Story by SSG Edwin Basa on 08/22/2018
"As public affairs officers, we can't go to every single unit, every single event, so, the UPARs will get down to the unit level, squad, company level, battalion level and get that story and be able to, with our assistance, get that story out, be able to publish and produce their story, their event" said Maj. Melodie Tafao, the 305th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment Commander.
Story by CPT Linda Gerron on 07/24/2018
The celebration also recognized the completion of a stained glass by Michelle Caron, a local artist who was awarded the contract to design and construct the window in 2017, which now adorns the sole window of the Ke Alaula Prayer Room in building 1550, room A240.
Story by 1SG Crista Mack on 07/22/2018
The TSG- P is the most geographically dispersed U.S. Army Reserve command, with detachments in American Samoa, the Marianas, to include the islands of Saipan and Guam, a detachment in Alaska, and headquartered in Hawaii.
Story by CPT Linda Gerron on 07/16/2018
Kim, a highly decorated Soldier who was assigned, in 1943, to the 100th Infantry Battalion, 442nd Regimental Combat Team, is well known for his courageous participation in the Battle of Anzio after he volunteered to crawl into no-man's land in Germany and captured two Germans whose information later helped with the liberation of Rome on June 4, 1944.
Brigadier General Stephen K. Curda
Brigadier General (BG)Stephen Curdais the Commander of the 9th Mission Support Command, Fort Shafter, Hawaii. Since his commissioning, Brigadier General Curda has served in a variety of command and staff positions in many diverse locations, including Platoon Leader in 2 ID, Republic of Korea, Company Commander in Ft. Davis, Panama, S-3 in Ft. Hood, TX, and duty in Soto Cano AB, Honduras. He also served as the 45th Infantry Brigade (Separate), S-4 Logistics Officer and Chemical Officer. As part of the 350th Civil Affairs Command, Brigadier General Curda participated in numerous joint exercises in Central and South America. Brigadier General Curda has commanded at every echelon from company, battalion, brigade and previous general officer level command as the Commander of the 351st Civil Affairs Command, in Mountain View, California, where his units were responsible for Civil Affairs support activities across U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM).