The State of Hawaii is hosting the annual Hawai‘i Invasive Species Awareness Week, March 3-9
Jane Beachy, manager of the Ecosystem Restoration Program with OARNP, Directorate of Public Works, USAG-HI, earned the title “Oahu MVP 2014” for her work overseeing the Army’s continued control and monitoring efforts to prevent the spread of devil weed on Oahu.
Steps from one of the world’s most famous volcanoes — Kilauea, and its crater, Halema‘uma‘u — Kilauea Military Camp (KMC) offers a unique, and exclusive chance for military families to stay in proximity to one of nature’s great wonders.
Once the initial novelty of green juices and daily runs wears off and the temptations of chocolate Valentine’s hearts and cream-filled Easter eggs rear their ugly heads, many New Year’s resolution-makers fall off the healthy lifestyle bandwagon and back into old habits.
The SC(E)’s advance party of 20 Soldiers set up their EECP within 72 hours, just in time for an additional 20 personnel to arrive and man the station.
Some of that risk, Hagel said, is associated with a sharp drawdown in the size of the Army, which the proposed budget calls for reducing to as low as 440,000 active duty Soldiers from the current size of 520,000, while ensuring the force remains well trained and equipped.