Camp Smith Hawaii Homes
Camp H.M. Smith is the headquarters of Marine Forces Pacific (Formally known as the Fleet Marine Force Pacific) as well as the United States Pacific Command and Special Operations Command Pacific. Camp Smith today consists of 220 acres at Camp Smith proper, 137 acres at Puuloa Rifle Range in Ewa Beach, and 62 acres in Manana Housing. Camp Smith is unique in that it’s the only Marine Corps installation that supports a unified commander, Commander, Pacific Command.
Coast Guard Barbers Point Homes
The Barbers Point Coast Guard Air Station serve as "Guardians of the Pacific" in their support of the Fourteenth Coast Guard District. The station's primary mission is Search and Rescue within the Pacific Maritime Region and as the sole Coast Guard Air unit within the Central Pacific SAR Sub-region, CGAS Barbers Point is responsible for a vast area including such island chains as the Marianas, Carolines, Marshalls, and the Hawaiian Chain.
Coast Guard Base Honolulu Homes
From Hawaii to Guam to Japan Coast Guard Base Honolulu supports 35 commands throughout the Coast Guard's 14th District Area of Responsibility, including over 3,000 Coast Guard active duty members, reservists, civilians, auxiliaries, and their families. The district's air wing is based on Oahu, at the site of the former Naval Air Station, Barbers Point.
Fort Shafter Homes
Fort Shafter is the headquarters of the United States Army Pacific Command, the Major Command of U.S. Army forces in Asia and the Pacific Basin, and is the oldest military base on Oahu, at over 100 years. Fort Shafter is part of US Army Garrison-Hawaii, which also includes Schofield Barracks, and Pohakuloa Training Range communities. Although these communities are geographically separate, the garrison is organized, staffed, and operates as a single post.
Hickam AFB Homes
Hickam AFB is now known as Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam
Home to the 15th Airlift Wing (15 AW) of the Hawaii ANG and 67 partner units including US Pacific Air Forces Headquarters - Hawaii ANG the 15 AW functions as the "host wing" for the base whose primary mission is to provide ready air and space power to promote U.S. interests in the Asia-Pacific region. Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam is US Navy controlled.
Kaneohe Bay Marine Base Homes
The Kaneohe Bay Marine Base is home to the III Marine Expeditionary Forces, Hawaii, 1st Radio Battalion, and the Marine Corps Air Facility, Kaneohe Bay. The base's position in the Pacific makes it an ideal location for strategic deployment to the Far East.
Pearl Harbor Naval Base Homes
The Naval Base at Pearl Harbor is officially known as Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam (JBPHH)
JBPHH serves as a major homeport and "pit stop of the Pacific" for the submarines and surface ships of U.S. and Allied Pacific fleets. The complex provides service comparable to a large city. US Navy controlled and operating the Navy's busiest harbor, JBPHH annually completes 65,000 boat runs and transports 2.4 million passengers and 200,000 vehicles to and fro each year.
Schofield Barracks Homes
Schofield Barracks is the largest Army post in Hawaii, located on an 18,000 acre site in central Oahu. The base was established in 1908 to provide mobile defense of Pearl Harbor and the entire island and is home to the 25th Infantry Division, known as the "Tropic Lightning Division", as well as the Command Headquarters for United States Army Hawaii (USARHAW).
Tripler Army Medical Center Homes
Tripler Army Medical Center is the headquarters of the Pacific Regional Medical Command of the armed forces administered by the United States Army in the State of Hawaii. It is the largest military hospital in the Asian and Pacific Rim region, and the only United Nations Peace Operations Institute in the United States.