PDF DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DAVID Y.  IGE GOVERNOR MAJ. GEN. ARTHUR J. LOGAN DIRECTOR MEDIA RELEASE PR #2018-010 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Helicopters from Pohakuloa Training Area to support Hawaii National Guard Medical Evacuation exercise Near Hilo Medical Center The Hawaii National Guard is notifying the public that it will be conducting an aerial medical evacuation ...
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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE DAVID Y.  IGE GOVERNOR MAJ. GEN. ARTHUR J. LOGAN DIRECTOR MEDIA RELEASE Marine Corps Aviation provides assets to Support Civil Authorities During Kilauea Eruption #2018-009                                               May 24, 2018 For Immediate Release Hilo, HI – The U.S. Marine Corps has deployed two large transport helicopters to Hilo in support of Joint Task Force ...
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MEDIA RELEASE #2018-008                                                 April 18, 2018 For Immediate Release Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy (Hilo) Investigates Allegation of Sexual Misconduct Ft. Ruger, Hawaii- The Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy Hilo campus is investigating  an allegation by a female cadet that she was inappropriately touched by a male cadre staff member.  The allegation was made last night.  The ...
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DOWNLOAD REPORT – – False Ballistic Missile Alert Investigation for Jan 13, 2018 –DOWNLOAD REPORT

The Governor, along with the State Adjutant General, Maj. Gen. Joe Logan, and Brig. Gen. (RET) Bruce Oliveira, the internal investigating officer of the ballistic missile false alarm incident, will meet with the media Tuesday, January 30, 2018 to release the internal incident investigation report and announce some of the personnel actions that will occur ...
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Late Monday evening, 22 JANUARY 2018, President Trump signed a bill approving a continuing resolution through 8 FEBRUARY 2018 ending a 3-day government shutdown.  All furloughed  employees report to work tomorrow, Tuesday, 23 JANUARY 2018.

Government Shutdown

Posted on Jan 20, 2018 in FY-2018, In The News, News Release

As of 7 p.m., Jan. 19, Hawaii Standard Time, continued Congressional funding for the day-to-day base operations of the U.S. Army and its installations in Hawaii and across the nation have expired. Until new legislation appropriating funds is passed and signed into law by the President, the Army will begin an orderly shutdown of those ...
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