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Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Camp H.M. Smith

On Oahu’s leeward side atop Halawa Heights, Camp H.M. Smith is about 600 feet above sea level, near Pearl Harbor and the community of Aiea.

Planning Your Move

Aloha! E komo mai — you are welcome here! May your tour of duty here be a rewarding, enjoyable experience. The key to a

Medical and Dental Services

E komo mai — welcome to Naval Health Clinic Hawaii, where your health and readiness are the focus. NHCH is composed of two large clinics:

Family Services

As its name implies, Marine & Family Programs is a community-based division of Marine Corps Community Services that supports the individual Marine or sailor and

Dining

For more information, visit  www.mccshawaii.com/food . Aloha Kitchen : This eatery is in Headquarters Building 4, 2nd Deck, and offers healthy meal options for breakfast

Shopping and Services

MCCS’s Retail Division accommodates the diverse tastes of shoppers within the base community. Barbershop Building 4, Second Floor 808-486-8015 Camp Smith Marine Mart Building 2C

Recreation

Hawaii is a recreational paradise. With a beautiful year-round climate, warm ocean waters, sandy beaches, mountains, forests, parks and other facilities, there is something for

History

Camp H.M. Smith The 220-acre site of Camp H.M. Smith, originally a sugar cane field, was purchased in March 1941 for $912,000 for a naval

News

Navy Medicine Announces 2018 Active Duty and Reserve Sailors of the Year

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More than 100 athletes selected to participate in 2019 Army Trials at Fort Bliss

More than 100 athletes selected to participate in 2019 Army Trials at Fort Bliss By Whitney Delbridge Nichels, Army Warrior Care and Transition ARLINGTON, Va.

Misawa vet takes care of man's best friend

Story by 2nd Lt. Jeremy Garcia on 01/27/2019 MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- The 35th Security Forces Squadron has 10 military working dogs stationed at

Misawa vet aids man's best friend

Story by 2nd Lt. Jeremy Garcia on 01/27/2019 MISAWA AIR BASE, Japan -- The 35th Security Forces Squadron has 10 military working dogs stationed at

Okinawa, Hawaii reflect on postwar relief efforts, reaffirming spirit of Yuimaaru

Story by Nika Nashiro on 01/22/2019 Okinawa was a heavy porcine cultured island before World War II. The Battle of Okinawa changed that. Prewar Okinawa

Warrior Ohana generations continue legacy at Palm Circle

Story by Crista Mary Mack on 12/12/2018 FORT SHAFTER, Hawaii The Oli is asking permission, to enter and to perform the Ha'a Koa, the Hawaiia
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