Gabbard Plans Rally after Rocky Presidential Campaign Launch
U.S. Rep. Tulsi Gabbard expects to kick off her presidential campaign with a rally in her home state of Hawaii this weekend.
Survivors Gather at Pearl Harbor for Attack Remembrance
About 20 survivors gathered at Pearl Harbor to pay tribute to the thousands of men lost in the Japanese attack 77 years ago.
Hawaii's False Missile Alert Leads to New Recommendations
The report calls for mandating that software vendors include message preview and cancelling features in the alert software.
Hawaii Marker to Honor Hundreds of WWII Prisoners of War
U.S. Army Air Corps veteran Daniel Crowley endured more than three years of slave labor while held prisoner by Japan during W...
Coast Guard Investigating Incident Aboard Hawaii Lava Tour Boat
Hawaii tour boat operators plan to continue taking visitors to see lava, but will follow the Coast Guard's revised policy.
US Military Aims for $1B Missile Defense Radar in Hawaii
The U.S. military wants to install missile defense radar to identify any ballistic missiles that are fired from North Korea.
Sailors Honor Pearl Harbor Survivor During One Last Visit
Ray Emory survived the early morning attack on Pearl Harbor that killed nearly 2,400 servicemen nearly 80 years ago.
Jim Nabors, TV's Favorite Marine, Dies at 87
Nabors, the shy Alabaman whose down-home comedy made him a TV star as Gomer Pyle and whose surprisingly operatic voice kept...
Top Official Resigns after False Missile Alert in Hawaii
Hawaii's emergency management leader resigned and an employee who sent a false alert falsely has been fired.
Hawaii Officials Mistakenly Warn of Inbound Ballistic Missile
The Hawaii Emergency Management Agency is trying to determine what caused the false alarm.
Pearl Harbor Survivors Remember Those Killed 76 Years Ago
About 20 survivors attended the event at a grassy looking overlooking harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial.
9 Killed When US Sub Hit Japanese Fishing Ship Remembered
Families of nine killed when a U.S. Navy submarine rammed into a Japanese fishing ship 16 years ago remembered their loved on...
Hawaii Helicopter Crash Pilot is National Guard Black Hawk Pilot
The pilot of a tour helicopter that crashed in Pearl Harbor last week felt a vibration then heard a grinding noise and a loud...
Exhumation Begins for Unidentified Remains From USS Oklahoma
Officials this month have started to exhume the unidentified remains of USS Oklahoma crew members killed in the 1941 Japanese...
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Soldier Killed, 12 Injured in Humvee Rollover at Fort Polk
Staff Sgt. Jacob Hess died in the crash that occurred at Fort Polk during exercises at the Joint Readiness Training Center.
Two Fort Hood Soldiers Arrested in Prostitution Sting
In total, 15 people were arrested and nine women were directed to support services that help victims of human trafficking.
Army Fields Tiny Pocket Drones to Paratroopers at Fort Bragg
Equipment officials recently fielded the Army's first pocket-sized drones to units of the 82nd Airborne Division.
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An F-16 fighter jet crashed into a warehouse just outside March Air Reserve Base, sending a dozen people to hospitals.
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A former commander of the Pearl Harbor destroyer USS Chafee received a scathing censure from the secretary of the Navy.
Air Force News
Air Force's Space 'Think Tank' Studies Future of Conflict Beyond Earth
Within the Air Command and Staff College resides a task force that has one core mission: to be America's think tank for space...
B-52 Bomber Removed from 'Boneyard' to Return to Service
A crew flew the plane nicknamed "Wise Guy" to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana from Tucson.
Air Force Secretary Wants Pilots to Get More Simulator Time
Air Force Secretary Heather Wilson said that more simulator time should be a "no-brainer" for pilots to become proficient.
Marine Corps News
Sikorsky Gets $1.1B Contract for Marine Helicopters
The King Stallion helicopter can fly higher and farther and with far heavier cargoes than existing helicopters.
1st Woman Completes Marines' Urban Leaders Course
Lance Cpl. Autumn Taniguchi finished the three-week course that prepares leathernecks to lead troops in urban environments.
A Separate War: Pioneering Black Marines Endured, Prevailed
The first African Americans admitted to the Marine Corps after Roosevelt's order were put in segregated units.
Coast Guard News
Coast Guard Commander Dies from Injuries in Motorcycle Crash
The staff of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Alder described Commander Waters as a "tenacious Black hull sailor and Cutterman."
Coast Guard: 2 More Bodies Found After Alaska Planes Crash
The two planes collided in mid-air Monday, killing six people, the Coast Guard said.
Team Heads to Alaska to Probe Sightseeing Planes Collision
Four people were killed after the floatplanes carrying cruise ship tourists collided near Ketchikan, the Coast Guard said.