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Airsoft Wounded Warrior Schofield Barracks Hawaii

game 2 Just Testing Out My New Gopro!! um this is a standred force on force but then we flanked and ended up lieing about witch team we were on and it was really fun but yeah guys this is a great field and all of this is for a great casue and that is is all the money they raise go to wounded warriors. ———————————————————————————————————————- Links: my channel: www.youtube.com vote for shaun hes the one who put this together :www.woundedwarriorproject.org

Camping Trip Gone Right! – Hawaiian Adventure

Camping On The Beach – Day 1 Vlog – Swimming with Sea Turtles, Dolphins, NEMO, Puffer fish & MORE! **Please Subscribe** Stay Tuned for DAY 2

Airsoft Wounded Warrior Schofield Barracks Hawaii

yeah guys this is a great field and all of this is for a great casue and that is is all the money they raise go to wounded warriors. ———————————————————————————————————————- Links: my channel: www.youtube.com vote for shaun hes the one who put this together :www.woundedwarriorproject.org

In Hawaii: Part 1 “Aloha”

Hey everyone, this is Part 1 of a two part series of some exploring/adventuring in a rural area of maui, and sort of a “welcome” to the start of the rest of my videos which are filmed while in Hawaii. In Part 2 we return to the location but when it’s a little dryer and talk about some things you need to think about when exploring alone.

Review: MRE Chicken with Tomatoes and Fetta Cheese

In this video we tried one of our all time favorite MRE Entrees: Chicken Tomato Fetta on a beach on the island of Molokai. We heated two entrees in a pan from a Coleman Aluminum mess kit set. We purchased the mess kit at a Walmart in Kailua-Kona on the big island of Hawaii the previous week. The cost was very low, around $6 and we figured it was disposable but we ended up using it several times over 2 weeks. We heated this atop a butane powered 3 point camp stove using an adapter to connect to common bayonet style fuel. The 3 point stove normally connects to a top threaded fuel container which is common in the 48 states, but nearly impossible to find in Hawaii. The MRE Entree was fantastic (as usual). It has big chunks of chicken, tomatoes and crumbles of feta cheese with garlic and onions. We think it also has basil. Oddly enough the crew back at the warehouse also tried this entree while we were gone, but there was a focus issue with their video so we didn’t include it. But their response was identical to ours. John licked his plate, and Eric said it was the best thing he has ever tried at Epicenter. We all know Jenny and Ethan loved it – they both buy this entree and take it home for quick meals. This entree is made by Ameriqual and is available on our MRE page at: theepicenter.com