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15 Aug 1929

Photo(s) dated 15 Aug 1929
The 100-ft mooring mast on the Ewa Plain, Oahu, Hawaii, Aug 15, 1929.
23 Mar 1932

Photo(s) dated 23 Mar 1932
The mooring mast on the Ewa Plain, Oahu, Hawaii after being shortened to 50-ft, Mar 23, 1932.
24 Mar 1932

Photo(s) dated 24 Mar 1932
Aerial view of the Ewa airship landing area after the mooring mast had been shortened to 50-ft., 24 Mar 1932.
12 Jul 1940

Photo(s) dated 12 Jul 1940
Aerial view of Ewa Field, Oahu, Hawaii, Jul 12, 1940. Although clearly an airship mooring field, this photo was not taken from an airship since no airship ever came within sight of this field.
13 Feb 1941

Photo(s) dated 13 Feb 1941
The mooring mast at Ewa Field, Oahu, Hawaii converted for use as a control tower, Feb 13, 1941.
29 Jul 1941

Photo(s) dated 29 Jul 1941
Aerial view of Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, Jul 29, 1941. The lines painted on the runway were to approximate a carrier’s flight deck.
2 Dec 1941

Photo(s) dated 2 Dec 1941
Overhead view of Marine Corps Air Station Ewa, Oahu, Hawaii, Dec 2, 1941. The lines painted on the runway were to approximate a carrier’s flight deck.
7 Dec 1941

Photo(s) dated 7 Dec 1941
Destroyed SB2U Vindicator aircraft, Ewa Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, 7 Dec 1941
8 Dec 1941

Photo(s) dated 8 Dec 1941
Destroyed SB2U Vindicator aircraft at Ewa Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Dec 1941Destroyed SB2U Vindicator aircraft, Ewa Field, Oahu, US Territory of Hawaii, Dec 1941
13 Apr 1942

Hawaii
15 Apr 1942

Hawaii
15 May 1942

Hawaii
27 May 1942

Hawaii
13 Jun 1942

Hawaii
28 Jun 1942

Hawaii
7 Jul 1942

Hawaii
23 Jul 1942

Hawaii
1 Aug 1942

Hawaii
16 Sep 1942

Hawaii
1 Oct 1942

Hawaii
31 Oct 1942

Hawaii
8 Nov 1942

Hawaii
10 Nov 1942

Hawaii
23 Nov 1942

Hawaii
20 Jan 1943

Photo(s) dated 20 Jan 1943
Aerial view of Ewa Field (near) and Barbers Point Naval Air Station (beyond) on Oahu, Hawaii, 20 Jan 1943.
1 Feb 1943

Hawaii
9 Feb 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Army 72nd Fighter Squadron, consisting of 21 aircraft (Model P-40K), with a compliment of 25 officers and 229 men, departed for Bellows Field. The 19th Fighter Squadron arrived on board, with 32 aircraft (Model P-40F), 26 officers and 238 men. Note: the 72nd Fighter Squadron and its successor, the 19th Fighter Squadron, were on a constant alert status. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
11 Feb 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: The 243rd and 244th Marine Scouting/Bombing Squadrons (VMSB-243 & VMSB-244) arrived on board, aircraft based at Ewa. The officers and men departed for Ewa on the 26th of February. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
15 Feb 1943

Hawaii
18 Feb 1943

Hawaii
23 Feb 1943

Hawaii
24 Feb 1943

Hawaii
26 Feb 1943

Hawaii
1 Mar 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Marine Fighting Squadron 215 (VMF-215; Model F4U-1) on board. Marine Fighting Squadron 222 (VMF-222; Model F4U-1) on board. Aviation Operations bldg. usably complete. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
4 Mar 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Post Office turned over to station. British Fighter Squadrons 882, 896, and 898 from HMS Victorious ("USS Robin"), arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
5 Mar 1943

Hawaii
17 Mar 1943

Hawaii
27 Mar 1943

Hawaii
30 Mar 1943

Hawaii
1 Apr 1943

Hawaii
5 Apr 1943

Hawaii
6 Apr 1943

Hawaii
9 Apr 1943

Hawaii
10 Apr 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: More portions of British Fighter Squadrons 882, 896, and 898 departed. Link Trainer building turned over to station. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
12 Apr 1943

