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This page will be periodically updated with mission recaps and photos by UH Manoa Faculty and Graduate Students and other news.

Blog Posts & News Coverage

September 3, 2012
USNS Mercy Arrives Back in Hawaii Following Pacific Partnership 2012

By Damon Tucker

August 24, 2012
Preparing in Calm to Response in Crisis
By Hawaii News Now

August 19, 2012
Life on Board the USNS Mercy
By Gary Glauberman, Community, Public and Global Health Nursing Instructor, UHM Nursing
I finally arrived to the USNS Mercy! Months of anticipation and days of packing and preparation have led to today …

August 8, 2012
Navy Brings Aloha to Cambodia
By Public Affairs Office, Commander, Nacy Region Hawaii / Naval Surgface Group Middle Pacific
University of Hawaii at Manoa nurses and engineers are part of the Pacific Partnership team that is finishing up …

May 10, 2012
UH Manoa Nursing Faculty and Students Embark on a 4-Month Mission on the USN MERCY
By Kristine Qureshi, Associate Professor and Program Director, Advance Public Health Nursing, UHM Nursing
On Thursday, May 10, 2012, members of the UH Manoa Nursing faculty and graduate students boarded the …

April 26, 2012
USNS Mercy Deploying for Pacific Partnership 2012: 'Preparing in Calm to Respond in Crisis' from USNS Pacific Partnership Public Affairs
By Pacific Partnership Public Affairs, U.S. Navy
SAN DIEGO (NNS) – U.S. Pacific Fleet's humanitarian and civic assistance (HCA) mission, known as Pacific …


About Pacific Partnership

The U.S. Navy’s Pacific Partnership is a dedicated humanitarian and civic action mission conducted with and through partner nations, non-governmental organizations and other U.S. government agencies to execute a variety of HCA programs.


Pacific Partnership 2012 will perform humanitarian and civic action (HCA) activities in Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam, and Cambodia. USNS MERCY (T-AH 19) will serve as the command platform in addition to a Japanese Landing Ship Tank (LST 4001) OOSUMI. PP12 seeks to build and strengthen alliances, partnerships and relationships with regional host nations, partner nations, foreign humanitarian assistance actors and non-government organizations (NGO), and U.S. government interagency organizations by conducting HCA and other civil military operations. Like the Pacific Partnership Facebook page.

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