Monthly Archives: November 2007

Soldier held in alleged dorm thefts

Soldier held in alleged dorm thefts By Gene Park gpark@starbulletin.com An Army specialist about to be deployed to Iraq went into the University of Hawaii dormitories Sunday and allegedly pilfered panties and an iPod, police said. Spc. Mark Heath, 20, was charged Monday night with first-degree burglary and unauthorized entry into a dwelling. He was… Read more »

The Critical Networks Are Social – Not Electronic

The Project Kai e’e / UARC scandal at the University of Hawai’i was all about network centric warfare technology research, testing and development and the use of a public university as the front to channel congressionally earmarked funds to defense contractors conducting their programs at the Pacific Missile Range Facility on Kaua’i.  This article is… Read more »

Stryker soldier charged with UH dorm break-in

Army man charged with UH dorm break-in By Rod Ohira Advertiser Staff Writer A 20-year-old man assigned to the Army’s Stryker brigade at Schofield charged in connection with Sunday’s alleged break-in at a University of Hawai’i at Manoa dorm room was in possession of stolen property, which included women’s underwear and an iPod, according to… Read more »

War and Peace: The challenges of staging modern-day makahiki celebrations on military lands

WAR AND PEACE The challenges of staging modern-day makahiki celebrations on military lands By Lisa Asato Publications Editor Twenty-first century makahiki festivals encounter modern-day challenges, such as coordinating with the military for access and trying to stay true to tradition, but festival organizers at a recent panel discussion said they are undeterred and continue to… Read more »

Drawing Battle Lines: Hawaiians on both sides testify at Stryker hearings

Drawing Battle Lines Hawaiians on both sides testify at Stryker hearings By lisa Asato Publications Editor The Army wrapped up five public hearings in Hawai‘i last month on its proposal to permanently base the Stryker Brigade Combat Team in Hawai‘i, Alaska or Colorado. The hearings were the result of a ruling last year by the… Read more »