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Could Army Downsizing Be Good for Oahu?

A forum this past Thursday at the Center for Hawaiian Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, discussed why Army downsizing on Oahu could have substantial benefits for the people of Hawaii.

The military controls 25 percent of Oahu land. The downsizing would affect a portion of the Army, potentially paving the way for the return to the state and its people of Schofield Barracks, Wheeler Army Air Field, Dillingham Military Reservation, Makua Valley and the Kolekole Pass road, along with their structures and facilities.

The panelists included MC Dexter Keeaumoku Kaiama, Ilima Long, S. Joe ("Uncle Joe") Estores, Manu Kaiama and Pauline Pilialoha Yap.

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