MCB HAWAII / MCAS KANEOHE BAY
Waimea, HI 96743, USA

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Marine Corps Base Hawaii

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII MCB Hawaii is headquartered at the base in Kaneohe Bay and includes Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay as part of the base on Windward Oahu, Camp H.M. Smith, Manana Family Housing, the Pearl City Warehouse Annex, Pu’uloa Range Complex and Marine Corps Training Area Bellows.

Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay

MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII, KANEOHE BAY Located on Oahu’s Mokapu Peninsula, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay is home to more than 10,000 Marines, 2,000 sailors, 4,000 family members and 1,400 civilian employees. The base’s position in the Pacific makes it an ideal location for strategic deployment to the Wester

Marine Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay

MARINE CORPS AIR STATION KANEOHE BAY The air station maintains and operates airfield facilities, which include a 7,800-foot runway, to support the readiness and global projection of operating forces.

Units

III Marine Expeditionary Forces, Hawaii Most of the units stationed aboard MCB Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay are part of III Marine Expeditionary Force, headquartered in Okinawa, Japan. III MEF in Hawaii combines ground combat, aviation combat and combat service support elements into a cohesive force in readiness. Providing trained, combat-ready, air-ground

Planning Your Move

Aloha! E komo mai — you are welcome here! May your tour of duty here be a rewarding, enjoyable experience. The key to a successful move to Hawaii is obtaining the correct information beforehand. Reading this publication and taking the time to familiarize yourself with all the services and facilitie

Housing

Members are eligible for quarters aboard MCB Hawaii if they are on active duty and assigned to duty at MCB Hawaii with accompanying, command-sponsored dependents. Marines assigned to other duty stations on Oahu may also apply for and occupy MCB Hawaii quarters. Newly arrived service members must report to the

Medical and Dental Services

E komo mai — welcome to Naval Health Clinic Hawaii, where your health and readiness are the focus. NHCH is composed of two large clinics: Makalapa at Pearl Harbor Naval Base and Kaneohe Bay at MCB Hawaii. Other smaller clinics are at Camp H.M. Smith, Wahiawa and Barking Sands o

Family Services

Marine & Family Programs is a community-based division of Marine Corps Community Services that supports the individual Marine or sailor and their families. With a knowledgeable and experienced staff of social workers, educators and specialists, Marine & Family Programs has something for everyone including employment aid, education, counseling and child

Dining

For more information, visit www.mccshawaii.com/food . Daily Grind: Open for breakfast and lunch from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday, serving bagels, breakfast burritos, sandwiches and wraps. Telephone: 808-254-9500. Fast Food: Fast food at Kaneohe Bay includes Taco Bell and Pizza Hut Express, Subway, PARMA and Chow Mei

Shopping and Services

MCCS’s Retail Division accommodates the diverse tastes of shoppers within the base community. Aloha Key & Award Shop Mokapu Mall, Building 6477 808-254-2909 Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday; closed Sunday and holidays Aloha Key & Award Shop features awards, engraving, gifts and keys. Barbershop Mokapu Mall,

Recreation

Hawaii is a recreational paradise. With a beautiful year-round climate, warm ocean waters, sandy beaches, mountains, forests, parks and other facilities, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Outdoor recreation opportunities are available through your Marine Corps Community Services departments, including rentals for beach and sports equipment, golf, sailing, racket

History

Marine Corps Base Hawaii MCB Hawaii is composed of the base in Kaneohe Bay on the Mokapu Peninsula, Camp H.M. Smith in Halawa Heights, Manana Family Housing, the Pearl City Warehouse Annex, Pu’uloa Range Complex near Ewa Beach and Marine Corps Training Area Bellows beside Waimanalo. The two major installatio

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