Story by MAJ Melodie Tafao on 06/27/2018
The 305th MPAD conducted annual training from June 11-24 to enhance media training, photo-journalism and broadcast skills, while networking with various organizations throughout the island, including the 9th Mission Support Command, Theatre Support Group, American Renaissance Academy, Daniel K. Inouye Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies, and the 28th Public Affairs Detachment.
Story by CPT Linda Gerron on 06/19/2018
The Reserve detachment will provide theater mortuary support for U.S. military, civilian, and allied personnel within the U.S. Central Command area of responsibility during a six-month rotational deployment.
Story by 1SG Crista Mack on 05/25/2018
Pacific Army Reserve Soldiers, Civilians and Family of the 9th Mission Support Command were encouraged May 22 at the Fort Shafter Assembly Hall by the Army family story of Col. (Ret) Kimo Dunn, former commander of the 100th Battalion, 442nd Infantry Regiment and today serving as a civilian Deputy Operations for 9th Mission Support Command, at the command's official Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month observance.
Story by 1SG Crista Mack on 05/07/2018
"This program is part of our continued commitment to the Soldiers and families as Soldiers are still placed in harms' way and we shape and assist and provide support to the families during their service members' separation," said Jon Lee, 9th MSC Command Executive Officer and a key presenter at the event. "Our family members sacrifice so that our Soldiers can serve, and we are part of their Army Reserve family, here to help them through.
Story by 1SG Crista Mack on 04/26/2018
And only then was it time to cut the cake.
"After working hard on improving our readiness, sometimes we have to dig in our heels and play hard," Lt. Col. Charles Moulton, Assistant Chief of Staff, 9th Mission Support Command, said.
Story by SSG James Kennedy Benjamin on 03/14/2018FORT SHAFTER FLATS, Hawaii Many people who were in Hawaii Jan. 13, 2018, thought it was going to be their last day to live. For more than half an hour after an inbound ballistic missile alert was issued, many residents and visitors to the tropical paradise were in a state of panic.