“I was scared. I was 17. I went to go see the world. What did I get into? A war.”
Ikaika Kang provided classified military documents and a drone to undercover agents posing as members of Islamic State
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.
The POW/MIA forensic lab in Hawaii has more than 1,400 service members who have been missing in action, some for decades.
The state received a $600,000 grant to help recruit current and former service members for new careers in island classrooms.
UPDATED: Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang admits in court he provided classified documents to undercover agents, thinking they represented the Islamic State.
Court documents allege Sgt. 1st Class Ikaika Kang told informants that if he joined the Islamic State he would become a suicide bomber and attack Schofield barracks.
The measure would have exempted service personnel from the first $120,000 of property taxes on the assessed value of their homes.
Ceremony planned for Allied prisoners who were killed when U.S. forces sank a Japanese ship.