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- Freedom of Information Act Requests / Uniform Information Practices ActWhat is the FOIA? The FOIA allows the general public including foreign citizens, military and civilian personnel acting as private citizens, to request records electronically or in writing from the Federal Government. Some records are released to the public under the FOIA, and may therefore reflect deletion of some information in accordance with the FOIA’s […]
- Hawaii National Guard Soldiers and Airmen respond to Lava on Hawaii IslandVideos By Staff Sgt Katie Gray Story by Major Jeff Hickman, PAHOA, Hawaii – About 80 Hawaii National Guardsmen were activated and put on State Active Duty Oct. 29 to support Hawaii County Civil Defense with security and presence patrols in neighborhoods directly affected by a lava flow that threatens the town of Pahoa. Joint […]
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- HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER DIES ON OAHUPress Release #6 For Immediate Release, May 30, 2014 HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD SOLDIER DIES ON OAHU WAHIAWA, HI- A Hawaii Army National Guard (HIARNG) Soldier died this morning while on duty performing the Army Physical Fitness Test. He was an Active Guard/Reserve Soldier, meaning he works full time for the National Guard. He was […]
- Hawaii Army National Guard Soldier Killed in Afghanistan is Positively IdentifiedThe Hawaii Army National Guard soldier killed in an aircraft accident in eastern Afghanistan on Friday, has been positively identified as Sgt. Drew M. Scobie, of Kailua. Sgt. Scobie was one of three Americans aboard the MC-12 surveillance aircraft that crashed. There were no survivors. Sgt. Scobie’s remains were flown to Dover AFB, Delaware, where positive identification was made. His remains are expected to arrive in Hawaii in the next several days. Funeral arrangements are pending.