HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD CONVOYS MAY IMPACT HAWAII ISLAND TRAFFICPosted on Jun 5, 2017 in FY2017, In The News, News Release
#2017-007 June 5, 2017 For Immediate Release
HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD CONVOYS MAY IMPACT HAWAII ISLAND TRAFFIC
Keaukaha Military Reservation (KMR), Hawaii- Hawaii Army National Guard units will be conducting their Annual Training during the month of June on Hawaii Island and their convoys may impact traffic. A majority of the HIARNG training will be done at Pohakuloa Training Area, but 15-vehicle convoys will be departing from KMR (Hilo) during the 6-8 June time period. The convoys will return to KMR and also Kawaihae (Kona) from June 19-21, 2017.
Motorists are asked not to enter the convoy between vehicles and use caution when passing a 07convoy in approved areas.
For more information, please contact Lt. Col. Charles Anthony, Director of Public Affairs at the number below.
Lt. Col. Charles Anthony
Public Affairs Officer