» Navy Petty Officer John T. Fralish, who was killed in Afghanistan Monday, was a Navy corpsman based at Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe. A headline on Page A1 in yesterday's early edition
incorrectly stated that he was a Kaneohe Marine.
» Dr. Linda Rosen, state Department of Health deputy director, said about $8.5 million of a $15 million emergency appropriation request to the Legislature is anticipated for medications for a possible flu pandemic. A story on Page A5 in yesterday's early edition incorrectly attributed the statement to Dr. Sarah Park, also with the Health Department.
» The first C-17 Globemaster military cargo jet assigned to Hickam Air Force Base was christened "The Spirit of Hawaii - Ke Aloha." A story on Page A1 yesterday and a photo caption in yesterday's afternoon edition incorrectly listed the name as "The Spirit of Aloha - Ke Aloha."
» John Daniel is the grandfather of Academy of the Pacific freshman basketball player Keoni Daniel. He was misidentified in a story on Page B2 Wednesday.
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