The Kwajalein hourglass

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The Kwajalein hourglass
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Kwajalein hourglass
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Kwajalein Aroll, Marshall Islands
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"U.S. Army Kwajalein Atoll, Republic of the Marshall Islands."

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U.S. Government, Department of Defense, De en-US-en-US partment of the Army or USAG-KA. It is published en-US Saturdays in accordance with Army Regulation en-US 360-1 and using a network printer by Kwajalein en-US Range Services editorial staff.en-US Phone: Defense Switching Network 254-2114;en-US Local phone: 52114en-US Printed circulation: 650en-US Email: en-US usarmy.bucholz.311-sig-cmd.mbx.hourglass@mail.milen-USGarrison Commander...Col. James DeOre Jr.en-US Garrison CSM ............ Sgt. Maj. Todd Shirley en-US en-US Managing Editor . ..................... en-USJordan Vinsonen-US Associate Editor . .............. en-USJessica Dambruchen-US Media Services Specialist ...... Cari Dellingeren-US Media Services Intern .......... Allison Homuthen-USThe Kwajalein Hourglassen-US en-US is named for the en-US insignia of the U.S. Army 7th Infantry Division, en-US which liberated the island from the forces of en-US Imperial Japan on Feb. 4, 1944.en-US The Kwajalein Hourglass is an authorized en-US publication for military personnel, federal emen-US -en-US ployees, contractor workers and their families en-US assigned to U.S. Army Garrison-Kwajalein en-US Atoll. Contents of the Hourglass are not necen-US -en-US By the President of en-USthe United States of Americaen-US A Proclamationen-US Our veterans en-USrepresent the very best of en-US America. They have bravely answered the en-US en-US the world, and they have earned the digen-US -en-US nity that comes with wearing the uniform en-US en-US Day, we honor all Americans who have en-US served in the Army, Navy, Air Force, Maen-US -en-US rines, and Coast Guard, both in times of en-US war and peace. For nearly 100 years, since en-US en-US given us a time to pay due respect to our en-US veterans, who have passed the torch of en-US liberty from one generation to the next.en-US Part of paying our respect means reen-US -en-US committing to our Nation's sacred obligaen-US -en-US tion to care for those who have protected en-US the freedom we often take for granted. en-US I have pledged to provide our service en-US members with the best equipment, reen-US-en-US sources, and support in the worldsupen-US -en-US port that must continue after they return en-US to civilian life as veterans. This is why en-US veterans' healthcare is a top priority for en-US my Administration. I have signed legislaen-US -en-US tion that improves accountability at the en-US en-US en-US -en-US ans Choice Program, which ensures veteren-US -en-US ans continue to receive care in their comen-US -en-US munities from providers they trust. I have en-US also signed legislation to give veterans GI en-US en-US en-US -en-US cess, to ensure veterans can access the en-US resources they are rightly due.en-US en-US than 50 years from the beginning of the en-US en-US -en-US en-US -en-US nomic Cooperation forum. As we discuss en-US ways to improve economic relationships en-US between the United States and Asia in a en-US en-US -en-US ese once fought a war, we are compelled en-US en-US en-US who served here, beginning with those en-US en-US deployment in 1965 and ending with en-US en-US of 1973. These men and women dedien-US -en-US cated themselves, during one of the most en-US challenging periods in our history, to proen-US -en-US moting freedom across the globe. Many en-US spent years away from their loved ones en-US as they