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U.S. defense secretary meets leaders, presides over ceremony on Oahu

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                                Adm. John Aquilino, left, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Fleet Master Chief David Isom stood at the beginning of Friday’s ceremony to promote Adm. Samuel Paparo to INDOPACOM commander.
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CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM

Adm. John Aquilino, left, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Fleet Master Chief David Isom stood at the beginning of Friday’s ceremony to promote Adm. Samuel Paparo to INDOPACOM commander.

COURTESY MANDY FEINDT
                                Protesters, including military service members and family members sickened during the Red Hill water crisis, gathered outside the federal courthouse Friday morning to protest Adm. Samuel Paparo’s promotion to INDOPACOM commander as a mass lawsuit trial by Red Hill families against the U.S. government continues.
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COURTESY MANDY FEINDT

Protesters, including military service members and family members sickened during the Red Hill water crisis, gathered outside the federal courthouse Friday morning to protest Adm. Samuel Paparo’s promotion to INDOPACOM commander as a mass lawsuit trial by Red Hill families against the U.S. government continues.

CRAIG T. KOJIMA / CKOJIMA@STARADVERTISER.COM
                                Adm. John Aquilino, left, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin and Fleet Master Chief David Isom stood at the beginning of Friday’s ceremony to promote Adm. Samuel Paparo to INDOPACOM commander.
COURTESY MANDY FEINDT
                                Protesters, including military service members and family members sickened during the Red Hill water crisis, gathered outside the federal courthouse Friday morning to protest Adm. Samuel Paparo’s promotion to INDOPACOM commander as a mass lawsuit trial by Red Hill families against the U.S. government continues.