Hawaii
15 Apr 1943

Hawaii
16 Apr 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Part of Marine Fighting Squadron 222 (VMF-222) on board. Part of British Squadrons 882, 896, and 898 arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
20 Apr 1943

Hawaii
22 Apr 1943

Hawaii
1 May 1943

Hawaii
4 May 1943

Hawaii
5 May 1943

Hawaii
6 May 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Part of Marine Fighting Squadron 222 (VMF-222) departed. Part of British Fighter Squadrons 882, 896, and 898 departed. Officers' Club turned over to station. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
7 May 1943

Hawaii
8 May 1943

Hawaii
11 May 1943

Hawaii
24 May 1943

Hawaii
25 May 1943

Hawaii
27 May 1943

Hawaii
30 May 1943

Hawaii
1 Jun 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Part of Fighting Squadron 9 (VF-9; Model F6F-3) on board. Part of Torpedo Squadron 9 (VT-9; Model TBF-1) on board. Bombing Squadron 9 (VB-9; Model SBD-4) on board. Part of Fleet Air Base Unit 1 departed. Part of Bombing Sq 137 (VB-137; Model PV-1) departed. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
2 Jun 1943

Hawaii
4 Jun 1943

Hawaii
8 Jun 1943

Hawaii
10 Jun 1943

Hawaii
12 Jun 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: More of Photographic Squadron 3 (VD-3) on board. Aircraft storehouse, paint and oil storehouse, and Public Works and Maintenance building, turned over to station. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
13 Jun 1943

Hawaii
14 Jun 1943

Hawaii
18 Jun 1943

Hawaii
1 Jul 1943

Hawaii
7 Jul 1943

Hawaii
14 Jul 1943

Hawaii
16 Jul 1943

Hawaii
20 Jul 1943

Hawaii
23 Jul 1943

Hawaii
24 Jul 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Part of Fighting Squadron 5 (VF-5; Model F6F-3) on board. Part of Torpedo Squadron 5 (VT-5; Model TBF-1) on board. Part of Bombing Squadron 5 (VB-5; Model SBD-5) on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
27 Jul 1943

Hawaii
28 Jul 1943

Hawaii
1 Aug 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Part of Marine Fighting Squadron 223 (VMF-223) departed. A & R building usably complete. Telephone system usably complete. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
4 Aug 1943

Hawaii
9 Aug 1943

Hawaii
20 Aug 1943

Hawaii
21 Aug 1943

Hawaii
22 Aug 1943

Hawaii
23 Aug 1943

Hawaii
31 Aug 1943

Hawaii
1 Sep 1943

Hawaii
2 Sep 1943

Hawaii
4 Sep 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Part of Air Group 16 departed. More of Fighting Squadron 5 (VF-5; Model F6F-3) arrived on board. More of Bombing Squadron 5 (VB-5; Model SBD-5) arrived on board. More of Torpedo Squadron 5 (VT-5; TBF-1) arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
8 Sep 1943

Hawaii
9 Sep 1943

Hawaii
10 Sep 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Cold storage building and equipment turned over to station. More of Air Group 16 on board. Part of Torpedo Squadron 16 (VT-16) departed. Part of Bombing Squadron 16 (VB-16) departed. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
11 Sep 1943

Hawaii
17 Sep 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Black top on landing mat completed. Part of Fighting Squadron 25 (VF-25; Model F6F-3); Torpedo Squadron 25 (VT-25; Model TBF-1), on board. Part of Bombing Squadron 25 (VB-25; Model SBD-5) on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
19 Sep 1943

Hawaii
24 Sep 1943

Hawaii
30 Sep 1943

Hawaii
3 Oct 1943

Hawaii
4 Oct 1943

Hawaii
5 Oct 1943

Hawaii
7 Oct 1943

Hawaii
14 Oct 1943

Hawaii
17 Oct 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: About 0010, a small float-type monoplane was picked up by the searchlight of NAS, Barber's Point. The plane, presumably a Japanese reconnaissance plane, attempted to dodge the searchlights, and sped out to sea at a low altitude [an E14Y "Glen" floatplane was launched from submarine I-36 120 miles south-southwest of Oahu and failed to return]. One staff officer of Task Group 19.13 on board. ww2dbase [E14Y | Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
19 Oct 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Twenty-two officers and 500 men of CASU-17; 12 officers and 175 men of ACORN-14; 22 officers and 132 men of ARGUS-12; 2 officers and 190 men of CASU-18; 19 officers and 139 men of ARGUS-15; 5 officers and 383 men of ACORN-16; and one staff officer of Task Group 19.14 arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
31 Oct 1943

