In Our Communities

October 18, 2022

It will take the Navy seven to 10 days to fix three water main breaks on Oahu, Hawaii, Capt. Mark Sohaney, commander of Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, said in a weekend livestream, according to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, as re-published by Stars and Stripes. More than 90,000 people are affected by a boil-water advisory after the lines broke late last week….

Soldiers, veterans, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland civilian personnel and their families turned out earlier this month for the Harford County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Spirit of Thanks event. APG Senior Commander Maj. Gen. Robert Edmonson II said the new fiscal year brings new opportunities to engage with the community’s youth. “We are going to bring them on post so they can see more of what we do,” Edmondson said. “Whether you are a scientist or a ballistics expert, we need the community to help us educate the young folks about what we do at APG.”

APG News photo by Rachel Ponder

October 18, 2022

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