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  • Hawaii ANG Airmen continue logistics support in D.C.

    Before the attacks on the U.S. Capitol Building took place in January and the mass deployment of more National Guard forces, a small team of Hawaii Air National Guard Airmen relocated to Washington D.C., starting December 28, 2020, to provide logistical support for the Presidential Inauguration.

  • Combat Comm Airmen resume training amongst HIANG ohana

    Oahu residents belonging to the 291st and 292nd Combat Communications Squadrons (CBCS) experienced an unconventional drill weekend June 6-7, as their monthly training was reassigned to JBPH-H, rather than their respective units, located on neighboring islands.

  • Team Hickam conducts Hawaii flyover honoring those who 'flatten the curve'

    Total force aviators from the Hawaii Air National Guard’s 154th Wing and the Active Duty 15th Wing soared past most major hospitals throughout the state of Hawaii May 14, as a symbolic ‘salute’ toward frontline medical workers and all residents who are taking a stand against the spread of COVID-19.

  • Death and Taxes: what’s your plan?

    With the tax season upon us, what could be a more appropriate time than revisiting your estate plan? Still today, when we hear the term “estate plan” many think of those folks seen on the vintage TV show, Robin Leach’s “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous.” Not so much anymore.

  • Stealth fighters combine airpower in new fighter exercise

    More than 600 U.S. Air Force guardsmen, reservists and active duty Airmen completed a new fighter exercise Feb. 7, at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, featuring the integration of the world’s most advanced, fifth-generation airframes. 

  • Hawaii TAG visits JBPH-H during Sentry Aloha 20-1

    Adjutant General of Hawaii, Maj. Gen. Kenneth S. Hara, visited Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPH-H) during Sentry Aloha exercise training, January 21, 2020. Approximately 35 aircraft and 1,000 personnel from eight states participated in the two-week air exercise.