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Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI | Featured Military Space-A Air Terminal of the Week

Hickam Air Force Base, JBPHH, Hawaii is a United States Air Force base located in Honolulu, Hawaii. The base is home of the 735th Air Mobility Squadron.

Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam Passenger Terminal is about four miles from the main base gate, passing the Hickam commissary. This terminal has frequent flights to Andersen Air Force Base in Guam, Kadena Air Base and Yokota Air Base in Japan*, and Travis Air Force Base in CA.

The Hickam AFB terminal hours of operation are 0400-2200 local time, doors will open one hour prior to roll call time during closure hours. The base is a secure facility, and all personnel and visitors must have a valid ID and clearance to enter the base. AAFES On-Site Vendors include a Coffee Shop, open 0600L-1300L Mon-Fri and a Restaurant open 0630L-1600L Mon-Fri.

Some of the nearby attractions and amenities include:

1. Pearl Harbor: The Hickam AFB terminal is located near Pearl Harbor, a historic site that commemorates the attack on the U.S. naval base in 1941.

2. USS Arizona Memorial: The Hickam AFB terminal is located near the USS Arizona Memorial, which honors the lives lost during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

3. Honolulu International Airport: The Hickam AFB terminal is located near Honolulu International Airport, which offers flights to destinations around the world.

4. Waikiki Beach: The Hickam AFB terminal is located near Waikiki Beach, one of the most famous beaches in the world.

5. Downtown Honolulu: The Hickam AFB terminal is located near downtown Honolulu, which offers a variety of restaurants, shops, and cultural attractions.

*Note: Overseas travel via Space-A is only for Active Duty and Retirees, and occasionally spouses in specific circumstances. Please see the DoDI 4515.13  for more information on Space-A eligibility, in table 3 on page 37.

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