Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Public Affairs Stone Temple Pilots will headline an Independence Day celebration July 4 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH). Other events include a host of family activities and a reworks show. The celebration is free and open to all military-affiliated common access cardholders and their immediate families and up to five sponsored guests. Tickets are not required for the concert, which is provided by Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) and Armed Forces Entertainment. Were offering a big American-style Independence Day celebration, complete with the largest reworks event on the island, to commemorate our nations birthday, said Capt. Jeff Bernard, Joint Base commander.Two areas for celebratingFor the first time, JBPHH will have a separate keiki area located in the eld between the Navy Exchange Fleet Store, with family activities, apart from the Stone Temple Pilots concert, which will be held at Ward Field, near the Nimitz Gate. The family area opens at 3 p.m. and Ward Field opens at 4 p.m. Both areas close at 9:30 p.m.Important safety and security informationRoad closures and traffic patterns are implemented to enhance the safety and security of all personnel, allowing for free movement between the two venues, as desired. Security restrictions, including limitations on items authorized for entry, will be in effect in the event area: no outside food and beverages (except water); backpacks; professional audio or recording devices, including GoPro-type devices (except small personal cameras and cellphones); purses (other than small clutches); barbecues; personal tents; pets; glass containers and coolers. Reminder: JBPHH is a No Drone Zone! Parking and traf c advisoryNorth Road will be closed between Nimitz Gate and Pier Mike-1 parking area from noon to 9:30 p.m. in both directions. Pearl Harbor Boulevard will be closed between the Fleet Store parking area entry and North Road from noon to 9:30 p.m. in both directions. The entirety of Pearl Harbor Boulevard will be closed from 8:45 to 9:30 p.m. in both directions. Entry to the base is possible through normally operating base gates. Access to the event areas and parking can occur through either Makalapa Gate or Nimitz Gate. Due to the road closures, drivers must be mindful of posted event and parking signs. Drivers must be aware of their surroundings and abide by all rules of the road. Parking can be obtained in any of these areas: D Lot off Paul Hamilton Avenue, Bravo Pier parking lots off Pearl Harbor Boulevard, parking lots surrounding McDonalds and the basketball courts, Mike Pier parking lots off North Road, JBPHH Fitness Center off North Road or any other general use parking areas appropriately marked on the base. For additional information, please visit www. greatlifehawaii.com. Commander, U.S. 3rd Fleet Public Affairs The U.S. 3rd Fleet is hosting the inaugural Rim of the Paci c (RIMPAC) Innovation Fair at Club Pearl on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam through July 1. The fair will comprise 22 exhibitors from five countries that will discuss and demonstrate maritime capabilities and technology. The purpose of the fair is to provide partner nations an opportunity to share with and learn from each other in an unclassified environment, while allowing them to see emerging technologies they could one day use. We hope this fair will give all the RIMPAC participants an opportunity to interact with the innovation community, said Capt. Chris Sund, U.S. Navy assistant chief of staff, requirements, experimentation and innovation. Having the military members from around the world here to test and see new technologies will hopefully inspire them to think about ways they can contribute to their own missions and units. Governmental entities and government-sponsored academic researchers will display, demonstrate and explain capabilities and technologies in the areas of unmanned systems, robotics, data and information exchange, virtual reality, augmented reality and medical technology. Over the years, experimentation and innovation have become increasingly central to the RIMPAC mission. In 2016, experimentation was named a pillar of the exercise, and at-sea experiments were integrated into the of cial schedule of events. The fair will continue on Saturday, June 30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday, July 1 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. RIMPAC is the worlds largest international maritime exercise and provides a unique training opportunity design to foster and sustain cooperative relationship that are critical to ensuring the safety of sea lanes and security on the worlds interconnected oceans. Capable, Adaptive, Partners is the theme of RIMPAC 2018, which is the 26th exercise in the series that began in 1971. Details of RIMPAC activities and imagery are available at http://www.cpf.navy.mil/rimpac. June 29, 2018 www.issuu.com/navyregionhawaii www.hookelenews.com Volume 9 Issue 25 Featuring Stone Temple Pilots See page B-1 RIMPAC underwayRepublic of Indonesia Navy landing dock ship KRI Makassar (590) arrives at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam June 26 in U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Justin R. PachecoUS 3rd Fleet hosts first RIMPAC Innovation Fair4th of July events, traffic, road closures announced Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force photo by PO1 Makoto MaedaFireworks light up the sky behind JS Kirishima (DDG-174) as part of the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Fourth of July celebration during
