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The Hawaii National Guard said today the increase in military aircraft doing takeoffs and landings at Hilo International Airport is a National Guard exercise.
The exercise is scheduled to conclude on March 11.
Visiting units are taking part in training exercises with the units from Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam units. Those visiting units include fighter aircraft from Alaska and C-130s from the Nevada Air National Guard.
According to the Hawaii National Guard, the exercise is a training opportunity intended to evaluate the 15th Wing and Hawaii Air National Guard’s ability to generate and deploy combat power.
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