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Army to resume live-fire training at Makua

There are 4 comments on the Army Times story from Jul 17, 2009, titled Army to resume live-fire training at Makua. In it, Army Times reports that:

The Army announced Thursday that it plans to resume live-firing training in Makua Valley on Oahu after being legally blocked from conducting such exercises for five years.

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#1 Jul 20, 2009
Go Army!
Kaohi- Waianae

Kapolei, HI

#2 Dec 26, 2009
GO ARMY according to Manawai from Honolulu, Hawaii Cool!
Stupid is stupid and Honolulu has the highest drop out rate in their nation. Why? Because their reading comprehension doesn't exist. Libraries are closing and sustainable 2050 planning is their exit plan. Depleted uranium is not safe and truly hazardous to everyone's health, as in death.
Prescott-Nanakul i

Honolulu, HI

#3 Jul 8, 2014
Go! Go! Army. Pohakuloa has been used by Hawaii’s National Guardsmen and active duty military since WWII. Are they justified in using the area? The answer is yes. Over 100,000 of our military died protecting the lives of our people and defending the islands during WWII. Thousands more died in Korea, Vietnam and the Middle East protecting our freedom. There is no piece of property more important or valuable than the lives of those serving our country, many of whom are our relatives.

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#4 Aug 2, 2014

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