endured the burdens of battle and en-US some experienced profound pain and anen-US -en-US guish as their fellow warriors, more than en-US 50,000 of them, lost their lives. Some of en-US these heroes have yet to return home, as en-US 1,253 of America's sons and daughters en-US en-US-en-US namese partners, however, we continue en-US to work to account for them and to bring en-US them home to American soil. We will not en-US rest until that work is done.en-US With respect for, and in recognition of, en-US the contributions our service members en-US have made to the cause of peace and freeen-US-en-US dom around the world, the Congress has en-US en-US -en-US ber 11 of each year shall be set aside as a en-US legal public holiday to honor our Nation's en-US veterans. As Commander in Chief of our en-US heroic Armed Forces, I humbly thank our en-US veterans and their families as we rememen-US-en-US ber and honor their service and their sacen-US -en-US en-US en-US en-US America, do hereby proclaim November en-US en-US all Americans to recognize the fortitude en-US en-US public ceremonies and private thoughts en-US and prayers. I call upon Federal, State, en-US en-US United States and to participate in patrien-US-en-US otic activities in their communities. I call en-US on all Americans, including civic and fraen-US -en-US ternal organizations, places of worship, en-US schools, and communities to support this en-US day with commemorative expressions en-US and programs.en-US en-US -en-US unto set my hand this seventh day of Noen-US -en-US en-US -en-US sand seventeen, and of the Independence en-US of the United States of America the two en-US hundred and forty-second.en-US Donald J. Trumpen-USPRESIDENT TRUMP ISSUES en-USVETERANS DAY PROCLAMATION


U.S. Army photos by Jordan Vinson Roi walk photo en-UScourtesy of Jay en-US Lindereren-USVETERANS HONORED ON KWAJ, ROI U.S. Army Garrison-Kwajalein Atoll en-US Command staff joined en-US installation residents, Navy Seabees and distinguished visitors en-US en-US the Island Memorial Chapel.en-US en-US-en-US imondez highlighted the importance of paying tribute to and en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US en-US in the Bismarck Archipelago, Solomon Islands and other areas. en-US en-US en-US a packed crowd of 350 people during the keynote address of en-US the ceremony.en-US As I looked at the seemingly endless rows of marble headen-US-en-US stones and the many graves since my previous visit, it was a en-US sobering reminder of the price that our service members pay en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US inalienable and universal rights liberty and justice for all, en-US en-US en-US en-US pioneers to those here today. ... To all of you let me say thank en-US you for your service.en-US en-US en-US en-US Marines and Coastguardsmen with a patriotic group walk en-US 1) U.S. Embassy-Majuro en-USDeputy Chief of Mission en-US Katherine Reimondez en-US delivers the keynote en-US address during the en-US 2017 Veterans Day en-US Ceremony on Kwajalein en-US Nov. 11. 2) Members en-US of the Kwajalein Atoll-en-US based Navy Seabees en-US detachment perform a en-US 21-gun salute outside en-US the Island Memorial en-US Chapel. 3) About 350 en-US Kwaj residents and en-US visitors crowd the en-US chapel for the Nov. en-US 11 ceremony. 4) The en-US Kwajalein Jr.-Sr. High en-US School Band performs en-US en-US en-US Coast Guard service en-US songs. 5) Roi residents en-US and friends gather for en-US a group photo during a en-US patriotic Veterans Day en-US walk around Dyess Army en-US 1 2 3 4 5


