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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 - 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 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 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) 


MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - (Left to right): Ariel Hernandez, 11, Cascade Johnson, 13, Grace Ritz, 12, and Malia Alana, 11, work on tuck jumps during their K-Bay Gymnastics practice, Aug. 10, 2015. They are training to compete with the Rainbow Gymnastics Academy at the Kick-Off Meet, Aug. 31. K-Bay Gymnastics is part of Marine Corps Community Services, an organization which aims to contribute to the readiness and retention of Marines, Sailors and family members aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii by providing 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)
K-Bay Gymnastics train for Kick-Off Meet
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - (Left to right): Ariel Hernandez, 11, Cascade Johnson, 13, Grace Ritz, 12, and Malia Alana, 11, work on tuck jumps during their K-Bay Gymnastics practice, Aug. 10, 2015. They are training to compete with the Rainbow Gymnastics Academy at the Kick-Off Meet, Aug. 31. K-Bay Gymnastics is part of Marine Corps Community Services, an organization which aims to contribute to the readiness and retention of Marines, Sailors and family members aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii by providing 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 - Petty Officer 1st Class Daniel Coggins, an aviation ordnanceman at the Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 and a Monte Rio, Calif. native, sends the volleyball over the net for the “Smokin’ Aces,” in a sand volleyball game at Riseley Field, Aug. 11, 2015. The last day of the 101 Days of Summer Sand Volleyball Tournament took place the next day, Aug. 12 between the “Stepdads” and the “V-Ballers.” The “Stepdads” won the final match at 25 points, making them champions of the tournament. The tournament was part of the 101 Days of Summer Program, which provide various events throughout the summer for service members at MCB Hawaii to promote competition between units and responsible alcohol consumption and eliminate drug abuse. Service members could earn points for their unit by participating in this and the other program activities. The three highest-earning large and small units at the end of the summer will receive prize money toward their unit’s discretionary fund. The mission of MCB Hawaii is to provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Maria Kanai/Released)
Ready, set … spike!
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Petty Officer 1st Class Daniel Coggins, an aviation ordnanceman at the Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 and a Monte Rio, Calif. native, sends the volleyball over the net for the “Smokin’ Aces,” in a sand volleyball game at Riseley Field, Aug. 11, 2015. The last day of the 101 Days of Summer Sand Volleyball Tournament took place the next day, Aug. 12 between the “Stepdads” and the “V-Ballers.” The “Stepdads” won the final match at 25 points, making them champions of the tournament. The tournament was part of the 101 Days of Summer Program, which provide various events throughout the summer for service members at MCB Hawaii to promote competition between units and responsible alcohol consumption and eliminate drug abuse. Service members could earn points for their unit by participating in this and the other program activities. The three highest-earning large and small units at the end of the summer will receive prize money toward their unit’s discretionary fund. The mission of MCB Hawaii is to provide facilities, programs and services in direct support of units, individuals and families in order to sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Maria Kanai/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - The three competing food service specialists in the Chef of the Quarter competition stand at parade rest in front of their meal presentations aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 12, 2015. The three competitors were Cpl. Derrick Goodman, of Philadelphia, Lance Cpl. Alejandro Cruz, of Northridge, Calif., and Lance Cpl. Hector Munguia, of Mesa, Ariz. The competitors were required to pass a written examination, stand before a board of food service staff noncommissioned officers and each prepare a meal, following an armed forces recipe with the chosen theme of the quarter; Latin American cuisine. Affording opportunities for competitions like Chef of the Quarter allows Marines to hone their skill and further the larger mission of MCB Hawaii, which is to provide better service for the units, individuals and families in order to sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
Hawaii-based Marines compete in culinary competition
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - The three competing food service specialists in the Chef of the Quarter competition stand at parade rest in front of their meal presentations aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 12, 2015. The three competitors were Cpl. Derrick Goodman, of Philadelphia, Lance Cpl. Alejandro Cruz, of Northridge, Calif., and Lance Cpl. Hector Munguia, of Mesa, Ariz. The competitors were required to pass a written examination, stand before a board of food service staff noncommissioned officers and each prepare a meal, following an armed forces recipe with the chosen theme of the quarter; Latin American cuisine. Affording opportunities for competitions like Chef of the Quarter allows Marines to hone their skill and further the larger mission of MCB Hawaii, which is to provide better service for the units, individuals and families in order 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 - U.S. Marine Pfc. Karla Iannicelli, a personal property clerk with the base Distribution Management Office and a Fort Lauderdale, Fla. native, groups "new car" and "retirement" as two long-term saving goals at a Financial Bootcamp workshop held by the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society at the base Regional Contracting Office Aug. 4, 2015. The workshops help NMCRS to provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational and other need-based assistance to active duty service members as well as retired Sailors and Marines, their eligible family members and survivors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Maria Kanai/Released)
