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Kauai Plays A Growing Role Testing Technology For Tomorrow’s Nuclear Weapons Mike Bejarano and Mark Olona/Sandia National Laboratories

Kauai Plays A Growing Role Testing Technology For Tomorrow’s Nuclear Weapons

With little fanfare, experimental missiles are being launched at the Kauai Test Facility to test technologies being considered for future weapons programs.

UH Lab Gets $77M Contract For Defense Research Blaze Lovell/CivilBeat

UH Lab Gets $77M Contract For Defense Research

Core subjet areas for the Applied Research Laboratory at the University of Hawaii Manoa include ocean science, astronomy, sensor development and renewable energy .

Former US Army Official Pleads Guilty In Conspiracy Case U.S. Army

Former US Army Official Pleads Guilty In Conspiracy Case

The former range operations manager is accused of accepting bribes in exchange for procurement information while working at Schofield Barracks.

Why Plans For A New Navy Dry Dock Leave Ship Repair Industry Divided Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Why Plans For A New Navy Dry Dock Leave Ship Repair Industry Divided

Proponents say a state plan to help a well-connected maritime firm is needed to save hundreds of jobs.

Former Pearl Harbor Navy Spokesman Sentenced In Corruption Scandal Department of Defense

Former Pearl Harbor Navy Spokesman Sentenced In Corruption Scandal

The former director of public affairs took money for authoring emails to top Navy officials on behalf of a contractor convicted of bribery and fraud.

‘Top Secret’ Clearance Expected For UH Lab Doing Navy Research Blaze Lovell/CivilBeat

‘Top Secret’ Clearance Expected For UH Lab Doing Navy Research

The University of Hawaii Applied Research Laboratory is closing in on a new $80 million contract for cybersecurity and renewable energy research.

Survivors Gather At Pearl Harbor For Attack Remembrance AP

Survivors Gather At Pearl Harbor For Attack Remembrance

“I was scared. I was 17. I went to go see the world. What did I get into? A war.”

Hawaii Soldier Who Tried To Help Terrorists Gets 25-Year Sentence AP

Hawaii Soldier Who Tried To Help Terrorists Gets 25-Year Sentence

Ikaika Kang provided classified military documents and a drone to undercover agents posing as members of Islamic State

Danny De Gracia: Remembering Hawaii’s Long Line Of Heroes Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Danny De Gracia: Remembering Hawaii’s Long Line Of Heroes

On the heels of last week’s election, Veterans Day was an ideal time for elected officials to re-dedicate themselves to duty, honor, country, and service before self.

‘We Don’t Give Up’: Identifying America’s Long-Lost Soldiers Cory Lum/Civil Beat

‘We Don’t Give Up’: Identifying America’s Long-Lost Soldiers

The POW/MIA forensic lab in Hawaii has more than 1,400 service members who have been missing in action, some for decades.

Hawaii Turns To Military In Search For More Teachers Anthony Quintano

Hawaii Turns To Military In Search For More Teachers

The state received a $600,000 grant to help recruit current and former service members for new careers in island classrooms.

Honolulu Soldier Pleads Guilty To Trying To Help Islamic State AP

Honolulu Soldier Pleads Guilty To Trying To Help Islamic State

UPDATED: Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang admits in court he provided classified documents to undercover agents, thinking they represented the Islamic State.

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