Military’s Live-Fire Training Ignites Resistance From Some Big Island Neighbors

POHAKULOA, Hawaii Island — It’s cold, it’s windy and at 6,300 feet above sea level, the air is thin. For more than 70 years, this stark landscape of folded black lava and bulging cinder cones has been where the U.S. military prepares for war on Hawaii Island. This is Pohakuloa Training Area, the U.S. military’s … Continue reading Military’s Live-Fire Training Ignites Resistance From Some Big Island Neighbors