en-USMARSHALLESE TRADE FAIRen-US en-USCELEBRATES CULTURE Residents en-USen-US Atoll welcomed Marshallese artisans, farmen-US-en-US en-US Annual Marshallese Trade Fair that took en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US-en-US en-US It encourages friendship and understanding en-US en-US en-US en-US Sakaio, in keeping with the ministrys initiaen-US -en-US en-US en-US to produce products representative of the en-US uniqueness of that particular atoll. At this en-US year's fair, besides vendors from Majuro, en-US en-US en-US to promote their products and crafts. en-US en-US out handicraft design trends and met their en-US en-US en-US-en-US chase tasty peppered tuna jerky and fresh en-US en-US New foods and products were also availen-US -en-US able at the MP room from farms on Majuro en-US en-US beauty products produced in the Marshall en-US Islands sold fast. A healthful contingency en-US en-US breadfruit and banana with sweet coconut en-US syrup, suitable for camping or mixing into en-US desserts and main dishes. Central tables in en-US en-US sweet yellow and green bananas. en-US en-US something new and beautiful I didnt see been-US -en-US en-US The small bananas are the best. They taste en-US like strawberries. en-US With atolls and island communities severen-US-en-US al hundred miles apart, meetings such as the en-US Trade Fair feel less like shopping and more en-US like two days of treasure hunting with newen-US -en-US found friends. en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US understand the importance of the fair for the en-US atoll communities. en-US We had lots of Marshallese handicrafts en-US and food available, but more importantly we en-US had an opportunity to understand better the en-US en-US en-US At the fair, signs of that heritage were even-US -en-US en-US


en-USen-US en-US headbands. 3. Tasty sweet bananas were on demand at this year's fair. 4. en-US Woven jewelry and accessories. 5. Uniquely-styped woven handbags. 6. en-US en-US beauty products made with RMI coconut oil. 7. A Kwaj resident checks en-US out jewelry and gifts. 8. Two wuut vendors model their wares. 9. Kyle en-US Miller scopes out woven jewelry and decorative wall hangings in the MP en-US 10 6 9 7 8 festooned with decorations woven in traditional patterns dotted en-USen-US from bright kahiko shirts, to hand fans fringed in orange, blue and en-US scarlet, to jewelry shot through with bands of shells and pearls. en-US Being here is like, amazing, said one shopper with an arm en-US en-US-en-US en. I just met these ladies today. We have a lot in common. We all en-US work; were all mothers. en-US en-US -en-US bled off the head of the shoppers young daughter.en-US Its called wuut, the saleswoman said to the girl. But you are en-US so smart that this one is too small for you." She offered the girl a en-US larger size. en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US en-US and increasing mutual understanding between our community and en-US 1 2 3 4 5


CSM DEMOS FLAG en-US en-USFOR KWAJ GIRL SCOUTSen-USKWAJ STUDENTSen-US en-US HONOR VETERANS Students from en-USen-US en-US-en-US jalein Atoll Command headquarters to thank uniformed en-US en-US preserving peace and U.S. national security Nov. 10. en-US en-US-en-US en-US and a hand-colored banner bearing the command seal of en-US en-US -en-US kens of appreciation and read poems they had composed in en-US honor of veterans to those gathered. en-US The visit to the command coincided with the classs en-US current studies in American history and civic service. en-US en-US approached the work of thankfulness. en-US I was so surprised, said French of the poetry writing. en-US I did not ask the students to write poems. They wrote en-US them on their own.en-US Members of the audience were visibly moved by the en-US display of patriotism and gratitude and applauded the en-US en-US en-US collected the cards and the banner to keep at the Comen-US -en-US en-US en-US -en-US ans in the community to