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  • Hawaii Army Museum Society | Aloha and Welcome!
    Now Available The U S Army Museum of Hawaii is very pleased to now offer Audio Tours to enhance your visit to the Museum You may rent one of the audio tours for 5 each They are available in English and Japanese For Museum members the Audio Tour is available for 2 50 and adds new dimensions to your visit Special Offer 25 Off A History of Punchbowl Arlington of the Pacific Special offer of 25 off the regular price of 19 95 is now for sale at 14 95 This is one of the very few books detailing the history of this beautiful memorial often referred to as the Arlington of the Pacific Now designated as the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific the last resting place for many of America s fallen servicemen and women Punchbowl is also a volcanic crater Autographed copies available upon request Click here to Order Online West Point Go Army Aloha Shirt The West Point Society of Hawaii s 2013 Go Army Aloha Shirt for men and women is available for preorder This high quality Aloha shirt depicts some of the most famous images from the United States Military Academy at West Point Take pride in the Army team and celebrate West Point s heritage The shirt can be worn outside or as we say in the islands Aloha Neat by tucking in Click here to Order Mens Alohashirt Click here to Order Womens Alohashirt Click video to watch Visit the U S Army Museum Hawaii Here at the U S Army Museum Hawaii the biggest artifact is the building itself The museum is housed in Battery Randolph a massive reinforced concrete emplacement with roofs as much as 12 feet thick The battery was built around 1911 for two 14 inch guns that

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  • Hawaii Army Museum Society | Aloha and Welcome!
    are two maps showing its location click to enlarge and print From Central Waikiki Driving Head north inland or mauka to Ala Wai Boulevard a one way street that runs northwest along the Ala Wai Canal Stay in the left lane After Pau Street turn left on Niu Street Niu Street one block long technically ends at the next intersection with Kalakaua Avenue but you will want to go straight across onto Ala Moana Boulevard You will see Ft DeRussy on your left Get into the left lane and at the next light turn left onto Kalia Road You will pass the Hilton Hawaiian Village then the Hale Koa Hotel The road narrows and winds gently After about 100 yards you should see the Hawai i Army Museum on your right look for the sign and the tanks and cannons in front of the building However parking is across the street on the left From Central Waikiki Walking Get onto Kalakaua Avenue the main street in Waikiki and start walking northwest against traffic Turn left at Saratoga Road note that streets in Hawai i often change names as they cross each other if you hit Kalaimoku Street you ve gone too far You should now be heading southwest toward the ocean or makai When Saratoga Road ends turn right on Kalia Road The U S Army Museum will be right there near the intersection From West Central O ahu Get onto H 1 East After you pass the Isenberg Street and University Avenue exits get off at the King Street exit Exit 25A Go straight at the first light passing the Foodland supermarket it will be on your right and turn right onto Kapahulu Avenue the second light which is under the freeway Follow Kapahulu Avenue all the way down

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  • Hawaii Army Museum Society | Aloha and Welcome!
    Go to the Next Exhibit to continue on to the next exhibit Introduction Foyer Hawai i s military heritage is richly diverse Military institutions events and technology have affected Hawai i s people since ancient times with political social and economic impact The U S Army Museum of Hawai i tells of the men and machines which shaped that heritage warriors who built a kingdom soldiers who defended an island

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  • Hawaii Army Museum Society | Aloha and Welcome!
    get personal account of the Lost Battalion from 91 year old Whitey Yamamoto 442 Anti Tank Co a heart wrenching story from Vietnam Vet Warren Barshes about his life returning home from war and 90 year old Thomas Toshi T Nakano talks about what he gained and learned from being in the army Mr Yamamoto and Mr Barshes volunteer at the U S Army Museum of Hawaii and Mr Nakano

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  • Hawaii Army Museum Society | Aloha and Welcome!
    808 438 2821 Special arrangements can usually be made with advance notice Normal visits last approximately 1 and 1 2 hours Guided group visits must be scheduled at least 3

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  • Hawaii Army Museum Society | Aloha and Welcome!
    Museum of Hawaii 808 438 2821 http www garrison hawaii army mil armymuseum The U S Army Museum of Hawaii is operated by the U S Army Garrison Hawaii and serves both the military and civilian community The museum is

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  • Hawaii Army Museum Society | Aloha and Welcome!
    AUSA and leading local businessmen in 1976 for the purpose of saving Battery Randolph and establishing the U S Army Museum of Hawai i to preserve this historic location The corporation was granted tax exempt status as a charitable non profit organization in 1981 Mission and Purpose The Society provides community leadership and financial support for the preservation of military history and the education of the public at large on the honor valor and sacrifice of America s fighting men and women in the defense of freedom The paramount goal of the Society is to enlighten today s children as well as adults on the lessons of the role the military has played in the Pacific to ensure the survival of democracy and the American way of life The Society views its role as a key to producing future generations of Americans who will embody the values and spirit of those who have paved the way for the freedoms we enjoy today Over 1 5 million has been raised by the Society in private contributions to develop displays and exhibits Additionally the Society operates a Museum Store in which it sells military related merchandise It conducts a wide variety of

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  • Hawaii Army Museum
    Please click here to go to the Hawaii Army Museum Online Store

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