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Twenty-eight projects made up the original Stryker Brigade Combat Team transformation programmatic agreement. Since 2004, thirteen have been completed, two have been cancelled, three are still in progress, and ten are still pending. The projects include a wide range of construction and modernization. Sites for the SBCT transformation upgrades include Schofield Barracks, Pohakuloa Training Area, Wheeler Army Airfield, and areas that connect Schofield Barracks to Dillingham and Helemano.

Stryker brigade projects at PTA continue

Twenty-eight projects made up the original Stryker Brigade Combat Team transformation programmatic agreement. Since 2004, thirteen have been completed, two have been cancelled, three are still in progress, and ten are still pending. The projects include a wide range of construction and modernization. Sites for the SBCT transformation upgrades include Schofield Barracks, Pohakuloa Training Area, […]

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The Saddle Road and Mauna Kea access road are both closed due to the brushfire near mile marker 33 jumping three firebreaks. The fire is moving towards Mauna Kea State Park.

Roadblocks have been set-up at the 8 mile marker in Kaumana and the Highway 190 - Saddle Road intersection in West Hawaii. Motorists are advised to seek alternate routes. There is no reported estimate on when the road may re-open.

Saddle Road closed, brushfire not contained Sunday (Aug 22)

The Saddle Road and Mauna Kea access road are both closed due to the brushfire near mile marker 33 jumping three firebreaks. The fire is moving towards Mauna Kea State Park. Roadblocks have been set-up at the 8 mile marker in Kaumana and the Highway 190 – Saddle Road intersection in West Hawaii. Motorists are […]

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Live multimedia broadcasts on the Big Island begin August 1st

Live multimedia broadcasts on the Big Island begin August 1st

MEDIA RELEASE July 20, 2009, Big Island of Hawaii….. Big Island residents will be able to receive news, information and entertainment live and in real time starting 5:00 PM, Saturday, August 1, when Big Island Live Broadcasting Network (BILB) launches its premier broadcast via the internet on www.bigislandlive.com. The unified multimedia network will be using […]

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