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Ho'okele
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MARCH 11, 2019 INSIDE: Celebrating Womens History Citadel Protect USS Michael Murphy Change of Command ... more Grace Hopper Celebrating Womens History

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2 A Hui Hou! REAR ADM. BRIAN P. FORTCAPT. JEFF BERNARD AGNES TAUYAN LYDIA ROBERTSON CHUCK ANTHONYANNA GENERALMC1 CORWIN COLBERTERIN HUGGINS MC2 CHARLES OKI STAFF SGT. JASMONET JACKSON HELEN ZUKERAN DAVID UNDERWOOD PHOTO OF THE WEEK 3 Citadel Protect CELEBRATING WOMENS HISTORY 5-9 ContentsGrace Hopper, Girl Rock and 15th MDG Airmen saves USS Michael Murphy change of command 11 10 Joint aeromedical training 4 ATG MIDPAC wins Bainbridge award 12 Community calendar 14 MFSC host hiring event 13 10 4 PMRF wins Environmental Stewardship Award

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2 With the innovation of new technology and the availability of how we live our daily lives. As Hookele moves to the future of digital media, keeping track of the analytics is important to increase the success of the online magazine. late Rear Adm. Amazing Grace Hopper, namesake for the USS Hopper (DDG 70), as we celebrate Womens History Month in March. on the development of the Harvard Mark I computer made by could store numbers and automatically calculate them. She was named in her honor. According to the book Wired for War written by P.W. Singer, all computer instructions were written in binary code. Amazing Grace was part of a team of early pioneers to develop a software known as a compiler, which turned each machines codes into something universal, developing COBOL (Common Business Language), a user friendly programming language that helped revolutionize computer programming. With the development of this language, computers were able to communicate with each other. Following the Mark I was the development of the Mark II, which strangely kept crashing. Amazing Graces computer team eventually found out it was a moth that was trapped inside the computer causing the program glitches. From then on, the glitches have been called bugs. The groundwork of these programs is what we now call the internet. Today, the internet has changed the way we connect to people and communicate by using mobile devices such as smartphones. Flip through the pages of the Hookele bi-weekly online magazine at https://issuu.com/navyregionhawaii or https://www.dvidshub.net/ publication/841/hookele https:// to help increase our readership. https://www.history.navy.mil/.Data and Analytics: Honoring Amazing GraceFrom the Editor page which helped to increase readership. PLATFORM USED # OF PEOPLE REACHED # OF ENGAGEMENTS/IMPRESSIONS (includes likes, comments, shares and clicks) NAVY REGION HAWAII ISSUU 181 TIMES READ 395 TIMES DISPLAYED ONLINE NAVY REGION HAWAII FACEBOOK 5,419 PEOPLE REACHED 282 ENGAGEMENTS JBPHH FACEBOOK 4,017 PEOPLE REACHED 194 ENGAGEMENTS

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3 PROTECT Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) concluded the anti-terrorism/force protection (AT/FP) exercise Citadel Protect, March 8. to train and simultaneously assess mission The exercise focused on command, control and communications for missions requiring a coordinated response from both ashore and land-based threats. I believe that this is the type of training that weve got to have, said Dr. Mike Smith, Region Hawaii. The Sailors that are doing the training arent using the blue dummy guns, they are using their actual service weapons in the environment they are expected to respond to. We are using blank ammunition and the multiple integrated laser engagement system (MILES) which makes it very realistic. If we dont provide this type of training then we arent training our Sailors to be able to respond the way they are supposed to. We owe it to these Sailors to give them the very best training so they know how to do their job when they are called upon. Training evolutions conducted during the exercise included harbor defense training with the use of tactical weapons between two small boats, an active shooter scenario, and small boat attacks on the Ticonderoga-class guided-missile cruiser USS Port Royal (CG 73) and the Los Angeles-class fast-attack CITADEL

