, 1945, aboard the USS Missouri. Recreational events such as MARFORPAC Band concerts help boost morale aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, furthering the mission, which is to provide better service for the units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released) 


U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Lt. William Thompson, the officer in charge with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and Shelbyville, Ky., native, briefs Marines during signal, tactics and maneuver training at Boondocker Training Area aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 24, 2015. The purpose of the training was to prepare the company’s Marines at the squad level, ensuring they are able to efficiently and effectively perform squad attacks and movements. By preparing their Marines for a combat environment, 3rd Bn., 3rd Marines, helps support the mission of MCB Hawaii, which is to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Thomas/Released)
India Co. Marines signal and maneuver
U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Lt. William Thompson, the officer in charge with India Company, 3rd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, and Shelbyville, Ky., native, briefs Marines during signal, tactics and maneuver training at Boondocker Training Area aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 24, 2015. The purpose of the training was to prepare the company’s Marines at the squad level, ensuring they are able to efficiently and effectively perform squad attacks and movements. By preparing their Marines for a combat environment, 3rd Bn., 3rd Marines, helps support the mission of MCB Hawaii, which is to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Harley Thomas/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Kayden McIntyre competes in a water relay during the Cub Scouts Pack 225 annual water roundup and membership event at Riseley Field aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 22, 2015. “They’re a high quality unit,” said Richard Galluzzi, the district executive for the Boy Scouts of America Aloha Council. “I see all the good they do for both the kids (who) are involved and also the community. It makes me happy to come here and see how it benefits the community and the base (to have a Cub Scout pack). I think it’s a big asset.” The cub scouts do many different activities throughout the year, learning new skills, visiting new places and eventually moving up in rank in the Boy Scouts of America. The pack, which meets weekly, has many military children as members. Volunteers from Marine Corps Base Hawaii support the pack and the scouts, which helps the overall mission of the base, to take care of the families aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
Cub Scout Pack 225 to begin new year
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Kayden McIntyre competes in a water relay during the Cub Scouts Pack 225 annual water roundup and membership event at Riseley Field aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 22, 2015. “They’re a high quality unit,” said Richard Galluzzi, the district executive for the Boy Scouts of America Aloha Council. “I see all the good they do for both the kids (who) are involved and also the community. It makes me happy to come here and see how it benefits the community and the base (to have a Cub Scout pack). I think it’s a big asset.” The cub scouts do many different activities throughout the year, learning new skills, visiting new places and eventually moving up in rank in the Boy Scouts of America. The pack, which meets weekly, has many military children as members. Volunteers from Marine Corps Base Hawaii support the pack and the scouts, which helps the overall mission of the base, to take care of the families aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Sgt. Jason Hunter, the training noncommissioned officer in charge of Headquarters Company, 3rd Marine Regiment and a Murrieta, Calif., native, keeps his head low as he low crawls along Fort Hase Beach aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii during Sergeants Course, Aug. 19, 2015. Hunter, along with the other sergeants in the course, were low crawling in a tricky scenario where they were outnumbered four to one, and needed to repair a broken down vehicle. Sergeants Course is a vital part of professional military education for any Marine and helps to maintain the standards amongst the NCOs of the Marine Corps. The course supports MCB Hawaii’s mission, which is to provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Khalil Ross/Released)
Building the backbone of the Corps
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Sgt. Jason Hunter, the training noncommissioned officer in charge of Headquarters Company, 3rd Marine Regiment and a Murrieta, Calif., native, keeps his head low as he low crawls along Fort Hase Beach aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii during Sergeants Course, Aug. 19, 2015. Hunter, along with the other sergeants in the course, were low crawling in a tricky scenario where they were outnumbered four to one, and needed to repair a broken down vehicle. Sergeants Course is a vital part of professional military education for any Marine and helps to maintain the standards amongst the NCOs of the Marine Corps. The course supports MCB Hawaii’s mission, which is to provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Khalil Ross/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Volunteers with the Drug Enforcement Agency, Naval Health Clinic Hawaii and Marine Corps Base Hawaii’s Substance Abuse Counseling Center will be collecting old prescription medication and expired over-the-counter drugs at a drop-off collection site near the Marine Corps Exchange in Mokapu Mall during the National Take-Back Initiative day scheduled Sept. 26, 2015. People with drop-offs can go to the collection site between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to safely dispose their old medicines. The SACC, as a part of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, strives to ensure safety as well as provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Christine Cabalo/Released)
Taking it back: Help prevent prescription abuse
