USCG Base Honolulu
Kapolei, HI 96707, USA

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U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu

U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu delivers integrated mission support during routine and contingency operations throughout the 14th District area of responsibility. The 14th District’s boundaries of responsibility stretch from the Hawaiian Islands and across most of the Central and Western Pacific. The district commander oversees 25 operational units ashore and

Planning Your Move

If you are returning to the islands, welcome back. If this is your first time here, e komo mai (welcome). You should receive a detailed Welcome Aboard message from your new unit, which will include the name of your sponsor. Call the unit if you don’t receive one within 10

Housing

Accompanied and unaccompanied members must check in with the local housing officer no later than the next business day after arrival on island. Upon check-in at the housing office, you will be provided your housing in-brief and counseled on available housing options. Unaccompanied Members to Oahu See the Base Relocatio

Medical and Dental Services

Members and families transferring to Hawaii have several options for medical service. Active-duty Members If you are assigned to Oahu shore units and floating units without Health Service technicians, you will obtain medical services at the Branch Medical Clinic, Makalapa, just inside the Makalapa Gate at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.

Family Services

Family Resource Specialist A Family Resource Specialist provides information and referral services for choosing quality child care, providing child care, accessing enrollment in the Coast Guard Special Needs Program, applying for adoption reimbursement, elder care and scholarships for eligible family members. Child Care: To help you locate and access state-licensed,

Recreation

For more information, visit the MWR section of www.uscg.mil/baseHonolulu . Athletic Gear Issue Athletic Gear Issue is inside the Recreation Office at the ITT counter. It provides checkout services for athletic equipment and supplies. Also, MWR equipment such as surfboards, boogie boards, snorkels, fins, tarps, coolers and tables and chair

History

U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu U.S. Coast Guard Base Honolulu evolved from the former U.S. Lighthouse Service Depot at Pier 4 and a 5-acre plot on Sand Island. The property was acquired in 1939 by the Coast Guard when it absorbed the Lighthouse Service. In 1945, an additional 5 acre

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