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Navy’s toxic water crisis in Hawaii may be related to a fuel leak from 8 months ago
“So far, I’m coming away from this with more questions than answers."
The Navy told this military family they were safe from toxic water. Then both their children ended up in the ER
“My kids did not volunteer to be poisoned.”
Army hospital’s Facebook page hijacked by angry person demanding money
The largest military hospital in the Pacific Rim may be at the center of an intercontinental theft
The Army showed the Navy how not to mismanage the contaminated water crisis in Hawaii
“We were already in the process of putting people in hotels and taking them bottled water, and the Navy was still saying there was nothing wrong with the water.”
Army intelligence analyst charged with allegedly murdering his wife
The couple previously filed for divorce in October.
We salute this Marine tiltrotor squadron for rocking this sweet ‘Endless Summer’ tail art
Surfs up, Marine aviators!
Here comes the first-ever Marine littoral regiment
The Marine Corps is moving into a three-year test phase for a new Hawaii-based unit that could serve as a model for specially designed regiments built to fight in the Pacific
Navy SEALs testing out a new minisub designed for going toe-to-toe with China and Russia
The Shallow Water Combat Submersible, is “specifically designed to insert and extract Special Operations Forces in high-threat areas.”
US Army to begin major exercise in Hawaii with more than 5,500 soldiers participating
This year’s event is the first big exercise to be conducted following a gradual return to training in early May.
The Marine Corps is forming a first-of-its-kind regiment in Hawaii
A new “Marine Littoral Regiment” coming to Hawaii — the first of its kind in the Marine Corps — represents a major shift for the service in the “great power” competition playing out in the Western Pacific and preparation for a high-tech missile war in the region
Court overturns Marine’s conviction in barracks room knife fight
A Marine sentenced to 18 months' confinement and a bad-conduct discharge after a barracks confrontation turned bloody may now end up free, after a military appeals court determined that the presiding judge wrongly instructed jury members in the case.
Former Navy SEAL sentenced to 5 years for brutally beating man for no apparent reason
Andrew Judge, a 33-year-old decorated Navy SEAL, was found guilty of second-degree assault for an unprovoked attack on a 58-year-old man who was preparing to return to Illinois.
Air Force veteran turned police officer killed in the line of duty in Hawaii
'She will be greatly missed. We at the 624th Regional Support Group extend our sincere condolences to the family, friends and coworkers of Officer Enriquez during this difficult and heartbreaking time.'
US Army to train alongside Chinese soldiers during Hawaii exercise
"This exchange is important to maintain as it improves our ability to save lives, protect property, and better prepare for the next major disaster in the Indo- Pacific," Schuster said in an email.
Navy investigation finds no misconduct by submarine sailor shot dead in Hawaii
"A reasonable person cannot assume that engaging the doorknob on the door of an incorrect apartment would lead to death from a gun," the Navy said.
In a Navy first, drones fly resupply parts and medicine to underway submarine
A large percentage of parts that are needed on submarines weigh less than 5 pounds, and drone delivery could remove the need to pull into port
‘I wanted her dead’ — Ex-Army medic pleads guilty to love triangle murder of his wife
He is expected to receive 24-30 years in prison.
Army trench coat found in France tracked back to World War II vet in Hawaii
"After all the research we've done trying to find somebody with that last name, he's the only one."
A senior airman says she was accosted for speaking Spanish while in uniform
A 27-year-old Air Force senior airman's shock at getting a rebuke for speaking Spanish in uniform in a Starbucks near Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and her subsequent stand against discrimination have gained some fervent support on social media
Army makes Make-a-Wish recipient an honorary ‘Tropic Lightning’ soldier
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Teenager pleads guilty to manslaughter for stabbing Hawaii Marine during mob attack
A teen who fatally stabbed a Kaneohe Bay Marine during an attack by 15 youths in the early morning hours of Oct. 21, 2017, in Waikiki pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of manslaughter Friday and will serve no more than 20 years in prison
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Soldier survives 70-foot fall into one of the world’s ‘most active’ volcanoes
The local fire chief said he's doing "remarkably well" for what happened.