Hawaii Military Project
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Dates of Remembrance:

Memorial Day:
Memorial Day is a Federal holiday observed on the last Monday of May. It was originally know as as Decoration Day to commemorate Servicemen and Women who gave their lives in military service to their country. The Holiday was enacted honoring  Union soldiers of the American Civil War. It's now a day to honor all Veterans who died in all wars.

Pearl Harbor:
The surprise attack on Pearl Harbor against the naval base at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii was launched by the Japanese navy on the morning of Sunday, December 7, 1941, resulting in the United States becoming involved in World War II.

World War One:
World War I is known as the First World War, the Great War, and The War to End All Wars. In Europe 1914 to 1918. Over 40 million casualties and 20 million military and civilian deaths. On April 6th 1917, America declared war on Germany.

War in Afghanistan:
It began on October 7, 2001.  American Forces launched a response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.

Iraq War:
The Iraq War began 20 March 2003 by the invasion of Iraq by American Forces.

U.S. Military Major Bases / Installations
Army:
Fort Shafter
Schofield Barracks (MWR Resort)
Kunia Field Station
Pohakuloa Training Area
Tripler Army Medical Center
Navy & Marine Corps:
Marine Corps Base, Hawaii
Kaneohe MC Air Station
Pearl Harbor NAS
Barbers Point NAS
Air Force:
Hickam AFB
Coast Guard:
Fourteenth District
Group Honolulu
Marine Safety Office Honolulu
Air Station Barbers Point

 


 

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Project Coordinators:
C. W. Barnum and Daryl Lytton
State Coordinator:  Maggie Stewart - email

 


Medal of Honor: See Listing for Hawaii


Welcome to the Military Page of HIGenWeb. This resources page is a directory of resources for Veterans and researchers. Please contact us to add a resource
 


Resources:

Recent Additions:
Our thanks the Hawaii USGenWeb Archives

Historical Collections of The Hawaiian Islands
"Keepers of the Culture"
A study in time of the Hawaiian Islands Page
--African Americans In Hawaii, Part II Page
--African Americans In Hawaii, Part III Page
--African Americans In Hawaii, Part IV Page

--Historical Collections of The Hawaiian Islands "Keepers of the Culture"
--A study in time of the Hawaiian Islands
--African Americans In Hawaii - Pt1
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 2
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 3
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 4
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 5

--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 6
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 7
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 8
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 9
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 10
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 11
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 12
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 13
--Hawai'ian Chronology And The United States - Part 14
--Chronology Of Hawai'i And The United States - Part 15
--Chronology Of Hawai'i And The United States - Part 16
--Historical Background Of Military In Hawai'i - Part I
--Historical Background Of Military In Hawai'i - Part 2
--Military History - Part 3.; Fort Shafter, And Ford Island,  Schofield Barracks, Bellows Field And Hickam Field. Part 3 
--Military History - Part 4.; The Attack And Aftermath. Part 4