Hawaii
18 Nov 1943

Hawaii
25 Nov 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Two officers of ACORN-20; 11 officers of ACORN-21; 2 officers of CASU-30; 1 officer of ARGUS-18; 1 officer of ARGUS-21; and 1 officer of ARGUS-22 arrived on board. Parts of ACORN-17 and CASU-16 departed. Part of ARGUS-16 departed. Two officers of ACORN-22 and 1 officer of CASU-30 arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
29 Nov 1943

Hawaii
1 Dec 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: More of ACORN-20, ARGUS-18, ACORN-21, CASU-30, ACORN-22, CASU-34, ARGUS-21, ARGUS-22, and 4 officers and 99 men of GROPAC-4; plus 1 officer of GROPAC-2 arrived on board. More of ACORN-20, CASU-20, CASU-30, GROPAC-2, and 2 officers and 38 men of GROPAC-5 arrived on board, plus 1 officer and 17 men of Task Group 19.18. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
4 Dec 1943

Hawaii
5 Dec 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: More of GROPAC-4 arrived on board. Planes of Composite Squadron 41 (VC-41) and Composite Squadron 33 (VC-33) on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
7 Dec 1943

Hawaii
8 Dec 1943

Hawaii
9 Dec 1943

Hawaii
11 Dec 1943

Hawaii
12 Dec 1943

Hawaii
13 Dec 1943

Hawaii
14 Dec 1943

Hawaii
23 Dec 1943

Hawaii
25 Dec 1943

Hawaii
29 Dec 1943

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: More of CASU-20 arrived. 19 aircraft (Model F4U), 19 officers and 25 men of Night Fighting Squadron 101 (VF(N)-101) arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
31 Dec 1943

Hawaii
1 Jan 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: More of 76th Construction Battalion (76th SeaBees) arrived. More of 72nd Construction Battalion (72nd SeaBees) arrived. Five officers and 240 men of the 56th Construction Battalion (56th SeaBees) departed. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
4 Jan 1944

Hawaii
7 Jan 1944

Hawaii
10 Jan 1944

Hawaii
20 Jan 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Ten quonset huts for officers' quarters, 10 quonset huts for enlisted men's barracks, turned over to station. More of ARGUS-15 on board. Part of GROPAC-2 departed. Part of Task Group 19.19 departed. Part of ACORN-20 departed. Part of CASU-20 departed. Part of ARGUS-18 departed. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
24 Jan 1944

Hawaii
25 Jan 1944

Hawaii
28 Jan 1944

Hawaii
31 Jan 1944

Hawaii
2 Feb 1944

Hawaii
3 Feb 1944

Hawaii
5 Feb 1944

Hawaii
6 Feb 1944

Hawaii
13 Feb 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Thirty aircraft (Model F6F-3) and 45 officers of Night Fighting Squadron 76 (VF(N)-76) departed. Air Group 2 arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
15 Feb 1944

Hawaii
3 Mar 1944

Hawaii
4 Mar 1944

Hawaii
5 Mar 1944

Hawaii
15 Mar 1944

Hawaii
17 Mar 1944

Hawaii
19 Mar 1944

Hawaii
20 Mar 1944

Hawaii
21 Mar 1944

Hawaii
23 Mar 1944

Hawaii
1 Apr 1944

Hawaii
4 Apr 1944

Hawaii
6 Apr 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Water Supply (water development project) turned over to station. Part of 125th Construction Battalion (125th SeaBees) arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
7 Apr 1944

Hawaii
15 Apr 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: More of 116th Construction Battalion (116th SeaBees) arrived on board. Part of 72nd Construction Battalion (72nd SeaBees) departed. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
17 Apr 1944

