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First 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony January 15
USS Halsey to return from deployment
Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony set for Feb. 26
Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony set for Mar. 19
Navy Confirms Death of Sailor Sunday in Hawaii
Alleged Hazardous Material Confiscated at JBPHH
Navy goes to Merrie Monarch
Green is color of Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
Shipyard Personnel to Conduct 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony, Honor History and Heritage
USS Michael Murphy to return from Western Pacific Deployment
USNS Mercy and USNS Millinocket To Depart Hawaii for Pacific Partenership Deployment
Dock at USS Arizona Memorial Under Repair. Navy, Coast Guard Investigations Underway
Vietnam Veterans to be Honored at the Next 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
Drinking Water Remains Safe in Red Hill Vicinity
Vietnam Veteran Tim Guard to Be the Guest Speaker at Thursday's 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
Navy Region and MIDPAC Change of Command set for Friday
'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony to Salute Youth
Red Hill Fuel Facility is a national strategic asset
'Pearl Harbor Colors' 70th anniversary of the end of WWII in the Pacific
Former POW Gerald Coffee to be guest speaker at Thursday's 'Pearl Harbor Colors' Ceremony
U.S. Navy signs EPA and state of Hawaii consent order
USS Preble to Return from Independent Deployment
Navy seeks public input at open house scoping meetings
USS Theodore Roosevelt to arrive in Pearl Harbor Sunday
Navy invites Board of Water Supply to tour Red Hill
Chinese Navy Ships to visit Hawaii Sunday
Navy to celebrate Festival of Lights in Pearl Harbor
USS Chafee to return home from independent deployment
Chief of Naval Personnel visits Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
COLA Living Pattern Survey takes place from Feb. 1 to March 1
Civilian helicopter goes down in Pearl Harbor
CNRH Represents Navy at Hawaii Governor's Gold Star Proclamation Signing
Hawaii Sailors Engage with Praxis to Fight Sexual Misconduct
Navy's Red Hill Tanks Pass Tightness Testing, Show No Leaking
Naval Forces Visits Hawaii
Navy Continues Stakeholder Comms on Red Hill
Secretary of the Navy Visits Hawaii Sailors, Marines
Career information Center assists Pearl Harbor commands with retention awards
Navy’s partnership with Polynesian Voyaging Society
Pearl Harbor Remembers the Battle of Midway
Native Oysters Making a Return to Pearl Harbor
Exercise Citadel Pacific 2019 taking place through June 28
Fair Winds and Following Seas to a Pearl Harbor Icon
Hawaii hurricane season has begun
Chung-Hoon Sailor recognized for saving child's life
Navy paves way forward on renewable energy
USS Oklahoma Sailor to Receive Full Honors at Funeral Service
Forged
Pearl Harbor Sailor Laid to Rest in Kansas After 78 Years
Joint services spread suicide prevention awareness
Loko Pa'aiau Fishpond Cleanup
Taking energy conservation action
MEDIA ADVISORY: Red Hill Partners To Share Info With Public
USS Wayne E. Meyer Celebrates 10 Years
Hawaii-based Sailors Test Changes During Physical Fitness Assessment Study
JBPHH Hosts "Midway" Red-Carpet Premiere
COMSUBPAC AND UH Use Drone to Deliver Supplies to Submarine
Pearl Harbor welcomes USS Boxer, 11th MEU
Media Advisory: Gun Salute at Joint Base for November 15, 2019
News Release: Navy Announces Three Deaths in Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard Shooting
News Release: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Security Forces Respond to Active Shooter
News Release: Active Shooter
News Release: Active Shooter-update
USS Wayne E. Meyer Returns from Deployment
PMRF Wins 2019 Navy Community Service Environmental Stewardship Award
USS Abraham Lincoln arrives in Pearl Harbor for port visit
PMRF Conducts Egg Hunt
News Release: Security Incident at Nimitz gate
Navy and Air Force celebrate 17th annual Makahiki Festival
News Release – Oahu Military Family Readiness Provides Resources to Meet Service Members Needs
Navy Region Hawaii Hosts Navy Wounded Warrior Sports Camp
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Visiting Hawaii

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Aloha and Welcome to Hawaii!

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam is an active, thriving installation with restricted access for authorized personnel only.

Many of the historic sites are located outside our gates, such as the USS Arizona Memorial and the Bowfin Memorial and Museum. These sites are open to the public and no special access is necessary. 

USS Arizona Memorial tours are offered by the National Park Service, World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument. For reserved tickets, visit www.recreation.gov.  This convenient online service will allow you to select your tour date and time for a nominal fee.  Ticket reservation is highly recommended to reduce your wait time, especially in peak travel season. For more information, visit the World War II Valor in the Pacific website.

If you are interested in the fascinating world of underwater living, a visit to the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park offers a superb view of the “Silent Service” made famous during WWII.  The USS Bowfin was launched one year after the December 7th attacks and has been nicknamed the Pearl Harbor Avenger.  For admission information, visit their website, USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park.

The Battleship Missouri Memorial Association and the Pacific Aviation Museum are located inside the base on Ford Island. Both are accessible via pre-arranged tour buses.  To purchase tickets, click on the links above for their websites and more information.  Buses depart from the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Park (USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center).

Historical tours of Ford Island, Hickam Field and Hickam’s Garden City are available through the Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) department at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.  All passengers over the age of 15 must provide a valid government issued identification and be sponsored by a Department of Defense or Active Duty/Military ID card holder. For more information, contact 808-448-2295 or 808-473-0792. Visit the JBPHH MWR website for additional information.

On a very limited basis, boat tours of the harbor and ship visits are available via the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Public Affairs Office.  For more information, contact the Community Relations Officer via email: CNRH.PAO@navy.mil  or:

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam
Community Relations Officer
Commander, Navy Region Hawaii
850 Ticonderoga Street, Suite 110
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii 96860-5101
Fax: (808) 473-2876

 

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