Pot Hunting in Hawaii

Harding, Steve
April 2006
Soldiers;Apr2006, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p32
The article reports on the marijuana-eradication missions of the Hawaii Army National Guard's Reconnaissance and Interdiction Detachment. National Guard members are Constitutionally allowed to assist local, state and federal law-enforcement agencies with their activities against drug trafficking. The OH-58 military helicopter is used by the Hawaii Army National Guard for hunting marijuana plantations.


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