Post-deployment Families reconnect at Kailua Beach Retreat

By Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie, USARPAC Public AffairsSeptember 22, 2009

KAILUA BEACH PARK, Hawaii- Viviano Miranda, age 8, leads Chief Warrant Officer Chris Ochoa, U.S. Army, Pacific targeting officer, and other family members through a "lava field" at the first USARPAC Chaplain's office Family building
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – KAILUA BEACH PARK, Hawaii- Viviano Miranda, age 8, leads Chief Warrant Officer Chris Ochoa, U.S. Army, Pacific targeting officer, and other family members through a "lava field" at the first USARPAC Chaplain's office Family building (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie) VIEW ORIGINAL
KAILUA, Hawaii -Participants in the first U.S. Army, Pacific Family retreat for recently re-deployed Army personnel and their families kayak their way towards the open ocean.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – KAILUA, Hawaii -Participants in the first U.S. Army, Pacific Family retreat for recently re-deployed Army personnel and their families kayak their way towards the open ocean. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie, USARPAC Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
KAILUA BEACH, Hawaii - From left, Army Family members Rosario Miranda and daughter Viviana Miranda work together with a trainer to lift a kayak into the ocean during the U.S.Army, Pacific Family building retreat, an event for Soldiers recently returned from deployments and their Families.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – KAILUA BEACH, Hawaii - From left, Army Family members Rosario Miranda and daughter Viviana Miranda work together with a trainer to lift a kayak into the ocean during the U.S.Army, Pacific Family building retreat, an event for Soldiers recently returned from deployments and their Families. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Crista Yazzie) VIEW ORIGINAL