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4 Missile Range Facility (PMRF) Barking Sands, Kauai, were Service Environmental Stewardship Flagship Award, Medium Shore Installation class. As sponsor of the Environmental Stewardship Flagship, the Deputy salutes commands engaged in exemplary voluntary community service activities that promote good stewardship of environmental resources. "I am honored that PMRF was recognized for this award and proud of the men and women who helped us earn it, said Capt. PMRF Wins Navy Environmental Stewardship Flagship Award for stewardship is malama to serve, protect and honor. Malama is a PMRF core value. Being good stewards of our environmental, cultural and community resources enables us to be excellent at our ultimate mission, stewardship of our PMRFs role as the worlds largest instrumented training and testing facility includes conducting events in an operationally realistic environment. Prior to each mission, natural and cultural resources are considered and closely evaluated. The PMRF natural resources and environmental teams work closely with more than 20 organizations and programs outside the installation boundaries to engage the local community and ensure protection of the many natural and cultural resources on base. our environmental stewardship of the base and stay engaged with our community, so we are beyond organizations, said Jessi Behnke, PMRFs Installation Environmental Program Director. Support from programs like Save Our Shearwaters, Mitigation Project, the Kauai Endangered Seabird Recovery of forestry and wildlife] among others has helped us strengthen our wildlife recovery, predator control, and seabird conservation Kilo Aina has brought about unique opportunities for students through seasonal intertidal workshops, Ford Island, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam. ATG MIDPAC was recognized for its outstanding contributions in its education and civic responsibility. Giving back to the community has been the cornerstone to success here at ATG MIDPAC, said Senior Chief Culinary community service leaders provided and love to do.is simply a dream come true, he added. The USS Bainbridge Award captures the essence and dedication of ATG MIDPAC Sailors. We take care of our community while simultaneously providing USS Germantown (LSD 42) was chosen as honorable mention for the USS Bainbridge Award for Overall Excellence in Community Service. Sailors at USS Germantown volunteered more than 1,000 hours to a beach cleanup, the Sasebo Shimabara Walk, Department of Defense Schools Science, Technology, ATG MIDPAC named Bainbridge Award winner together to participate in a new Hawaiian learning initiative called trained scientists alike take a traditional Hawaiian approach to monitoring and identifying subtle environmental changes. In a message to the winners, Fleet Readiness and Logistics, said, our relationships with the communities in which we live and work are an essential piece Without the support of those local communities, our ability to service safe and healthy infrastructure for our workforce, and even The Environmental Stewardship Flagship program recognizes commands who are fortifying those vital relationships through restore the natural environment we all share. Environmental Stewardship Flagship Award is recognized of excellence. PMRF stands as the Medium Shore winner.

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5 GRACE HOPPER

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6 assistant in mathematics in 1931, becoming successively, instructor, assistant professor, and associate professor. During Faculty Fellowship and studied 42). In December 1943, she entered Midshipmans School-W at Upon graduation, she was commissioned lieutenant junior grade and ordered to the Bureau of Ordnance Computation Project at Harvard. Here, she large-scale digital computer, from her leave-of-absence Harvard Faculty as a research fellow in Engineering Sciences and Applied Physics at the Computation Laboratory where work continued on the Mark and Ordnance Development Award. In 1949, she joined as senior mathematician the EckertMauchly Computer Corporation in Philadelphia, then building the large-scale electronic computer. She remained with the company as a senior programmer when it was bought by Remington Rand and later merged into the Sperry Corporation. She was appointed systems engineer, director for Programming. She retired from Rand Corporation in December 1971, while on military leave. During the years, she published on software and programming languages. Her interest in applications programming sent her with a strong interest in the development of COBOL. She Committee on the standardization of computer languages. She also Committee. Professor of Engineering at the Moore School of Electrical Engineering of the University of appointed Professorial Lecturer in Management Science at the

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7 George Washington University and served until 1978. Data Processing Management Association selected The American Federation of Information Processing Societies gave her the Harry Goode Memorial Award Corporation initiated the Grace Murray Hopper Award for young computer personnel to be awarded annually by the Association for Computer Machinery. University, and was made a fellow of the Association she received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science from the C. W. Post College of Long Island Academy of Engineering, was presented with the distinguished fellow of the British Computer Society. In 1974, she received the honorary degree, Doctor of Laws, from the University of Pennsylvania at the the Distinguished Member Award of the Washington, D. C. Chapter of the Association from Computer Machinery, and an honorary Doctor of Science from Pratt Institute. In 1979, she received the W. Wallace McDowell Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Society. In 1987, she received the Meritorious Service Award from the University, an honorary Doctor of Science from Arcadia University from Loyola University, Chicago and the Southern Illinois State University and an Honorary Doctor of Public Service from the George Washington University, Washington, D. C. She was a fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, the Data Processing Management Association, the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association, a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and a member of the International Oceanographic Foundation. She maintained her close connection with the lieutenant, lieutenant commander and commander. commander in the retired reserve. She was recalled she was promoted to the rank of Captain on the

