Hawaii Army National Guard Soldiers live by the Army values and the values of our organization that demonstrate our unique moral fiber.
- Kuleana – We carry out our individual and collective responsibilities. “I accept my responsibilities, and I will be held accountable.” to view responsibility as a privilege and honor. To accept responsibility as a duty, not in pursuit of reward, but because it is the right thing to do.
- Ohana – Those who are family, and those you choose to call your family. A human circle of complete Aloha. ‘Ohana refers to a family that works together and is about emphasizing that ties that bind the group as in a family. It is feeling a commitment to each other as though one were actual blood relatives so as to bond the group as one spirit.
- Aloha – Dignity, respect the unconditional extension of trust and friendship. Taking responsibility for those to whom aloha is extended insuring their safety, well-being, and peace of mind. Also extended to places and the physical environment implying stewardship obligations as an expression of caring for the condition of such places.
KOA – The Warrior. Courageous, brave, and fearless.