Gabbard, off National Guard Duty, Rules out Running as Independent
Gabbard, 38, has served more than 16 years in the Hawaii National Guard.
Jacket Found in France Tracked Back to World War II Vet in Hawaii
The jacket was purchased for $15 from a French farmer and ended up with the Seattle nisei vets hall.
Hawaii Destroyer Ignores China in 'Freedom of Navigation' Sail in China Sea
The USS Wayne E. Meyer sailed within 12 nautical miles of Fiery Cross and Mischief Reefs in the South China Sea.
USS Arizona Memorial Repairs Near Completion
The sunken battleship memorial, one of the most visited attractions in the state, sees 4,000 to 5,000 people a day.
Coast Guard Cutters Join Fleet in Rare Ceremony
The cutters Kimball and Midgett are expected to extend the reach of the unique capabilities of the Coast Guard.
Pearl Harbor Destroyer USS Michael Murphy Returns After 92 Days at Sea
It was an eventful 92 days at sea for the destroyer USS Michael Murphy, which returned Monday to Pearl Harbor.
Coast Guard Ramps Up in Hawaii with 2 New Ships
A dual commissioning of the two new 418-foot flagship national security cutters is scheduled for Aug. 24.
Hickam Airman Rebuffs Flak for Speaking Spanish in Uniform
The airman's stand against discrimination has gained some fervent support on social media.
Air Force and Army Practice Aeromedical Evacuation in Hawaii
The point of the exercise in interoperability was to practice rapidly treating casualties.
Coast Guard Cutter Provides World War II Aviator with Final Sendoff
His memorial service took place on board the Coast Guard cutter Oliver Berry.
USS Preble to Be First Destroyer Equipped with Laser Defense System
The USS Preble will be the first destroyer to be equipped with a high-energy laser to counter surface craft and drones.
University of Hawaii Lab Forges Ahead with $77.2M in Navy Funding
UH's Navy-sponsored lab is one of 13 university-affiliated research centers within the Defense Department.
Former USS Chafee Commander Censured in 'Fat Leonard' Corruption Case
A former commander of the Pearl Harbor destroyer USS Chafee received a scathing censure from the secretary of the Navy.
19 Army AH-64 Apache Helicopters Circle Oahu in Rare Flyover
An Army AH-64 Apache unit at Wheeler Army Airfield made some history -- and gained a lot of attention from the shore.
Younger Okinawans Are More Tolerant of US Military Presence, Study Finds
Approximately 54,000 U.S. personnel are stationed in Japan, with about half of those on Okinawa.
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After PT Deaths, Air Force Weighs Separating Waist Measurement from Fitness Test
The Air Force's top enlisted leader said some airmen go to extremes, even starving themselves, to pass the tape test.
Air Force to Institute New Fitness Requirements for Commanders
Starting next week, commanders will be expected to stay in shape, according to Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein.
The Air Force Has Declared War on Hopelessness in the Ranks
Toxic leadership appears to contribute to "hopelessness," according to the top enlisted person and chief of staff.
This Osprey-Style Drone Could Help Marines Protect Navy Warships
The Marine Corps is considering using a massive drone not unlike its MV-22B Osprey to protect ships.
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How the card was discovered after 50 years missing is an unlikely story of serendipity.
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A tiger stripe uniform like the one John Wayne wore in the 1968 film "The Green Berets" is making something of a comeback.
Decorated Veteran's Widow on a Mission to 'Let Everyone Know What a Hero He Was'
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Navy Commander Accused of Rape Sentenced to Year in the Brig for Lesser Assault Charge
Neuhart pleaded guilty to charges of assault and behavior unbecoming of an officer on before a Navy judge in San Diego.
Lasers That Take Out Drones and Small Boats Could Be Mounted On More Navy Ships
Navy warship is getting a laser five times stronger than the one the service has tested in the past.
Navy Considers Opening Parts of Naval Air Station Oceana to Public
The Navy is considering opening parts of Naval Air Station Oceana to the public and leasing the land to private companies.
Air Force News
'Col. Ned Stark' Sounds Off on Air Force Promotion System Overhaul
Col. Jason Lamb, took the stage before a packed audience of airmen with Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly.
About 75 People Gather at Area 51 Gate, 1 Person Arrested
The "Storm Area 51" invitation spawned festivals in the tiny Nevada towns of Rachel and Hiko nearest the military site.
For Air Force Drone Operators, Connection with Unmanned Aircraft Runs Deep
Air Force Col. Stephen Jones admits that having emotional ties to a drone may seem a bit strange to an outsider.
Marine Corps News
13 Marine Lance Corporals Charged in Connection with Major Human Smuggling Scheme
The 13 junior Marines, all based at Camp Pendleton, have been charged for violating the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
Beretta PMX Submachine Gun Makes US Debut at Modern Day Marine
Beretta Defense Technologies showed off a production model of its PMX submachine gun for the first time this week.
Marines Eyeing Futuristic Remote Turret for AAVs
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Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Commander Charged with Importing Narcotics
According to a complaint, James Silcox III received three shipments of Tramadol to post-office boxes over the summer.
Coast Guard Discovers Abandoned Panga Boat with 41 Bales of Marijuana
A helicopter crew was dispatched to conduct a search for possible people in distress.
Wreckage from Fatal Boat Fire Taken to Naval Base Ventura County
A ship-tracking website shows the barge that transported the Conception in Port Hueneme.