HOOKELE JBPHH observes LGBT Pride month Airman 1st Class Benjamin Thompson, left, a member of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickams Joint Force Diversity Committee, shares his story during a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Observance Storytellers Panel at Ka Makani Community Center, June 21. Each panel member shared their unique story with the intent to inspire others and open the minds of those around them, and to increase awareness of, and sensitivity to, LGBT issues. U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Justin Pacheco U.S. Navy photo by Shannon R. HaneyTen steel plates from a Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility tank are viewed by members of the Environmental Protection Agency, Hawaii Department of Health, Board of Water Supply and U.S. Navy, June 25. Red Hill update: Coupon plate testing startsNavy Region Hawaii Public Affairs As part of the continu ing Administrative Or der on Consent (AOC) process, the Navy and Defense Logistics Agency invited regulators from the Environmental Pro tection Agency, Hawaii Department of Health, and other stakeholders to an initial viewing June 25 of steel plates called cou pons removed from a Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility tank. Ten separate coupons each about 12 inches square were cut from a tank to be assessed and tested, including for corro sion. Each selected plate had a single hole drilled through it and was in spected to ensure it was safe for removal. This removal was among the first steps to validate that non-destructive scan ning during the current tank clean, inspect, and repair process is as accurate as possible. The coupons were selected as part of col laborative AOC-driven dis cussion between the Navy and the regulators. All of the pieces were chosen based on irregu larities we noted in the scanning process, said Lt. Cmdr. Blake Whittle, fuels director, Fleet Logistics Command Pearl Harbor. We look forward to an indepth study of the samples in coming weeks as part of a nal report. An independent thirdparty lab will compare the physical specications of the removed coupons against measurements provided by several different scanning mechanisms, and a final report will be provided to the Navy and regulators.JBPHH announces RIMPAC base advisoryJoint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Public Affairs The biennial Rim of the Pacic (RIM PAC) exercise began June 27 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH). Twenty-ve nations, 45 ships, ve sub marines, and 25,000 personnel will par ticipate in the exercise. Base personnel, residents and visitors should be aware of the following activities and events: Helicopter operations on Ford Is land: Increased flight activities will take place on the north side of Ford Island near the vicinity of the Ford Island Navy Lodge from July 9 to Aug. 1, daily, during daylight hours. The ights will not interfere with normal activities on Ford Island. Trafc bar riers, road guards, and warning signs will surround the designated land ing zone, but residents and visitors should remain clear of the area for their own safety. Photography: While personal pho tography is allowed in many areas of the base, photography is strictly prohibited at submarine piers, se curity posts, Hickam flightline and other controlled areas. During ship tours, photography may be al lowed in the immediate area where the ship is moored and onboard the ship during the tour as permitted by the ships commanding ofcers. Base camps: JBPHH residents may no tice campsites or laydown areas near Alpha Dock, Honey moon Beach and on Ford Island. These sites support the var ious training events for RIMPAC. Harbor activities: Military swimmer and small boat activities in the harbor are scheduled through out July, but will be well marked for recreational boaters to easily identify. Open ship tours on Saturday, July 7: RIMPAC participants, active duty/ reserve and retired military personnel, common access cardholders and their sponsored guests are welcomed to tour visiting U.S. and foreign ships on July 7 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The tours will not be available to the gen eral public. For safety reasons, guests must be 8 years old or older, independently mo bile and able to walk and climb ladder wells, and wear covered shoes (no heels or slippers). Bags are not allowed, and photography will be limited to the im mediate area and on board the ship during the tour as permitted by the respective ships com manding ofcers. MWR sporting events: Base personnel are invited to watch the numerous sporting and special events sponsored by MWR. Visit Bravo Central located across Bravo Piers 23/24 for up-to-date informa tion. Sporting events include: bas ketball, soccer, volleyball (indoor and sand), softball, tennis, bowling, in door triathlon, bench press contest, strong arm contest, swim meet and golf tournament. There will also be more foreign military personnel walking around the base, dining at restau rants and shopping at the stores. Please drive with caution and look out for pedestrians. All foreign mil itary RIMPAC participants are re quired to have a RIMPAC sticker on their ID card. If you see them wan dering around the base confused or lost, please show some aloha and as sistance when able. For general inquiries on RIMPAC, call (808) 472-5430. For the latest RIMPAC news, visit the official RIMPAC web site, www.cpf.navy.mil/rimpac and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/Ri mofthePacic/. You can also nd information on Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickams Facebook, www.facebook.com/JBPHH.
