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United States Navy
Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam
Naval Base Pearl Harbor
850 Ticonderoga Street
JBPHH, HI 96860-5102
Higher than the U.S. National Average and 65% of the national average.
Hawaii is rabies-free. Hawaii's quarantine law is designed to protect residents and pets from potentially serious health problems associated with the introduction and spread of rabies. This law states that dogs and cats meeting specific pre and post-arrival requirements may qualify for 5-day-or-less quarantine program, which has a provision for direct release at Daniel K. Inouye International Airport after inspection. See "Checklist For 5-Day-Or-Less Program" for details. Hawaii has regulations for pet importation. These must be followed in order to be authorized a "direct release" from the airport if all pre-arrival requirements are completed AND all required paperwork/payments are submitted at least 10 days prior to arrival.
Some non-domestic animals are allowed into the State while others are not. If you wish to bring a pet other than a dog or cat, it is highly suggested you contact the Plant Quarantine Non-Domestic and Microorganism office for more information. You may call with questions at 808-832-0566 or 808-837-8413.
The primary mission of Pearl Harbor is to provide berthing and shore side support to surface ships and submarines, as well as maintenance and training. Pearl Harbor can accommodate the largest ships in the fleet, to include dry dock services, and is now home to over 160 commands. Housing, personnel, and family support are also provided and are an integral part of the shore side activities, which encompass both permanent and transient personnel.
NCTAMS PAC provides operational direction and management to all Pacific Naval Telecommunication System users. In addition to this function, NCTAMS PAC manages, operates, and maintains the Defense Communication System and Naval Telecommunication System assets. It also offers a full range of ADP and Information Resource Services, Maintenance and Repair, and Communication/Electronic and Defense Message System coordination to the Navy and other DOD activities in the Pacific.
Air Force Specific
The major command is the Pacific Command. PACAF's primary mission is to plan, conduct and coordinate offensive and defensive air operations in the Pacific and Asian theaters. The mission of the 15th Airlift Wing is to enhance PACAF's power and reach by ensuring world-class en route support, maintaining operational ready forces and providing superior customer service.
Pearl Harbor was established as a U.S. Naval Base in 1908, and remains a vital part of the U.S. defense establishment today. Pearl Harbor is a national historic landmark because of its essential contribution to the rise of the U.S. as a major power in the Pacific and the crucial role it played in World War II, beginning with the December 7, 1941 attack. For more information please visit Pearl Harbor's homepage.
Hickam Field was named for Lieutenant Colonel Horace Meek Hickam, an aviation pioneer, killed in a flying accident at Fort Crockett near Galveston, Texas. Hickam Field was dedicated on May 31, 1935 and officially activated in 1938. In 1957, Headquarters Pacific Air Force was established at Hickam Air Force Base. The unification of Pacific Air Forces was a historic "first" in which all USAF fighting forces assigned to the Pacific and Far East areas were consolidated under one command.
Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam provides services comparable to a large city to a population of active duty from all services, guard, reserve, family members and retirees.
1,415,872 ( U. S. Census) in the Honolulu Metro Area
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JBPHH serves over 55,000 people each year, has its own police/security force and is responsible for DoD firefighters in 13 stations island-wide.
JBPHH is home to 5,558 Air Force Military Members who have 8,181 Family Members.
Naval Base Pearl Harbor and Hickam Air Force Base were realigned to form Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam (JBPHH), which became fully operational on 01 October 2010.
The information in this file covers Navy Region Hawaii Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, along with our Navy satellite installation, Naval Computer and Telecommunications Area Master Station Pacific (NCTAMS PAC) located at Wahiawa. Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam is located eight miles west of Honolulu, on the Island of Oahu, county of Honolulu, one of eight islands that make up the State of Hawaii. The main gates for both Pearl Harbor and Hickam are approximately two miles west of the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. The island hosts all branches of the armed forces, including the Coast Guard.
For Direct Release, animals must arrive by 3:30 p.m. to be released at the Airport. Airport Inspection may take up to one hour. Airport Holding Facility closes at 5:00 p.m., however, the office processing's close down at 4:30 p.m. Arrange with the airlines for your flight to arrive by 3:30 p.m.
Otherwise, animals will remain at the Animal Quarantine Holding Facility at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. There is an Airport Quarantine Hold overnight fee. The Holding Facility will take the animal to the quarantine station the next day or if all requirements are met they may be picked up at the Quarantine Holding Facility at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport before 10:00 a.m. the next day. Animal Carriers cannot be opened on Airport Property/Premises. To get to the Airport Holding Facility a vehicle is needed. For more information visit the Hawaii Department of Agriculture website.
Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (HNL)
A major aviation gateway for the State of Hawai'i, Daniel K. Inouye International Airport is the primary hub for domestic overseas and interisland flights and is currently one of three State airports accommodating international flights. Daniel K. Inouye International also functions as a joint military-civilian airport sharing airfield facilities with Hickam Air Field, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam. While landing you may see aircraft from the Hawaii Air National Guard and the US Air Force. Cab fare is approximately $15.00 to $20.00 to Hickam and $20.00 to $25.00 to Pearl Harbor from the airport. The #19 Bus will travel directly onto Hickam, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam from the airport. Have your military I.D. ready for security personnel.
