UNITED STATES ARMY PACIFIC

COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD

MANA O KE KOA

“Spirit of the Warrior”

The Mana O Ke Koa “Spirit of the Warrior” award honors individuals who have distinguished themselves by their steadfast support of Soldiers, their Families and the Army community. The award was established by the U.S. Army Pacific in June 2007 and the unveiling coincided with the Fort Shafter Centennial. The Award is symbolized by the Kahili, handcrafted in the traditional Hawaiian manner and made entirely of wood, bone and feathers. Kahili were used in ancient Hawaiian times in the same way as European nobility used shields and coats of arms to show status, lineage, and family ties.

2008

Ms. Pasha Baker

2009

Gov Linda Lingle

2007

Mr. William Paty Jr.

2011

Mrs. Carol Kai

2012

Mr. Albert Silva

2010

Mr. Ken Bailey

Mr. David Carey

2014 Award Winner

2013

Senator Daniel K. Inouye