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

  • 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. 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.

    COURTESY U.S MARINE CORPS

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

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