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The 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command Host a Holocaust Remembrance Program for its Soldiers May 2, 2014

Story by Staff Sgt. Jaquetta Gooden, NCOIC, 94th AAMDC Public Affairs

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HONOLULUSoldiers from the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command hosted a remembrance program in memory of the victims and survivors of the Holocaust, Apr 30.

The program started off with the singing of the National Anthem, sung graciously by Master Sgt. Q.P Bean, communication operations NCOIC, 94th AAMDC, followed by opening remarks given by Col. William Stacey, deputy commanding officer, 94th AAMDC.

The remembrance memorial was put on to educate Soldiers on how the Holocaust came about, and how its tragic impact still effects the lives of victims and family members of victims, some of which are within our very own ranks today.

"The program was very informative," said Staff Sgt. Lehua Johnson, supply NCO, 94th AAMDC. "It truly opened my eyes to what that culture went through during that time and how even today; it still impacts the lives of their family members."





                                      

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Soldiers of the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command Supports Linapuni Elementary School during Field Day

 

Story by Staff Sgt. Jaquetta Gooden, 94th AAMDC PAO

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Soldiers from the 94th Army Air and Missile Defense Command brought smiles to kid’s faces of Linapuni Elementary School for field day, Apr 24.

The day of fun filled physical activity was developed to help promote the schools health and wellness program and showed the students all about healthy living, by doing activates such as shuttle runs, relays, and basketball.
Soldiers of the 94th AAMDC supervised the different events and also challenged the kids to try various exercises from the Army’s physical readiness program.

“ Watching the kids do push –ups and sit-ups with us during their field day was so exciting, they really enjoyed having us come out and support them during this time, and it shows that we are a part of this community not just in it” says Sgt. 1st Class, Wesley Burton, Chaplain Assistant, 94th AAMDC.

The school staff and parents of the students were very inspired by how the kids took to the Soldiers of the 94th AMMDC, as the whistle blew to change stations and laughter from excitement filled the air.

“It truly warms my heart to see the kids so excited; having the military here to help us is a plus. We are very grateful, if it wasn’t for the Soldiers of the 94th AAMDC this day wouldn’t be the success that it is” says Susan Kando, Community Networking Coordinator.

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