HOOKELE What are some safety tips for beachgoers this summer?Want to see your command featured in Diverse Views? Got opinions to share? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org Submitted by David D. Underwood Jr. and Ensign Heather Hill On behalf of the men and women of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, welcome to your primary base of operations for the 26th Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) e xercise. As base commander, I am focused on several priorities in support of RIMPAC, chief among them: safety and security aboard our installation. My team and I will do our best to ensure a safe, healthy, clean and secure environment for you. RIMPAC provides unique, relevant and realistic training opportunities, and we want to keep safety frontof-mind at all times. We also want to do everything possible to make our guests feel welcomed and at home. Here at the end of June weve already seen our sports fields filled with friendly soccer games and our fitness centers buzzing with activity. The Navy Exchange and Army-Air Force Exchange welcome all authorized RIMPAC visitors. Next Wednesday, July 4, we will offer a big American-style Independence Day celebration, complete with the largest reworks event on the island, to commemorate our nations birthday. Our team has a huge celebration planned for the 4th, with a musical performance by Stone Temple Pilots and lots of other attractions at Ward Field near Nimitz Gate starting in the late afternoon and going well into the evening. It should be a lot of fun. Sometime in the weeks youre here I hope youll have an opportunity to venture off base where, as you know, we have some of the worlds best beaches and some gorgeous hiking trails. Hawaii is rich in history and culture. Our staff at Morale, Welfare and Recreation can help you choose where to go and how to explore safely. Some areas of our island are safer than others. We advise being informed about where youre going and to always travel with companions. Recent editions of the Hookele our most valued means of communication each week at JBPHH are dedicated to welcoming and informing our RIMPAC guests. Ive asked our Pearl Harbor-Hickam Navy and Air Force ohana (family), as well as our neighbors, to be extra patient in the weeks ahead as we share the aloha with our 25,000 guests here for RIMPAC. We can expect even greater traffic delays, more noise and more distractions. After a decline statewide in 2017, traffic accidents involving pedestrians have spiked upward this year. Please help us prevent injuries by staying aware and defensive on and off base. As long as were all focused on safety and security we can look forward to a safe and enjoyable and successful RIMPAC 2018. Welcome aboard! Capt. Jeff Bernard Commander, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam COMMENTARYAloha! Welcome RIMPAC 2018 partners Tech. Sgt. Magda Sanchez647th Security Forces SquadronFor the children ... have enough sunscreen. The sun can burn very hot, protection against it is important. Also, make sure you have drinkable water. Hydration is key for hot days. Tech. Sgt. Mark Hotta154th WingCheck surf reports to see if there are any advisories. Machinists Mate NonNuclear Submarine Auxiliary 3rd Class David KeenanUSS OlympiaAvoid the rocks when you are doing any water activity. You can easily injure yourself on them. Airman 1st Class Amaree Anderson324th Intelligence SquadronCheck temperature prior to going out and make sure you are hydrating the day before as well while out in the sun. Be mindful of currents and look out for others. Ensign Kay HutchinsonDESRON 1For those who need it, wear sunblock! Cryptologic Technician (Interpretive) 3rd Class Talia MerrillNIOCWhen you go out, know what the water conditions are. The conditions change daily where one day the waves are strong, other days they are not. A working party conducts a removal of ammunition on USS Arizona, July 1, 1942. Members of the working party magazines (in face masks) and on topside (in respirators).U.S. Navy le photo Salvaging mission The appearance of advertising in this newspaper, including inserts or supplements, does not constitute endorsement of the products and services Everything advertised in this paper shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national Commander, Navy Region Hawaii Rear Adm. Brian Fort Commander, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Capt. Jeff Bernard Director, Navy Region Hawaii Public Affairs Agnes Tauyan Communication Strategist Bill Doughty Acting Director, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Public Affairs Dave Duna Hodge Managing Editor Anna General Life & Leisure Editor Kristen Wong Sports Editor Randy Dela Cruz Graphic Artist Michelle Poppler U.S. Navy le photo by MC3 Justin Pacheco
