Can you be stationed in Hawaii in the Navy?

Hawaii is one of the few states that has at least one base from each branch of the military — Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, and Coast Guard are all represented throughout the state. No matter where you are in Hawaii, you’re never too far from a military base.

Can you get stationed in Hawaii in the Air Force?

Home to all five branches Of the 40,034 active duty military personnel stationed in Hawaii, 7,584 are Army; 8,138 are Navy; 8,055 are Marine Corps; 4,990 are Air Force, and 1,267 are Coast Guard. Don’t forget that Hawaii also has all five branches of the military.

Is there a Navy boot camp in Hawaii?

There is only one boot camp to turn women into Marines — Parris Island.

What island is the Navy base on in Hawaii?

Island of Oahu
Pearl Harbor is located 8 miles west of Honolulu, on the Island of Oahu. One of eight islands that make up the State of Hawaii. 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. Welcome to Naval Station Pearl Harbor.

Is there a military commissary on the Big island of Hawaii?

The Defense Commissary Agency operates a worldwide chain of commissaries providing groceries to military personnel, retirees and their families in a safe and secure shopping environment. The U.S. Army Garrison Hawaii commissary is located on Schofield Barracks.

Do you get to choose where you are stationed in the Navy?

Where you are stationed will typically determine the locations you will deploy. For instance, ships and submarines stationed in Norfolk, VA will deploy throughout the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, as well as around the Coast of Africa and into the Persian Gulf (depending on the regions with the most turmoil).

Was Pearl Harbor a naval base?

Pearl Harbor, naval base and headquarters of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, Honolulu county, southern Oahu Island, Hawaii, U.S. In U.S. history the name recalls the surprise Japanese air attack on December 7, 1941, that temporarily crippled the U.S. Fleet and resulted in the United States’ entry into World War II.

Where does Navy get stationed?

The vast majority of Navy deployments are at sea on Naval ships and submarines, though there are many deployments since 9-11 that allow for Navy personnel to deploy to various ports and bases around the world and in combat zones filling joint military billets.