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8 On July 8, 1948, Esther McGowin Blake made history and paved the way for all women when she enlisted has been a challenging and rewarding career. Flying is the coolest job ever, said Capt. Teri III instructor pilot. However, there are not a lot of pursue, and I wish more women would understand that this is an option for them. According to the Air Forces Personnel Center, as of Dec. 31, 2018, 20.3 percent of Air Force members are women and 749 are serving as pilots. For those interested in aviation careers, there are several career choices. From air battle managers to navigation, women have excelled in every aspect of Vet GirlsROCK! carebeyond dutyWOUNDED WARRIOR Celebrating Womens Historyaviation. Gender does not limit you, and just look around and see all the women who are doing such extraordinary things, said Boivin. Women are just as smart and just as capable and theres absolutely nothing holding you back from that. the friendship and team building it brings. Having camaraderie with other female veterans is pilot. Its easy to build camaraderie when you have that same background and that same baseline as everyone else. It gives us something to relate to, commiserate and celebrate together. The contributions women have made throughout the years is apparent in all walks of life, and the Air Force is no exception. With the observation of Womens History everyone that not even the sky can limit your potential. Story and photo by Staff Sgt. Nicholas Brown, 15th Wing Public Affairs

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9 PROTECT varied as its Airmen. From bioenvironmental accomplish the mission at home and abroad. For one Airman, her day-to-day job is just one part of the big picture. aerospace medical technician, works hard to ensure the Womens Health Clinic (WHC) operates smoothly. On a typical day, Ill ensure our providers virtual and physical appointments are ready, said Lowell. I prepare the rooms for our patients and if we have procedures scheduled, Ill prep all the instruments. The WHC provides comprehensive patient centered care that focuses on a variety of womens health concerns. Some of the services the WHC provides are birth control consultation and insertion, 15th MDG Airman saves lives, ensures women are mission ready cervical cancer screening, gynecological health, and fertility concerns. by ensuring that all active-duty females are ready to deploy, said Lowell. Which means their womans exam is up-to-date and they dont have any procedures to follow up on. While Lowells current position allows her to care for the needs of women, her training has prepared her to tackle any obstacle she comes across. On February 2018, Lowell responded to an accident that happened outside of the medical group. During the accident, an Airman crossing the street was hit by a vehicle, and was launched into the middle of the street. One of the Airmen I worked alongside in the pediatric clinic witnessed the accident and ran inside to gather our team to respond, said Lowell. I heard from other medics that when accidents occur all of your training just kicks into gear even if youve never experienced anything emergent before, and thats exactly what happened to me. The team worked together at the scene and was able to give the victim the best possible care we could until a higher echelon of care arrived, Lowell said. Lowell works hard taking care of Airmen and their families to ensure they are prepared to complete their missions. In doing so, she commitment, and compassion. in Honolulu twice this March during the Academys spring break. The concerts will feature a variety of music to include patriotic selections, music from Broadway, classics, and several small specialty a cappella ensembles. Both concerts are free each concert. Mens and Womens Glee Clubs. The Mens Glee Club has achieved international prominence as one of the worlds premier mens choruses, and the highlyacclaimed Womens Glee Club is the only all-female military ensemble in the world. Appearances on network television include The Kennedy Centers Honors (CBS),

