There is a scheduled power outage, 8 a.m.-6 p.m., March 7, affecting all the red areas on Schofield Barracks
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There are many little acts of support that have encouraged me over my military career.
March 15, we will begin enforcing U.S. Army-Hawaii Regulation 190-5, the U.S. Army-Hawaii Traffic Code.
Similar to any corporation or industry, transforming our Army demands a business approach to ensure we can continue to achieve our mission and support our No. 1 customer – the brave men and women serving on the front lines.
As every member of our community can attest, the limited nature of vehicle parking on the island of Oahu can be frustrating.
Each year, millions of people reset their clocks and set new goals.
George Washington once said, “If freedom of speech is taken away, then dumb and silent may we be lead, like sheep to slaughter.”
It was with this same logic that our kids mouthed off at us recently.
U.S. Army Hawaii is supported by a wealth of expertise and professionalism in the form of its Army wildland firefighters.