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A new reality television show is looking for cast members in Alaska.

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports 44 Blue Productions is seeking people for “Army Wives of Alaska.”

The company has produced shows including “The True Story of Black Hawk Down,” “U.S. Navy Pirate Hunters” and “Cell Dogs.”

According to the Associated Press, Army Alaska is supporting the show and will host the production company when staff members interview spouses this month.

Stephanie Drachkovitch, co-owner of 44 Blue, said she was an “Army kid” herself and her mother was an Army wife.

She said her company wants to show military spouses in extraordinary conditions. She said the company will seek spouses of military personnel in different units and ranks.

‘Hawaii Five-0’ stars helping at military school

The stars of CBS’ “Hawaii Five-0” will be lending a hand off-screen to military schoolchildren at Pearl Harbor.

According to the Associated Press, actors Alex O’Loughlin, Scott Caan, Daniel Dae Kim and Masi Oka were to be among the volunteers Monday helping to plant a garden at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Husband-and-wife athletes Laird Hamilton and Gabrielle Reece also were to volunteer.

The American Heart Association Teaching Gardens will serve as a hands-on way to educate children about the importance of healthy habits.

The project is part of an initiative to support U.S. veterans through community service.

First Lady Michelle Obama, who launched her Joining Forces initiative in April with the vice president’s wife, Jill Biden, was to speak Monday at the base during a hiring fair for veterans.

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