More scenes from the Warriors’ training session yesterday at Schofield Barracks:
Offensive lineman JR Hensley and former Gov. John Waihee
Offensive coordinator Brian Smith
Cornerbacks coach Abraham Elimimian
Head coach NIck Rolovich
Offensive lineman Kohl Levao, slotback Dante McGee, guard Emil Graves
Quarterback Jeremy Moussa
Center Taaga Tuulima
Taaga Tuulima (left), running back Freddie Holly (front), running back Miles Reed (back), Cedric Byrd (right)
Wideout Devan Stubblefield
Offensive tackle Joey Nu‘uanu-Kuhi‘ikiCole McDonald, Devan Stubblefield and Joey Nu‘uanu-Kuhi‘iki
Quarterback Justin Uahinui scales 15-foot pole. It’s a 30-second penalty if he touches the red area.)
Wideout Nick Mardner
Slotback John Ursua descends with help from teammates
Taaga Tuulima, slotback Jason-Matthew Sharsh, Freddie Holly, Cedric Byrd, Miles Reed and wideout Eric Rooks
Good morning, Mr. Tsai!
Thank you for posting the photos of both kinds of our Warriors.
for all who served in the Army — photos bring back lots of memories — some good, some not so good — and some very bad!
harken us back to our much younger days when it was a lot easier to accomplish tasks and gain new skills
excellent training — I for one, believe the military “draft” should be reinstated and all young men and women should spend 2 years of their lives with an opportunity to grow as a person and acquire new skills which may or may not be useful after the military — for example, you receive basic medical skills to treat minor to major injuries including CPR — ” it’s all part of the training, Sarge!
Time to hit the “button”…some crazy stuff here.
Would have loved to fire the .50 cal? and launcher….
Haha. Had to Google that one, Stephen. Should consider a permanent aloha?
I try but bacteria takes a few cycles before it exits the body.
Have a great Sunday everyone.
Counseling and medication only go so far sometimes.
Looked at the artillery, stopped playing Joni Mitchell’s “Blue” and put on the first Run the Jewels album.
I see a lot of shooting drills. Was there any running exercises too? Ya know… “Run and Shoot”?
Sorry. I just couldn’t let that one go by.
As someone who has made a living for close to 30 years shooting video and stills I wanted to commend you ST on your growing skills behind the camera. The pictures tell us so much more than words alone. Thank you for your efforts in bringing us these moments in time.
I am not a man, I am a donkey who pulls a plow on the DARK SIDE.
Before he was known as Kor I Nor, wasn’t he something like McDonald’s hamburger or cheeseburger or something like that? Inquiring minds want to know.
BTW I just have to say it, that I prefer the OIA. KIF hasn’t sent any football players to UH in a long time.
Did not see Chevan Santiago out there. Thought he has been participating in the Warrior football workouts.
What about 6′ 8″ 330 pound Offensive line Moore. I thought he was also on board with the Warrior football team summer workout.
We need a mascot for the casual fans to have a reason to come out to the games, to entertain the crowd when they are sitting on their hands, to pump up the players when things are stagnant.
Now that you mention it, I haven’t seen Keala Cordeiro out there, either.
Texaco Cordeiro ?
I do like the Chevan-on-seven drills
I stand corrected on the credibility of Savich (Koh I Nor),I thought he was a fan. Disappointing. 100% troll. 50% troubled soul. Too bad.
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