USARPAC Chief of Staff Run

By Col. Mike DonnellyDecember 8, 2010

HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side 
of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember hose service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember hose service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (Photo Credit: Col. Mike Donnelly) VIEW ORIGINAL
HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly)
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly) (Photo Credit: Col. Mike Donnelly) VIEW ORIGINAL
HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly)
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly) (Photo Credit: Col. Mike Donnelly) VIEW ORIGINAL
HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly)
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly) (Photo Credit: Col. Mike Donnelly) VIEW ORIGINAL
HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly)
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – HONOLULU--U.S. Army Pacific Headquarters staff took a break during Dec. 7's "Chief of Staff" run. The group hiked up Koko Head crater on the eastern side of Oahu. The staff took a moment to remember those service members and American's who lost their lives during the Dec. 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor. The dash up to the top of the dormant volcano, 1200 feet, challenged the group. (U.S. Army photo by Col. Mike Donnelly) (Photo Credit: Col. Mike Donnelly) VIEW ORIGINAL