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Volunteers with the Drug Enforcement Agency, Naval Health Clinic Hawaii and Marine Corps Base Hawaii’s Substance Abuse Counseling Center will be collecting old prescription medication and expired over-the-counter drugs at a drop-off collection site near the Marine Corps Exchange in Mokapu Mall during the National Take-Back Initiative day scheduled Sept. 26, 2015. People with drop-offs can go to the collection site between 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to safely dispose their old medicines. The SACC, as a part of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, strives to ensure safety as well as provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Christine Cabalo/Released)
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS - A CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter hovers over a simulated downed aircraft during a joint Downed Aircraft Recovery Team exercise, aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 30, 2015. The exercise was comprised of members from all branches of the United States military. Participating in joint operations directly supports the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii by providing facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brittney Vito/Released)
Joint Downed Aircraft Recovery Team
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS - A CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter hovers over a simulated downed aircraft during a joint Downed Aircraft Recovery Team exercise, aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 30, 2015. The exercise was comprised of members from all branches of the United States military. Participating in joint operations directly supports the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii by providing facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brittney Vito/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - U.S. Marine 1st Sgt. Sigrid Rivera, Service Company first sergeant, Headquarters Battalion, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, earned her fourth-degree black belt at the Staff Noncommissioned Officer Academy aboard MCB Hawaii, July 30, 2015. Earning this rank puts her among the nine fourth-degree black belts currently in the Marine Corps. The mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii is to provide programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brittney Vito/Released)
Female Marine makes MCMAP history
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - U.S. Marine 1st Sgt. Sigrid Rivera, Service Company first sergeant, Headquarters Battalion, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, earned her fourth-degree black belt at the Staff Noncommissioned Officer Academy aboard MCB Hawaii, July 30, 2015. Earning this rank puts her among the nine fourth-degree black belts currently in the Marine Corps. The mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii is to provide programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brittney Vito/Released)
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS - A Marine with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463 sits on the ramp of a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter after completing a portion of a joint Downed Aircraft Recovery Team exercise aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 30, 2015. The exercise was comprised of service members from all branches of the United States military. Participating in joint operations directly supports the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii by providing facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brittney Vito/Released)
Joint Downed Aircraft Recovery Team
MARINE CORPS TRAINING AREA BELLOWS - A Marine with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 463 sits on the ramp of a CH-53E Super Stallion helicopter after completing a portion of a joint Downed Aircraft Recovery Team exercise aboard Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, July 30, 2015. The exercise was comprised of service members from all branches of the United States military. Participating in joint operations directly supports the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii by providing facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Brittney Vito/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Cavan Garland rides the bumper boats with his friends at Tiki Island near Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course during Klipper Summer Bash 7, Aug. 15, 2015. Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii hosted Klipper Summer Bash 7 at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course with a putting and long drive contest, activities, food and entertainment for active duty service members and their families. There were balloon makers, bounce houses, bumper boat rides, mini golf and mini amusement park rides for the children. Live music included Ikena & The Pocket Band, Crimson Apple and The Green. The annual event began in 2009 when the golf course celebrated the completion of its $3 million renovation project. Renovations were done to the pro shop, restaurant, ballroom and driving range. The former Fairways Sports Bar and Grill was renamed Sam Adams Sports Bar and Grill, opening July 29, 2009. Recreational events such as Klipper Summer Bash 7 help boost morale aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, furtherin¬g the mission, which is to provide better service for the units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released) 


MCB Hawaii keeps summer alive with Klipper Summer Bash 7
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Cavan Garland rides the bumper boats with his friends at Tiki Island near Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course during Klipper Summer Bash 7, Aug. 15, 2015. Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii hosted Klipper Summer Bash 7 at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course with a putting and long drive contest, activities, food and entertainment for active duty service members and their families. There were balloon makers, bounce houses, bumper boat rides, mini golf and mini amusement park rides for the children. Live music included Ikena & The Pocket Band, Crimson Apple and The Green. The annual event began in 2009 when the golf course celebrated the completion of its $3 million renovation project. Renovations were done to the pro shop, restaurant, ballroom and driving range. The former Fairways Sports Bar and Grill was renamed Sam Adams Sports Bar and Grill, opening July 29, 2009. Recreational events such as Klipper Summer Bash 7 help boost morale aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, furtherin¬g the mission, which is to provide better service for the units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released) 



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