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Pentagon to shut down fuel facility in Hawaii behind leak that sickened troops and families
“We have work to do."
‘I’m here to ask why you did not protect us’ — Watch a Navy spouse confront senior leaders over water contamination
"I ask with all eyes and ears on you that you fix this, and you fix it honestly."
The Navy doesn’t know why the water on a major base smells like fuel and has no idea when it’ll be fixed
"[W]e did not have any testing that has revealed a source of the smell."
The Navy still has no idea why a sailor committed a mass shooting at Pearl Harbor
Navy investigators failed to uncover the reason submarine sailor Gabriel A. Romero suddenly and without warning opened fire while on duty at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard last Dec. 4, killing two civilian employees and wounding a third before turning his M9 pistol on himself
3 civilians tried entering a Hawaii military base in a car reeking of weed with a dud mortar round in the backseat
"It's a situation that occurs often where people take the wrong exit towards one of our control points."
Navy, Pentagon to review base security procedures following 3 deadly incidents in one week
The Navy pledged Friday to find ways to upgrade security procedures and prevent future attacks following two shootings and a fatal gate runner incident at naval bases in Virginia, Hawaii and Florida in the last week
The sailor behind the Pearl Harbor shooting reportedly came from a troubled submarine
Gabriel Romero, a sailor on the submarine USS Columbia, fatally shot two civilian workers and wounded a third while the Los Angeles-class vessel is in Dry Dock 2 for a two-year overhaul
Sailor kills 2 civilians and himself in Pearl Harbor shooting rampage
A gun-wielding U.S. sailor went on a rampage at the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard on Wednesday, killing two civilian workers and injuring another before shooting and killing himself, officials said
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