see. en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US "I realized that there is a lot more to being in the military en-US and serving than war and using guns!" said one student.en-US "Friday and last week changed my thinking of what a en-US veteran is, said another student. It made me appreciate en-US what they all have done even more!" en-USU.S. Army photos by Jessica Dambruch Kwajalein Girl Scout Troop 801 en-US, troop leaders and parents visen-US -en-US en-US en-US Todd Shirley Nov. 9. The event introduced the scouts to the prinen-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US tinued, Shirleys questions got tougher. Many scouts learned new en-US en-US en-US and displayed colors. en-US en-US en-US said. My job is to protect it. en-US en-US en-US en-US discussed how to recognize what the varying display of the Amerien-US -en-US en-US en-US -en-US ing backwards, Shirley said. That means the person or airplane en-US wearing the insignia is always moving forward. It means we do not en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US ecuted the task with greater precision and snapped the red white en-US and blue banner into sharp geometry.en-US Shirley helped one young Daisy Scout smooth and tuck the silk en-US en-US en-US Shirley looked into the faces of the scouts. The nurses, doctors, en-US mothers, scientists, artists, teachers and Soldiers of the future en-US gazed back at him. en-US I hope, one day, you all will have the chance to fold one of these, en-US Shirley said. en-US USAG-KA Command Sgt. Maj. Todd Shirley demonstrates proper en-US




1. USAG-KA Command Sgt. Maj. Todd Shirley pauses for a photo with his daughter Sophia at USAG-KA Command headquarters. en-USen-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US U.S. Armed Services. 5. Members of Naval Mobile Construction Battalion0-1 take a group photo with Kwajalein Girl Scout Troop en-US en-US Roi-Namur take part in a symbolic walk around the island in honor of veterans of the U.S. Armed Services. 1 2 6 1


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en-USWEEKLY WEATHER OUTLOOK en-USLUNCHen-US DINNER Sunday en-USSeafood Lasagnaen-US Chicken Stripsen-US Garlic Breaden-USThursdayen-USYankee Pot Roasten-US Teriyaki Coden-US Buttered Peasen-USNov. 25en-USSpaghettien-US Steamed Bitter Melonen-US Sesame Green Beansen-USThursdayen-USBraised Pork Raguten-US Hulushkien-US Wild Rice Pilafen-USFridayen-USChicken Cacciatoreen-US Southern Fried Pork Chopsen-US Squash Casseroleen-USFridayen-USBrunswick Seafood Stewen-US Alfredo Pasta Bakeen-US Stewed Tomatoesen-USMondayen-USItalian Sausageen-US Southern Chickenen-US Yellow Squashen-USWednesdayen-USBeef Pot Pie Casseroleen-US Hawaiian Roasted Porken-US Mango Black Beasnen-USMondayen-USChicken Scarparielloen-US Piggy Mac & Cheeseen-US Vegan Bean Chilien-USSundayen-USChicken & Beef Tacosen-US Soft and Hard Tortillasen-US Spanish Riceen-USTuesdayen-USSzechuan Beefen-US Chicken Lomeinen-US Lumpiaen-USWednesdayen-USSteak Nighten-US Huli Huli Chickenen-US Baked Potatoen-USTuesdayen-USen-US Herb Baked Chickenen-US Corn and Okraen-USNov. 25en-USFlank Steaken-US Smashed Red Potatoesen-US Balsamic Zucchini Captain Louis S. Zamperini Dining Facility en-US*MENU CURRENT AS OF NOV. 17en-USWEATHER DISCUSSION:en-US For the month of November we have en-US en-US en-US again present in the ocean and atmosphere late this year and en-US en-US -en-US erage precipitation at end of year going into a drier dry season en-US with higher trade winds. Sea levels also rise as the higher easten-US-en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US along 8N latitude from western Micronesia to east of the date en-US line. No movement of this feature is expected for the next seven-US -en-US en-US breaks in between, mostly along the southern