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Live Aloha Talk Show from Hawaii – 03/16/2008

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Live Aloha Talk Show from Hawaii

Including Call Ins From Iraq!

Aired March 16, 2008

To listen to this program 24 hours a day/7 days a week click on this URL: then go to Episode 48  

Another Exciting Hawaii Event and Talk Show is being Planned by Don Eads and his son Hoku Eads!

Thank you to the following for making this program possible:

Pastor Don Eads with Kindling International Ministries

Alan Gray Talking With Heroes Sponsors and owner of  – Tell Friends about NewsBlaze Daily News and get a gift  - No One Does Arts, Crafts & Florals Better Plus ACMoore's New Site – - preserving military memory’s for our service men/ women and their families

Nutrtion for our Military:


HOST: Bob Calvert


Pastor Don Eads and 14 year old Hoku Eads   


Don Eads is a Professor and Senior Pastor. He is a China-US Relations Foreign Expert, having been recognized by the Chinese government. He has taught at Peking University, and many other top institutions in China. He is the Senior Pastor of Aloha Christian Fellowship, a part of Kindling International Ministries, and active in Beijing International Christian FellowshipDon is a well known musician and songwriter. He performs in China with the world champion harmomica player.   

Hoku is attending college classes at a senior level at 14, and has been recognized for his outstanding academic achievements by Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle and Peak Performance guru Anthony Robbins. He graduated from high school at the age of 8. Hoku has lived and traveled extensively in China, and is well known there. 

Both Don and Hoku support Hawaii's troops and their families. They will share their experiences during the talk show on March 16.  Be sure to tune in.

Pastor Eads and Hoku Eads


Harry Kim – Mayor of the County of Hawaii                   

Harry Kim became Mayor of the County of Hawaii on December 4th, 2000.   Harry Kim, since 1976 had been the Administrator for the Civil Defense Agency.  Hawaii has always been home to him, his wife and two sons.

Dylan Nonaka, East Hawai`i – Hilo Liaison

Dylan Nonaka was born and raised in Kona on the Big Island and graduated from Konawaena High School. 

Shortly after graduation he joined the United State Marine Corps and deployed to Iraq in 2003 as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom.  After his service in the military he returned to the Big Island to attend UH Hilo and pursue a bachelors degree in Political Science and Economics. 

While at the university he served as student government Senator, Vice President and President.  Dylan also was a real estate sales person with Property Network until joining the Governor's team as the her East Hawai`i Liaison.  Dylan currently resides in the Waikea area of Hilo with his wife to be Monica. 

Services the East Hawai`i Liaison office offers:
· Issue State Identification Cards (Please call for appointment)
· Issue Marriage Licenses (Please call for appointment)
· Assist with public information
· Represent the Governor’s administration 

Doctor (Major) Joseph D'Angelo
Check out his Blog from his experiences in Iraq
Dr. D'Angelo in Former Iraq Saddams Chair in a Palace
Dr D'Angelo treating a Patient in Iraq
Maj. Charles J. Anthony, Hawaii Air National Guard
Maj. Charles J. Anthony, Hawaii Air National Guard,
deployed to Afghanistan from July 2007 to February 2008 at ISAF
(International Security Assistance Force).


TSgt Mark H. Schwartze, US Air Force

Asst. NCOIC of Computer Maintenance, 352d Information Operations Squadron, Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. 


Tech Sgt. Schwartze's duties include installation, modifications, and daily maintenance of computer systems. He said his short term goals are:

"To Be my wife's husband and daughter's daddy." In addition, to serving his Airmen well as NCOIC he plans to start working on a Bachelor's Degree in his career field. He also wants to maintain a leadership position in local AFSA chapter & Airmen's Attic and complete the 2008 Honolulu Marathon with better time.


Other accomplishments include: continue to support the Substance Abuse Prevention & Response Program, earn a line-number for E-7 and remain active as the squadron's USO Liaison.

As for his long term goals he plans to work to maintain and enhance popular enlisted benefits as an AFSA member and leader member. Attend NCO Academy in the near future. And help others in his squadron as Booster Club President and be a team player.

Sergeant Schwartze's most recent assignment was a remote tour to Osan AB; South Korea.

His hobbies are mentoring his beautiful daughter, bicycling, jogging, woodworking and  travel the state of Hawaii and Pacific Air Forces theater of operations.   

TSgt. Schwartze 



Tech Sergeant Cambra Bradford


Technical Sergeant Bradford K. Cambra is assigned to the 18th Services Squadron, Detachment 2/Security Forces at Bellows AFS, Hawaii.  He is currently the Security Forces training manager and is directly responsible for implementing critical training necessary to accomplish daily and future missions.  His primary duties include developing training objectives and managing all active duty contingency requirements, and ensuring that all “Defenders” are capable of executing and performing combat missions.


TSgt Cambra was raised in Waianae, Hawaii. He entered the Air Force on 9 Sept 1998 and is married to the former Tina Warner (4 months pregnant) with three children, Alyssa (11) and Jada (7), and Terina (1).  He has served his entire career within the Security Forces career field and maintains an extensive law enforcement, security, training and combat readiness background.



1998     Air Force Basic Military Training, Lackland AFB, Texas

1998     Security Forces Apprentice Course, Lackland AFB, Texas

2002     Airman Leadership School, Vandenberg AFB, California

2005     Security Forces Craftsman Course, Lackland AFB, Texas 

2005     Associate’s Degree, Community College of the Air Force, Criminal Justice

2007     Bachelors Degree, Wayland Baptist University, Occupational Education (projected graduation May 08)



1.     Aug 98 – Oct 98, Basic Military Training, Lackland AFB, Texas

2.     Oct 98 –  Jan 99, Security Forces Apprentice Course, Lackland AFB, Texas

3.     Jan 99 –  Jul 02, 30th Security Forces Squadron, Vandenberg AFB, California

4.     Aug 02 – Aug 03, 8th Security Forces Squadron, Kunsan AB, Korea

5.     Aug 03 – Aug 06, 15th Security Forces Squadron, Hickam AFB, Hawaii

6.     Sep 06 – Sep 07, 51st Security Forces Squadron, Osan AB, Korea

7.     Oct 07 – Oct 10, 18th Services Squadron, Det 2/SFS, Bellows AFS, Hawaii



2001Prince Sultan Air Base, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

2004          Shahbaz Air Base, Jacobabad, Pakistan




Air Force Commendation Medal (One oak leaf cluster)

Air Force Achievement Medal (One oak leaf cluster)

AF Outstanding Unit Award (Four oak leaf clusters)

AF Good Conduct Medal (One oak leaf cluster)

National Defense Service Medal

Global War On Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Korean Defense Service Medal

Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon with Gold Border

Technical Sergeant Bradford K. Cambra in Korea

Technical Sergeant Bradford K. Cambra






TSgt Cambra on Patrol


TSgt Cambra CRC


TSgt Cambra CRC1


TSgt Cambra CRC2


The following soldiers from 2nd Stryker Brigade Combat Team, Warrior, 25th Infantry Division soldiers stationed out of Schofield Barracks, Hawaii were scheduled to call in LIVE from Taji, Iraq


We heard from SPC Lisa Allen and Another Soldier before we lost the DSN Phone connection. These were great to listen to.


Also SPC Steven Ippel had Family members call in!!


We are planning another call in program with these soldiers. Watch the Talk Show Schedule Page for details!


SGT Raymond Garcia


SPC Smith Ontario


SGT Juan Bobe


SPC Adrian Brealey

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