HOOKELEVR-51 welcomes new commanderLt. Cmdr. Jesse Orebaugh Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 51 Public Affairs Cmdr. Matthew L. Abbot relieved Cmdr. Ronald R. Martin as commanding officer of Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 51 (VR-51) during a change of command ceremony June 9 at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. Rear Adm. William Sky Crane, commander, Naval Air Forces Reserve, presented Martin with the Meritorious Service Medal. Capt. Chad Baker, commander, Fleet Logistics Support Wing, was the ceremonys guest speaker and presiding of cer. Abbots previous assignments include Strike Fighter Squadron 115 in Lemoore, California where he completed two full deployment cycles and accumulated over 1,000 flight hours in the F/A-18E; Training Squadron 22 in Kingsville, Texas as an instructor pilot. He was also a flag aide to Commander Carrier Strike Group 9 in Everett, Washington; and Fleet Logistics Support Squadron 57 in San Diego as a selected reservist. For more information, visit https://www. facebook.com/VR51Windjammers. U.S. Marine Corps photo by Sgt. Alex Kouns Submarine Squadron 7 changes handsMC2 Shaun Grif n COMSUBPAC Public Affairs Commander, Submarine Squadron 7 (COMSUBRON 7) held a change of command and retirement ceremony on the historic submarine piers at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, June 22. Capt. Robert Roncska, commanding officer of COMSUBRON 7, was relieved by Capt. Paul Davis. Capt. Dennis Murphy (Ret.) was the guest speaker for the ceremony and praised Roncska for his leadership and years of service to the submarine force. Throughout his career, Bob stood out as a leader who cared most about his people, Murphy said. Bob is special, and the way he is adored by the people who have served with him tells you legions about his character. Murphy also welcomed Davis to Pearl Harbor and expressed his con dence in him as the new commander of COMSUBRON 7. Youre probably wondering how you are going to fill those shoes, Murphy said. But you wouldnt be here today if you hadnt already won the confidence of the submarine force leadership and shown that youre ready to take command of the best squadron in the eet. During the ceremony, Murphy presented Roncska with a Legion of Merit Medal for exceptionally meritorious conduct while serving as COMSUBRON 7 from June 2016 until June 2018. Roncska took time to thank those in attendance and thanked squadron 7s commanding officers for their professionalism and hard work. I could not be more in awe of your numerous accomplishments that directly contributed to our national security, Roncska said. You are our modern day heroes who prevent war through deterrence. Roncska also welcomed Davis to COMSUBRON 7 and expressed his confidence in him as its new commanding of cer. There is no better of cer that could take the squadron 7 conn, Roncska said. I wish you the best of luck and thank you for a great turnover. Davis thanked Roncska for his mentorship over the years and leadership of COMSUBRON 7. Its amazing how many former and current submariners have been impacted by Bob, and I include myself in that number, Davis said. Youve turned over an amazing squadron and have left huge shoes to ll. You are a certied submarine legend. For more news from the Pacific Submarine Force, visit www.csp. navy.mil. U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Michael H. Lee
HOOKELE Below, the guided-missile destroyer USS Sterett (DDG 104), front, steams in formation with Chilean Frigate Almirante Lynch (FF-07), Royal Canadian Navy Halifax-class frigate HMCS Ottawa (FFH 341), French Navy Florealclass frigate FS Prairial (F-731), U.S. Coast Guard Cutter USCGC Bertholf (WMSL-750), the dry cargo and ammunition ship USNS Charles Drew (T-AKE 10) and Royal Canadian Navy commercial container ship NRU U.S. Navy photo by IS1 Steven Robles U.S. Navy photo by MC2 Jessica O. Blackwell U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Holly L. Herline Royal Canadian Navy frigate HMCS Vancouver (FFH 331) enters Pearl Harbor in preparation for the U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Jason Abrams The aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70) enters exercise. U.S. Navy photo by MC3 Jason Isaacs
HOOKELE Reid Tokeshi Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation This years 4th of July Celebration is shaping up to be one of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickams biggest in years. Here are some event details provided by Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR), along with maps to help illustrate the setup. The event is open to all military-affiliated common access cardholders and up to five sponsored guests. This years celebration features two areas a short walk away from each other. Ward Field is once again the site for the concert with the main attraction of Stone Temple Pilots, presented by Armed Forces Entertainment, at 7:30 p.m. Ward Field activities will be from 4 to 9:30 p.m. Leading up to the concert are other attractions and activities, including the Car Show & Shine, roller derby match and demonstration, free games and activities on the eld and onstage giveaways. Those who want to continue the celebration can head right across the street to Club Pearl Complex. Local rock band Elephant will be performing in the Paradise Lounge shortly after the reworks. Admission is free. The area between the Navy Exchange Fleet Store and McDonalds along Pearl Harbor Boulevard caters to families who may opt for a more youth-friendly environment. Free activities include the return of the popular Xpress Train, the Colton Farms Petting Zoo, as well as games on the lawn, airbrush tattoos, balloon twisting and live entertainment. This area will have activities from 3 to 9:30 p.m. Just announced is a giveaway for tickets to the Paw Patrol Live show. Xtreme Fun is also returning, with its eye-catching rides and in atables. This site is also a preferred spot to watch the fireworks display that caps the evening. Audiences in this area will already have their spot claimed to see the colorful climax to the event. Customers can refer to the maps showing the festivities on each side. Its suggested that patrons bring cash with them to avoid lines at the ATMs. MWR organizers want to advise also that due to safety and security considerations, some items are not allowed at the event. Prohibited items include drones, coolers, barbecues, tents and pets (with the exception of service animals). In the Ward Field area, bags and backpacks arent allowed as well as professional recording equipment. For a complete list of the permitted and nonpermitted items and other information, go to www. greatlifehawaii.com. Maps provided by MWR Guests watch a U.S. Navy le photo by MC3 Justin R. Pacheco MWR Marketing photosPhoto courtesy of Armed Forces Entertainment Mc DONALDS
HOOKELETerri Moon Cronk DoD News Despite suffering serious injuries from an attack by a member of the Afghan security forces in 2014, Master Chief Personnel Specialist Raina Hockenberry was determined to avoid a medical retirement and stay on active duty. Hockenberry today is serving on the guided-missile cruiser USS Port Royal at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. She just garnered eight gold medals from her participation early this month in the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games in Colorado, competing in rowing, powerlifting, swimming and cycling. In late October, she also will compete in those four events at the Invictus Games in Sydney. I was severely injured to the point where a medical retirement made sense, she told reporters at the Pentagon yesterday. But I cant imagine not serving in the military. Its part of who we are. Hockenberry and 13 other American service members were injured when an Afghan soldier they were training began shooting at them. She was shot ve times -twice in one of her legs, shattering a tibia, once in the groin and twice in the stomach. She wore a metal brace on her leg for more than a year as she went through a grueling limb-salvage process in an attempt to regrow 6 inches of her tibia.Walter Reed Treatment, RehabThe Purple Heart and Bronze Star recipient was treated and recuperated at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland for 18 months. During her stay there and at her request, her command gave her a laptop to continue working. Being in the military is embedded in us. That laptop made me stop being a patient, and it put the power of being a senior chief back in my identity. It was a big driving force, she said. Hockenberry hopes wounded warriors resilience, despite their injuries and illnesses, shows the wounds of war wont stop them from continuing on active duty and even taking part in such events as the Warrior Games. There are a lot of opportunities for us to be just as good and in some cases better, she said.Another ChanceAll the stars lined up for her return to active duty, she said. People were willing to give me a shot. I kept going, I kept getting better, and I got the opportunity to go back to Afghanistan in 2016, which was huge. I showed that I could function in a combat zone. I got to