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Hawaii Department of Health upholds emergency order to drain Navy’s Red Hill fuel tanks

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U.S. NAVY / 2018
                                Capt. Ken Epps, commanding officer of Naval Facilities Engineering Command, center, briefs a group during a tour of the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.
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Capt. Ken Epps, commanding officer of Naval Facilities Engineering Command, center, briefs a group during a tour of the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.

U.S. NAVY / 2018
                                The Navy’s Mobile Diving Salvage Unit One inspected and sampled water at a well near Pearl Harbor in December. The divers “skimmed” contaminants that floated to the surface of the well.
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U.S. NAVY / 2018

The Navy’s Mobile Diving Salvage Unit One inspected and sampled water at a well near Pearl Harbor in December. The divers “skimmed” contaminants that floated to the surface of the well.

U.S. NAVY / 2018
                                The Navy has been fighting the state’s emergency order to drain its tanks at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility. Above, the tunnel inside of the underground facility.
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U.S. NAVY / 2018

The Navy has been fighting the state’s emergency order to drain its tanks at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility. Above, the tunnel inside of the underground facility.

U.S. NAVY / 2018
                                Capt. Ken Epps, commanding officer of Naval Facilities Engineering Command, center, briefs a group during a tour of the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility.
U.S. NAVY / 2018
                                The Navy’s Mobile Diving Salvage Unit One inspected and sampled water at a well near Pearl Harbor in December. The divers “skimmed” contaminants that floated to the surface of the well.
U.S. NAVY / 2018
                                The Navy has been fighting the state’s emergency order to drain its tanks at the Red Hill Bulk Fuel Storage Facility. Above, the tunnel inside of the underground facility.