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Military Matters

Brittany Yap and Chuck Cordill, editor

Samoan soldier returns from a year-long deployment in Iraq

“We’re home!” thought Pvt. Haqueen Solia, as he looked through his airplane window and saw O‘ahu for the first time in more than a year. [More]


Pvt. Haqueen Solia

Photo by Brittany Yap

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New Courses at HPU
Marching through history

Nearly a quarter million U.S. armed forces combating terrorist insurgencies in Iraq and Afghanistan. More U.S. forces redeployed around the world to counter possible nuclear threats in North Korea and Iraq. Is this all just inevitable expressions of the stress of ongoing, rapid global change? A unique course offered this spring at HPU may help students to understand these actions in the context of American military history. [More]

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Updates from Iraq

I am still in Tikrit, Iraq which is about 90 miles north of Baghdad, working with the Iraqi Security Forces. [More]

 
 
 
 

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