"Courage and Strength: Portraits of Those Who Have Served" at the Honolulu Museum, Part II

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“Courage and Strength”, an exhibit at the Honolulu Museum, features portraits of military members who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.   The show is an opportunity to understand more about experiences veterans are bringing home with them.   HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers the second in a mini-series featuring the reflections of Hawai’i-based soldiers. 

SFC Karry James, SFC Nohea Nakooka-Williams, Major Will Jumper, and Captain Susan Lindsey

SFC Karry James, SFC Nohea Nakooka-Williams, Major Will Jumper, and Captain Susan Lindsey

“Courage and Strength:  Portraits of Those Who Have Served” continues at the Honolulu Museum of Art through February 24th.   Find an extended version of Major Will Jumper’s interview here

http://www.noetanigawa.com/feature/2012/11/13/courage-and-strength-portraits-those-who-have-served

Feel free to add your comments to the Museum's Courage and Strength blog: 
http://honolulumuseum-courage2012.tumblr.com/

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