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Introduction Foyer
Changing Gallery and Theater
Hawaiian Warfare
Camp McKinley
Defending an Island
Shell Magazine Replica
Manning the Defenses
Army Aviation Takes Off
Battery Randolph
The Winds of War
December 7 1941
Hawaii on Defense
Hawaii on Offense
Hawaii's Japanese Americans
Korea - A Limited War
The Vietnam War
General Eric K Shinseki
Gallery of Heroes

Take An Online Tour!

If you visit the U.S. Army Museum of Hawai'i in Honolulu, you will find these exhibits and resources. However, if you can't visit us in person, do the next best thing and take your own online tour of the Museum's exhibits. (The exhibits are arranged in the same order as in the actual Museum).

Start in the Introduction Foyer and click 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, citizens who served their country and sacrificed to keep it free.

Hawai'i's many ethnic groups share this proud heritage. Each has contributed in some way to the fabric of Hawai'i's military past. This is their story, and the story of U.S. Army in Hawai'i.

Go to the Next Exhibit »

Original text for the exhibit pages was provided by Barbara Mills.

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