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Army, community are at a pivot point at training range lease renewals in Hawaii

William Cole
COURTESY U.S. ARMY
                                The Army is hoping to continue using 6,300 acres of state-owned leased land on Oahu, including 760 acres at Makua Military Reservation. Pictured are soldiers conduct an exercise in Makua Valley.
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COURTESY U.S. ARMY

The Army is hoping to continue using 6,300 acres of state-owned leased land on Oahu, including 760 acres at Makua Military Reservation. Pictured are soldiers conduct an exercise in Makua Valley.

COURTESY U.S MARINE CORPS 
                                U.S Marines disembarked an MV-22 Osprey during an exercise at Pohakuloa Training Area.
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COURTESY U.S MARINE CORPS

U.S Marines disembarked an MV-22 Osprey during an exercise at Pohakuloa Training Area.

COURTESY U.S. ARMY
                                The Army is hoping to continue using 6,300 acres of state-owned leased land on Oahu, including 760 acres at Makua Military Reservation. Pictured are soldiers conduct an exercise in Makua Valley.
COURTESY U.S MARINE CORPS 
                                U.S Marines disembarked an MV-22 Osprey during an exercise at Pohakuloa Training Area.