Monthly Archives: November 2012

Soldier crashes near Lānaʻi lookout after domestic violence incident and car chase

A soldier got into an argument with his wife, fired shots into the air and at cars near his military housing complex, and led military police on a car chase until crashing near the Lānaʻi lookout in east Oʻahu. KITV reports “Suspect chase ends in crash at Lanai lookout” (November 22, 2012): Colonel Mike Donnelly told… Read more »

Poseidon jets may not be stationed in Hawaiʻi afterall, as other military budget cuts are proposed

It appears that the Navy is changing its mind about stationing 18 P-8A Poseidon aircraft at the Marine Corps Base Hawaii Kaneohe Bay.  Why?  Besides saving money, it seems the base would be too crowded with the proposed stationing of Osprey and Apache aircraft and absorbing up to 3700 more Marines as part of the… Read more »

Militarization in the Pacific – Teresia Teaiwa

Church of the Crossroads, United Church of Christ A Just Peace and Open and Affirming Congregation The Watada Lectures 2012 November 8-11 Militarization in the Pacific featuring Dr. Teresia Teaiwa Thurs. Nov. 8, 5:30 – 7:00 pm   UH Manoa Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies  “Fiji, Women, Soldiers, And Poetry” Sponsors: Center for Pacific Island Studies,… Read more »