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20100422: Army Urges Vehicle Registration

20100422: Army Urges Vehicle Registration

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Media release from U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii. For more information, call 808-656-3157.
Media release from U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii. For more information, call 808-656-3157.

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Published by: U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii on Jul 27, 2010
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Media Release
Public Affairs OfficeU.S. Army Garrison, Hawaii(808)656-3157
“Malama na Koa” 
Release number: 2010-04-08April 22, 2010FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Army Urges Vehicle Registration
Army officials are urging all drivers who live on, work on, or frequently use Army installations to register their vehicles at an Army VehicleRegistration Office and to display an official military decal on their vehicles, by May 1, as part of an initiative to enhance installation security.Beginning May 1, drivers who do not have a current military decal (DD Form 2220) or Armypass will be routed to the closest Visitor Control Center (VCC) for a temporary access pass.VCCs are located at Schofield Barracks
Lyman gate, Fort Shafter’s Buckner gate, and TriplerArmy Medical Center’s main gate
, and can provide passes ranging in length from one-day toone-week, based on need.
We understand that not everyone will have the opportunity to register for decals prior toMay 1, so we will initially have temporary seven-day
passes available,” said Gordon L.
Wiborg Jr., Security Division chief, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Directorate of Emergency
Services. “Our goal is to make this transition as smooth as possible
, giving folks a little extratime and the opportunity to get their decals at their earliest 
 The registration requirement will help ensure the safety and security of Soldiers, familiesand civilians who work or live on USAG-HI installations, as well as standardizing ArmyHawaii vehicle registration policies, and ultimately improving traffic flow through securitycheckpoints.Anyone who accesses Army installations for recurring activities,
such as doctor’s
appointments, grocery shopping, or the like, should seriously consider registering theirvehicles, according to Wiborg.
(Registration) is really a quick and easy, one-time process that takes only about fiveminutes
he said.
The big benefit is time savings. Taking those few minutes to register andget a decal means not having to take more time later getting a temporary pass each time youwant to come on post 

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