Army to seek lease extension of state-owned land at Pohakuloa

  • A field communications center is set up for live fire training at Pohakuloa Training Area in 2019. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • Col. Brendan Raymond, 25th Infantry Division Artillery Commander stands in front of a scale model of the live fire area at Pohakuloa Training Area in 2019. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

  • The U.S. Army is seeking input for an upcoming environmental impact statement to retain its lease over nearly 23,000 acres at Pohakuloa Training Area. The acreage is identified in orange on this map. (Courtesy PTA/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Howitzer 155mm artillery units participate in live fire training at Pohakuloa Training Area in 2019. (Laura Ruminski/West Hawaii Today)

The U.S. Army is seeking input for an upcoming environmental impact statement to retain its lease of nearly 23,000 acres at Pohakuloa Training Area.