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Videos 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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New Partners Join Collaborative Effort to Explore Methods to Improve Energy Efficiency and Grid Operations Honolulu, Hawaii - The State of Hawaii, Department of Defense (State DOD) has announced that new partners have joined in the collaborative effort to study energy efficiency and grid operations in Hawaii. Asia-Pacific Institute for Resilience & Sustainability (AIRS), Hawai`i Pacific University, Swansea University's Network Science Research Center (NSRC), Synerscope, Furciferi Versuti, and Sensemaking-PACOM Fellowship have joined in with the State of Hawaii's Governor's Office, State DOD (Office of Homeland Security), Hawaiian Electric, Mehta Tech Inc, IBM i2, IBM Center for Resiliency and Sustainability, Pacific Disaster Center (managed by the University of Hawaii), and U.S. Pacific Command to study the potential enhancement of the security, reliability, and dependability of the electric grid on Oahu and ways to apply analytics to better predict potential risks and issues, such as natural disasters.

Honolulu Harbor is the life blood for the majority of Hawaii’s goods and if that goes down, the state is ready. On Monday, the state, U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Navy blessed a new mobile crane at Pearl Harbor that will assist with cargo off-loading in the event a natural disaster renders Honolulu Harbor inoperable. ...
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  For Immediate Release          Oct. 7, 2014 #2014-0018               Hawaii Air National Guard Tankers Return from Deployment Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam —Two Hawaii Air National Guard (HIANG) KC-135 Stratotankers and airmen who had deployed to the U.S. Central Command’s (CENTCOM) area of responsibility (AOR) returned ...
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MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release         Sept. 19, 2014 #2014-0017 Hawaii Army National Guard September Drill Rescheduled HONOLULU – The Hawaii Army National Guard (HIARNG) has announced that its soldiers who have not yet performed drill in September will hold their Inactive Duty Training (IDT) the weekend of September 27-28.   The originally scheduled drill dates for ...
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by By Tech. Sgt. Terri Paden PACUNITY Public Affairs 9/15/2014 – MOUNT HAGEN, Papua New Guinea — Pacific Unity has been ongoing in the Asia-Pacific region since 2010, however the current iteration in Mount Hagen Papua New Guinea marks the first time the Air National Guard has taken the lead on the humanitarian assistance based ...
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For Immediate Release         Sept. 16, 2014 #2014-0016 Tacloban City, Philippines- State Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Darryll D.M. Wong today led a Hawaii National Guard (HING) delegation in a ceremonial ribbon cutting to dedicate a newly rebuilt and renovated high school in the Philippines that had been badly damaged by Typhoon Haiyan.   Officials from the Philippines, ...
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August 16, 2014 – Big Island, Hawaii – Getting to work on time can be stressful.  Usually there is no valid explanation to excuse tardiness to military duty.  One Airman with the Hawaii Air National Guard’s 291st Combat Communications Squadron found himself with a rare, valid excuse when he was unable to report for duty on ...
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August 16, 2014 Big Island, Hawaii – Getting to work on time can be stressful.  Usually there is no valid explanation to excuse tardiness to military duty.  One Airman with the Hawaii Air National Guard’s 291st Combat Communications Squadron found himself with a rare, valid excuse when he was unable to report for duty on ...
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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE Hawaii Emergency Management Agency N E I L A B E R C R O M B I E G O V E R N O R M A J O R G E N E R A L D A R R Y L L D . M . W O ...
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