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  • Medical experts join partners in Indonesia, improve pandemic response abilities

    One of things that the Hawaii National Guard excels at is building international relationships through the sharing of knowledge such as in this week's Biologic Pandemic Medical Operations Subject Matter Expert Exchange being held in Jakarta, Indonesia.
  • Hawaii guardsmen validate life-saving skills in NGB exercise evaluation

    More than 120 Airmen and Soldiers from the Hawaii National Guard applied their life-saving skills during a mass-casualty, evaluation exercise March 9, at Kalaeloa. The training entailed a series of chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and high-yield explosive scenarios under the observance of federal evaluators, who validates the response mission every three years. Upon completion, members of the National Guard Bureau Joint Interagency Training and Education Center presented the validation to the Hawaii National Guard Adjutant General, Maj Gen. Arthur Logan.
  • Life saver takes ‘fast track’ in career progression

    For Senior Airman Casey Whitworth, it’s hard to imagine a lifestyle that doesn’t involve helping others. As a fulltime beach lifeguard at Marine Corps Base Hawaii and medical first-responder in the Hawaii Air National Guard, Whitworth’s lifesaving skills can be called upon at any time.
  • Hydrogen fuel tech used for HIANG training

    Fuel cell technology has been integrated into a Hawaii Air National Guard exercise for the first time September 8, at Kalaeloa. as part of a bilateral training event with Indonesian Forces.
  • Detachment 1 leads MEDCAP exercises, emphasizes disaster preparedness

    Approximately 40 members of the Hawaii Air National Guard Detachment 1, 154th Medical Group travelled to Nevada to lead a Medical Capabilities [MEDCAP] exercise Jan. 26 to Feb. 2.