O le aumalaga atoa lenei mai teritori ma Setete o Amerika sa tauaofia atoa i San Francisco i le amataga o le masina o Iuni, mo le latou fonotaga tau fa'atupega o le polokalama Tobacco Diabetes i o latou setete ma teritori o lo'o alaalata'i ai. E to'a fa i latou mai Amerika Samoa o loo auai i lea polokalama [ata:foa'i]
Some of American Samoa’s 100th Infantry Battalion 442nd Regiment picking up their luggage at the Hilo airport
Approximately 100 soldiers from American Samoa’s 100th Infantry Battalion 442nd Regiment yesterday morning, July 18, 2019, at about 9 a.m. as they awaited the arrival of their baggage at the Hilo, Hawaii Airport. The soldiers were then seen loading bags and gear into a cargo truck and a bus. When asked, there was no response regarding the reason for their arrival on the Big Island. The 100th Infantry Battalion is the only infantry unit in the United States Army Reserve.  [Big Island Now website]
Florence Wasko and Aysha Ioane with family members
Florence Wasko and Ioane Talo-Tomanogi are expected to return from Houston, Texas this evening (Thursday, July 18, 2019) after the white coat orientation for incoming medical students at the Oceania University of Medicine (OUM). The school’s mission is to produce physicians with the requisite knowledge, skills, and attitudes to improve the health of underserved communities in Oceania and beyond utilizing distance learning and clinical rotations. Other American Samoan’s in the program are Ipu Hemaloto and Kim Lutu. [courtesy photo]  
Some of American Samoa’s 100th Infantry Battalion 442nd Regiment picking up their luggage at the Hilo airport
Florence Wasko and Aysha Ioane with family members

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Porirua, NEW ZEALAND — More than 40 years after the infamous dawn raids on Pacific islanders, those who were there are being asked to tell their story for a new generation hungry to know about the raids. That was one of the messages conveyed to about 100 people who braved a frigid Thursday evening in Porirua, gathering to see the opening of a new exhibition. But this time, the doors were opened...

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 (l-r) students Chole Tuaua and Darius Shimasaki-Vaofanua and ASCC HOSA Coordinator Monica Afalava.
Pago Pago, AMERICAN SAMOA — At the 2019 HOSA International Leadership Conference (ILC) held last month in Orlando, Florida, American Samoa HOSA achieved special recognition for having the second-highest membership gain (61%) of all states, territories and countries in 2018-2019. American Samoa HOSA...
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