Hawaii
21 Apr 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Thirty-seven aircraft (Model F6F-3), 19 aircraft (Model TBF), 77 officers and 92 men of Air Group 20 arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
24 Apr 1944

Hawaii
2 May 1944

Hawaii
4 May 1944

Hawaii
6 May 1944

Hawaii
7 May 1944

Hawaii
8 May 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Two officers and 97 men of ARGUS-8 arrived on board. Two officers and 91 men of ARGUS-7 arrived on board. Parts of Air Group 11 arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
10 May 1944

Hawaii
11 May 1944

Hawaii
14 May 1944

Hawaii
26 May 1944

Hawaii
28 May 1944

Hawaii
29 May 1944

Hawaii
4 Jun 1944

Hawaii
8 Jun 1944

Hawaii
10 Jun 1944

Hawaii
11 Jun 1944

Hawaii
12 Jun 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Fifteen aircraft (Model F6F), 2 aircraft (Model TBF), 28 officers and 25 men of Night Fighting Squadron 78 (VF(N)-78) arrived on board. Thirteen aircraft (Model F6F), 5 aircraft (Model TBF), 29 officers and 16 men of Night Fighting Squadron 79 (VF(N)-79) arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
14 Jun 1944

Hawaii
15 Jun 1944

Hawaii
18 Jun 1944

Hawaii
23 Jun 1944

Hawaii
24 Jun 1944

Hawaii
25 Jun 1944

Hawaii
29 Jun 1944

Hawaii
2 Jul 1944

Hawaii
4 Jul 1944

Hawaii
6 Jul 1944

Hawaii
19 Jul 1944

Hawaii
21 Jul 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Recreation facilities - 6 handball courts and one basketball court for officers; and 2 handball courts, 2 basketball courts, and one athletic field for enlisted men, turned over to station. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
26 Jul 1944

Hawaii
30 Jul 1944

Hawaii
4 Aug 1944

Hawaii
6 Aug 1944

Hawaii
9 Aug 1944

Hawaii
13 Aug 1944

Hawaii
15 Aug 1944

Hawaii
17 Aug 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Third commanding officer, Capt Erl CB Gould USNR assumed command of station. Sixteen aircraft (Model F6F), 33 officers and 24 men of Night Fighting Squadron 103 (VF(N)-103) arrived on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
18 Aug 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Night Attack and Combat Training Unit commissioned, Capt JH Griffin, commanding. On this date it was composed of 21 F6F's, 10 TBM's, 4 F4U's, 2 SB2C's, and 1 SNV. Compliment: 11 officers and 24 men. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
20 Aug 1944

Hawaii
25 Aug 1944

Hawaii
1 Sep 1944

Hawaii
5 Sep 1944

Hawaii
9 Oct 1944

Hawaii
15 Oct 1944

Hawaii
16 Oct 1944

Hawaii
18 Oct 1944

Hawaii
28 Oct 1944

Hawaii
1 Nov 1944

Hawaii
6 Nov 1944

Hawaii
14 Nov 1944

Hawaii
18 Nov 1944

Hawaii
20 Nov 1944

Hawaii
4 Dec 1944

Hawaii
6 Dec 1944

Hawaii
9 Dec 1944

Hawaii
15 Dec 1944

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Simulated amphibious maneuvers were held just off the southwest corner of this base. Attending the maneuvers, and guests at this station, included Vice Admirals Mark [sic] A Mitscher, and George D Murray. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
16 Dec 1944

Hawaii
19 Dec 1944

Hawaii
21 Dec 1944

Hawaii
22 Dec 1944

Hawaii
24 Dec 1944

Hawaii
30 Dec 1944

Hawaii
2 Jan 1945

Hawaii
10 Jan 1945

Hawaii
30 Jan 1945

Hawaii
10 Feb 1945

Hawaii
11 Feb 1945

Hawaii
14 Feb 1945

Hawaii
20 Feb 1945

Hawaii
28 Feb 1945

Hawaii
2 Mar 1945

Hawaii
4 Mar 1945

Hawaii
8 Mar 1945

Hawaii
21 Mar 1945

Hawaii
28 Mar 1945

Hawaii
4 Apr 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Task Force 19.9.9, comprised of Scouting Squadron 46 (VS-46), Scouting Squadron 53 (VS-53), and Scouting Squadron 69 (VS-69) arrived on board. All major construction on the Inshore Patrol Squadron area completed, including parking mat, nose hangar, enlisted barracks, mess hall, BOQ's, and shop space. Carrier Air Group 31 (CVG-31) on board. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
5 Apr 1945