pass my physical tness assessments, so by hitting those wickets, and people encouraging me to hit those wickets it basically allowed me to come back to full duty. Hockenberry got caught up in the stigma thats still attached to the term wounded warrior, she said. I shied away from that term for the longest time because I didnt want people to think that I wasnt as much as any other Sailor. Now Ive learned to embrace it. The Sailors she competed with at the Warrior Games are amazing people, she said. They have lived through stuff (that) some people didnt think they could come out of the other end, and they did. So the fact that they consider me one of them is such an honor. I dont shy away from the title. For Hockenberry, the bottom line is just because service members have been injured or hurt doesnt mean they cant give their all to serving in the military. If commanding officers and those in higher ranks are willing to give us a shot, I guarantee you theyre going to get their bang for their buck, because we are people ghting to be there. We want to be there, she said. Its a part of who we are. Master Chief Personnel Specialist Raina Hockenberry, from Kalihi, Hawaii, competes in the 50-meter breaststroke swimming competition at the 2018 Department of Defense Warrior Games at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, June 8.U.S. Navy photo by MC1 Marcus L. Stanley UPCOMING EVENTSJoint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Morale, Welfare and Recreation Sailor brings home 8 gold medals Raina Hockenberry
Criminal threatCrime on Oahu has been relatively steady throughout the past decade (does not include military crime statistics). Leadership highly recommends avoiding or exercising caution in Waikiki from midnight to 4 a.m.RobberyDo not leave valuable belongings in vehicles. If so, store them in the vehicles trunk. There is a high rate of vehicle break-ins at tourist areas and beaches, especially rental cars. Also, always have belongings in close view when at the beach. Beware of pickpocketing and purse snatching in Waikiki.Dont drink and driveIn fiscal year 2017, operating a vehicle under the influence of an intoxicant incidents accounted for 79 percent of all military related traf c incidents. The Honolulu Police Department is setting up sobriety checkpoints in random locations around the island, any time/day of the week. Always have a designated driver or catch a cab. Always have a battle-buddy when going to nightclubs and bars. Most Honolulu bars usually close at 2 a.m., while a handful of nightclubs close at 4 a.m. If you are at an establishment that is still open after those hours, leave. Local sensitivity areasShow sensitivity when visiting these areas: Waianae (Leeward Coast north of the Ko Olina Resort); enclaves on the Windward coast (Between Turtle Bay Resort and Kaneohe Bay); and Waimanalo town (residential area surrounding Bellows Air Force Base ).Off-limits locations(COMNAVREG HAWAII NOTICE 1620) located at 45-1117 Kamehameha Hwy, Kaneohe. Multiple other establishments are also prohibited. Check with your command.Points of contact (722-7544) Hawaii Tourism Authority There are a lot of safety issues to keep in mind when visiting a new location, whether youre hiking on a trail or shopping in Waikiki. Driving of drugs or alcohol. your seatbelt fastened. phone or texting while driving. The use of hands-free devices is authorized. intended destination. When going to the beach or sightseeing, take only what you plan to carry with you when you park your vehicle. When you arrive at your destination, lock your vehicle. HOOKELE Stay safe during RIMPAC 2018 (Information from the Na Ala Hele Program with the City and County of Honolulu, at www.hawaiitrails.org. Information also from https://jbphh.greatlifehawaii.com/RIMPAC.) Trail bikingKeep the following potential hazards in mind when biking: and uneven turns ground when wet sharp rocks and declines Biking on base when riders do not pose a hazard to pedestrians. Do not ride on sidewalks within bank, etc.) or on the Mokulele pedestrian overpass. Institute or Snell Memorial Foundation-certi ed bicycle helmets. 