Work out your money skills at Financial Bootcamp
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - U.S. Marine Pfc. Karla Iannicelli, a personal property clerk with the base Distribution Management Office and a Fort Lauderdale, Fla. native, groups "new car" and "retirement" as two long-term saving goals at a Financial Bootcamp workshop held by the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society at the base Regional Contracting Office Aug. 4, 2015. The workshops help NMCRS to provide, in partnership with the Navy and Marine Corps, financial, educational and other need-based assistance to active duty service members as well as retired Sailors and Marines, their eligible family members and survivors. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Maria Kanai/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - U.S. Marine Cpl. Jon Bostick, an avionics technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 and a Saginaw, Mich., native, prepares to drive his ball down the green during the Shank & Slice Golf Tournament at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course, Aug. 7, 2015. Coordinated by the Single Marine & Sailor Program, the four-man scramble competition was open to all hands, and Marine Corps Base Hawaii service members could earn points toward the 101 Days of Summer Program by participating. The tournament is one of the many activities provided by Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii, which ultimately supports the mission of MCCS, as well as the base, which is to provide facilities, programs and services for its units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
SM&SP hosts Shank & Slice
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - U.S. Marine Cpl. Jon Bostick, an avionics technician with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24 and a Saginaw, Mich., native, prepares to drive his ball down the green during the Shank & Slice Golf Tournament at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course, Aug. 7, 2015. Coordinated by the Single Marine & Sailor Program, the four-man scramble competition was open to all hands, and Marine Corps Base Hawaii service members could earn points toward the 101 Days of Summer Program by participating. The tournament is one of the many activities provided by Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii, which ultimately supports the mission of MCCS, as well as the base, which is to provide facilities, programs and services for its units, individuals and families in order to enhance and sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Special guests and Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii staff pose for a photo after an awards presentation at Kahuna’s Sports Bar and Grill, Aug. 6, 2015. Col. Sean C. Killeen, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, presented 2014 Food and Hospitality Excellence Awards to representatives from 13 MCCS Hawaii services. More than 60 facilities across the Corps sent nominations to Headquarters Marine Corps for the excellence awards. MCB Hawaii nominated and was awarded for all 13 services. In addition, Kahuna’s was named Club of the Year for 2014, and Camp H.M. Smith’s Aloha Kitchen was given “Honorable Mention” as the runner up for Food and Beverage Facility of the Year. Providing excellent service is the mission of MCCS, which directly supports 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)
CS Hawaii celebrates food, hospitality awards
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Special guests and Marine Corps Community Services Hawaii staff pose for a photo after an awards presentation at Kahuna’s Sports Bar and Grill, Aug. 6, 2015. Col. Sean C. Killeen, the commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, presented 2014 Food and Hospitality Excellence Awards to representatives from 13 MCCS Hawaii services. More than 60 facilities across the Corps sent nominations to Headquarters Marine Corps for the excellence awards. MCB Hawaii nominated and was awarded for all 13 services. In addition, Kahuna’s was named Club of the Year for 2014, and Camp H.M. Smith’s Aloha Kitchen was given “Honorable Mention” as the runner up for Food and Beverage Facility of the Year. Providing excellent service is the mission of MCCS, which directly supports 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)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — Steven Foster, the race coordinator for the Keiki Tradewind Triathlon, instructs participants on the race course in front of Hangar 101 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 8, 2015. Foster, of Ewa Beach, Hawaii, said the Keiki Tradewind Triathlon was an initiative of the Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay commanding officer four years ago. The Keiki Tradewind Triathlon consisted of a 100-meter swim, 3-mile bike ride and 0.8-mile run for the 7 to 10-year-old age division, and a 200-meter swim, 6-mile bike ride and 1.2-mile run for 11 to 14-year-old age division. The triathlon, a part of the Commanding Officer’s Fitness Series, furthers MCB Hawaii’s mission, which is to provide facilities, programs and services to sustain combat readiness for all operating forces and tenant organizations aboard the installation. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong/Released)
Keiki take on MCB Hawaii triathlon
