Upon a Soldier's death, the U.S. Army is required to make a reasonable and good faith effort to determine if any local debts exist. Legal notices for claims of indebtedness will be posted for three weeks.
The Directorate of Public Works' Work Management Branch processes all demand maintenance orders and work orders for maintenance, repairs and construction requirements.
Information on caring for the shoreline of Mokulēʻia on the North Shore. The kahakai, or shoreline, sustains native Hawaiian plants, wildlife and our community.
MilitaryChildCare.com provides a single online gateway for families to access military-operated or military-subsidized child care options worldwide across all branches of service to include on-post Child Development Centers and authorized Family Child Care homes. The site enables families to create a household profile, conduct child care searches, submit requests for care, and manage their requests at any time and from any location.
The Military Personnel Division provides military personnel services required by customers upon arrival/departure from the installation and other personnel actions initiated by Soldiers, civilians, family members and retirees. It encompasses DEERS/ID Cards, Soldier For Life-Transition Assistance Program, Out-Processing, Department of the Army Boards, Personnel Automation (PAS), Transition Center, Retirement Services, Medical Retirement and Medical Discharge, Chapters, End Term of Service, Reassignments, Family Travel, Student Travel, Early Return of Dependents, Command Sponsorship, Exceptional Family Member Program, Compassionate Reassignments, Passports, Naturalization, Levy Brief, Casualty Assistance Center, Soldier Readiness Processing-Mobilization, and Congressional.
Mold can grow almost anywhere; learning to identify, report and remediate it correctly is something we can all do.
Information about off-roading at Kaena Point to include how to get a permit and steps to take to help protect our fragile ecosystem.
The Out-Processing Center assists Soldiers who are departing U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii either for permanent change of station, or PCS; end tour of service, or ETS; separation from service, i.e. chapter; or retirement.
The Passport & Visa Office assists with official, no-fee and diplomatic passports and visas for Soldiers, civilian employees and family members. Passports for unofficial and leisure travel must be applied for through a U.S. Department of State Passport Acceptance Facility (typically a post office, library or academic institution).
U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii command policies, memorandums and other publications.
The Prevention Education Program offers alcohol and other drug prevention, education services to active duty, family members, and retirees, Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers, and Department of the Army civilians.
Ready Army is the Army’s proactive campaign to increase the resilience of the Army community and enhance the readiness of the force by informing Soldiers, civilian employees and their families of relevant hazards and encouraging them to Be Informed, Make A Plan, Build a Kit and Get Involved.
Take advantage of recycling programs available on post! Recycling is a simple way that you can help out the environment and preserve our natural resources from being depleted.
U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii is fully committed to providing a safe, secure environment on our installations. Contains information on how to elevate issues with on post family housing or on post barracks.
The Retirement Services Office provides quality service regarding benefits, entitlements, information and referral to retirees, their family as well as active duty Soldiers and their family preparing for retirement.
The Risk Reduction Program is designed to assist in decreasing Soldiers' high-risk behaviors thus increasing Soldier and mission readiness.
The Safe Drinking Water Act requires all community water systems to provide an annual Consumer Confidence Report to their customers. The reports are designed to educate the public on the origin of the water, the source of potential problems and the steps used to ensure that the water is safe to drink.
Information on the Schofield Generating Station Project, a 50-megawatt biofuel-capable power generation plant, a secure, inland source of renewable power that would benefit Oahu residents by supplying power to the island-wide grid during normal operations.
The Soldier for Life Council is the volunteer retiree organization for U.S. Army Hawaii. They meet semi-annually, publish a newsletter and host an annual Retiree Appreciation Day.
Information on the Army's program to reduce the financial burden for spouses by reimbursing re-licensing when moving to a new state.
The Suicide Prevention Program office provides support to active duty Army, Reserve, family members and Department of the Army civilians assigned to Hawaii.
There are two thrift shops serving the U.S. Army Hawaii community - one on Fort Shafter and one on Schofield Barracks. They are run by the Hui spouses' clubs. All proceeds go back into the community, supporting scholarships and welfare grants.
The Transition Assistance Program, or TAP, delivers a world-class transition program for America’s Army that empowers members to make informed career decisions that enhances lives, communities and the nation. The program enables Soldiers to capitalize on their Army experience and skills.
Trial Defense Service provides fully confidential legal representation for Soldiers stationed in Hawaii facing actions initiated on the basis of violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice.
TV2 provides audio and video support, and oversees the Department of the Army Photo Labs on Fort Shafter and Schofield Barracks.