atoll. Moderate en-US trade winds from 10-15 knots.en-US SATURDAY/SUNDAY/MONDAY FORECAST:en-US en-US 17 knots Saturday with widely scattered showers. Shower coven-US -en-US erage increasing for Sunday and Monday and winds rotating to en-US the east, then southeast at 7-12 knots.en-US MID-WEEK FORECAST: en-USWidely scattered showers mid-week. en-US en-USSexual Harassment/Assault Response and en-US Prevention (SHARP) Contact Informationen-USCW3 Dave Casbarraen-US SHARP Victim Advocateen-US Work: 805 355 3421 Home: 805 355 1731en-US USAG-KA SHARP Pager: 805 355 3243/3242/3241/0100en-US USAG-KA SHARP VA Local Help Line: 805 355 2758en-USDOD en-USSAFE Helpline: 877 995 5247 en-USREPORTING SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY en-US-Date and time activity occurreden-US -Where and what type of activity occurred en-US -Physical description of the people involveden-US -Description of modes ofen-US transportationen-US -Describe what you saw or hearden-US -Provide pictures if you took anyen-USWHO TO REPORT TO en-USLocal law Enforcement en-US and Securityen-US *911en-US *5-4445/4443en-US *usarmy.bucholz.311-sg-en-US cmd.mbx.usag-pmo@mail


en-USter and join us for a night of all things en-US Star Wars, you will! We will have Star en-US Wars games, crafts and a treat! May en-US the Force Be with You! Must be regen-US -en-US istered with CYS to participate. Call en-US 52158 to reserve a spot.en-US en-US moms invited for laser tag, scavenger en-US hunt, food, prizes on Saturday, Nov. 18 en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US -en-US en-US toed shoes required. en-US Turkey Bowling. Saturday, Nov. 18, en-US en-US bowling skills by getting a turkey! en-US en-US en-US en-US your cowbells, drums and tambouen-US-en-US rines to help us drum down the sun! en-US en-US Please join us in saying "Until We Meet en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US bring a dish to share. en-US en-US en-US 19 at 1 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for en-US the cutest pet, ugliest pet, biggest pet, en-US HELP WANTEDen-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US listings for on-Island jobs are posted en-US en-US Dock Security Checkpoint locations; en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US-en-US en-US en-US -en-US ings for off-island contract positions en-US are available at COMMUNITY NOTICESen-US en-US -en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US up as your favorite Star Wars characen-US-en-US smallest pet and best behaved. Water en-US will be provided for your pet. Stop by en-US en-US Merry Monday Sale. Monday, Nov. 20. en-US en-US en-US items for sale. Bake sale-delicious en-US homemade items! Come stuff your en-US en-US en-US the 2017 Turkey Trot 2-mile predicen-US -en-US tion run on Monday, Nov. 20. Show en-US up without watches or electronics at en-US en-US submit an estimated time chit. Winen-US -en-US ners in various categories will receive en-US awards immediately after the last runen-US-en-US en-US en-US All special bakery orders for Thanksen-US -en-US giving weekend must be placed by en-US Wednesday, Nov. 22. No late requests en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Contact Neil Dye or Mike Woundy. en-US en-US -en-US en-US en-US at 7 p.m. Bring your left-over Thanksen-US -en-US en-US 51951.en-US en-US dogs in the dog park. It is mandatory en-US that we pick up after our pups. This en-US helps the mowers. Droppings get en-US stuck in tire treads and create proben-US -en-US lems in the shop when they are stored. en-US Your assistance is appreciated.en-US Contract Closeout Information. Peren-US -en-US sonnel shipments processed through en-US en-US this calendar year. Please note the en-US en-US en-US en-US en-US Transportation of Personal Items via en-US Nov. 25 en-USBeef Stroganoffen-US Egg Noodlesen-US Italian Baked Chickenen-USNov. 