The 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.
Changes to the TRICARE program policy requires Reserve Select (TRS) and Retired Reserve (TRR) beneficiaries to establish an automated method for payment of monthly premiums and discontinues the acceptance of checks as a form of monthly payment. This policy change was effective January, 2013 across all regions, but was temporarily suspended for the West Region ...
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By Cindy Ujimori and Kyle Karioka If you have participated in our Over the Edge of Waikiki fundraiser, chances are your rappel was conducted by a volunteer from the Hawai’i Army National Guard’s 93rd Weapons of Mass Destruction – Civil Support Team. This amazing unit has volunteered their time and expertise during the last four ...
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KALAELOA, HI- Major General Darryll D.M. Wong, State Adjutant General, has announced that the Hawaii Army National Guard’s 29th Infantry Brigade Combat Team (IBCT) will not be mobilized as an entire brigade in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in 2013. For Immediate Release December 19, 2011 HAWAII ARMY NATIONAL GUARD’S 29th INFANTRY BRIGADE COMBAT ...
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