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10 On Feb. 28, Hawaii Rep. Cedric Gates and Rep. Stacelyn Eli, representatives of the Waianae Coast, recognized the Federal response agencies at the Hawaii State Capitol for their outstanding performance in battling two large, out-of-control, threatened civilian homes, schools, farms, and busiheavy smoke, and added heat from the sun. fore. Floor presentations are used by the House of Representatives as a ceremonial means to recognize individuals or organizations for accomplishments and contributions to the greater good of the community. emergency response organizations. Members of the Waianae Coast community vices to military installations on the island of Oahu. The department has Support Group (RSG) conducted joint aeromedical staging and aerial port training at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) March 3 to build relationships and train for future real-world missions. both en route patient care and staging, and cargo preparation and loading. Understanding our procedures and training on lifesaving techniques sets the foundation and gives our Airmen an opportunity to identify their own strengths and physical limitations, said Master Sgt. Tatiana Aeromedical Staging Squadron (ASTS), a unit environments alongside experienced Airmen, gaining knowledge that can be used while working in austere locations and as part of the U.S. Air Forces Total Force. I go out of my way to ensure the safety of the aircraft and support the medical crews, who are potentially saving lives, said Master Sgt. Timmy Long, a loadmaster with the 313th AS. We train to set up equipment on the plane so the aeromedical evacuation crews can focus on the patient. Immersive training opportunities using a static aircraft, in this case, a U.S. Air Force C-17 Globemaster III aircraft, allowed the teams an opportunity to learn from each other so they can adapt to real-world missions in any setting. Training for any mission, any environment We set up training with our guard and activeduty counterparts to continuously build upon our familiarization with the aircraft, basic litter lifting techniques, and medical readiness, said Tech. medicine service craftsman, and the team leader for this event. There are a lot of moving pieces in aeromedical evacuation situations, so we train to encounter. the 48th Aerial Port Squadron, a unit assigned to the Force training is for him and his counterparts. Its great working with other organizations because it allows us to build relationships and showcase the integration between the guard, reserve and active duty, said Terry. We are an important component of the supply line and deliver critical supplies downrange. We train in order to be able to react to any threat or mission required of us. comprised of nearly 1,900 full and part-time Airmen with the mission of providing quality air power, at home and while deployed. The Air Force Reserves 313th AS from Joint Base Lewis-McChord, provides ready Airmen to support global operations. Reserve Citizen Airmen who specialize in providing the throughput of cargo, passengers, patients, and runway repair worldwide.

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11 MICHAEL MURPHY5THHOLDSCHANGE OF COMMAND mdr. Christopher J. Forch relieved Cmdr. Kevin T. Louis as Murphy (DDG 112) in a ceremony held at Joint Base Pearl HarborHickam March 1. 2017 to December 2018. His previous sea tours include USS Michael Murphy in August 2017. He previously served as the ships honor of a lifetime, said Louis. The responsibility of commanding a naval warship is not an easy job to take on, but it is exciting, for over 300 Sailors. While in command, Louis led the ship and her 300-plus crew Group One (CSG 1) sustainment training exercise, Portland Rose away from homeport. Further, he oversaw the completion of the ships Ready-for-Sea community and public relations events. Michael Murphys high operational tempo has kept us all busy over the last three years, said Louis. Despite this, the crew consistently overcomes every challenge thrown at them, demonstrates a high level of tactical and professional excellence, and continues to uphold the legacy of the ships namesake with pride. I am grateful for their hard work and dedication and for the opportunity to have been a part of the USS Michael Murphy team. C

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12 Engineers Week Feb. 17-23 at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam by recognizing in our world and increase public dialogue about the need for engineers. This years theme is Engineers: Invent Amazing. of the military commands they support. security environment, a return to great power competition, he said. The berths to secure sources of energy and more. Who better than our engineers to meet that challenge? area of responsibility encompasses 13 time zones, 30 countries, and delivery of more than $3 billion each year of naval shore facilities, base operating support, of Hawaii Manoas Campus Center Ballroom. Diverse VIEWS March is Womens History Month. Who do you think is the most in uential woman in history and why?Submitted by Helen Zukeran and David D. Underwood, Jr. Stephanie Chun NAVFAC Hawaii Oprah Winfrey. Her empathy and authenticity allows her to relate and connect with people. As a philanthropist, media mogul and best-selling Collection Cryptologic Technician Seth BahamNIOC Hawaii Rosa Parks. She created ripples through history because of what she believed in and stood up for what was right. Chief Master Sgt. Nicholas Brock 154th Operations Support Squadron Eleanor Roosevelt, often called The First Lady of the World. Her contributions to human rights in a world at war continue having positive Master Sgt. Tonya Poole, First Sgt. 613th Air Operations Center tude inspired many people around the world to be kind and help others.

