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Army desecrates more Native Hawaiian burials in Lihu’e (Schofield), O’ahu

April 30, 2011  

The Army has desecrated another set of iwi kupuna (Native Hawaiian ancestral human remains) approximately 600 yards from the site of a previous desecration in 2010. Thomas Lenchanko, a lineal descendant... 

Oahu residents can expect more helicopter noise

April 29, 2011  

The Honolulu Star Advertiser reports that O’ahu residents should expect more helicopter noise: Some additional helicopter noise is coming the way of residents in the vicinity of H-1 and Moanalua... 

Army violated Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations regarding Depleted Uranium

April 28, 2011  

The Army appears to have violated Nuclear Regulatory Commission regulations by conducting activities to remove and disturb depleted uranium contamination in the Schofield Range on O’ahu.  A letter... 

Lines between intelligence and military functions becoming blurred

April 28, 2011  

The New York Times reports that President Obama will announce that Leon Panetta, director of the CIA, will replace Robert Gates has Secretary of Defense, and that General David Petreaus will become director... 

Return of US forces to Subic possible

April 27, 2011  

When you cut off a tentacle of a he’e (octopus), the severed arm grows back.  Such is the case with the monstrous octopus of the U.S. military in the Asia-Pacific region.  With the U.S. bases in... 

Public may observe NRC conference re: Army possession of depleted uranium w/o license

April 27, 2011  

Mahalo to Cory Harden of the Sierra Club Moku Loa Chapter for this information about a Nuclear Regulatory Commission predecisional enforcement conference regarding the apparent Army possession of depleted... 

Waikele gulch explosion: land use violations cited by City

April 26, 2011  

The recent explosion and death of five workers in the Waikele tunnels involved activities that violated City zoning laws. On his recent radio program Carroll Cox discussed a Notice of Violation of preservation... 

Military personnel drive demand for synthetic drugs

April 25, 2011  

The Honolulu Star Advertiser reports that there military is contending with an epidemic of drug use involving “Spice” and “Bath Salts”, synthetic cannabinoids. The military, U.S.... 

“Living Along the Fenceline” screenings and talks in East SF Bay Area

April 25, 2011  

Women for Genuine Security and UC Berkeley, Center for the Study of Sexual Cultures present: LIVING ALONG THE FENCELINE MILITARY VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN, DEMILITARIZATION, & FEMINIST CONCEPTS OF SECURITY Speaker:... 

Nanakuli industrial park dead

April 24, 2011  

As we reported previously, the Wai’anae community won a major victory by stopping the proposed industrial park encroachment into agricultural land in Lualualei.  The struggle is not over however. ... 

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