1. Army desecration of burials angers Native Hawaiians

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    The Army Stryker brigade expansion in Hawai'i was a 25,000 acre land grab, the largest military buildup since WWII. Many cultural sites were damaged or destroyed by the project despite community protest. Despite warnings that a vast cultural site complex would be harmed by the Army construction, on May 14, 2010, the Army unearthed human remains. Digging continued after the first bone was found. On May 27, 2010, Native Hawaiian cultural practitioners conducted a site visit to survey the desecration site.

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    • Central Vehicle Wash Facility: Operation Safety

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      The Central Vehicle Wash Facility (CVWF) is a high-volume, high-pressure vehicle wash facility. The facility is for vehicle washing and maintenance cleaning, to remove dirt and mud from vehicles so it is not tracked/deposited to other areas around the island. The CVWF is not intended or accessible for tracked vehicles. 1. The facility has one prewash bay, six single-wash stations, and two dual-wash stations to accommodate two single vehicles or one long tandem vehicle. Also, it has a separate four-bay Vehicle Maintenance Wash Facility that will allow unit wash of vehicles prior to garrison maintenance performed elsewhere. 2. Units may come directly from down range to the facility, so vehicles can be washed prior to returning to their garrison locations. 3. Utilization of the CVWF consists of four stations: a. Staging: Units staging vehicles to be washed shall queue along Lyman Road, but will not block traffic on Lyman Road. b. Prewash Bay: A combination of water cannons and water depth up to two feet expedites the removal of mud and debris from the vehicle as it passes through the prewash. If prewashing is not required, the vehicles will proceed directly to the wash stations. No detergents and chemical cleaners are allowed at this wash area. c. Wash Area: All vehicles in this area require a ground guide. High- and low-pressure hoses are used for washing of lightly-soiled vehicles and the final washing of exterior of all vehicles leaving the prewash bay. No detergents and chemical cleaners are allowed at this wash area. d. Vehicle Maintenance Wash Facility: This is a separate four-bay facility used to provide unit washing of vehicles prior to garrison maintenance. Detergents may be used at this wash area. Each wash bay has two hot water high-pressure washer quick connections. Video created and distributed courtesy of U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii.

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      • Central Vehicle Wash Facility Training Video

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        from U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii / Added

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        The Central Vehicle Wash Facility (CVWF) is a high-volume, high-pressure vehicle wash facility. The facility is for vehicle washing and maintenance cleaning, to remove dirt and mud from vehicles so it is not tracked/deposited to other areas around the island. The CVWF is not intended or accesible for tracked vehicles. 1. The facility has one prewash bay, six single-wash stations, and two dual-wash stations to accommodate two single vehicles or one long tandem vehicle. Also, it has a separate four-bay Vehicle Maintenance Wash Facility that will allow unit wash of vehicles prior to garrison maintenance performed elsewhere. 2. Units may come directly from down range to the facility, so vehicles can be washed prior to returning to their garrison locations. 3. Utilization of the CVWF consists of four stations: a. Staging: Units staging vehicles to be washed shall queue along Lyman Road, but will not block traffic on Lyman Road. b. Prewash Bay: A combination of water cannons and water depth up to two feet expedites the removal of mud and debris from the vehicle as it passes through the prewash. If prewashing is not required, the vehicles will proceed directly to the wash stations. No detergents and chemical cleaners are allowed at this wash area. c. Wash Area: All vehicles in this area require a ground guide. High- and low-pressure hoses are used for washing of lightly-soiled vehicles and the final washing of exterior of all vehicles leaving the prewash bay. No detergents and chemical cleaners are allowed at this wash area. d. Vehicle Maintenance Wash Facility: This is a separate four-bay facility used to provide unit washing of vehicles prior to garrison maintenance. Detergents may be used at this wash area. Each wash bay has two hot water high-pressure washer quick connections. Video created and distributed courtesy of U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii.

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        • Delayed Resistance Goes Hot N Cold

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          Delayed Resistance rock band from Schofield Barracks Youth Center. The band was formed as part of a 4-H Music Club.

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          • Firebase Dragon

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            1-14th Infantry Battalion, 2nd Brigade, 25th Infantry Division conducts its Firebase Dragon Field Training Exercise located at Schofield Barracks, Wheeler Army Airfield, and the Kahuku Training Area on the island of Oahu throughout January and February 2015. The Golden Dragons hone their jungle expertise and expeditionary combat skills.

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            • FIREWORKS!

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              4th of July, 2012 fireworks at Schofield Barracks Oahu, Hawaii

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              • Hoobastank - Crawling in the Dark

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                Hoobastank playing "Crawling in the Dark" live- 4th of July, 2012 Schofield Barracks Oahu, Hawaii

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                • Hoobastank - The Reason

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                  Hoobastank - The Reason live 4th of July, 2012. Schofield Barracks Oahu, Hawaii.

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                  • Island Style

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                    Woke up early on the 4th of July to skate the ancient Hawaiian mountain pass of KoleKole. Skaters: Mackenzie Yoshida, Maika McWayne, Bronson Sterling, Mason Valenzuela & Pono. [MSB] Manana Squid Bangahz ALL DAY

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                    • Keeping us safe on the homefront

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                      At a moment's notice, the Army's Special Reaction Teams must be able to assess and handle even the worst situations. Calm and collected, team members keep our servicemembers, families and communities safe. Schofield Baracks, HI

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