Currently, there are no alerts for any incidents on post.
Schofield Barracks and U.S. Army Hawaii opened the doors to the Army’s Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Prevention Resource Center with a ribbon cutting ceremony Oct. 17 signifying a consolidated effort to combat sexual harassment and assault.
As the Army continues its drawdown, Sgt. Maj. of the Army Raymond F. Chandler III has shared many messages to educate and prepare the enlisted force for likely changes.
The principle of the training was not to teach Soldiers how to swim, but to teach them how to survive, an essential tool being stationed on a Pacific island.
During the workweek, Soldiers quartered in Marine barracks, ate Marine chow in Marine dining facilities, exercised in the “Semper Fit” gym and literally saw a different side of Oahu.
The training tested each company’s standing operating procedures and individual Soldiers’ abilities to function and make decisions in high-stressed environments.