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