25en-USChef's Choice Mahien-US Baked Chickenen-US Macaroni & Cheeseen-USFridayen-USRoast Turkeyen-US Glazed Hamen-US Candied Yamsen-US Sundayen-US Roast Herb Chickenen-US Hamburger Steaken-US Veggie Frittata en-US Thursdayen-US Sloppy Joe Sandwichen-US Roast Chickenen-US en-USThursdayen-USCafe Roi Fried Chickenen-US Roast Porken-US Mashed Potatoesen-USFridayen-USRoast Turkeyen-US Glazed Hamen-US Candied Yamsen-US Mondayen-US Beef Marinaraen-US BBQ Pork Sand.en-US Egg & Cheese Sand.en-US Wednesdayen-US Blackened Chickenen-US Honey Mustard Porken-US Stir-Fry Vegetablesen-USSundayen-USTuna Casseroleen-US Beef Pot Roasten-US Carrotsen-USMondayen-USRoast Chickenen-US BBQ Spareribsen-US Baked Beansen-USTuesdayen-USRoast Herb Pork Loinen-US Oxtail Stewen-US Black Beansen-USWednesdayen-USGrilled Steak Nighten-US Huli Huli Chickenen-US Corn on the Coben-US Tuesdayen-US Dry-Rub Roast Beefen-US Roast Vegetablesen-US Mashed Potatoes LUNCH en-USDINNERen-USCaf Roi en-US*MENU CURRENT AS OF NOV. 17 Interested in a position with en-USDynCorp International LLC en-US (DI)? Please apply aten-US en-US https://jobforms.extranet.en-US Contact Michael Thomas en-US locally with any Questions. en-US After normal work hours en-US 5-2486 or michael.thomas@en-US dyn-intl.comen-US SAFETY/ENVIRONMENTALen-US en-US event, but thereafter is a never-enden-US -en-US ing daily process in which the 5th S, en-US Sustain, means not only sustaining en-US the gains, but also to keep improving en-US workplace organization.en-US en-US Dont transport oversize items at the en-US back of your bike. Items may fall off en-US and injure other riders and pedestrien-US -en-US ans on the road. Secure items with en-US bungee cords or use a trailer.en-US en-US Marshall Islands were highly skilled en-US at navigating the expanse of the Paen-US -en-US en-US arrived with astrolabes, sextants and en-US compasses. Find out more in this en-US en-US en-US Test Your Water Sense! Which of the en-US en-US en-US -en-US ing dishes in a fully loaded automatic en-US dishwasher without pre-rinsing. en-US The answer is B. To waste the least en-US amount of water in the kitchen, operen-US -en-US ate your automatic dishwasher only en-US when its fully loaded. If you dont en-US en-US the sink or a basin instead of running en-US water can save an average of 25 galen-US-en-US lons! M ilitary Mail A ddressed To & From en-US1. APO/FPO/DPO AE ZIPs 090-092 2. APO/FPO/DPO AE ZIP 093 en-US3. APO/FPO/DPO AE ZIPs 094-098 4. APO/FPO/DPO AA ZIP 340 en-US5. APO/FPO/DPO AP ZIPs 962-966en-USUSPS RECOMMENDED HOLIDAY MAILING DATESen-USTo ensure timely delivery of holiday wishes by Dec. 25, the U.S. Postal en-US Service recommends that cards and packages be sent to and from military en-US APO/FPO/DPO addresses overseas no later than the dates listed below.en-US Parcel Airlift Mail en-US Dec. 4en-US Space Availableen-US Nov. 27 en-US USPS Retail Grounden-US Nov. 6en-US First-Class Mailen-US Letters and Cardsen-US Dec. 11en-US Dec. 4en-US Dec. 11en-US Dec. 11en-US Dec. 11en-US Priority Mail en-US Express en-US Military Serviceen-US Dec. 16en-US N/Aen-US Dec. 16en-US Dec. 16en-US Dec. 16 THANKSGIVING MEALTIMES en-USThanksgiving at Zamperini Dinen-US -en-US ing Facility. Friday, Nov. 24 Meal en-US Time for Card Holders: 11 a.m.-en-US 1 p.m. Meal Time for Accompaen-US -en-US nied Families: 12:30 p.m.-3 p.m. en-US Adults: $24.95 Kids aged 11 en-US years and under: $11.95. Chilen-US -en-US dren aged 2 years and under: en-US free. en-US Thanksgiving at Caf Roi. Frien-US -en-US day, Nov. 24. Meal Card Holden-US -en-US ers: Meal Time: 11 a.m.-1 p.m. en-US Adults: $24.95. Kids aged 11 en-US and under: $11.95. Children en-US aged 2 years and under: Free.