Directions from the Airport to Hickam, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam
To reach Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, follow the signs to "H1 Waianae" as you leave Daniel K. Inouye International Airport. On H1, move immediately to the far right lane and take the next exit to "Hickam AFB"
Directions from Airport to Naval Base Pearl Harbor, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam
Take H-1 West, on freeway exit from the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, or you can go out of the airport and head west on Nimitz Highway. The main gate (commonly known as Nimitz Gate) is approximately two miles west of the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport on Nimitz Highway. Pearl Harbor is located eight miles west of Honolulu, on the Island of Oahu. It is one of eight islands that make up the State of Hawaii.
Shuttle service is offered in the following locations: Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, AMC Terminal, NEX and select lodging and housing areas, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (based on availability). Cost is $5 per person one way, children under 4 are free. Must have a minimum of 2 passengers and a maximum of 14. Reservations are recommended, call the ITT Hickam Office at 808-448-2295. E-Mail address for ITT Office is email@example.com.
Limited service is available from "The Bus," the City and County of Honolulu's Bus Service. Contact them at 808-848-5555 or online for more information. If taking a taxi, request one with base access. Not all taxi's are authorized on base. "The Cab" is an authorized taxi service at 808-422-2222.
If you are arriving via rental car you may get a temporary pass at the Pass and ID office which is located on the right just before Nimitz Gate in Building 3455. Office hours are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m, Monday through Friday. After working hours you may obtain a one-day visitor pass at the "Security Pass Window" located on the Nimitz Highway side of the building.
Directions to Waikiki
If you are going to temporary lodging in Waikiki, follow the signs to "H1 Honolulu." From H1 take the "Nimitz" cut-off which becomes Ala Moana Blvd after approximately seven miles. Take a right on Kalia Rd for the Hale Koa Hotel, or continue on Ala Moana for one more block, to Kalakaua Ave.
Directions to the Military and Family Support Center, Hickam, Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam
Military and Family Support Center Hickam from the main gate, take O'Malley Blvd past the flight line (on left). Proceed into the circle and get into the right lane. This lane will force you to make a right at the second Vickers Avenue. At the first road, Scott Circle, take a right. The Military and Family Support Center Hickam, Building 1105, is on the corner to your left with parking in the back/side of the building.
There is a USO Hawaii at the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, 300 Rodgers Boulevard, #48, located at Terminal 2, between baggage claim areas 19 and 20 (808-836-3351). E-Mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Amenities include (donation boxes available), there is no Sleeping Area.
Food and Beverages: Beverages, Coffee and Tea, Daily Meals, Full Kitchen, Snack Bar, Snacks
Connectivity: CAC Readers, Charging Stations, Computers and Laptops, Phones, Printers, Skype, Wi-Fi
Multimedia and Gaming: DVD and Blu-ray Player, PS4, TV and Cable, Xbox One
Rest and Relaxation: Air Conditioning, Baby Changing Station, Bathrooms, Board and Table Games, Children’s Play Area, Library, Lounge, Playing Cards, Showers, Toiletries, Bob Hope Legacy Reading Program
Travel Services and Gifts: Greeting Cards, Information Desk, Local Information, Lost and Found, Luggage Carts, Transportation Information, Travel Maps
USO assists military and their families by calling their Units for arrival pick up. USO is open 16 Hours a Day, seven-days a week from 0800 to 2300.
There is also a USO located at the Hickam AMC Terminal at 355 Mamiya Avenue, in Building 2028, in Room 167. Call 808-892-1145 for more information or E-Mail at email@example.com.
The free Navy Exchange shuttle bus provides services around Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam, on both Pearl Harbor and Hickam. The shuttle operates from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. For more information on the NEX shuttle call 808-423-3344. The only authorized taxi service for military bases is "The Cab," 808-422-2222.
Public transportation is available from various locations on base via The Bus. For routes and schedules, call 808-848-5555 Press 2; 5:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. HST, or visit "The Bus" website.
The Handi-Van is a public transit service for persons with disabilities who are unable to use the City's bus service, "The Bus". The Handi-Van service is generally available island-wide, Monday through Sunday. For additional information call 808-538-0033.
Mass Transportation Benefit Program (MTBP) (Air Force) / Transportation Incentive Program System (TIPS) (Navy)
(DoD Reimbursement Program)
A benefit can be applied for, that will offset commuting costs to active duty, Reserve, National Guard and GS employees, including NAF. This is to reduce pollution and traffic congestion, preserve the environment and expand transportation alternatives. This benefit can only be used to and from place of employment. It cannot be used for meetings or off duty.
DoDI 1000.27 October 28, 2008
MTBP: Air Force: Air Force Policy Directive (AFPD) 36-39, 27JUL10; Air Force POC: Ms Victoria Lia
Air Force Point of Contact: Ms Victoria Lia, Victoria.firstname.lastname@example.org
TIPS: Navy: https://tips.navy.mil; Navy POC: Command. TIPS Coordinator for Civilian Personnel: Ms Jo Ann Oshiro, 808-471-3839, email@example.com
808-449-7110 or DSN 315-449-7110