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Global Competition Over Fish Stocks Increasingly Affects Hawaii Courtesy: Jino Lee/2020

Global Competition Over Fish Stocks Increasingly Affects Hawaii

Competition over dwindling fish stocks has led to violent confrontations around the world. Hawaii longliners are feeling the effects.

Troops In Hawaii Must Resume Wearing Masks Indoors On Base Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

Troops In Hawaii Must Resume Wearing Masks Indoors On Base

The Department of Defense has tightened masking requirements in some areas after previously relaxing them for vaccinated troops.

Case Tries Again To Get The Army To Fix Tripler’s Parking Problem Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Case Tries Again To Get The Army To Fix Tripler’s Parking Problem

Congress plans to direct the military to address the parking shortage at the medical center. It’s not the first time.

Micronesian President Discusses Military Issues During Hawaii Visit Courtesy: U.S. INDOPACOM/2021

Micronesian President Discusses Military Issues During Hawaii Visit

The trip to Oahu came as the U.S. seeks to solidify relations with Pacific Island nations amid tensions with China.

US Senate Demands Safer Military Housing For Kids Courtesy: Wayne Parsons

US Senate Demands Safer Military Housing For Kids

A draft of the 2022 defense budget demands improvements to keep children from falling out of windows in military housing.

Navy To Review Impact Of Pacific Training After 2 Whales Die During Exercise NOAA/Doug Perrine

Navy To Review Impact Of Pacific Training After 2 Whales Die During Exercise

Environmental advocates have long raised concerns about the military’s effect on endangered species.

Navy Agrees To Fix Pearl Harbor Wastewater Treatment Plant Courtesy: EPA/2019

Navy Agrees To Fix Pearl Harbor Wastewater Treatment Plant

Before the Environmental Protection Agency got involved, state Department of Health officials reported urgent problems at the facility.

A Hawaii Hospital Told A Veteran The VA Wouldn’t Cover His Surgery. The VA Disagrees Kevin Knodell/Civil Beat/2021

A Hawaii Hospital Told A Veteran The VA Wouldn’t Cover His Surgery. The VA Disagrees

Former Army Sgt. Patrick Malone’s fight to complete his treatment is a window into a raging debate about how and where veterans can get the best care.

SLIDESHOW: French Warplanes Train in Honolulu Cory Lum/Civil Beat/2021

SLIDESHOW: French Warplanes Train in Honolulu

The French military is emphasizing training with allies across the Pacific at a time of increasing tensions between rival powers in the region.

Military in Hawaii