en-USwen-USw w en-US.en-USen-USlen-USien-UScen-USken-USren-US.en-UScen-USoen-USmen-US/en-USken-USwen-USaen-USjen-USaen-USlen-USeen-USien-USnen-UShen-USoen-USuen-USren-USgen-USlen-USaen-USsen-USs D en-USen-USWen-USN en-USen-USAen-USDen-US en-USAen-USNen-USDen-US en-USSen-USen-USAen-USen-USen-US en-USen-USGen-US en-USPen-USen-USen-USTen-USen-USSen-US en-USAen-UST RESULTS LAST WEEK en-USNOVEMBER 7 Senior Wildcats def. Serves Up 25-20/25-18 Ace Family def. Net Ninjas 25-21/25-18 Spartans II def. No Name 25-23/25-17 Block Party def. A Motley Crew 2 5-21/19-21/15/13 en-USNOVEMBER 8 Corder def. 2 Legit 2 Hit 25-15/25-22 Block n' Roll def. Sideout 25-14/25-8 Corder Pounder def. Spartans I 25-22/26-24 Good Golly Missed Volley def. The Future 25-18/25-20 en-USNOVEMBER 9 Senior Wildcats def. Ohana Koa 25-23/20-25/15-11 Block Party def. No Name 25-15/26-24 Motley Crew def. Wolf Pak 25-14/25-18 Spartans II def. Block You Like A Hurricane 25-7/25-13 en-US en-US NOVEMBER 10 Sideout def. Block n' Roll 25-17/25-21 Spartans I def. Good Golly Missed Volley 25-12/25-22 We Dig The Beach def. The Future 25-11/25-22 Corder Pounder def. Don't Mess w/da OGs 25-22/25-17 en-USSCHOOL LEAGUE RECORDS Win Loss Sideout 1 2 2 Legit 1 1 Block n' Roll 2 1 Corder 1 1 Senior 2 0 Ohana 0 2 Ace Family 2 0 Serve's Up 0 2 Net Ninjas 1 1 en-USA LEAGUE RECORDS Win Loss Corder Pounder 2 0 We Dig The Beach 1 2 Good Golly 3 1 OG's 0 3 Future 0 3 Spartans 2 1 en-USB LEAGUE RECORDS Win Loss Block Party 3 0 Wolf Pak 0 2 Hurricane 0 2 Motley Crew 2 1 Spartans II 2 0 No Name 0 2 en-USUSAG-KA SPORTSen-USVOLLEYBALL Kwajalein Range Services wants your en-USfeedback on how our programs are en-US going. Take part in ongoing surveys to en-US voice your opinion on everything from en-US the Kwajalein Hourglass and Mongolian en-US Night at Caf Roi, to the Hobby Shop en-US and the Small Boat Marina. Click on the en-US We Want Your Feedback icon on the en-US USAG-KA Web intranet home page and en-US type away.en-US Q: It seems that the Ocean View Club en-US (aka "Snake Pit") has been running out en-US of stock quite often lately. en-US en-US shortage of beer and sodas at the bar, primaren-US -en-US ily due to shipping issues that have prevented en-US these items from arriving when expected. Aden-US -en-US ditionally, the ordering process for these items en-US en-US being worked out.en-US Q: Why has the Richardson Theater en-US been closed?en-US en-US-en-US operable speaker system. New speakers were en-US ordered and have arrived on-island. Installaen-US -en-US tion will be scheduled once new housing for en-US the speakers has been built. We'll update the en-US community as we move forward with this.en-USUNITED CHECK-IN TIMESen-USATI CHECK-IN TIMESen-USMonday, United 1553:30-4:45 p.m.en-US Tuesday, United 15411-11:30 a.m.en-US Wednesday, United 1552:30-3:45 p.m.en-US Thursday, United 15411:30 a.m.-Noon.en-US Friday, United 1553:30-4:45 p.m.en-US Saturday, United 15411-11:30 a.m.en-US Early departuresen-US7:45-8:15 a.m.en-US All other departuresen-US 8-8:30 a.m.en-US en-US -en-US en-US departure times. THUMBS en-USUP THUMBS UP en-USto the residents en-US en-US en-US-en-US shallese Trade Fair, and to the en-US vendors and government repen-US -en-US en-US the Marshall Islands for maken-US -en-US ing this year's event a memoen-US-en-US rable and festive occasion. en-USUSAG-KA HOST NATIONS en-USTHUMBS UPen-US to all the attenden-US -en-US ees of Morgan and Brooke en-US Selzlers birthday party who en-US choose to participate in a en-US beach cleanup activity this past en-US weekend. Several bags of trash en-US were collected on the ocean en-US en-USJASON SELZLER