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — Steven Foster, the race coordinator for the Keiki Tradewind Triathlon, instructs participants on the race course in front of Hangar 101 aboard Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Aug. 8, 2015. Foster, of Ewa Beach, Hawaii, said the Keiki Tradewind Triathlon was an initiative of the Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay commanding officer four years ago. The Keiki Tradewind Triathlon consisted of a 100-meter swim, 3-mile bike ride and 0.8-mile run for the 7 to 10-year-old age division, and a 200-meter swim, 6-mile bike ride and 1.2-mile run for 11 to 14-year-old age division. The triathlon, a part of the Commanding Officer’s Fitness Series, furthers MCB Hawaii’s mission, which is to provide facilities, programs and services 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 - A Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 3 holds his helmet while waiting for the motorcycle club’s safety brief to start, July 30, 2015. The 126-mile ride satisfied the motorcycle riding time requirements and allowed the Motorcycle Mentorship Program president the opportunity to evaluate the battalion’s motorcycle riders. Sustainment training like this furthers the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, which is to 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 Cpl. Khalil Ross)
Marines mount up
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - A Marine with Combat Logistics Battalion 3 holds his helmet while waiting for the motorcycle club’s safety brief to start, July 30, 2015. The 126-mile ride satisfied the motorcycle riding time requirements and allowed the Motorcycle Mentorship Program president the opportunity to evaluate the battalion’s motorcycle riders. Sustainment training like this furthers the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, which is to 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 Cpl. Khalil Ross)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Motorcycles are lined up in a staggered pattern before the Combat logistic Battalion 3 motorcycle club ride, July 30, 2015.  The 126-mile ride satisfied the motorcycle riding time requirements and allowed the Motorcycle Mentorship Program president the opportunity to evaluate the battalion’s motorcycle riders. Sustainment training like this furthers the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, which is to 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 Cpl. Khalil Ross)
Marines mount up
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Motorcycles are lined up in a staggered pattern before the Combat logistic Battalion 3 motorcycle club ride, July 30, 2015. The 126-mile ride satisfied the motorcycle riding time requirements and allowed the Motorcycle Mentorship Program president the opportunity to evaluate the battalion’s motorcycle riders. Sustainment training like this furthers the mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, which is to 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 Cpl. Khalil Ross)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Lance Cpl. William Hickman, an accident investigator with the Provost Marshal’s Office, sights down his M1014 shotgun during a practice shoot for the practical weapons course, July 22, 2015, at Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility. During the practice, shooters fired from the standing, kneeling and hip-fire position with the shotgun. The 140-acre range provides facilities for small arms marksmanship training, qualification, and requalification.  In addition to Marine Corps Base Hawaii Marines, the range is used by members of the Department of Defense, local law enforcement, and federal organizations. The mission of MCB Hawaii 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 Cpl. Khalil Ross/Released)
PMO slings shotgun shells
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Lance Cpl. William Hickman, an accident investigator with the Provost Marshal’s Office, sights down his M1014 shotgun during a practice shoot for the practical weapons course, July 22, 2015, at Kaneohe Bay Range Training Facility. During the practice, shooters fired from the standing, kneeling and hip-fire position with the shotgun. The 140-acre range provides facilities for small arms marksmanship training, qualification, and requalification. In addition to Marine Corps Base Hawaii Marines, the range is used by members of the Department of Defense, local law enforcement, and federal organizations. The mission of MCB Hawaii 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 Cpl. Khalil Ross/Released)
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Staff Sgt. Falasha Nepaulsingh (left), a combustion management device staff noncommissioned officer in charge at Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24, and a Las Vegas native, celebrates with her daughter, 4-year-old Nahla, in Hangar 375, Aug. 1, 2015. The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawaii and MALS-24 hosted a party to announce that Nahla’s wish was granted, and she and her family will be going to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., in September. The Marines, Sailors and families played in makeshift snow and enjoyed refreshments during the celebration. Nahla was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in September 2014. The Nepaulsingh family also raised money for the American Cancer Society while participating in the Relay for Life of Windward Oahu event at Kailua High School, July 11. The mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii is to 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 Kristen Wong/Released)
MALS-24 'princess' leads celebration
MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII - Staff Sgt. Falasha Nepaulsingh (left), a combustion management device staff noncommissioned officer in charge at Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 24, and a Las Vegas native, celebrates with her daughter, 4-year-old Nahla, in Hangar 375, Aug. 1, 2015. The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Hawaii and MALS-24 hosted a party to announce that Nahla’s wish was granted, and she and her family will be going to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., in September. The Marines, Sailors and families played in makeshift snow and enjoyed refreshments during the celebration. Nahla was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in September 2014. The Nepaulsingh family also raised money for the American Cancer Society while participating in the Relay for Life of Windward Oahu event at Kailua High School, July 11. The mission of Marine Corps Base Hawaii is to 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 Kristen Wong/Released)

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