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

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“Courage and Strength”, an exhibit at the Honolulu Museum, features portraits of America’s armed forces who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.   Asleep, or full face to the camera, these images hint at experiences civilians do not share. HPR’s Noe Tanigawa offers the last 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

Left to right in this photo, Specialist First Class Karry James, Sergeant First Class Nohea Nakooka-Williams, Major Will Jumper, and Captain Susan Lindsey.  Deepest mahalo to them all!

“Courage and Strength:  Portraits of Those Who Have Served” continues at the Honolulu Museum of Art through February 24th.   Find out more about the exhibit at:

 

http://honolulumuseum.org/art/exhibitions/12986-courage_and_strength_portraits_those_who_have_served

Access the blog at:
http://honolulumuseum-courage2012.tumblr.com/

 

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

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