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Native Hawaiian Covenant

Army and Hawaii leaders signed a first-ever Native Hawaiian Covenant on March 24, 2010, to forge “a stronger relationship of cooperation, appreciation and understanding of Hawaii’s native culture and resources, as well as the Army’s role in Hawaii and the inclusiveness of its Soldiers in the local communities.”

U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii aims to educate, inform and promote events and activities of interest to the U.S. Army Hawaii community about Native Hawaiian culture, customs and values. The U.S. Army Hawaii community is encouraged to participate in Native Hawaiian events and activities.

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