{FD} Pearl Harbor survivors to remember those killed

Survivors will gather at the site of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor to remember fellow servicemen killed in the early morning raid 76 years ago.

{FD} Military IDs 100 killed on USS Oklahoma in Pearl Harbor

The military has identified 100 sailors and Marines killed when the USS Oklahoma capsized during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor 76 years ago, officials said Friday.

{FD} Search on for escaped psychiatric patient who flew to Maui

Hawaii authorities are searching for a man who was found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity after he escaped from the state hospital outside Honolulu and flew to Maui.

{FD} US general: We’ll fly where international rules allow

The U.S. Air Force’s top commander in the Asia-Pacific region says his troops haven’t changed the way they operate since North Korea asserted it would have the right to shoot down U.S. bombers even in international airspace.

US shoots down medium-range ballistic missile in Hawaii test

The U.S. military has shot down a medium range ballistic missile during a test off Hawaii.

5 missing after Army helicopter crashes in ocean off Hawaii

A multi-agency team scoured the ocean off Hawaii for five soldiers aboard an Army helicopter that went down during a nighttime training exercise.

{FD} Q&A: What does the US military do on the island of Guam?

The small U.S. territory of Guam has become a focal point after North Korea’s army threatened to use ballistic missiles to create an “enveloping fire” around the island.

{FD} Newborn Hawaiian monk seal to be moved out of Waikiki

State and federal authorities plan to move a newborn Hawaiian monk seal away from congested Waikiki so it can remain a wild animal and won’t become accustomed to interacting with people.

{FD} 19 attorneys general seek military transgender protections

The top legal officers in 18 states and the District of Columbia are asking Congress to pass legislation prohibiting discrimination against transgender service members.

{FD} Soldier stayed in Army despite support for Islamic State

In 2012, the U.S. Army revoked the security clearance of a soldier arrested on terrorism charges over the weekend because he had shown support for the Islamic State group.