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From Pohakuloa to Kahoolawe to RIMPAC, the defense industry is regrettably central to the state’s economy.
With little fanfare, experimental missiles are being launched at the Kauai Test Facility to test technologies being considered for future weapons programs.
Survivors of the atomic bomb dropped on Japan during World War II visited Pearl Harbor and spoke at the University of Hawaii.
Pohakuloa Training Area, an Army-controlled site the size of Guam, is the largest U.S. military training ground in the Pacific.
Author Jon Letman sat down with Mattlan Zackhras last year for a wide-ranging conversation on his vision and hope for the tiny island nation.
Protestations of politicians aside, the U.S. does force its military facilities on foreign lands, including South Korea and Okinawa.
The first female head of state of a Pacific island nation talks about the biggest threat her country faces.
The military is studying the possibility of creating places for pilots to train with Ospreys, aircraft that have been contentious elsewhere in Hawaii.