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The report will help inform a larger military review of mental health and safety policies.
Changes to borrowing limits and a drop in housing prices are driving a big increase in home loans.
Artillery is playing an increasingly prominent role in global conflicts, but opponents say training at Pohakuloa threatens the environment and community health.
The struggles of the sailor who shot three civilians and then himself last year were overlooked in part because his challenges were not unusual.
Republican Sen. Kurt Fevella wants public hearings on a proposed Army munitions facility in his district.
The Army says the move will make munitions storage safer, but secrecy and the legacy of a wartime coverup from the past make neighbors of the project uneasy.
All public outreach will be online due to the pandemic.
As tourism crumbles and tensions escalate between the U.S. and China, the military’s economic role in the islands could become more prominent.