Air Marshall Islands

Miss Majel pageant cranks up

Miss Majel pageant cranks up

HILARY HOSIA Miss Marshall Islands (MMI) 2022 organizers engaged with local leadership and island committee representatives of upcoming MMI contestants last Thursday at the International Conference Center. The timeline, rules, regulations and expectations of the two-week pageant were shared during the forum. It was announced that Philippine-based media company CSI will be in charge of […]

Iroojlaplap Mike’s big day

Iroojlaplap Mike’s big day

Numerous Air Marshall Islands flights, ships and boats all have one trajectory this week: Kwajalein Atoll. From top government leadership to residents of remote outer islands in the Ralik Chain, all are aiming to be on Kwajalein Atoll this week — and those that cannot be there in person are sending contributions of many kinds: […]

Bikini Atoll dive bombs

Bikini Atoll dive bombs

Journal 5/31/1985 P1 Rongelapese clash with US ambassador The verbal sparring between US officials and Rongelap Atoll leaders escalated this week when the US ambassador to the United Nations charged that the nearly completed evacuation of Rongelap was instigated by outsiders who were misleading the islanders about radiation contamination on the atoll. Ambassador Harvey Feldman […]

Officer Shicko honored at Kwaj

Officer Shicko honored at Kwaj

HILARY HOSIA The body of Kwajalein Atoll Local Government Police Officer II Shicko Luke received top honors by KALGov honor guards and US Army military police colleagues Wednesday afternoon following the arrival of Shicko Luke at the Bucholz Army Airfield on Kwajalein Atoll. Shicko was one of the original front liners stationed at the Kwaj […]

DCA closes Kili runway

DCA closes Kili runway

All flights to Kili Island were halted this week for an indefinite period of time by the Directorate of Civil Aviation based on safety concerns about the condition of the runway. Anthony Paul, the DCA’s Senior Aviation Inspector/Operations, notified AMI’s Director of Flight Operations Captain Mael Watak on Tuesday this week that the DCA was […]

5 i-Kiribati found adrift

5 i-Kiribati found adrift

Journal 11/16/1984 P1 RepMar moves to protect offshore banking status The Republic of the Marshall Islands is moving toward early enactment of new regulations for its burgeoning offshore banking business. The Marshall Islands government began licensing offshore banks in March 1983. Since then, it has licensed 102 such banks. Because the business of offshore banking […]

Bikini divers out of luck

Bikini divers out of luck

Journal 10/19/1984 P1 Eona Simon is graduated from FBI Academy In a September 14 rebased, William H. Webster, Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, announced the law enforcement officers who graduated from the 138th session of the FBI National Academy. They were honored in ceremonies at the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia. Among several […]

DC-8 service discontinued

DC-8 service discontinued

Journal 4/27/1984P1 Zeder meets with Marshalls’ leaders US Ambassador Fred Zeder arrived in Majuro April 18 for a two day visit enroute to Guam for President Reagan’s meeting next week with Micronesian leaders. President Kabua is scheduled to leave Majuro on Sunday to attend that meeting. Zeder met several times with President Kabua to report […]

1 2 3