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General News    H3'ed 7/7/21

Bombs In Paradise: Missiles And Munitions Headed To Ewa Beach, Hawaii

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The U.S. Army plans to build an enormous new weapons facility storing stockpiles of conventional warheads and explosives right beside residential communities in Hawaii and near the current Pearl Harbor weapons facilities, thereby raising the possibility of a chain reaction of deadly explosions from these sites known as "sympathetic explosions." The nearby residents would be in the "explosion arc" and express deep concern at such a plan. A detailed report from the military minimizes risks to the residents, as well as minimizing damage to the local environment.  Hawaii is already one of the most militarized places on earth.

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Brad Wolf is a former lawyer, teacher, and community college dean. He has an MFA in Creative Writing and is co-founder of Peace Action Network of Lancaster. He is active with World Beyond War, The Beatitudes Center for Nonviolence, and The (more...)
 

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