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POHAKULOA TRAINING AREA — Nearly 30 businessmen and women from Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce and the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Council (MAC) participated in an orientation and information exchange on Wednesday to gain an understanding of the capabilities and essential requirements to train Soldiers and Marines on Hawaii Island. The Military Affairs Council (MAC) is comprised of business leaders and retired U.S. flag and general officers to advocate and liaison with the military commands across the state. More than four hours were spent looking at everything from World War II quonset hut barracks, wastewater infrastructure projects, MWR facilities and PTA’s leading recycle center. (Courtesy photo)

POHAKULOA TRAINING AREA — Nearly 30 businessmen and women from Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce and the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce Military Affairs Council (MAC) participated in an orientation and information exchange on Wednesday to gain an understanding of the capabilities and essential requirements to train Soldiers and Marines on Hawaii Island. The Military Affairs Council (MAC) is comprised of business leaders and retired U.S. flag and general officers to advocate and liaison with the military commands across the state. More than four hours were spent looking at everything from World War II quonset hut barracks, wastewater infrastructure projects, MWR facilities and PTA’s leading recycle center. (Courtesy photo)

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