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13 The Military and Family Support Center (MFSC) Pearl Harbor held a hiring event for service members, veterans and military spouses at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH), Feb. 22. More than 200 job seekers were in attendance and some were given the opportunity to interview with public and private sector. Fran Salas, volunteer and employment specialist at MFSC, said they host big hiring events like this twice a year. employers to participate in this big hiring event but because we wanted to go small, we had 38 employers participate. The atmosphere was in a classroom setting, lined with tables showcasing various employers in three Information Technology (IT) Specialist 2nd volunteered for the event and also plans to transition from military life to the civilian world in a couple of years. Coming to the hiring event really helped me to at least start a network and to get my feet a little wet in the civilian side, said Trantum. With my job opportunities are out there for ITs, I got lucky. Its a good industry to be in and everyone needs ITs, I guess thats the beauty of it. In addition to transitioning service members and spouses, retired service members, veterans and Department of Defense (DoD) civilians were also welcomed to attend the hiring event. Sharee Evans, a military spouse, a veteran and a DoD civilian, said that she heard about the hiring event and wanted to see what opportunities were available. I just wanted to see what was going on here and to see what opportunities they had for me. This hiring event helps by communicating with people and trying to get good contacts, Evans said. Salas said usually their main priority is to help service members who are about to separate from the military or about to retire. In the military, transition is when you are separating from the military. We help transitioning service members explore how a job in the military translates to a job in the civilian world by helping them adjust in the situation, Salas said. because we are a joint base, we do open the doors to other branches. We also always welcome our retirees and veterans too. The next hiring fair is scheduled for May 23. For more information about MFSC at JBPHH, visit https://jbphh. greatlifehawaii.com/support/military-family-support-center MFSC for transitioning

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Sharkey TheaterThursday, March 14:7 p.m. What Men Want (R)Friday, March 15:Saturday, March 16:2:30 p.m. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) Sunday, March 17:1:30 p.m. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (3D) (PG) 6:20 p.m. What Men Want (R)Thursday, March 21:Friday, March 22: Ford Island Bridge Run RegistrationNOW Register for the 22nd annual Ford Island Bridge Run scheduled April 6. This is a 10K event beginning and ending at Ford Island. Cost is $25 for Department of Defense ID cardholders and $30 for the public. For more Autoport Courtesy ServiceOngoing The Pearl Harbor Navy Exchange (NEX) Autoport, located on the Spring Craft Fair Registration A-OK ProgramOngoing Bring your childs most recent report card to the Pearl Harbor NEX to register for the Project A-OK Program. Your child could win a monetary 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament Registration Creative Writing Contest North Channel Swim ChallengeMonth of March Swim the distance of the North Channel 22 miles or 35 Federal Employment 101 Bench Press Competition from 7 a.m. to noon at the Wahiawa Annex Fitness Center. Awards will Interpersonal SkillsMarch 12 Master the art of people skills and maximize the impact of your Tranquil Seas: Mindfulness and Self-Care Golf Clinics King of the Hill Bowling Tournament #WEOWNFRIDAYMarch 16 Learn about therapy dogs at the Teen Center from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Trainers from the Tripler Human Animal Bond Program will be at the event to Boot Camp for New DadsMarch 16 Join veteran dads (and their babies) to learn how they made it at St. Pattys Day Celebration Salsa DancingMarch 16 Come to the Country Bar for a hot night of dancing every Saturday from 8:30 to 10 p.m. This is a free event and is open to ages 18 and older. For Stop Bullying Intramural Softball League Coaches Meeting New Moms and DadsMarch 20 New and soon-to-be parents (or those who are thinking about joys of being parents. This session will be held at the Hickam MFSC from 474-1999 or register at family-support-center Hickam Memorial TheaterThursday, March 14:6:30 p.m. What Men Want (R)Friday, March 15:7 p.m. Happy Death Day 2 U (PG-13)Saturday, March 16:3 p.m. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) Sunday, March 17:2 p.m. The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part (PG) Thursday, March 21:6:30 p.m. Happy Death Day 2 U (PG-13)Friday, March 22:6:30 p.m. What Men Want (R)Saturday, March 23: Sunday, March 242 p.m. The Lego Movie 2 (PG) 14