Hawaii
6 Apr 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Station commemorated its 3rd anniversary. Bagley outdoor theater commissioned this date. Guests included Admiral Bagley, Gov Stainback of the Territory of Hawaii, Brig General LWT Waller, Jr., USMC, and Commodore BL Austen. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
26 Apr 1945

Hawaii
30 Apr 1945

Hawaii
3 May 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: The following squadrons and air groups aboard at this time: Carrier Air Group 100 (CVG-100); Carrier Night Air Group 91 (CVGN-91); Carrier Night Air Group 53 (CVGN-53); Air Photographic Squadron 3 (VD-3); Air Group 6; CASU - Photographic Training Unit. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
6 May 1945

Hawaii
7 May 1945

Hawaii
9 May 1945

Hawaii
16 May 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Inspection of engine overhaul facilities by Vice Admiral JH Newton, USN; Commodore HE Overesh, USN; Captain RE Farnsworth, USN; Commander GC Briant, USNR; Captain EA Tarbutton, USN. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
17 May 1945

Hawaii
20 May 1945

Hawaii
21 May 1945

Hawaii
26 May 1945

Hawaii
6 Jun 1945

Hawaii
8 Jun 1945

Hawaii
9 Jun 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: A reception was given by the station in honor of Rear Admiral Mason, Commander, Naval Air Bases, Fourteenth Naval District. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
11 Jun 1945

Hawaii
19 Jun 1945

Hawaii
23 Jun 1945

Hawaii
1 Jul 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Vice Admiral George D Murray, US Navy, was awarded Honorary Degree of Doctor of Naval Science by Boston College at this station. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
2 Jul 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Commander WC King relieved Captain Erl CB Gould as Commanding Officer of this station. Photographic Squadron 3 (VD-3) departed. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
4 Jul 1945

Hawaii
8 Jul 1945

Hawaii
9 Jul 1945

Hawaii
11 Jul 1945

Hawaii
13 Jul 1945

Hawaii
  • Barbers Point Naval Air Station: Four members of Congressional Committee inspected this station. Present: Edward VM IZAC, Albert A GORE, Andrew J BIEMILLER and CW BISHOP. ww2dbase [Barbers Point Naval Air Station | Ewa, Oahu | DS]
23 Jul 1945

Hawaii
1 Aug 1945

Hawaii
3 Aug 1945

Hawaii
4 Aug 1945

Hawaii
17 Aug 1945

Hawaii
26 Aug 1945

Hawaii
27 Aug 1945

Hawaii
30 Aug 1945

Hawaii
9 Jun 1950

Photo(s) dated 9 Jun 1950
Aerial view of the Ewa Plain lying below the Wai’anae foothills on the south coast of Oahu, Hawaii. Barbers Point Naval Air Station is seen on the left and Ewa Marine Corps Air Station on the right, Jun 9, 1950
18 Jun 1952

Hawaii
14 Oct 1953

Photo(s) dated 14 Oct 1953
An oblique aerial view of the Ewa Plain, Oahu, Hawaii looking east, Oct 14, 1953. Barbers Point Naval Air Station is in the center and the former Ewa Marine Corps Air Station beyond.
20 Nov 1959

Photo(s) dated 20 Nov 1959
The Ewa Plain on the south coast of Oahu, Hawaii with Barbers Point Naval Air Station on the left and the former Ewa Marine Corps Air Station on the right, Nov 20, 1959
9 Mar 1964

Photo(s) dated 9 Mar 1964
Overhead view of Barbers Point Naval Air Station, Oahu, Hawaii, Mar 9, 1964
10 Sep 1974

Hawaii
1 Jul 1999

Hawaii

Timeline Section Founder: Thomas Houlihan
Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
Special Thanks: Rory Curtis




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