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Army Authorities Investigate Bomb Threat at Schofield Barracks

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, Hawaii – Army authorities are investigating a bomb threat received at 12:40 p.m. today at Schofield Barracks in the vicinity of C-Quad.

Facilities have been evacuated after receiving the threat via telephone. Motorists are advised to stay clear of the area.  Macomb Gate is temporarily closed to inbound traffic to support the current law enforcement operations.

Army law enforcement officials and an Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal team are at the scene. C-Quad is on Waianae Avenue on Schofield Barracks parallel to Wilikina Drive.

Submitted by the U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii

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2 Comments for “Army Authorities Investigate Bomb Threat at Schofield Barracks”

  1. How about an old comment! I was stationed at schofield barracks in 1965. I departed with the division in 1966 to 1967. To cuchi Vietnam. After I retired from the army in 1980. My wife and 4 little kids headed for beautiful Hawaii. After a short stay finally found a job at schofield barracks. After 16 years I retired from civil service at schofield barracks. After loving Hawaii for 25 years we returned to the mainland. People ask me why did you leave Hawaii. My daughters live in the mainland. We are old and they care of us. We have been back to Hawaii one time for last 5 years. This January 2012 my brother and I will visit Hawaii. Sure I am excited. Hawaii will always be my home

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