30 minutes before sunset to 30 minutes after sunrise) bikers shall be equipped with a white light on the red light on the rear, visible for a distance of at least 500 feet. capable of being heard within at least 100 feet. Sirens and whistles are prohibited. and padlock or bike cable lock to an approved bike rack. area not designated as a traf c lane for the purpose of bypassing a traf c control device, to circumto cross over lanes of traf c unless already legally operating on a sidewalk. Kuntz Avenue overpass or OMalley Boulevard from the Air Mobility Command Terminal Road to the Kuntz Avenue exit. For more information, refer to https://www.hbl.org/bikelaws/#1 or JBPHH Instruction 5560.1. Show sensitivity to Hawaiian culture and local history. waiian sovereignty movements exist overthrow and 1959 statehood).Anti-development sentiment of agricultural lands and countryside (espeMajority of residents are environmental advocates. In addition, the anti-GMO movement still exists in the islands. (Compiled by Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam) MWR Marketing photo If there is an emergency: Hiking tips: Hawaii, but be aware of wild boars. off waterfalls. sites (heiaus). as souvenirs. may contain Leptospirosis bacteria that affects humans and animals. Do not enter fresh water or hike muddy trails with any type of open wound. Clear doesnt always mean clean water.Recommended hiking supplies: age weed growth. Clean boots after hiking.) Before you go: and in good condition Boating and kayaking Morale, Welfare and Recreation for a permit.Going to the beach Kaena Point (strong currents). Do not go to any ocean cliff areas such as Spitting Caves; China Walls, etc. dolphins or humpback whales. All endangered species are protected by federal and state laws. and sharks. before swimming. water. you are having dif culty returning to the beach, signal for help. hitchhiking. bus. Vehicles with protruding side mirrors might strike you. For more information, visit https://www.gohawaii.com/ trip-planning.Walking law and is punishable by a ne of $130 in the state of Hawaii. never when the red hand is blinking. dark outside. http://www.nxtbook.com/nxtbooks/hvcb/ travelsafetytips/index.php#/28
HOOKELEDa Chutes shut out Santa Fe in soccer duelStory and photo by Randy Dela Cruz Sports Editor, Hookele Playing solid defense throughout the game, the Da Chutes from Air Mobility Command turned up their offense in the second half and scored two goals to get past USS Santa Fe (SSN 763), 2-0, June 23 in a Summer Soccer League showdown at Earhart Field, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. In the first half, we were just conserving let them waste their energy, said Da Chutes Staff Sgt. Nick Peapea. In the second half, we turned it up. We were trying to be more aggressive toward the ball, so we were able to develop and get quick plays going. Midway through the first half, it appeared as though Santa Fe got on the scoreboard first, but the officials overturned the goal to keep the game tied at 0-0. The deadlock stood all the way to halftime, but shortly into the second half, it looked like Da Chutes took a 1-0 lead on a quick kick into the goal. However, once again, officials had a different view of the goal and overturned their second score of the game to keep the teams tied at 0-0. Finally, about midway through the second half, Peapea came through and scored a goal that both referees agreed upon for a 1-0 lead. Peapea said that he could see the play develop before him, but in the end, had to hustle to catch up with a loose ball, before tucking it into the goal. Pretty much, we were running down the line on a standard play, Peapea said about how Da Chutes broke the ice. We happened to pass the center line and I thought the ball was going out. But I just sprinted my butt off, saw the opportunity and squeezed (the ball) in there in the lower corner. As the game was nearing its close, Da Chutes got one more score to put the game away for good. The play happened on a perfectly executed corner kick that completely took Santa Fe off-guard. At the end of the game, many of the Da Chute players stated that the win was a testament to their teamwork and was great way to bounce back after suffering their rst loss of the season in the league opener. In the win over Santa Fe, Da Chute regrouped to take advantage of Santa Fes mistakes and used its speed to track down most of the 50-50 balls. In addition, the teams combined effort on defense was lights out, as it took control of the midfield and kept Santa Fe away from the goal. Overall, the teams excellent effort against Santa Fe was visible proof that the team should be able to more than hold its own against the rest of the league. Although the game is only the second of the season, Peapea said that he can see that the team has potential to finish the season high in the leagues standings. From what I see, the team has great potential, Peapea said. The league will now take a break for the Rim of the Pacific exercise, but will resume play as soon as the exercises are over. Players from Da Chutes and Santa Fe battle for header during a Summer Soccer League game.
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