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Soldiers Will Be Tested Before Returning To Hawaii But Will Still Quarantine Ezra Camarena/U.S. Army

Soldiers Will Be Tested Before Returning To Hawaii But Will Still Quarantine

The 25th Infantry Division troops re-certified in Louisiana for combat deployment.

Marauder Samurai: Hawaii Soldiers Played Key Role In WWII Unit Honored By Congress U.S. Army

Marauder Samurai: Hawaii Soldiers Played Key Role In WWII Unit Honored By Congress

A handpicked team of Japanese American troops were the “eyes and ears” of an elite military unit as they fought in the jungles of South Asia.

New VA Pacific Island Director: ‘Telemedicine Is The Way To Go’ U.S. Navy

New VA Pacific Island Director: ‘Telemedicine Is The Way To Go’

A former Navy surgeon general takes on the care of veterans in Hawaii and across the Pacific.

Navy Expects Reforms To Follow Pearl Harbor Shooting Investigation Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Navy Expects Reforms To Follow Pearl Harbor Shooting Investigation

The report will help inform a larger military review of mental health and safety policies.

Hawaii Is Seeing A Boom In Military-Backed Mortgages

Hawaii Is Seeing A Boom In Military-Backed Mortgages

Changes to borrowing limits and a drop in housing prices are driving a big increase in home loans.

Army Wants To Retain Access To Big Island Training Area Cory Lum

Army Wants To Retain Access To Big Island Training Area

Artillery is playing an increasingly prominent role in global conflicts, but opponents say  training at Pohakuloa threatens the environment and community health.

Pearl Harbor Shooting Investigation Finds Deeper Mental Health Concerns Among Submarine Crew AP

Pearl Harbor Shooting Investigation Finds Deeper Mental Health Concerns Among Submarine Crew

The struggles of the sailor who shot three civilians and then himself last year were overlooked in part because his challenges were not unusual.

Minority Leader Wants Transparency On Military’s West Loch Plans Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Minority Leader Wants Transparency On Military’s West Loch Plans

Republican Sen. Kurt Fevella wants public hearings on a proposed Army munitions facility in his district.

Military Plan To Move Munitions To West Loch Worries Public Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Military Plan To Move Munitions To West Loch Worries Public

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.