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Judge Edward Kubo Receives U.S. Army Pacific’s Highest Civilian Honor

Posted on Jun 25, 2015 in Featured News

Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (left), U.S. Army Pacific commanding general, presents the Mana O Ke Koa Award to First Circuit Court judge Ed Kubo

Judge Edward H. Kubo was awarded U.S. Army Pacific’s highest civilian honor–the Mana O Ke Koa Award (Spirit of the Warrior). Gen. Vincent K. Brooks (left), U.S. Army Pacific commanding general, presented the award to First Circuit Court Judge Kubo on June 10 during a ceremony commemorating the Army’s 240th birthday. According to officials at U.S. Army Pacific, Judge Kubo was awarded this honor based on his unwavering support of soldiers and veterans. Judge Kubo established the Veterans Treatment Court in Hawaii, which provides a holistic approach to provide resources and treatment for veterans so that they may attain health, employment, and may return to society as law-abiding citizens.


Photograph courtesy of of U.S. Army Pacific Public Affairs Office.