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Military Matters

Michele Shackelford, editor

Nursing professor aids medical mission


An HPU assistant professor of nursing volunteered her services this summer during a Southeast Asia medical mission aboard the USNS Mercy, a U.S. Navy hospital ship. Mercy Mott spent a little more than a month overseas helping residents of a few small Indonesian islands and Bangladesh. She calls it a “once-in-a-lifetime experience.” [More]


HPU’s Mercy Mott with patients and other medical personnel enroute to USNS Mercy.

Courtesy Liane Nakahara

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GoArmyEd works for military, students


Editor’s note: Sgt. Imel is an Automated Logistics Specialist stationed at Schofield Barracks, Hawai‘i. A member of the 45th Sustainment Brigade, she is currently deployed to FOB QWest, Iraq. Susan Cotellesse, recruiting directing for the Military Campus Program, identifies Imel as “one of the first students we worked with in the GoArmyEd system,” and forwarded this testimonial from her. [More]


MCP’s GoArmyEd distance-learning program helps Sgt. Celeste Imel balance work, family, and education.

Courtesy Sg.t Imel

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