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Pentagon says it won’t need live fire training at Makua Valley

Members of Malama Makua held a news conference on Friday after the U.S. Department of Defense announced that the military will no longer hold live fire training in Makua Valley.
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Pictured is an overall view looking toward the center of the valley.
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An overall view looking west of the center of Makua Valley.
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A sign at Makua Valley.
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Malama Makua member Sparky Rodrigues.
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Pictured is an overall view looking toward the center of the valley.
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Speaking is Malama Makuaʻs Vince Kanaʻi Dodge with Sparky Rodrigues in the background.
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Members of Malama Makua held a news conference on Friday after the U.S. Department of Defense announced that the military will no longer hold live fire training in Makua Valley.
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Pictured is the east side of Makua Valley.
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Speaking is Malama Makuaʻs Vince Kanaʻi Dodge.
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A view of the west side of Makua Valley.
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Pictured in the foreground is Malama Makua member Sparky Rodrigues.
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Speaking is Malama Makuaʻs Sparky Rodrigues.
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Members of Malama Makua held a news conference on Friday after the U.S. Department of Defense announced that the military will no longer hold live fire training in Makua Valley.
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The entrance of Makua Valley.
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A sign at the entrance of Makua Valley.

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